Samsung once again has kept on its onslaught of providing top-end mobile phones. Validating its presence as a segment leader, the company recently launched of the much-awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 4, which definitely diminished the hype of its closest rival – Apple iPhone 6. In this post, we will look into the features in this new baby that the Korean electronics bigwig has brought out of their hat.
Samsung Note 4 has a polycarbonate body, which is given ample protection, being encased within a sturdy metal frame. The back of the Note 4 has been given a textured leather finish, which has really added to the beauty of the lady. Although the iPhone 6 – the only competitor on the horizon for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 – has also gone for a premium aluminium body, it seems that odds are evenly balanced as far the looks are concerned.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 runs the latest version of Android 4.4 KitKat, with a generous helping of proprietary functionality and built-in customizations. The phone comes complete with Samsung’s TouchWiz interface that provides an array of advanced features. Multi-Window feature, for instance, allows you to simultaneously run multiple apps. Other features include an advanced S-Pen, fitness & wellness apps, enhanced security, etc. Some features of the S5 have also made their way in the Note 4, such as fingerprint sensor and heart-rate monitor.
Fast, Lightning Fast
Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor (or an octa-core Exynos 5433 for some regions) with four Krait 450 cores clocked at 2.7GHz and an Adreno 420 GPU, the Note 4 is one powerhouse of a phone! Even the closest competitor – the iPhone 6 clocks 1.4GHz. The mighty Note 4 runs apps, social media, internet, video, heart rate monitor and everything else with exceptional seamlessness.
Samsung, with a tried and tested recipe for a great camera in the Galaxy S5, has done some garnishing to transform the dish into a delicacy. The 16-megapixel primary camera on the phablet has a fast, f/2.2 lens with a single LED flash. The entire unit is also optically stabilized with Smart OIS – a conventional stabilizing apparatus complemented by digital image stabilization software. Other attractions include extremely fast focus locks, shake free footage and impeccable picture quality even in low light.
Considering the features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, it would be safe to say the iPhone 6 and other rivals of this phablet have an extremely tough competitor to beat. As far as the response of the buyers are concerned, we’ll have to wait and watch how this phone makes its place in the increasingly competitive smartphone market.