Note 4 is the clear winner in terms of usage and specifications.
Apple though has a better brand perception.
The iPhone 6 plus is a half baked "pallet." it's just bigger and look really awkward with big top and bottom benzel. The smaller iphone 6 is more worth buying. If you want big phone then Note 4 all the way. However, the iPhone crush Android phones in the apps. Iphone has more good apps.
Note 4 is a beast that can crash even the coming iPhone 7.8.and 9 indeed I love my note 4
The result is final: the Galaxy Note 4 is the clear winner. It IS the king of phablets and no matter who comes, they will never be able to defeat Samsung in the flagship phablet category.
Note4 is best . But I wait for note 5 .note5 come with 6inch display 4000mph battery 21pix camera rear and front 8 with flash more sensor with waterproof dual s pen
Hello why you don't compare iphone6 with note 4 octa( Exynos7) there is a whole different between them it is 30% faster .that must not to be so hard
Samsung super AMOLED DISPLAY > Sony bravia engine colours with triluminos display > (apple's old ips display = $100 dollars phone's display )
Wow u all really need to get a life, just saying android is the ultimate fraud doesnt make it the ultimate fraud, u see.... iphone is bad in every way... battery life.... specs..... storage... and android is better in many ways than "icrap" phones so i think that phrase should be altered to "iphone steals your money for fake 64 bit ancient mobile design phones" You really need some life man get out of ios and try android, u will not regret it, or stay ith ur icrap phone until u realise..... ;)
AnonD-245431, 05 Jan 2015It's funny, and hopefully this lands in the right spot, as a comment 'back' to the gentleman a... moreYou need to try the Gear VR so you may understand the true use of the Quad HD Super Amoled display. It would be such an experience that you will forget about all that you think matter on the iPhone.
Besides, there are things that the Note 4 can do that's just irreplaceable. Things like the new pop up multitasking and hover over a video's timeline to preview the exact scene you want to watch or hover to preview folders contents and other S-pen specialties.
AnonD-345545, 27 Dec 2014This most fabulous iPhone has made me switch over from Android to Apple. Even the most powerf... moreObviously a troll comment, so please people stop responding as if he were even 1% serious and not joking.
I've been an android user since HTC Evo came out.but I tell u this the iPhone 6 is still 3 years behind. And I wanted to upgrade to the the iPhone. But I'm not going back in time.it's still the same platform the same thing year after year. Apple says it's here for the people.but there not listening.what the people want.or they just don't care what the people want.
Hey guys iam sorry but please some one tell me which one i should buy because iam confused so please tell me which one is better,note 4 ,or iphone 6s
Apple never make phones but it just make bark or cover. Other valuable parts are bought from Toshiba , Samsung , lg, sony , qualcom , Tscc etc and assemble them in Beijing. How apple can innovate ? Its innovation is just software modifications. That's why apple use like middle end android phones parts such as screens, cpu , camera etc. New iphone has outer camera lens bump to illute people thin body but it seems like small island in flat smooth ocean.
Anonymous, 30 Dec 2014There will become a day that an android release of lollipop will come and have such a smoothn... moreAndroid = Laggy mobile OS.
Android 5.0 (Lollipop) has a memory leak bug and fix is on the way.. Still it is not so smoothness and not satisfactory one.
Waiting for fixes
It's funny, and hopefully this lands in the right spot, as a comment 'back' to the gentleman about the iPhone dropping to the N4 in battery run down testing, as well as several others. The numbers in several tests and benchmarks are contrary to what other 'reviewers' have found. From class acts; Anand, DisplayMate and ARS... To running the benchmarks I was able to last evening on each device.
I own both the N4 (started with the first Note, couldn't get out quick enough and when the contract ended, all intentions were to drop and run. Then I used the N3. Complete 180°! Totally different phone, speed, resolution ...unreal. But the N4 for my aging eyes is a God send for my aging eyes with its resolution increase. As is the 6+, strictly my personal line. The Note(s) --- my wife and I both have specifically to run our business
The results on GB3 show a lower than average multi core score, no single core which typically is how a phone utilizes cores. And the iPhone 6 & 6+ damn near double the N4 in single core performance. The other is exactly what I'm responding to, the comment about the Note's 'better' battery/efficiency tests.
A) again, ALL other reviews I've read have the iPhone, calibrated @ 200nits...the N4 the same ...ruling top the roost! While a slight gain was absolutely exemplary engineering from the Note 3 with the resolution and core clock speed increases ....but
B) I don't need benchmarks when I own and have for 90 days a pair of each ...the 6+.s and Note 4s. They're both phenomenal but in ALL cases, heavy gaming or video encoding, manipulation to regular email, Facebook and surfing---we are both blown away by how appreciable the battery life is on both....especially the iPhone. The 6+ is outstanding in its CPU performance metrics. From Google Octane to WebXPRT, SunSpider to Kraken, Basemark overall and B/M OSII 'System' & 'memory', falling ONLY short on BM/OS2'/ Memory & overall graphics (caveat next line 'real world GPU perfomance).
A link to measurements performed on the CPU side of the SoC ( another caveat, mobile benchmarking is quite a joke right now but we have what we have. )
On the GPU, Imagine Tech's solution on the A8 wins in 3D MK 1.2 unlimited graphics battle by about the same percentage the Adreno"s 420 beats the IT by in 3DMk2 physics. That said, in "real world usage' IE, instensive 3D 'console type' gaming shows a significantly different story when it comes to (a significantly more reliable and better benching system vs. CPU driven software) FPS both on and off screen.
Using BaseMark 1.1, other than 'offscreen' performance in Dunes (N4 bests the 6+ by 20%), 'onscreen' Dunes HQ goes to the iPhone 6+ by over 200%!! Note 4, just about able to squeak 15fps. The iPhone 6+, a shy over 47
Same can be said for Hangar, onscreen graphics perform identically. 15-->47
GFXBench 3.0 Manhattan, same story. The A8 sits alone atop the heap in and off screen. On screen the iPhone trounces the '4' with the '6' able to hit 26fps, while the 6+ Almost hits 19. The Note 3-->4 went from 10.8 to 11fps. Obviously (the increase in) resolution helps drain the GPU's power and assets quicker than the lower rez 1080p iPhone dispaly.
GFXBench 3.0 TRex HD onscreen 6+ = 41fps, the six itself. Almost 50 and the Note 4 is just over ½ that onscreen performance at about 27fps. Offscreen while the 6+ still leads, it's a closer 40fps on the Note, 45 on the 6.
While i love my Note and it's expansion capabilities, it's abilities are shrinking with each iteration and Android update. Unfortunately what I was able to store on my SD card on the Note 1 has been cut significantly on 4.4. And with a single, 32GB model...usable maybe 20GB before you're considering what to get rid of....the iPhone offers 16, 64 and 128 of incredibly quick NAND, especially the larger read and writes. (256Kb). Where as the Note 4 excels with smaller, more random (4k) R/Ws. Both are fast as hell though ...the 6+ achieving near parity with first generation SSD speeds with this batch of iPhones. Again, some more information on these 'tests' that again, just don't add up!
Hopefully linking is okay, as this is my first gsm post. My apologies to the mods if not. But why the discrepancies in measurements? While the SoC numbers seem off, the display seem significantly better as far as accuracy. 400nits is what we're mearsuring as well, Anand recently wrote an excellent article on the differences between IPS & AMOLED, it's quick advancement and possibility of achieving parity with LCD/LED displays soon, if not already in some subjective opinions