Anonymous, 15 Dec 2014I have the N910G (Exynos) and haven't had any problems with heat or battery drain.
Max temp... moreI do not have a Note 4. I can just buy it even today, but I'm waiting for the Sanapdragon 810 version of the Note 4. The Exynos version is not available in my country and Snapdragon 805 version is not really a big deal for me. However, I have seen some Note 4 Exynos users here, XDA Developers and other techblogs mentioned that their Note 4 has a poor battery life. The famous tech reviewer MKBHD also said the same thing.
Actually, I'm waiting for the Snapdragon 810 version. I hope it will arrive around May in the next year. If it impresses me, I will buy it.
Vin.., 15 Dec 2014Which is better, Snapdragon or Exynos?Exynos is better in this case as 64 bit so upgrades for 3 years should be ok
Techno J., 15 Dec 2014I'm not sure what is the exact reason for the battery drain and overheating issue of Note 4 Ex... moreI have the N910G (Exynos) and haven't had any problems with heat or battery drain.
Max temperature i have seen (in Australian summer using a lot of 4G) is just under 40c which is in line with the GN3 and other smart phones.
The Snapdragon is faster on benchmarks but i think the real life difference would be minimal. Better to get the model that suits your phone network bands.
Anonymous, 15 Dec 2014hi guys. i have note 4 n910h whit exynous cpu. but i have problems whit battery. when i cha... moreI'm not sure what is the exact reason for the battery drain and overheating issue of Note 4 Exynos version. MKBHD also mentioned the same thing regarding his Exynos Note 4. It could be either software bug or hardware issue. I think Samsung will release a firmware update for this issue.
i have note 4 n910h whit exynous cpu.
but i have problems whit battery.
when i charge it whit its charger,back of note becomes hot.its more than my old note3.
after this,the time between 100℅ and 7℅ of charge is only 14hours.i use always wifi and if havent signal,use 3g.the diaplay on time is about 2:30 hours.
i thinck there is a problem:(
note3 was more better than this.
Does any one have any suggestion?
Anonynous, 15 Dec 2014Ok i wasnt too impressed. Tested it side by side a Note 3 and while i was the first to admit t... moreThe Note 4 I have to admit is a refined Note 3. I don't agree with you abou the back of the Note 4 being terrible. It's comfortable and grippy on the hand. And a removable back cover gives us choices for extra battery or larger batteries like Zerolemon can provide up to triple the battery capacity.
The metal sides are pretty fine to me. An improvement to the Note 3's chrome plastic.
There's nothing wrong with where the capacitive buttons are. This is better than main navigation keys taking up screen space. Haven't you already learned not to touch them while in landscape orientation since the Note 2?
The home button houses a fingerprint scanner. Suggest a new way for a layer of Wacom sensor on top of that.
All of these complains you have can easily be remedied with installing on screen buttons, and disabling the capacitive buttons. So stop complaining like it's iOS. It's Android.
You even bought a Note 3. Such complaints are just sourgraping excuses. Or else you would just have stopped with the Note 2.
Anonynous, 15 Dec 2014Ok i wasnt too impressed. Tested it side by side a Note 3 and while i was the first to admit t... moreU r probably sony xperia fanboy trolling in the note 4 page .first of all ,the non removable back cover has many and major disadvantages.u can't change the battery at ur own will and the first battery inserted with the phone can't be changed lifelong at ur own will or when you need.more over the physical home button & also extremely necessary for returning to the home screen easily or for minimising .even apple ipad ,Iphones have also physical home button.
so don't troll others in such a way.many people depend upon the comments of this page before investing their money in buying such costly gadgets
Anonymous, 12 Dec 2014Hello again PB74.
Why did you by a mid range sony phone if 64 bit and an 810 processor is so... moreSeems like vuD8 follows everything I say and make false statements regarding the ownership of my phone.
So hence must be a paid troll...
the 810 is big and Samsung was wrong in launching the 805 in India fully knowing that android was going to be 64 bit.
Ok i wasnt too impressed. Tested it side by side a Note 3 and while i was the first to admit that 1080p wasnt overwhelming on a display this big i found no use for 1440p at a normal viewing distance, after all at this screen size you dont often, if at all, put it in your face like you sometimes would a 4 inch phone.
The first thing that struck me was how weak and cheap the back cover feels with all its shape and curves, and the next was that the s-pen felt weird being so impossible square and even looked cheaper than it did on Note 2. Then when i started to really use it i got frustrated with using the pen on the home button, why didnt they put a digitizer there, so one could only touch the button instead of having to use the pen to press it down forcefully or change grip and use a finger instead? Very inefficient, the physical home button is overdue for retirement, Samsung please get rid of that source of frustration or give it a digitizer/s-pen input capability..
I didnt feel any premium from the metal frame, if im not looking i prefer to hold the Note 3.
Things are definitely going the right way with samsung, the UI has cleared up the smoke and is no longer choking us in garbage, and the displays are now much better in color reproduction but the home button and the cheap back that also feels fragile has to go. The only way to make premium feeling phones is to have non-removable back. Also, what always annoyed me with Note 2 was when playing landscape oriented games i had many accidental palm presses on the capacitive buttons, i find it baffling that they are still located all the way out in the corners, it degrades the experience for so many games, theres nowhere to hold the phone for the right hand.
stew, 13 Dec 2014what market are you in all i can seem to find is the snapdragon version,is the exynos 5433 onl... morethen why you said it drains battery.. when you never have exynos 5433 then how can you describe the device you never experience.. dude please first you experience the device then comment on it... (exynos 5433 is brilliant version) no battery drain issue or no other issues
MANOJ, 14 Dec 2014friends, can we receive calls on this phone without touching it? I mean if a call comes on thi... moreAbsolutely. If you have voice control set to "always listening", when your phone rings you just say "answer" and it automatically switches to speakerphone. Or you can just say "reject" to hang up on the call.
I ditched my HTC Desire 816 and got the 4G Exynos version (N910C) and could not be happier with this amazing phone.
The model sold in Kenya doesn't have 4G. That's a big weakness. If you plan to buy just confirm if it supports 4G first.i bought one without and I'm dissapointed.
Hey guys can i get the accuweather widget of the previous note 3 to download it on note 4?
Nomo , 13 Dec 2014which one is best z3 or note 4 Always Note series.
[deleted post]Again, you seem never to understand anything here! Sharp has done what I consider as not even high end.
The Crystal X is only 5.6mm less wide, 14.5 less taller, but it's 11mm thick than the Note 4. Then what do you call your T2 Ultra? F***ing straight you're trolling here.
The Crytal X has only 2600mAh battery, and we all know how despite the Note 4 having a 1440p screen, it can still closely match the previous Note generation's long battery stamina, beating even the Z3, or the iPhone 6/6+.
Sorry, you keep touching on the S Pen as having so much RAM usage. Care to give us a link of that FACT?!!
Again, nothing you post here is nearly factual, nor better than the Note 4.