Samsung has finally taken the wraps off of its next big smartphone (pun intended), the Galaxy Note 4.
As expected, the Galaxy Note 4 should be the phablet to beat in the Android world for the next year to come. Sporting a stunning 5.7-inch 2560×1440 Quad HD display, the Note 4 boasts a 2.7 GHz quad-core or 1.9 GHz octa-core processor depending on region, 16-megapixel OIS camera, 3.7-megapixel front-facing camera, 32GB of expandable storage, 3GB of RAM, a 3200mAh fast charing battery and Android 4.4.
Of course the Galaxy Note 4 also comes with an enhanced S Pen which takes advantage of a ton of special software features made just for the Note (keep an eye out for another post with more on that).
Announced alongside the Galaxy Note 4 is a new addition to the Note family: the Galaxy Note Edge. The Galaxy Note Edge is almost identical to the Note 4 except for one important design change. The Note Edge features a 5.6-inch 2560×1440 with 160 Super AMOLED panel that wraps around the side of the Note Edge. That extra real estate is used for showing things like notification counts, so you can glance down at the side of your device and see what’s going on, and more.
Both devices have inherited the premium design philosophy of the Galaxy Alpha, with metal bands surrounding the edge of the Note 4 and Edge, and a soft touch battery cover found on the back.
Both The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge will be hitting carriers all over the world later this year.