The Galaxy Note 4, priced at Rs 58,300, was unveiled at the IFA 2014 in Berlin. Samsung also introduced the Gear S which will be available at Rs 29,000 in India.

The Galaxy Note 4 has 5.7 inch display similar as in Note 3 launched in October last year. The screen display has moved to advanced version Quad HD from Full High Defintion. This will give better viewing experience in terms of contrast, density of colours etc.

In the new Note 4, Samsung has incorporated multi-function feature on same screen which will allow users to use function like chatting on same screen along with reading as it happens on computer.
The Note 4 has 16 megapixel rear-facing camera and a 3.7 megapixel front-facing camera that up to 120 degree wide angle shot.

Samsung representatives said that Note 4 has lower power consumption increased battery life by 7.5 per cent compared to previous model. The battery capacity in Note 4 is 3220 mAH compared to 3200 mAh in Note 3.

Samsung has introduced snap feature in S Pen which come with Note 4 for writing on phone. Snap feature allows to select a portion of image or text on screen and share it with desired person through email by simply pasting the selected image or text on email or another application that allows sharing of image or text.

The company unveiled new edition in Note series-- Galaxy Note Edge, which has a separate screen on the edge of phone equivalent to breadth of a pencil and runs parallel along with screen. This screen can display SMS or email text, alarm, time, etc as customised by user.

The Galaxy Note 4 will be available in Charcoal Black, Frost White, Bronze Gold, and Blossom Pink in global markets starting in October and the Galaxy Note Edge will be available in Charcoal Black and Frost White in select markets through Samsung’s retail channels, e-commerce and carriers later this year, Samsung representatives said.

Samsung announced partnership with Swarovski for mobile back covers and band for smartwatch.It also unveiled two models of stylus in partnership with premium pen maker Mont Blanc.

Meanwhile, Samsung’s Gear S runs the company’s own Tizen and is an IP67 certified wearable that offers dust and water resistance.

The smartwatch sports a 2-inch curved Super AMOLED display. This Bluetooth-enabled wearable also comes with improved multi-sensors and built-in GPS. It will also support the Gear apps along with Samsung features like S Voice, Find My Device and Power Saving Mode.

Samsung, which is the world's largest smartphone maker, is betting big on these launches as it faces tough competition from the US-based Apple.