Gullu Koli, 15 Dec 2014Hi - I'm going to use this in India (Though I plan to get the full price version from US via s... moreYes...Gullu, obviously it will support 4G in india...just you will have to be in 4G covered network area... like "Kolkata"
Hi - I'm going to use this in India (Though I plan to get the full price version from US via someone). My question is will it support 4G in India.
And anyone else see any other major issues of using this phone in India.
Man, 14 Nov 2014My i7-4970k with r9 290x easily blows ur sammy exnyosMy sli gtx 780 overclocked on my 4.8ghz 3930k blows yours...
Exynos Note 4 does 4200+ on Geekbench, 51k+ on Antutu and so forth. Has the strongest mobile GPU to date (perhaps laging behind tegra K1, but only on GPU, on CPU it blows it of the water), and all that before the 64bit Lollipop upgrade.
The exynos on Note 4 is 64 bit capable. IF samsung decides to update it to 64bit on lollipop it will be absurd!
Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A G906S has a 5.1 inch screen with QHD resolution which means it has 577ppi which is higher than the Motorola Droid Turbo's.
Another fail...Well obviously no one intends to crate a good pshone without (Or with minumum) compromises/ridiculous things so i hope at least project ara will be successful and we'll be able to make the phones they (All smartphone manufacturers) don't want to.
Bad batterylife considering the battery capacity. Few facts and figures.
Fact 1: Turbo display is very dim. Phone arena mentioned that it's only 247 nits. Compare this to Note 4, which is 468 nits. So, Turbo is about just half as bright as Note 4.
Fact 2: Note 4 much larger display. In terms of surface area, it's 20% more surface area for Note 4.
Fact 3: Much higher battery capacity for Turbo.
If you combine all these 3 above facts, Turbo should have much much better batterylife compared to Note 4.
Talk time - almost same (display doesn't play any role in talk time)
Browsing - Turbo marginally ahead, should do much better.
Video - Note 4 much ahead. Turbo should do much much better here. Disappointing result.
Conclusion: Check the 3 facts listed. The display is half as bright, less surface area, much more battery capacity. If you combine all these 3 points, the Turbo should be doing much better. If note 4 can do 17:25 hrs of video, Turbo should do more than 25hrs by linear calculation. In reality it does just half of that. Also note that they both use same SOC.
Moto can't optimize the battery life as good as Samsung/Sony/HTC.
Wouldve got it if it wasnt QHD. Unnecessary battery drain. They should focus more on sunlight legibility, color reproduction, response and angular visibility rather than just resolution.
No 60fps support at 1080p? Very disappointing for a smartphone camera in 2014 to be confined to 30fps video. Sure 4K support is nice, but for those of us that like to film fast-motion HD footage, 1080p at 60fps is a must.
ak, 11 Nov 2014It's design is a bit let down.Are u kidding? I love the design. You should hold one in your hand before giving a negative review
Great spec sheet, unique built materials; but poor distribution strategy across the world! When is moto re-entering back to African market?