With Samsung making the Galaxy Note 4 available for pre-order you are probably wondering if “the Note 4 worth the pre-order?” With so many features that the Note 4 has its hard to keep up with what makes the phone so great but you’re in luck as this video is going to give you all the information you need to know about the Galaxy Note 4 and its later to be release brother Galaxy Note Edge.
The Galaxy Note 4 is the latest edition to the Note series which carters more to power users and folks who want all they can get in a phone and don’t mind the bigger size. The Note 4 comes with a 5.7 inch Quad HD display, 16 Megapixel camera with OIS, quad-core processor (Snapdragon 805), 3 GB of ram and 32 GB of storage with micro SD card support. The signature S-Pen also accompanies the Note 4 with improved responsiveness.
Features from the Galaxy S5 (Review) also makes it way over to the Galaxy Note 4 with the fingerprint sensor, hear rate monitor and ultra power saving mode. The Note 4 runs Touch Wiz based n Android 4.4 kitkat with a much cleaner UI and less Samsung heavy apps installed although that could change once it reaches the carriers.
To sum it up Samsung gives you everything that you loved in the Note 3 and improved it in the Note 4. We will be the judge of that once we get our review units in hands but we can’t help but be just a bit more intrigued about the Note Edge where Samsung makes a drastic change.
Now the Note Edge is representing the future of where Samsung wants to go with the Note Series. They are the creators and kings of the phablet market and constantly trying to push the bar and introduce something new. The original Galaxy Note was at the time something new and different in the market and with the Note Edge they are looking to do the same thing again.
The Note Edge contains the same specs and features of the Note 4. The big differences are the smaller display at 5.6 inch and that the display runs all the way to the right side of the phone. The vertical right size of the display works independently from the rest of the display allow some cool features like a night clock, stock ticker, twitter feed, sports scores, app shortcuts, etc. There is an Edge UX development kit to allow software developers to take advantage of using the side display.
Right now I’m still in the middle about it. I’m excited that is a new design for a phone but at the same time I’m not sure how well edge display will work in real work usage. It was pretty cool to see it being use with the camera controls which gives you a bigger viewfinder and I found it easier to take panoramic photos during my demo of it. The Note Edge is a wait and see but a very exciting wait and see.
If you want some more information be sure to watch our video which have more info but we’ll be patiently waiting for our chance to review both the Note 4 and Note Edge to see if they live up to the hype.