wax, 04 Dec 2014in cdo they offer sm-n910h..but i bought mine in sm north edsa...i got the 910c exynos...aweso... moreHow much is the exynos version? Do you have overheating problems in just a few mins of usage like the s3?
Anonymous, 04 Dec 2014Can u tell me guys what chipset is better and if its available here in the philippines Qualcom... morein cdo they offer sm-n910h..but i bought mine in sm north edsa...i got the 910c exynos...awesome device!
i am getting firmware update of 166.27MB in india (snapdragon model).
AnonD-77443, 02 Dec 2014* Worse display * Worse camera * Mono video * Worse music quality * No SD card * No stylu... moreyou just couldn't digest the fact that your beloved samsung is being demolished by chinese OEM's as well as recently by the motorola
Anonymous, 04 Dec 2014Can u tell me guys what chipset is better and if its available here in the philippines Qualcom... morego for exynos definitely. at least it has the potential for 64-bit support when android lollipop rolls out for it. the snapdragon version never will.
and yes, the exynos version would be the one sold in samsung stores in the ph.
luisinhoens90, 04 Dec 2014Hi, I got this phone 2 weeks ago to replace my Nexus 5 and I have to say that I'm impressed wi... moreDear, as you own it, my question to you is "how long does it take to launch the camera and contact list? Does it lag as all other samsung phones do? (I own a laggy s4)
hemanth, 04 Dec 2014I agree with specs and features ...what about the price value for every month its reducing pro... moreSo wgat if the price is going down? It's gadget, and it's natural for it to depreciates. You don't buy a phone because of its resale value, you buy a phone because it suita your needs. You should be happy for the price depreciation, lower price means more people would be able to afford it. I don't care about the price drop.
Anonymous, 03 Dec 2014Why different kinds of sets in different countries ? Samsung is not going right track . I agree with you Samsung is not on the right track
the snapdragon note 4 is not worth it at all and that is the only one you can get in India.
I would say don't buy it as you can never upgrade it to 64 bit & use the benefits of Android lollipop ever.
AnonD-337973, 04 Dec 2014We are not sure exynos with snapdragon .exynos 3G and snapdragon 4G.i own sm-n910c exynos version IT IS 4G!!
I agree with specs and features ...what about the price value for every month its reducing proce and after a year price wil b reduced to half best example note 3 and every low class people wil also b using note 4 ...then whats the point of purchasing such a higher end phone and if you wan to resale they barely say half of purchased rate which gives us heart ache
Hi, I got this phone 2 weeks ago to replace my Nexus 5 and I have to say that I'm impressed with all the extra features this phone comes with. I'm a fan of stock Android but I recognize the S pen and multitasking enhancements on the Nore 4 are just great! Camera, display and battery life are also much better than my Nexus. However I would say the Nexus 5 is a notch smoother even if my Note 4 has a beefier SD805 CPU vs SD800 and the Lollipop update works great. Don't get me wrong, the Note 4 is the best Smartphone I have ever owned, and I think the upcoming Lollipop update will make it even better.
Can u tell me guys what chipset is better and if its available here in the philippines Qualcomm Snapdragon or Exynos.thanks
Anonymous, 03 Dec 2014You are obiously a troll so must be ignored . Why nwould someone want to buy a technology ... moreI am not troller. in some countries samsung is providing either exynos or snapdragon. In my country snapdragon is available. And current Note 4 snapdragon is more powerful than any other brands handset.
We are not sure exynos with snapdragon .exynos 3G and snapdragon 4G.
wax, 04 Dec 2014guys can u show me how to transfer videos and pics from my note 4 to usb drive? pls anyone?You need a micro usb to usb adapter like below. Then simply plug in your usb stick and use a file explorer to copy and paste.
Anonymous, 04 Dec 2014athletes, musicians, and famous people use iphones. young and old. All people use all phones but the iPhone does tend to attract teens because of the "cool" factor and grandparents / middle age mums who can only operate a basic phone.
If you want a phone without the limitations on hardware, OS and apps then you go android... of which the note 4 is No1 :-)