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  #1137919 25-Sep-2014 23:59
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Will the Exynos have LTE?

 

Because previously the snapdragons had LTE but the Exynos's didnt.

 

Also snapdragon is much more supported in the rooting/custom rom community

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#1137944 26-Sep-2014 05:55
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So who will be lining up outside the store on release day !!!!

 
 
 
 


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  #1138006 26-Sep-2014 09:11

Yabanize: Will the Exynos have LTE? Because previously the snapdragons had LTE but the Exynos's didnt. Also snapdragon is much more supported in the rooting/custom rom community


Yes. Samsung has moved to an Intel baseband solution, so both the Note 4 and Galaxy Alpha have Exynos 5433 + LTE.

You don't think they'd release a 3G-only variant of the Note 4 to the NZ market at this point, surely? ;)




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  #1138079 26-Sep-2014 11:01
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kiwitrc: So who will be lining up outside the store on release day !!!!


Managed to score the Note 3 last year from Dick Smith at 20% off sale about 2 weeks after launch. Am hoping something similar happens this year. So gonna hold out a couple weeks.

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  #1138106 26-Sep-2014 11:18
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Same, I want a bargain.

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  #1138140 26-Sep-2014 12:05
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JayTaicho:
kiwitrc: So who will be lining up outside the store on release day !!!!


Managed to score the Note 3 last year from Dick Smith at 20% off sale about 2 weeks after launch. Am hoping something similar happens this year. So gonna hold out a couple weeks.


I was taking the iP1ss

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  #1138143 26-Sep-2014 12:10
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I was taking the iP1ss


Ah. Not enough sarcasm. Replace 'lining up' with 'camping out'.

 
 
 
 


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  #1143063 28-Sep-2014 18:44
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Saw this full page Note 4 ad in the NZ Herald yesterday.

Will be available in mid Oct :)


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  #1143207 28-Sep-2014 23:17
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Is there a more detailed image, or can you offer more specifics from the ad? I can't read it in your post and seeing as you said "mid" Oct and Australian release appears to be 29 Oct, you've peaked my desperate interest  :)

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  #1143214 28-Sep-2014 23:33
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Here's a higher res image: https://cdn.geekzone.co.nz/imagessubs/7f75439fb22758ccde44ffa8f7441938.jpg

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  #1143341 29-Sep-2014 10:45
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Thanks, I hope I'm wrong but that "mid October" statement just seems like stalling.

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  #1143593 29-Sep-2014 15:35
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I will be getting a Note 4, the reviews of that screen are just stunning.

Anyone want to buy a pre-loved i9506?




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  #1145143 1-Oct-2014 21:31
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Same. I'm in..plus, if the gap is big enough, I can slot 8 business cards (2 each side) in there too! That's a bargain!

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  #1145262 2-Oct-2014 06:39
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Looks like we get it here on 24th as per this map

http://www.androidauthority.com/note-4-map-image-532501/





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  #1145338 2-Oct-2014 09:13
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Yep..nice one.

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