Reports are now showing that the Samsung GALAXY Note 4 will be priced in the ultra premium price bracket of 795 Euros, that is approximately 62,000 INR in Indian monies. This is indeed a high price for an Android device, but it seems for now that only Samsung with its Note range (that it has built from scratch) is capable of demanding such a price.
The pricing has shown up on the websites of European mobile retailers for pre-booking. Infact Phones4u (UK) will even have a special gold version, which may also be a hit with Indian customers. Samsung may have clearly missed its targets this year with its GALAXY S5 flagship, but now it seems that the company is going to make up for the failed product with the recently launched GALAXY Note 4. While interest in the phablet was certainly positive (excluding the gimmicky GALAXY Note Edge) users and reviewers this time around certainly have very little to complain about.
This can be attributed to the fact that Samsung has finally given in to adding some premium quality materials to its flagship Note 4. Along with that shiny metal frame, it has even delivered on the display front with a gorgeous Super AMOLED Quad HD (1440 x 2560) display sporting a mind-blowing pixel density of 515 ppi. Again, the annoying TouchWiz UI is has also seen a couple of changes but still manages to stay prominent. But thanks to the new hardware, that no longer seems to be a bad thing.