Samsung Hasn’t Done Better Than Galaxy Note 4
Ever since the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was terminated last year, the Galaxy Note 4 had rise up to become the most preferred device for phablet fans. Also, the Galaxy Note 5 wasn’t so great, in terms of performance.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 may be more than two-years-old now, but it looks like the demand for the phablet hasn’t stopped. Could it be that the Note 4 is the best of all Samsung devices?
Well, usually when a smartphone is in the midst of development, there are many features that would receive the ax. This is often due to budget or time constraints. But, the Note 4 was different as this device practically did everything.
The Note 4 came with the quickest processor, for that time, a stunning QHD display as well as an excellent camera. The manufacturer’s decision to mate the quad-core Snapdragon 805 with GHz with 3GB RAM made the Note 4 one of the most potent devices around.
Aside that, it had wireless and quick-charging functionality. It also came equipped with the fingerprint scanner, which is the current hype, and a heart-rate monitor.
All these are typically features that you would see on a premium Android device. On top of that, it also came with the S Pen, which is the stylus that takes the Galaxy Note Series way higher than a regular tablet.
The Note 4 appeared to be the last major Samsung device to come with expandable storage as well as a removable battery unit, which are a favorite among fans.
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As if that wasn’t enough to make it look like an amazing device, it appeared that the iPhone 6, which was launched about the same time as the Note 4, couldn’t compete with this Android device.
It’s pretty evident that Samsung had placed their best efforts into the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and as a result, here’s a device that has managed to win hearts even after these many years in the market. Ever since the Note 4, Samsung hasn’t managed to impress fans with its offerings.