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الاثنين، 12 يناير، 2015

Samsung's big just got a whole lot better

Some said it would never catch on, but here we are four years on from the original Galaxy Note phablet with the fourth generation device - the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
The Galaxy Note's big screen and S Pen stylus are certainly not for everyone. The Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Alpha offer a more mainstream smartphone setup - the Note 4 brings together big power, a big screen and big productivity.
If you're after a top-end smartphone which won't break the bank (or your palm, pocket or handbag) then you're probably in the wrong place.
At over £600, $800 (around AU$960) SIM free the Galaxy Note 4 was heart stopping expensive at launch.
A few months have passed now and the price of the Note 4 has dropped a bit, but you're still looking at upwards of £550, $700 (around AU$900) if you don't want to be tied down to a contract.
On contract in the UK a free handset will now see you shell out upwards of £33 per month for two years. It is a considerable investment.












The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is up against the likes of the Nexus 6Nokia
Lumia 1520Huawei Ascend Mate 7 and the steeply priced iPhone 6 Plus, with the latter the only one matching the Note 4 in terms of cost.
Unlike the previous three iterations Samsung hasn't deemed it necessary to increase the screen size of the Note 4, so it sticks with the same 5.7-inch dimensions of the Galaxy Note 3.
It's not the same screen though, as Samsung has given the Galaxy Note 4 a hefty resolution boost - but more on that on the next page.

When it comes to design Samsung has definitely listened about its latest line-up feeling plasticky in the hand and has decided to give the Note 4 more of a premium finish.
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