Category: Galaxy Note 4
If you are on the fence about buying a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or the LG G4, let me shed a bit of light to help you decide. Without a doubt, both Galaxy Note 4 and LG G4 are the top 2 best phablets on the market today.
Whether you are thinking about getting a new 2015 flagship smartphone like the Galaxy S6 or maybe getting the 2014 LG G3 as prices have dropped in half, here’s some of my thoughts into the Android smartphones from 2014 and 2015.
While I was doing HighOnAndroid SOT Test with my Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9 the other day, I noticed something very interesting, that the brightness on the Galaxy S6 was nearly twice brighter than the HTC One M9 with both set to average brightness setting.
So, you want to know which phablet has the best screen-on-time out of the Galaxy Note 4, Nexus 6, and OnePlus One?
In this HighOnAndroid SOT Test, we test all the 2015 and 2014 flagship Samsung smartphones, the Galaxy S6 vs Galaxy S5 vs Galaxy Note 4 vs Galaxy Note 3.
For those of you who want to replace the screen on your Galaxy Note 4, there are actually several methods. The first one involves replacing your glass only but this is only possible if your touchscreen is still working. If you broke it pretty hard and your touchscreen does not work, you will have to replace the whole screen digitizer assembly.
Today we are going to talk about why the Galaxy Note 4 is the king of phablets, this is my full Note 4 review.First of all, what is a phablet?
If there was one single reason to get a Galaxy Note 4 this year, it’s definitely this, the next Oculus Rift made by Samsung called “Gear VR”.
At first I thought the wide-angle selfie mode on the Note 4 was going to be the coolest feature on the Note 4 front camera. Well, I can tell you that the Note 4 front camera really sucks in low-light and it’s not my favorite feature so far.
Did you know that the Galaxy Note 4 possesses a great deal of optical stabilization called “OIS” (Optical Image Stabilization)?
Does quad-HD screen affect performance?
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 comes with quad-HD screen, which has 2560×1440 pixel resolution, that’s almost double the amount of pixels versus a 1080P screen.