This is the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. It features a monster 5.7 inch 2K resolution display, new aluminum frame, and an incredibly large battery. In this article we’ll be doing an unboxing, first impressions, and also going over what this enormous device has to offer. I’m also thinking of doing some speed test comparisons, gaming tests, and maybe some camera videos, so let me know your thoughts in the comments section.
As far as pricing and availability goes on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 it’ll run you an upwards of $299 on contact and $699 of contract so your definitely getting what you pay for. It includes 32GBs of internal storage but you can expand the micro sd card slot to 128GBs so if anyone is interested in purchasing one of those cards I’ll have it linked in the description.
Inside the box you can see you’ll get the Galaxy Note 4 itself, the owners manual, a charger and micro USB cable, a monster battery, and some extra tips to go along with the S Pen
Build quality wise the Note 4 really feels incredible. It’s design is actually completely identical to the Samsung Galaxy Alpha which I just recently reviewed. The main addition we have here is this nice aluminum frame which exponentially improves the feel of the device, but I did notice the leather back does feel much nicer.
As far as the display goes the screen is extremely vivid and it looks unbelievable. This is actually the first screen I’ve ever seen with 2k resolution and it’s absolutely mind blowing. It’s super bright with tons of contrast since it’s an amoled display and I’ll be going in more depth in the full review, so stay tuned for that.
Samsung has also made some big improvements with the software. The lag we saw on the Galaxy S5 and Note 3 are completely non existent, or at least I haven’t noticed any yet. And I’m sure the Snapdragon 805 processor and 3GBs of ram don’t hurt it as well.
I haven’t really spent much time with the camera yet but as soon as I finish up this video I’ll record a 4K video test and upload it so you’ll can check out the footage. I’m really pumped to test out this 16 megapixel camera since Samsung always seems to kill it with camera performance.
Anyway, I’m really looking forward to testing out this device. If you enjoyed this article be sure to leave a comment letting me know your thoughts on the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4.