Samsung Launches Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge

Despite of promising new versions of devices, Samsung is being asked a major question – Would they be able to bring another set of impressive products, which can redefine the ambit of smart phones? Samsung’s event of unveiling Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge has certainly brought a revolution in the mobile market the organization has proved that its vision has matured over time. And, now it is all set to give a tough competition to any other major mobile phone brand in the whole world. In this article, we will discuss about the features of these two devices, and here is what you can expect from them.

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Design

Note 4’s design architecture has been inherited by its predecessor, but it is packed with all new visuals that are known to capture the attention of its users. Its metal frame adds yet another sensation to its appearance, which is bonded with a 2.5D glass front. And, if we talk about its rear view, it has a beautifully designed faux leather rear cover, which is removable too. This device has been launched in three colors including blossom pink, charcoal black, bronze gold and frosted white, which can be chosen as per your style statement. In order to make notes, drawing pictures and screen navigation, you can make use of its S Pen stylus.

On the other hand, Samsung Note Edge has been launched as a first smart phone, which has a side view display. It means, it has a curved display on its right edge, which appears as a stripe, and displays the information such as notifications, time date, etc. This smart curved edge screen lets you quickly access your frequently used apps to quicken and simplify your mobile phone usage.

 Display and Camera

Galaxy Note 4 is known to be the top-most phablet, developed by Samsung, and comes with a wide and clear 5.7-inch AMOLED display. It is powered with QHD, 2,560×1,440 display panel. And, its pixel density is more than 500ppi, which makes it possible for you to see individual pixels even with the naked eyes. Its amalgamation of 16-megapixel rear and 3.7 MP front camera, coupled with LED flash, is built on optical image stabilization technology. It is known to deliver you with blur-free images even if your phone is shaking due to some reason.

If we talk about Samsung Note Edge, it has a 5.6-inch display, which enables you to view pictures/videos in 2560×1440+160p resolution. Its great combination of 16MP OIS and 3.7 MP front camera, can take your imaging experience to a new level of efficacy.

Moreover, its front-facing camera offers you with a default 90 degree shooting angle. And, it can be extended up to 120 degree wide angle to help you capture crystal clear pictures with your friends and family. This phone has an improved speaker as compared to its predecessor, and equipped with multiple microphones to let you talk even in loud environments. You can also make use of its voice recorder, which offers you with eight different voice tagging options to help you initiate group conversations.

Performance

Though Samsung has been always focused on the performance of its devices, but this time, it has taken yet another step to deliver the best to its users. The Indian version of the Note 4 comes with an octa-core processor of 1.9GHz wherein the international variant of this phone has a Snapdragon 805 processor. Both the processors have four cores to make your mobile experience one level up than ever before. It comes with Android 4.4 Kitkat operating system, and has 3GB of RAM along with an on-board storage of 32GB.

Conversely, Note Edge runs on the Snapdragon 805 chipset, and comes with Android 4.4 Kitkat OS too. Its processor of 2.7 GHz along with 3GB of RAM, is fair enough to perform multi-tasking. The processor is exclusively designed to improve the connectivity of the webpages, which makes them quickly load on the browser of your mobile phone.

Both of these mobile phones promise to deliver 7.5 % more battery life than the devices launched in the past. Other than exceptional features, their batteries are built on fast-charging mechanism, which can certainly grab your attention towards them.

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