AnonD-563069, 16 Aug 2016I think he was exaggerating, however, 6gb wouldn't be a luxury considering that Touchwiz is a... morePpl like you should be shipped to Pluto asap! Never content, never satisfied and always have something negative to say. After major overhaul of Touchwiz with positive feedbacks from users using the newest Galaxy line you have tiny balls to say that Touchwiz is unstable. BTW is GraceUX now not Touchwiz. Maybe purchasing the Galaxy note5 or note7 might help in cooling down your negativity or don't buy from Samsung ever again. And you should be in the Note 4 section complaining not here.
AnonD-552441, 15 Aug 2016what for? Trying to find common ground with the other users who complain that 4GB RAM is not enough. 3GB is quite adequate while using mobile applications. TouchWiz itself is RAM hungry, so user actually will get approximately 3GB usable RAM.
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AnonD-552441, 15 Aug 2016what for? I think he was exaggerating, however, 6gb wouldn't be a luxury considering that Touchwiz is a memory hog and Samsung isn't particularly good at ram managing. Simply put, a phone with the same specs running default android OS would outperform the Samsung managed phone. An extra 2 G's of ram, like the Chinese version is getting, would compensate for that weakness.
Bare in mind, when you see benchmarks online, they are done on test phones with little clutter, cache cleared, all memory freed by app cleaners. The poor ram management becomes more apparent after 3-4 days of normal use and with all the clutter we add (widgets, apps ect..)
Last point, i feel like 6gb would be a little bit more future proof. I am on the market for a new phone now so my next one will most likely be in 2019, Since my Note 4 had 3gb and is somewhat suffering at the moment, i expect my 2016 1000$ phone to have more than 4...
dont buy at&t it suck...
just like my n910a note4 get no update for marshmallow...
almost all note4 series already get for it...
AnonD-448401, 07 Aug 2016come on dude exynos has 8 cores while sd 820 has only 4 so its obvious here that who is gonna ... moreYeah but considering the low(er) clocks of the SD820 it's actually surprisingly close to the Multi-core scores of the 8890. But yeah, ur right too. :-D
AnonD-569198, 15 Aug 2016Oh what the heck. To keep some of you happy maybe it should have 16GB RAM, 1 terabyte of stora... moreI would have preferred 6 GB of RAM and the 821 Chip. I think Samsung may have a rude awakening soon, when the cheap Chinese manufacturers really start hitting the Western Markets
Oh what the heck. To keep some of you happy maybe it should have 16GB RAM, 1 terabyte of storage, a 6000ma battery, a 4K display, 30mp camera, have 4mm thickness, weigh 120g, go two weeks on a single charge and cost 100 dollars. Geeze.
Its RAM should be 6GB, battery should be 4000-4500mAh and camera should be 16-20MP.
AnonD-205659, 14 Aug 2016i was really hoping for 12gb of ram.what for?
Anonymous, 11 Aug 2016Battery not upto the specs note 7 has glass back just like s7 s6 note 5 but note 6 has glass back but it's cancelled
note 7 has glass back just like s7 s6 and note 5 but note 6 is not here anymore
The Note series has gone backwards, less features for more money. Compare the features of the Note 4 with all the released phones in the series released after it. Samsung continues to go backwards. I am done, the note 6 edge plus is absolute junk and they have no chance in selling me a note 7.
well i think ram and 4k display and processors drain battery fast so i really think if they bump up the camera for 12 to 16 with same dual focus feature that would be g8 rest of other feature will be not issue in day to day use.
I was really hoping that this was to be released with a 6gb RAM. Instead we get 4. I don't really care for the 128gb built in memory, but a bigger ram would have been nice on this device. Also battery life would've sweet if it were to be bigger. S7 vs Note 7?¿? Not much difference. I really think that the larger RAM would really set it apart. Oh wells.