5 Reasons why you Should Buy the Samsung Galaxy Note 4


The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is here and once again Samsung has proved that it is indeed the best phablet manufacturer. The Note 4 is expected to go for sale on 10th October throughout the world and if you are one of those who are in a dilemma whether to buy the Note 4 or not, here are a few reasons to consider whether the note 4 your next purchase or not.
So here’s why you should get the Note 4.


Depending on the region you reside in, the Note 4 will come in two different versions with different processors. The Korean version of the Note 4 will be powered by an Octa core processor whereas the rest of the world will be most probably getting a quad core version of the Note 4. The U.S. variant of the Galaxy Note 4 touts a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, which is clocked at 2.7GHz and it is one of the best in the business. The Octa core version of the Note 4 might be equally or more powerful but the performance can only be compared when benchmarks of the device come out in the public.
The Note 4 will only be available as a 32GB variant and the memory can be expanded further till 128GB via the expandable MicroSD card slot. Another interesting addition on the note 4 will be an Infrared sensor and making use of this you will be able to use the Note 4 as an remote control for any device that has an infrared sensor for remote control.
The Phablet will have a 16MP camera with Optical Image Stabilization, autofocus and a single LED flash. The camera can record 4K video ( 3840×2160 ) at 30 fps and 1080p HD video ( 1920×1080 ) at 60 fps. The Note 4 will be borrowing the fingerprint sensor from the Galaxy S5.


galaxy note 4 display
The first thing that you notice on the Note 4 will be its humongous 5.7 inch display. Well the display isn’t just for showing off how large your phone is. The display is Quad HD and has a resolution of 2650 *1440 pixels, which is the highest display resolution that you can get on a Android smartphone today. Many others manufacturers have also launched smartphones with a Quad HD display, but they can’t simply beat Samsung at what it is best at. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has got the best display on the market and the fact that it has a quad HD display makes it a icing on the cake. So hands down the Galaxy Note 4 has the best display out there.


With android becoming resource intensive, the key to your phone’s fluidity and responsiveness now depends on its RAM. Essentially it’s like the more the merrier and a higher RAM capacity ensures that your phone will offer a lag free experience and efficient multitasking. The Note 4 comes with is 3GB of RAM which ensures that your are less likely to experience performance lags and multitasking is going to be as smooth as butter.


samsung galaxy note 4 battery
No doubt that a humongous display will require a higher capacity power source and the Note 4 with its 3220 mAh battery makes it sure that the phablet has has enough juice to last over a day with regular usage pattern.


note 4 stylus
A major reason why the Note series sells like hotcakes are the innovative software features which are added on top of the android OS. These features when coupled with the stylus, turn the Note 4 into a powerful device with features that will help you to do more on the move. The Note 4 will be coming with Android 4.4 KitKat and as usual the touch-wiz UI and a host of other features such as S touch and air command.


Last but not the least, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is expected to be priced around $700 to $800. The price might be on the higher side, but with all the features the note 4 has to offer, there’s simply no replacement for the Note 4.
Well these were some of the most prominent feature on the Note 4 which you can consider for making the note 4 your next purchase. If you think that these features are what you are looking for, then the Note 4 should be your next purchase.

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