Samsung launched its flagship phone, the Galaxy Note 4, today at a starting price of Rs. 58,300 with an MRP of 61,500. Available for purchase a day before Diwali, releasing alongside the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, we can expect some fierce competition, not only from these phones, but also from the customers to get their hands on a piece before stocks run out.
The rear camera is a 16MP autofocus camera with smart OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) and a UV sensor, which makes it one of the best cameras out there on a phone. The front facing camera of 3.7MP is more than enough required for your chats. If that wasn’t enough, it also permits you to take wide-angle selfies. With an inbuilt 32GB and with an expandable memory upto 64GB, storage is not a problem. It has a newly included hall sensor and a barometer to boot.
The huge leap made by the Note 4 over its predecessors lies in its battery. Although the 3220mAh Lithium-ion battery maybe just a mere 20mAh higher than the Note 3, the magic lies in its charging cycle. Samsung has guaranteed that through Adaptive Fast Charging, the phone will charge from 0% to 50% in just 30 minutes! Unlike anything seen before, this battery technology has the potential to revolutionize the world of phones and phablets.