The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 seems like one of the best smartphones on the market at the moment, along with the iPhone 6, with its only minor fault being that it is too big for some customers and also due to the fact that it is on the more expensive side of the market, but that doesn’t seem to bother us.
The Galaxy Note 4, when it first came out, was priced just over £600, now a few months down the line and it still costs around £550, with contracts being around £33 per month, is it worth it? We’ll let you see for yourself.
The phone has a 5.7 inch screen – .2 inches larger than the iPhone 6. Although this might lean customers more towards the Apple side of the market, the 176g phone is shorter length wise, meaning its an easier handset to hold. If you’re already accustomed to larger phones then the Galaxy Note 4 would be perfect for you.
The removable plastic back has given the phone a more leather finish, making the phone look more premium. The plastic back also gives the user a better grip of the phone.
With a 16MP camera, LED flash and also a heart monitor – which is also featured on the Galaxy S5 – this technology is perfect for 21st century users. Behind the removable back there’s a microSD slot and a 3220 mAh battery.
The display has a 515 ppi pixel density, which is higher than most smartphones on the market – including the iPhone 6 Plus’s (401 ppi), Nokia Lumia 1520 (367 ppi) and Huawei Ascend Mate 7 (368 ppi) this means that the Note 4’s screen definitely gives it the advantage amongst the rest of the handsets.
The Galaxy Note 4 has Qualcomm’s latest processor, Snapdragon 805. Apart from the Snapdragon 810, which is only available on a very limited amount of phones at the time being, so yes, this phone has one of the best processors on the market, there’s nothing it can’t do, you can run as many apps on it and it will not slow down. The phone also contains 3GB of RAM and a 420 GPU.