The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has apparently knocked the Apple iPhone 6 Plus off its perch as the best Phablet currently on the market. There are quite a few reviews of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and it appears that most people are loving the giant-screened smartphone, though there have been some things people have said about this new Samsung Galaxy Note which points out that there are still some flaws.
As the Christian Post points out, the biggest drawback to the new Samsung Galaxy Note is the price, which is weighing in at $840 if you don’t have the ability to upgrade your contract. ETradeSupply has actually come up with a rather comprehensive list of all the things that are wrong with Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4.
Some of the things are legitimate concerns, and others appear to be problems that are only going to be popping up rather rarely. Other issues that have popped up on other phones and not just on this new Phablet. Problems like the “dead pixel” and random restarts are problems people see with smartphones no matter who makes them.
Other issues seem to be focused specifically on Samsung’s new phone. Battery life is something that people have been complaining about when it comes to this company for quite a while now. The Galaxy Note 4 seems to also be having issues when it comes to the Bluetooth technology. Smaller issues have been and will likely continue to show their face the longer the big smartphone is on the market.
When it comes to things that have gone right with this Phablet, those factors are shining through. There is even some talk that this particular phone could lead to its parent company actually being able to turn itself around. The firm has been closing down shops at a somewhat regular rate, including a rather large headquarters in the heart of London.
Among the positives is an incredibly clear screen with a pixel density of 515ppi. The phone is powered by a 2.7 GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, and includes 3GB of built in RAM. The newest Phablet also has a focus on health. There is a heart rate monitor on the back of the device and the gadget even has a UV sensor that can tell you when you have been in the sun too long. These are just a couple of the reasons that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 might be the best Phablet on the market.