Today, at Unpacked 2014, Samsung has unveiled the next Phone its Note Series of Phablets.
The Note 4 seems to revolve around three things: A Better Design, a Better S-Pen Experience, and some advanced Features not found on any other Phone.
The Note 4 has a luxurious Metal Design, unlike previous Note Phones which only had a Plastic Body and Chrome Edges.
It is also smaller than before.
It weighs 176gms and is 8.5mm Thin. The screen is a 5.7 InchQuad-HD One, at 2560×1440 Pixels.
It has a Quad-Core Snapdragon 805 Processor running at 2.7 Ghz along with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of Internal Storage, which is expandable to upto 64GB via MicroSD Card.
The S-Pen Sensitivity has been increased, so as to make you feel as if you are writing on real paper.
The Note 4 supports LTE Category 6, which makes the Note 4 the only Phone to support this Standard. This means the Note 4 supports the Fastest LTE Network among other Smartphones.
The UI too has been revamped for easier use. As Multiwindow was Hard to Find, they integrated it into the Recent Key. Multiwindow allows you to have two Apps running at one time, with resizable Windows. You can resize them using either the S-Pen or your Fingers.
Another variant of the Note 4, called the Note Edge was also announced. It basically has a curved end, which houses a curved Screen, for a new Experience. Otherwise, it is pretty much identical to the Note . We are excited to try out the Note Edge.