So the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has been revealed and there isn’t much to talk about the gadget due to a number of reasons. The biggest one being that it is too predictable. That isn’t a downside though, the phone still rocks owing to the fact that it retains all the best parts from Samsung’s most popular invention.
The Note 4 has the same screen size as Note 3; 5.7”, however, the Note 4 gives you about 78% more pixels and we are sure this would reflect greatly when you use it for extended periods of time. The Note 4 takes a lot from Note 3 and this includes the size, weight and finish as well. However, this model comes with fake stitching and the dimpled look from Galaxy S5 has been dumped and not used over here. Oh and it is not water-resistant so don’t go out in the rain while using it.
The only real difference that can be seen between note 3 and 4 is that the note 4 has a 2.7 GHZ CPU instead of a 2.3GHZ Processor. The camera has seen an improvement with the Optical Image Stabilization used and Samsung is boasting about its capability of taking great pictures even in low-lit areas. The phone comes with a panoramic selfie mode as well. The Note 4 charges very rapidly; in fact, when you’re making use of Samsung charger it can power up to 50% in about 30 minutes. Another great feature is the GS5 Ultra Power Saving Mode that can transform your 10% battery into 24 hours of uptime by limiting the number of apps that are being run.
The stylus is promised to be more responsive and more resembling to the lifelike brushing as compared to the older models. The Note 4 will be launched this October.