All The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Images And Specs Analysis You Could Dream Of Are Here – So Take A Look!

Ramish Zafar
Posted Sep 3, 2014
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It official folks. Samsung has officially launched the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. And it is everything we could expect. With the 5.7 Quad HD Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 the Note 4 is a beast indeed. Add the Snapdragon 805 or the Octa Core Exynos 5433 to the mix and we’re looking at a device that any tablet lover would give their right arm to have.

However, before you decide to go to such drastic measures to get the Galaxy Note 4, it would be wise to consider what the device has to offer. Both in terms of performance and pictures. We’ll get to the pictures soon enough, but first let’s revise what the Galaxy Note 4 has to offer.

The Snapdragon 805 and the Exynos 5433on the Galaxy Note 4 are supplemented by 4 GB RAM on the device. So now you won’t have to worry about keeping all those tabs open on browsers either. In addition, this boost in memory will do wonders for multitasking as well.

For all the camera lovers out there, camera resolution on the Galaxy Note 4 is 16 MP with Optical Image Stabilization for the rear camera. Front camera specs for the device are a resolution of 3.7 MP. The 16 MP rear snapper should be enough for everyone not interested in professional photography yet desiring a concrete camera performance.

Design wise it is nice to see Samsung use a smooth looking all aluminum frame for the Galaxy Note 4 as opposed to the all plastic devices that we’ve been seeing. Otherwise no significant changes have been made from the Note’s earlier design in terms of camera positioning and leather back cover. So take a look at all the Galaxy Note 4 pictures you could want, and let us know what you think in the comments section.

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