The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was the star of the show at IFA 2014 in Berlin and here we take a closer look at the latest phablet offering from Samsung.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Design
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 features a new design with a textured back cover and high-end metal frame. The 5.7-inch display sits seamlessly within the new shell and the screen delivers impressive clarity as it is a Quad HD Super AMOLED for even better screen resolution.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Specifications
The large screen includes Enhanced Multi Window so you can run multiple apps in either full or split screen and you can adjust the size of the apps on the screen taking multitasking to a whole new level.
The S Pen is still on board and this latest version gives you even more features including the ability to select text easily and select text or images from various sources and put it together before sharing. Samsung has made the S Pen more sensitive and attuned more to natural handwriting.
Snap Note is a feature that lets you take a photo and you can add notes to it straight away, great for keeping track of ideas or important information.
The 16-megapixel camera includes Smart Optical Image Stabilisation for even better images even if you have shaky hands. Real-time HDR is on board for more vivid colours and enhanced brightness. The camera includes all the great features that have been included on the Galaxy S5 such as simultaneous HD video and image capture, Dual Shot and touch focus.
The front facing 3.7-megapixel camera has had an overhaul with a wider angle shot and improved aperture for better performance in low light conditions and there is a timer mode too.
The 2.7GHz Qualcomm processor is even faster the the powerful chip on the Samsung Galaxy S5 and there is 3GB RAM. The large battery delivers a great battery life to accommodate the large screen and with Ultra Power Saving Mode the Galaxy Note 4 can manage the battery life when needed.
4G is on board as well as Wi-Fi, NFC, GPS and the latest Android KitKat delivers plenty of Google apps. Samsung innovations such as S Voice and S Health are included so you can use the on board sensors to help you achieve your fitness goals.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is set for release very soon so if you are waiting for the next phablet from Samsung you won’t have to wait long to get your hands on it.
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Written by: Carmel Brown