Samsung Galaxy Note Edge and Note 4 the most inovative phone on the earth.
Samsungs Galaxy Note launched in 2011, it was an innovative phone with a massive screen: 5.3 inches. Many thought it would be a niche product who would want a phone that big? Since then, flagship phones have grown and the Note has turned out to be a high-selling success.
More recently, annual updates have seen bigger screens until, today Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 4 with a whopping 5.7-inch display.
So is bigger really better? To be fair to Samsung, its always made sure the Note has a fast processor, plenty of operating memory and a high-resolution screen.
This one has a Quad HD display, so that even though this is a big phone it has a pixel per inch level thats over 500. In comparison, the iPhone Retina display is 330ppi and that doesnt look bad.
Having seen the new phone up close, its true it has a sparklingly rich, needle-sharp screen that is bright and vivid. Its on a par with the recent LG G3 display, though on the Samsung the ppi is a little lower. The glass is gently curved at the edge which makes it stronger and gives it a premium feel.
The Note 4 is certainly big but its not so huge that you cant use it, unless you have smaller hands in which case go for the Samsung Galaxy S5 mini. The design is similar to the Note 3, including a textured back which is unlike the perforated effect on the Galaxy S5.
Samsungs phones are sometimes criticised for being plasticky and though this doesnt have the high-end metal jacket of the iPhone 5s, it looks classier than last years model.
This much screen real estate means its easier to use the phone with multiple windows open at the same time in certain apps. And like previous Note phones it has a stylus, called the S Pen. A stylus was another reason the Note was predicted to appeal to just a few people. But Samsung found that by adding extra functionality the S Pen proved popular.
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