Samsung recently moved up the Galaxy Note 4’s Korean launch, and while that decision doesn’t appear to have affected those of us outside of Korea, we can still benefit from the move.
Samsung today posted an unboxing video of the Galaxy Note 4 to its official Samsung Tomorrow blog, giving us a peek at the metal-clad phablet and its new packaging. The video, which is in Korean but has English subtitles, shows off the Note 4’s 100 percent recyclable packaging, which the unboxed thinks so highly of that he decides to toss aside the wood-like packaging of the Note 3.
Once the Note 4 is out of the box, we’re given a tour of its hardware that includes looks at its metal edges, non-stitched backside and all of its ports. We’re then shown the rest of the contents of the Note 4’s box, which includes a USB cable, charger, headphones with extra tips, S Pen tips and a battery.
There’s nothing terribly surprising inside of the Galaxy Note 4’s box, but if you’re as gadget-obsessed as we are, then I’m sure you’ll appreciate getting another early look at the new Samsung phablet while we wait for the Note 4’s larger rollout. If you’d like to kill even more time, you can get a look at the actual Note 4 in action, you can check out our hands-on video down below.
Via Samsung Tomorrow