Fred, 10 Aug 2016Phone gets real hot goes flat at 41 per cent only to start recharge from same level have to ch... morejust factory reset the device..it will solve the heating issue..mostly after the marshmallow update..doing a factory reset helps
Phone gets real hot goes flat at 41 per cent only to start recharge from same level have to charge three times per day been to samsung service dept only to be told to busy to see me even if I waited three hours next time I will stay with Apple very unhappy with service offered
My phone is getting swithed off when it comes to 50 present. Can you tell me what is the problem.it is one and a half year I brought the phone.
My note 4 edge hangs some times and the touch does not work with finger have to use its stylus or restart it
Please my samsung galaxy note edge is having a critical issue...and a black ink spot just appeared in front of my screen though little but I fear it will expand and cause terrible damage to my device.please assist. What is the possibility or otherwise restoring my phone?
why my galaxy note edge is keeping on CONTACT LIST IS BEING UPDATED. and my contacts on my phone book is gone. how could i restore my contacts. pls help.
i have a samsung galaxy note edge and when i make the update my contacts have gone. how can i retrieve my contacts? my samsung edge is just showing contacts updating and it never stop.
My Samsung galaxy note 4 was stolen, I have the imie number can it ever be retrieved or destroyed?
Amy, 02 Jun 2015I'm thinking of upgrading from Note 2 to Note Edge, too. Will it be worth it? To be honest, t... moreI think u should go for note4 all the features which are given are almost as committed by Samsung sp battery life awesome
sorv, 18 Jan 2015Guys.. tell me abt the battery life n is it worth buying edge or notIf you chare Note Edge normal way it take's around 8h (4h of gamenig,you tube,chetting) and 4h of inactive... so if you will use fone normal it can take full day.. but if you use fast charging it will take aroung 4h even if it's on standbay ... but i think it is very good phone.. and I enjoy using it :-)
P.S. sorry on my bad english...
cocomarie, 15 Nov 2014I upgraded fron yhe Note 2 to the Note Edge. I love it so far. Samsung thougt of everything. T... moreI'm thinking of upgrading from Note 2 to Note Edge, too. Will it be worth it?
To be honest, the damn Note 2 didn't stop running (and I don't think it will stop running in the next 6 months) so I don't have a good reason to have a new phone. And of course, my next phone will be another Note. But now the decision is Note 4, Note Edge, or wait for Note 5?
sorv, 18 Jan 2015Guys.. tell me abt the battery life n is it worth buying edge or notIs it worth buying? This is dependant on a few things, mostly your needs, which is impossible to 'guess'!
I would put myself in the 'power user' category. I now fire up the home computers noticably less often, a pattern of behaviour that begun years ago with a Dell Mini9 netbook. I love quiet computing (no fans). I wanted a tablet and, having used large phones or small phones with seperate organisers since the late 90's, this evolution of technology is fantastic.
I do miss physical keyboards (HTC touch pro 2, or even my much older psion 5mx), but larger phablets onscreen keyboards I find utilitarian. Sure they won't allow 50words per minute like the Dell mini9 netbook, but sms and even a reply like this one are do-able.
For me, putting the tablet and phone together is very handy. And I prefer the higher quality of this device over two cheaper devices to get the same functionality. For example: the screen is a masterpiece of colour accuracy, and even sunlight legibility.
the design breakthrough with this screen is its power efficiency (previously increased resolution led to hefty power draw increases).
Is it value for the edge screen variant?
Well, I think so. It appears samsung were waiting for gorilla glass 4 to make this unit tough enough. I am guessing here. We know gorilla glass 4 has been first used in the note 4. We know that the screen on the edge variant requires more power for equivalent brightness...
perhaps this is thicker premium gorilla glass 4 (the intention being maximum toughness), or perhaps this is older gorilla glass 3. It is hard to know as perhaps the oled being on a plastic backing rather than a glass sheet as it is on the Note 4 alters light t4ansmission/illumination.
Maybe the raised price is just a r&d (research and development) tax.
Whatever the reasons for the big price hike; it is well worthwhile for me. Just like we don't live without a taskbar on our desktop PCs; already I would hate to go back to a straight Note.
I do believe with future (and more mainstream) Samsungs using Edge screens - the number of useful apps will grow.
As it is, multiwindow in landscape mode, or just leaving the desktop for quicknotes and having much used apps in folders along the Edge... I wouldn't go back (to non Edge device).
The Note line is the best unit on the market for productivity (S-pen, and some declare the included office suite).
At the end of the day usage habits dictate functionaly benefits and price is evaluated based on disposable wealth and whether a carrier gives it at only a slight premium over the straight Note 4.
Vs my older smaller screen phones, I do worry more when my nine year old climbs up my body when this phone is in my pocket...
but then I prefer rugged phones I can throw on the floor at a café for when I hangout with friends... as most people put phones in cases this is, to a certain degree, a moot point.
I did put a kickbutt screen protector on this device, and sans additional casing, I actually find this unit tiny and pocketable.
most of the phones I have used for the last twenty years have weighed this much, so no issue there either.
Phablets allow ridiculously low SAR (radiation absorbed by the body), and epic battery life. Dropping a tiny fraction of battery life from the Note 4 is a non issue when the battery is already twice what I am used to having.
I certainly have not come close to running out of juice even with extreme usage habits.
Value is in the eye of the beholder? Consider your needs, and evaluate. Personally; everyday functionality vs a once off cost wins out for me. (A short while ago flagship business phones were 1/3 higher in price again- it is just a matter of perspective, yes?)