Samsung Galaxy Note 4
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is Samsung’s latest smartphone and their most recent high-end phone entry into the market. The Note 4 builds upon the previous ‘pedigree’ of the Note line of Samsung products with an enormous 5.7″ SuperAMOLED display that displays at a wonderful 2560 x 1440 resolution. This resolution is only comparable with the LG G3, however that phone has a smaller display and as a result will have a higher pixel density than the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. What the Note 4 does have on its competitors is the fact that it runs a Snapdragon 805 processor, which is faster than the 801 in all of the other smartphones. The primary point of difference between the Snapdragon 805 and the 801 is the upgrades that have been made to the GPU on the SoC, enabling better performance at higher resolutions so that devices that have 1440P or 4K displays do not seem to suffer from an overloaded GPU.
The Galaxy Note 4 also has a fantastic stylus that can be used almost like a pen, and with work has become one of the best stylus to touchscreen experiences to date. Writing on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is an absolute breeze, as is drawing on it. Samsung has also upgraded the body of the Note 4 to feature a metal frame to make the phone more sturdy and rigid. All of these premium features also drive up the price of the Note 4 to the highest of the bunch, but if you want the absolute pinnacle with the highest possible specifications you are going to want to look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or possibly even the Nexus 6, except that phone is even bigger with a 5.9″ screen.