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Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Developer Edition smartphone now available

Besides launching its new products, Samsung has officially announced the existence of its special version of new flagship large smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Developer Edition. Like the old Galaxy Note 3 Developer Edition and Galaxy S5 Developer Edition, this phablet is designed for Verizon Wireless‘ network and available for purchase at cost $699.99. Customers interested in the handset can order one directly from Samsung’s online store. For that amount, the developer edition of the Note 4 has same price as the non-contract retail version of handset from the carrier. New Galaxy Note 4 DE is arriving in Charcoal black color only and no require a contract agreement.

 

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Reportedly, Developer Edition of the Verizon-branded Samsung Galaxy Note 4 phablet comes with an unlockable bootloader feature. So, that makes users easily to custom and toy around with the handset. It will also enable to install a custom ROM of the device based on your interest. The other high-end hardware specs have remained the identical same to the Verizon retail version. The only most difference is that, like most of Samsung’s non-carrier devices, it can be unlocked via a fastboot command. Meanwhile, Verizon Galaxy Note 4 Developer Edition is perfectly for ROM/root enthusiasts.

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As one of Samsung’s best handsets ever, the highlight features of Galaxy Note 4 are a 5.7-inch (1440 x 2560 pixels) Super AMOLED display with S Pen Stylus support. On the inside, this phablet is packed with a 2.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, and Android 4.4 KitKat software with TouchWiz UI. The operating system would be updated to Android 5.0 Lollipop in the future. Other noteworthy features 16-megapixel camera on the back, and 3GB of RAM.

Source: Product Page

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