The 100%-recyclable box contains the usual -- the 5.7-inch Note 4 itself, along with a USB cable, a charger, earphones (with extra tips of different sizes), spare S-Pen tips, and, of course, an extra battery. Keep in mind that, as has been the case up until now, depending on your region, the packaging may be different (for example, no spare battery).
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is now commercially available in South Korea, and a global roll-out is imminent. One of the highlights of the new Note 4 is a sturdier metal frame and a somewhat different faux leather back (no stitching this time around), along with the super-crisp, Quad HD (1440 x 2560) resolution Super AMOLED display. The phablet will be powered by either a Snapdragon 805 or an Exynos 5433 chip (depending on locale), along with 3GB of RAM. The 16-megapixel camera is also optically-stabilized -- a first with the Note line. The phone is expected to cost $299 on a 2-year contract with the major US carriers.
P.S. Earphones ON at the 10-second mark.