The industry’s most popular large screen smartphone is back again and better than ever, but will “better” be enough to call it your own? Today we’re getting into our full review of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 to find out if this phablet king can hold the throne. Check out the review video above for a closer look and be sure to leave a comment with your thoughts below…
Just prior to the Galaxy Note 4, we had the Galaxy Alpha. This was Samsung’s first attempt at a metal-framed smartphone and gave me an optimistic view on the future of its mobile devices. So as you can imagine, when the Galaxy Note 4 was announced, my optimism grew tenfold. Samsung is building things better, there’s no doubt about it. With that said, is the Note 4 still a worthy upgrade?
Galaxy Note 4 specifications:
The Galaxy Note 4 is shipping with top of the line specifications including a 5.7-inch QHD display with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 (515 ppi), a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor clocked at 2.7GHz (Exynos octa-core in some models), 3GB of RAM, an Adreno 420 GPU, and a 3,220 mAh battery.
Should you buy it?
There’s no denying that this is one of Samsung best smartphones to date. Of course, we expect innovation over iteration, but I believe that Samsung has hit the nail on the head with the Galaxy Note 4. Sure, there are little quirks and annoyances about it, but overall it’s a solid smartphone. The Galaxy Note 4 will provide you with most everything that was great about the Galaxy Note 3, but much needed improvements where it counts.
For a full comparison between the two, be sure to check out this “Ultimate Comparison” article. Nothing is perfect, but Samsung has done the right things in the right places with the Galaxy Note 4 and I think you’ll enjoy it. For a full written review, head over to 9to5Google.