AdamBoy64, 13 Oct 2014Yes, crazily expensive.
I'm guessing most will get it on contract, like the iPhone 6.I wouldn't say the GN4 is crazily expensive.
Here in Australia the 32GB GN4 is AU$859 (which will be under $800 in a few weeks)
The useless 16GB iphone6+ is AU$999, the more practical 64GB is $1129... that's crazily expensive in my books.
X, 12 Oct 2014You should laugh indeed:). An Adroid phone with 12 times the capacity of an iPhone 6(2x number... moreYou seem to forget that the Note 4 has to feed over two times more resolution every single time on the most beautiful screen on earth, yet it still beats the iPhone in basemark x benchmark and leave the iPhone in the dust in term of battery life, functionality, features, freedom, flexibility (not bendability, of course, iPhone takes that one:D) and awesomeness! :)
dextrlab, 12 Oct 2014Lets race in running same apps and pick your best android phone. iPhone can run apps faster th... moreOh wow....it can open apps a tiny bit faster because it can't do anything else.
Anonymous, 12 Oct 2014This is not a criticism on you personally but i'm really surprised that so many people hanging... moreThey didn't say it was.
The thing I cannot understand is why if anyone mentions numbers in anyway 100 people automatically jump in acting like numbers is all that person knows.
kamikazi, 12 Oct 2014super expensive :|Yes, crazily expensive.
I'm guessing most will get it on contract, like the iPhone 6.
Buddy ur iphone doesnt have a background. No desktop like thing where u wud move freely add widgets n do many stuffs. While ur ios stays in main menu like forever. open apps n close n stay at that screen. If you put the same chipset from note4 in apple ip6 then it will destroyed every competition. Its just dat it doesnt need dat much power to run that simple os. Bt when u ve lots of things to do. Lots of work going on together its makes ur fully powered device to work as needed. That said there are many more things that i can tell you that makes use of the powerful chipsets. Put those chipsets in iphone it will destroy even the same chipset in note4.
"Note that some users report that the Auto Brightness mode can push the brightness higher than the brightness slider would allow you to. We didn't observe this in our test lab."
More like "We didn't test this in our test lab," because they didn't know how to.
It's strange that they would categorize this as "some users report" when it's a well-known and publicized feature. This just simply shows that most tech writers and websites are incapable to conduct proper display measurements.
this is the best device till now much better than iphone6 accept the sound quality?what should i do to make it better pls suggest
[deleted post]Here's the cartoon in question:
www dailymotion com/video/x249r0i_057-tom-jerry-jerry-s-cousin-1951_fun
Add the dots in the spaces.
[deleted post]Lets race in running same apps and pick your best android phone. iPhone can run apps faster than android. Smoother gaming graphics since it can do much higher framerate than your android.
[deleted post]Oops I meant fanboy, it's this tiny iPhone 5 keyboard, I can't wait to upgrade to a proper phone on Friday when I get the SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 4.
filthyfiddler, 12 Oct 2014Yeah man I can't wait! Still reading all the lame comments on here from all the iFanboys is pa... moreYou should laugh indeed:). An Adroid phone with 12 times the capacity of an iPhone 6(2x number of cores, 2x CPU speed, 3x RAM) still gets pawned by the iPhone. It's funny like the Tom and Jerry cartoon when the musculous mouse beats the cr*p out of the thug cats. :)))
Thom Parslow, 12 Oct 2014You're welcome buddy! Only a few more days left to wait now.Yeah man I can't wait! Still reading all the lame comments on here from all the iFanboys is passing the time and making me chuckle, they get so angry! Hahahahaha
Thom Parslow, 12 Oct 2014Thing is its not just hardware that dictates benchmark scores, software counts too.
Like wha... moreThe iPhone's CPU has half the number if cores running at half the speed, with a third of the RAM. And it's still in front. It's not throtteling, it's architecture, software/hardware tight integration, smart caching, faster Flash memory. And the real life use shows anyway that there is no benchmark throttling on the iPhone. Maybe that's the case on the Note 4:
"Performance is buttery smooth aside from a half a second wait when you tap the recent apps button (but probably just nitpicking here - the same task on the Nexus 5 running stock Android takes exactly the same rime)."