Carrying further Samsung’s aim to offer bigger and better, Galaxy Note 4 comes with superb screen design, along with revamped multitasking, efficient battery life and many other notable features. Running originally on Android 4.4.4 Kitkat (that can be upgraded to Android 5.0.1 Lollypop), the smartphone is a slightly upgraded version of its predecessor Note 3.
The manufacturer decided to improve in terms of display quality, rather than screen size as both Note 3 and 4 flaunt 5.7 inch displays. Extremely vibrant colours and crisp picture quality are the latter’s winning aspects that play a major role in attracting the buyers. Another plus point is the 16 MP camera (Note 3 had one with 13 MP resolution) which is quick at clicking shots and also comes with optical image stabilization.
S Pen is indeed a distinguishing feature that only the high-end Samsung devices offer. Galaxy Note 4 pays great focus on it, as its S Pen comes with double the sensitivity, allowing note-taking and browsing much more easier. In addition, the two brand new options, fountain and highlighter, makes the pen all more usable.
Another much talked-about highlight of Samsung galaxy Note 4 is its improved battery performance. First, it takes only 30 minutes to charge 50% of the battery. Exciting, isn’t it? Secondly, the device borrows from another high-end smartphone S5 the fabulous power-saving technology. So, more uninterrupted usage is what you can expect.
What more? Enhanced multitasking to use simple gestures for using multiple windows on the single screen; photo notes with instant analog to digital conversion, smarter way to select, save and share content and much more. Many small but relevant things put together constitute a great performer.
When it comes to looks, Note 4 with its all-metal body (and a removable back) and premium finish is gorgeous. From different perspectives, the phone is worth buying and flaunting to hint out your amazing tastes.