Meladyx, 24 Nov 2014Well, you let me know when 64-bit architecture is completely necessary.
As of right now it... moreA typical person owns their phone for 2 - 4 years . ...in that time there will be plenty of advancements .So no point buying a phone that has a hardware limitation that cannot be overcome .
Samsung can bring the exnos version of the note 4 to India and solve this issue .
If not it is not with buying the Snapdragon version .
zigo, 24 Nov 2014Very poor phone, laggy touchwiz and oversaturated screen. Total waste of moneyThere is no lagging that I have experienced for the three weeks I've had it.
As to the over saturation, I also don't like that aspect. Which is why Samsung put the option to turn on photo mode, and why I've turned that on.
I feel like you need to take the mindless hate of a product based on branding somewhere else, and not give an opinion without actually having tested it.
Anonymous, 24 Nov 2014You can't read English it seems . Every one knows that lollipop supports 32 bit but th... moreWell, you let me know when 64-bit architecture is completely necessary.
As of right now it doesn't accomplish anything. All it does is open the doors to future advancements.
Now, I understand that most people want to be able to say "I have the better phone because it's 64bit!" but in actuality, it does nothing right now.
this is the best phone , hands down, from how long the battery lasts, camera & the tricks u can do, just an awesome phone.... best one ive gotten so far.....
Anonymous, 24 Nov 2014You don't have a clue what you are talking about. 32 bit devices will still be supported with ... moreYou can't read English it seems . Every one knows that lollipop supports 32 bit but the big thing about lollipop is that it is the first 64 bit android os and it is certain that any future android versions will be 64 bit and above . So why would you want to buy a dated technology product.
AnonD-146141, 24 Nov 2014hi everyone. Please tell if snapdragon version of Note 4 is lagging anywhere in any task like ... moreI have the N910G Snapdragon (its the recommended version for Telstra Australia).
I haven't noticed the slightest bit of lag after 2 weeks. Graphics performance is very good and noticeably better than the Note 3.
I always turn off the s-voice home button feature to speed up the home button response and speed up the transitions in the developer options settings.
Anonymous, 24 Nov 2014The snapdragon is 32 bit and android lollipop is 64 bit so you are buying a version that ... moreYou don't have a clue what you are talking about. 32 bit devices will still be supported with lollipop.
Even an improvement of the hardware specs cant cause a disingenuous model to gain reputation.
Very poor phone, laggy touchwiz and oversaturated screen. Total waste of money
Hello, can anybody tell me what's the difference between the note 4 model for Europe (N910F) and note 4 N910C.
AnonD-146141, 24 Nov 2014hi everyone. Please tell if snapdragon version of Note 4 is lagging anywhere in any task like ... moreThe snapdragon is 32 bit and android lollipop is 64 bit so you are buying a version that cannot be ever upgrade to 64 bit lollipop or any other 64 bit android version . If you ok with that buy it.
I personally would wait for a 64 bit version
hi everyone. Please tell if snapdragon version of Note 4 is lagging anywhere in any task like gaming, non gaming apps anywhere. Especially indian version which is N910G. m planning to buy it soon.
Anonymous, 24 Nov 2014When last did you see the LG G3? When it was first released I bet. Cos if you've seen it after... moreThe lag is not about the software. The hardware is not up for it. LG skin is very good and smooth. In fact, I own a LG G2 and it's a great device. But the problem with G3 is the poor SoC. The adreno 330 was never made for more than 1080p resolution. The phone just can't push 3.7 million pixels.
The updates just fix the skin, not the SoC or the in-app performance. The SoC works too hard and then throttles which leads to a further dip in performance and heating.
Also, the games which are optimised for QHD run very bad and after some time the SoC throttles and framerates drop below acceptable. I have tested gamebench app and the fps on asphalt 8 were about 25 fps. On the other hand, my friend on an exynos note 4 gets a full 60 fps and snapdragon note 4 manages about 50.
The G3 is a good device. It has a good camera with insanely fast focus, it has a very ergonomic design and has some neat features and neat looking UI. But performance and battery life are not it's areas and no update can fix that.
BTW, I last used the device about a week ago. The UI performance is not that bad but I was not impressed. Also the graphic performance and in-app performance is something to worry about and for future-proofing as 64-bit chips are just upon us.
AnonD-77443, 24 Nov 2014Just downloading now (snapdragon 166.06MB). Will let you know if i see any changes.Ok. Let me know if theres an improvement.
darkgamer, 23 Nov 2014I used it at a store for a pretty long time. Note 4 and galaxy alpha are the only 2 Samsung ph... moreWhen last did you see the LG G3? When it was first released I bet. Cos if you've seen it after the 2 recent updates you won't be talking about the phone lagging.