Posts Tagged ‘Galaxy Note 4’

As you’ll likely have picked up on over the past few weeks, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus launched was somewhat blemished by reports that both handsets – particularly the larger of the two – were unduly prone to bending through normal use. Apple came out fighting, underlining its stringent stress test processes as well as pointing out that only a handful of users of the 10 million early adopters had complained, but despite the apparent mountain being made out of a mole hill, rivals were quick to pile on the misery. Not surprisingly, Samsung was at the forefront of the mockery, but with the Korean outfit about to roll out the Note 4, how does its phablet fare in a bend test carried out by the same group behind the viral iPhone 6 Plus clip?

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Having been announced way back in early September at the IFA expo in Berlin, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 is finally headed to market. A minor launch has already taken place in the company’s native Korea, with the small inventory having quickly sold out, but with the mass roll-out now just days away for many countries including the United States, the Tizen OS maker is once again on the campaign trail. As a precursor to the presumably large promotion push that Samsung will commence as it dips into its sizeable marketing budget, the company has released a drop test video, seeking to show prospective buyers that the device is as tough as it is feature-rich.

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Samsung is having something of a bad time right now. Having already announced three consecutive quarterly drop in profits, the South Korean firm has announced that it expects a decline in profit of almost 60% for the third quarter of 2014 after having already warned that the second half of the year would ‘remain a challenge.’

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We’ve already seen the iPhone 6 completely wipe the floor with Samsung’s Galaxy S5 in an unofficial speed test, and with the Galaxy Note 4 now in the process of rolling out to the masses, how does it compare to Apple’s latest and greatest in terms of the benchmarks?

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Samsung versus Apple is one of the most fiercely contested battles in the mobile industry, but while these two titans of tech regularly astonish us with their products, they’re both often inclined to take matters down to an infantile, school yard level. When Apple first launched the iPhone 6 early last month, the Korean outfit was one of a host of companies to baulk at its rival’s decision to implement features that it, along with others, had been peddling for years, and with the recent Bendgate scandal – such as it is – Sammy has once again attempted to laud over its arch nemesis.

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The roll out of the Galaxy Note 4 has been brought forward by Samsung in a somewhat hurried attempt to compete with the unforeseen popularity of Apple’s two new iPhones, but in its haste, the Korean outfit may have released some units with a quite significant design issue. As the Tizen maker’s Cupertino rival looks to recover from the Bendgate issue, it has emerged that some Note 4 users have discovered quite a large gap between the display and the outer frame – sizeable enough to fit a business card or a couple of sheets of paper – and given the asking price of the latest installment to the iconic phablet series, it’s not exactly the kind of build quality that said users would’ve expected.

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 was among the first major mobile announcements of this busy month, with the Korean outfit once again utilizing the IFA expo in Berlin, Germany to showcase its latest phablet. With a sharpened display, bumped processor and improved camera, it’s certainly a healthy upgrade on last year’s Note 3, and unsurprisingly, Sammy has been promoting it non-stop. In the latest, the Tizen maker has just rolled out a new ad, and with pre-orders now being taken in the United States, seeks to convince consumers that the Note 4 is the device to own.

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With all the excitement about Apple’s first 5.5-inch iPhone clouding everyone’s minds, it’s easy to forget that Samsung is already the king of the giant smartphone thanks to its Galaxy Note line of handsets.

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4, which was announced prior to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus earlier on this month, has still yet to make general release, but with ten million units of Apple’s new duo of devices sold over the first weekend alone, Sammy is now pulling out all the stops to ensure that its just-showcased handset reaches the end user as soon as possible.

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Apple’s announcement of the iPhone 6 Plus is not only significant in that it’s a great deal larger than any smartphone the company has created before, but it also drafts the Cupertino company into the realm of the “phablet.” A term derived from the combination of phone and tablet, these large handsets have taken the smartphone world by storm over the past few years, and while Samsung’s Galaxy Note was the originator of this niche market, it now shares this space with several rivaling vendors. Below, you can take a look at how the iPhone 6 Plus stands up – in terms of size and specs, both – against the also-new Galaxy Note 4, Nokia’s Lumia 1520 and LG’s mammoth G3.

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Samsung once again took to the stage at IFA to announce the latest addition to its famed Galaxy Note series earlier this week, and as we continue to digest the multitude of new features introduced with the Galaxy Note 4, the new lock screen and home screen wallpaper is already available to download. Seeing as they’re essentially just images, you can download and use them on any smartphone, and thanks to the incredibly high resolution of the device, you’ll be able to get away with it on most tablets as well.

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Samsung doesn’t like to be left out when it comes to emerging technologies, and as a part of its exhibition of new launches at IFA in Berlin, the Korean outfit has taken the wraps off the Gear VR headset. We already got a glimpse of the device a week or so ago, which somewhat spoiled the surprise, but nevertheless, Sammy is gunning for a bit of the market currently being pursued by companies ranging from Facebook to Sony, and below, we’ve got all of the info.

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