Earlier this year at IFA Berlin Samsung showcased the all new Galaxy Note 4 Smartphone. The Smartphone from Samsung is touted to be the successor to the popular Galaxy Note 3. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is a powerful and sleek 5.7-inch Smartphone.Galaxy Note 4 price in India is Rs. 61,600 while Galaxy Gear S price is Rs. 29,500.
The Galaxy Note Series by Samsung already owns a hefty market share in the large screen phone segment.
Take A Look At Key Specifications of Galaxy Note 4.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has a great 5.7-inch AMOLED QHD display that supports multi-touch and has a superior resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels (2K resolution). Interestingly, the pixel density of the Note 4 is a massive 515 ppi, allowing a very detailed video output. The screen size of this phone remains same like the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. This time around Samsung has laid emphasis on enhancing the quality of the screen and overall viewing experience. The screen features a scratch resistant Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and Samsung’s innovative adaptive display for optimum viewing angles even in sunlight.
Design & Build Quality
The look, feel and finish of the Galaxy Note 4 is premium and classy. Samsung has taken key points from user feedback and given the Note 4 a metallic body unlike the plastic finish of other Samsung phones. The phone looks stunning and is incredibly sleek at a thickness of only 8.5mm.
The Galaxy Note 4’s design is mark of improvement from other phones from the Samsung bandwagon. The finish is premium with a metallic body and sleek thickness of merely 8.5mm. The Galaxy Note 4 is a definite show stopper. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be sold in 4 colour options Black (Charcoal), White (Frosted), Pink (Blossom) and Bronze Gold.
Processing & Memory
The Galaxy Note 4 will run Android v4.4 KitKat OS out of the box. Under the hood it incorporates a snappy 2.7GHz quad-core or 1.9GHz quad-core Exynos processor (depending on the market) and a powerful 3GB RAM. The phone will be sold in two variants with 64GB and 32GB internal storage capacity. Samsung has also made provisions for microSD slot that can be expanded up to 128 GB.
The Samsung Galaxy 4 features a 16-megapixel autofocus camera with optical image stabilization, LED flash and photo resolution of 3456 x 4608 pixels. The camera section has feature rich applications, HDR, Selective Focus, touch focus, and face/smile detection to name a few. Samsung has optimized the selfie taking prowess of the camera. The front snapper is 3.7-megapixels with f1.9 aperture and a wide angle of 90 degrees for better group selfies. Apart from this it also has a selfie panorama mode and allows easier clicking with the use of the heartrate monitor sensor as trigger.
Battery Life and Connectivity
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is powered by a thunderous 3,220mAh li-ion battery. The phone claims to charge up to 50% in under 30 minutes thanks to Samsung’s innovative “fast-charging” technology. Samsung has really committed itself to improving the battery life of its smartphones. The Galaxy Note 4 this smartphone has a many connectivity options such as 4G LTE, NFC, IR Blaster, USB Host, USB OTG (On-the-go), TV-out (via MHL A/V link) to name a few.
Improved S Pen
The Galaxy Note 4 features an improved S Pen. The user experience of S Pen has been enriched by Samsung. The S Pen is more intuitive than before and seamlessly integrates with phone. The S Pen no longer feels like a spare accessory but an integral part of the phone. The S Pen is capable of interacting with all features and aspect of the Galaxy Note 4. It has improved pen options, Snap mode, Smart Select mode, and ergonomic toggling experience.
This phone features a heart-rate sensor/monitor, proximity sensor, compass, barometer for immersive user experience. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is due to release on October 17 in India. Samsung is aiming to get a strong foothold in the upcoming festive season of Diwali. The Korean electronics giant is preparing to take on Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and maintain its mammoth share in the segment with Galaxy Note 4.
Interestingly, this coincides with iPhone 6 launch in India!
[Guest article written by Suraj Singh]