It looks like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is set to debut in Malaysia after passing through Malaysia’s FCC equivalent, SIRIM. The device looks to be debuting with one of the big telcos in Malaysia, DiGi Telecommunications.
DiGi has uploaded a Registry of Interest (Malaysia’s equivalent of Pre-Orders) portal on their main webpage. The registry of interest points to the Galaxy Note 4 launching in three flavours: Charcoal Black, Frosted White and Bronze Gold. There is no indication of the price however if previous iterations of Samsung’s Note line of devices are any indication, we can expect prices circa RM 1,800 (USD$ 545) on a 2 year contract, if not cheaper and if retail prices are at RM 2399 (USD$ 730).
The Galaxy Note 4 is launching, in Malaysia, with Samsung’s own 8 core Exynos Octa 5433 processor clocked at 1.9 GHz. The device will be coming with a metal frame and will carry forward the Note 3’s faux leather design and also maintains its predecessor’s screen size of 5.7-inches. It will also be coming with a 16-MegaPixel camera with a 3.7-MegaPixel front facing camera. The device should come with 32GB storage which will be expandable by 64GB via microSD card. The Galaxy Note 4 will also come with a fingerprint sensor and a heart rate sensor first seen in the Galaxy S5.