Samsung is out with the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4, its phablet division of flagship phone in the Indian Sub-continent Market. This time they have done something quite new with making it more premium than its predecessor and the lower range flagship like the Samsung Galaxy S5.
The Galaxy Note 4 will be sporting a Snapdragon 805 processor and a Quad HD display bringing in a new tech to its new flagship smartphone making it premium from the rest. It also come with the new metallic rim discarding the old plastic and the feel has gone better than ever before and actually makes it look premium, make it sturdy and strong feel.
The Camera comes with 16 Megapixel with Optical Image Stabilization which will bring out the best of the camera in Samsung. Video recording will be possible at 4K, 2160p at 60 frames per second. For the front camera, Samsung will be using 3.7 megapixel camera with aperture of f/1.9 that will make 120o wide selfies possible.
- 5.7-inch Super AMOLED, 2560×1440 pixels display
- Metal frame and fluid design
- 16-megapixels rear facing camera
- Fast charging (50% in 30 minutes)
- Enhanced S-Pen
- 2.7 GHz quad-core processor
- 32GB memory
- 3220 mAh battery
The new Quad HD display is a new technology which gives Galaxy Note a smooth touch screen with a very vivid display with amazing colors on the 5.7 inches screen at 1440×2560 pixels (~515 PPI). Itâ€™s something never seen on a mobile device. It will also come with an S-Pen which will be able to make the use of these smartphone easier and bring out its unseen potentials. For security, it will also have a fingerprint sensor as seen on Galaxy S5.
The mobile will also have 3.5 mm Jack for connecting normal music speakers, Infrared Blaster to control TV and other remote controlled devices which uses infrared. It will also have a Bluetooth 4.1, Wifi 802.11 a/b/g/n, and NFC (Near field communicator) for connectivity.
It has a 32 GB internal storage, 3 GB RAM and a Micro SD card slot making it expandable to 128 GB.
This seems like a strong smartphone of its category and Samsung has priced it competitive to the iPhone 6 Plus and looks like the Korean Smartphone makers will be giving a hard time to its Cupertino based counterparts.
By : Sukrit Pant