Top ten predictions for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4
The Galaxy Note 4, successor to the Note 3 which was the bestselling phone from Samsung’s stable, is around the corner. Note 3 was a benchmark on which most of the future premium devices were designed, like the Galaxy Tab pro.
So here we give you a roundup of all the things we know about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
- The phone is supposedly going to have an even bigger screen than the 5.7 inch behemoth the Note 3 had. The rumored 5.9 inch giant will have a WQHD display like the LG G3. Guess Samsung is taking cues from the internet memes. Though carrying around the device will be a pain but the images will look incredible on a 5.9 inch display.
- Features like Dust and water resistance might be added to the Note 4 too.
- LTE will be a default feature out of the box. It can be put into use immediately where Airtel 4G LTE is launched. Kolkata, Bengaluru, Pune, Chandigarh, Mohali, Panchkula, Ludhiana & Jalandhar are now LTE enabled.
- Samsung will again give a differential treatment in terms of processors: Snapdragon 801 for the American markets and Exynos for markets like India.
- Samsung might go higher than the 3 GB RAM on the Note 3 but currently there is no need to go higher. It will definitely compliment the 2K WQHD display.
- Like the Galaxy Note 3, S5 and the Xperia Z2, this phone might also have 4K recording. There is though not a lot of use for this feature as it gobbles up storage space and is really tough to edit. HD will still be the choice for video use for some considerable time.
- To get all the above extremely resource intensive features to work for a considerable duration a massive 3500/3600 MaH battery must power the device.
- The S-Pen functionalities on Note 4 are seriously under wraps and we will have to wait for more on that.
- Storage is a major area of interest and Samsung will probably give 32 and 64 GB options with expandable upto 128GB, which is aptly needed.
- Price might be around Rs. 52000 – 55000 when it releases in the Indian markets.
Overall the Note 4 might just take help Samsung reclaim its edge in the Android market. What it really needs to do is upgrade the user interface because of the serious monotony that has set across the Samsung platforms.