Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review, benchmarks included

Newest member of the Galaxy Note family is the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, which includes device that combines features of smartphones and tablets. The Note 4 offer has a screen with an impressive resolution – 2560 x 1440 pixels, highly efficient Snapdragon 801 processor and at least 3 GB of RAM. Also comes included withe a stylus, and its already well-known predecessor UHD video recording function with (4K).
Pros

powerful CPU and graphics; long battery life; very good quality photos and videos Ultra HD; Optical stabilization effect; excellent display quality; wide viewing angles; built-in fingerprint reader; built-in sensor heartbeat; TV remote control function (built-in transmitter); feather very functional; useful mode of very low energy consumption; TV output (MHL); 2048 levels of pen pressure; metal frame; back housing resistant to typical scratch; UV sensor; oxygen saturation sensor; oleophobic coating good; bright display; Good readability of the display on a sunny day; rapid battery charging function.
Cons

design is not waterproof; the lack of a micro USB 3.0 port (which is 2.0); not so good HDR mode (reduces picture quality).

Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Key features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4

  • Weight: 176 g
  • Operating System: Android 4.4
  • Display resolution: 2560×1440 px
  • The main processor number of cores: quad
  • Storage: 32 GB
  • Display (diagonal): 5.7 inch / inch

How does the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 compare with other smartphones ? Lets look at some benchmarks.

 

3D Mark Unlimited:

The Galaxy Note 4 tops all here.

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GFXBench T-Rex:

The Apple iPhone 6 shows its superior GPU and CPU.

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Battery life when talking on the phone, in minutes

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