Samsung have officially unveiled the latest addition and great addition to the Galaxy Note range, which comes with a more premium build and a cutting-edge specification that make the Galaxy Note 4 one of the most desirable mobile devices in the world today. Read on to find out all about Samsung's new phablet.
The display is one of the real highlights of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with it's spacious 5.7-inch display running at a QHD resolution. That means a resolution of 2560 * 1440 pixels making it 4 times as sharp as a full HD 1080p display and delivering a pixels-per-inch rating of 432.
Samsung's clever AMOLED display also feature adaptive display technology ensuring that the display reacts to lighting conditions to be perfectly readable in high-light environments and to avoid eye-strain when it's dark.
The Galaxy Note 4 looks more premium than ever adopting a similar design to the Samsung Galaxy Alpha meaning it has a metallic frame. While, the Korean company has also smartened up the faux-leather rear cover which provides extra grip and added a couple of appealing new shades (Copper Brown and Blossom Pink).
It's just 8.5mm thick and weighs just 176g which isn't too shabby for a device with a 5.7-inch display and so much cutting-edge tech packed inside.
Make no mistakes the Galaxy Note 4 is a beast when it comes to performance thanks to a 2.7Ghz quad-core Snapdragon processor and a whopping 3GB of RAM. While, graphics performance is also superb thanks to 330GPU which will provide snappy performance around the Android operating system and amazing gaming performance.
Every major mobile released these days needs a good camera and the Note 4 doesn't disappoint. It combines a rear-facing 16 mega-pixel snapper that features optical-image-stabilisation and an LED flash with a front-facing 3.7 mega-pixel camera capable of recording full HD 1080p video.
What makes the Galaxy Note 4 standout from the crowd is its S-Pen stylus and the full suite of applications that have been designed specifically to take advantage of the unique interface. This time around it's more sensitive than ever so it's easier than ever to control.
Samsung have also packed in a host of extra features include a UV sensor to alert you when you've been in the sunlight for too long, along with a fingerprint sensor and a heart rate sensor.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be available to buy in October, although a precise release date and price are yet to be confirmed. However, a device with such a high specification and premium build won't come cheap and you can expect a price of at least £550.
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