My N910U Note 4 (Exynos) has been ordered (AU$859), should be here early next week :-).
I will post a small review once I start using it.
It's funny when I read through over one page of comments all about battery life on the Sam note 4 in here . Is the battery life 11-12hours ? Can you do another test for battery on mobile data ? it might shortened1-2hours !!! OMG !!! What's the big deal ? Instead of more on device performance , fluid ability , user experience on speed , camera performance , wether shows laggness running on apps , multitasking , device heating ...but no ... Let's worry about 1-2 hours battery life .... Ha ha .. Simple buy a second battery ! Or buy a portable charger ! Is it really that hard ! People design a portable charger for a reason , Samsung design the phone to use replaceable battery for a reason! Let's worry about how the actual device perform ..
Anonymous, 13 Oct 2014All these gsmarena battery tests are always done over WiFi and in real life usage with mobile ... moreI'm sure the same thing happens with every other device. I'm no stranger to the Note series, thank you.
A full battery charge on a Note 3 can give me a continuous 4 hours+ while downloading some 6GB over LTE. I can attest that a Note 3 can give me some 11 to 12 hours of battery life with my data on before I change to a fresh battery. One of the most wonderful things you can do with a removable battery system.
TheNeighbor, 13 Oct 2014Trolling here again? Battery on the Note 4 lasts almost 11 hours on continuous browsing. Gap... moreAll these gsmarena battery tests are always done over WiFi and in real life usage with mobile data you won't get as much.
Anonymous, 13 Oct 2014GSMArena post battery test for Qualcomm Snapdragon models but guys pls tell me what abt Exynos... moreexynos version this time has fair n better package to offer compared to snapdragon version... i cant tell about the battery but sure it is more powerful than SD version
Georges, 13 Oct 2014Is the exynos version of the note 4 a 32 or 64 bit processor? And what is the difference of bo... moreThe processor is 64 bit ARMv8. However, android 4.4 doesn't support 64 bit. So it'll run on 32 bit or AArch32 mode for now.
When android L arrives however, samsung can update the kernel to enable 64-bit and hence we'll get a 15-20% better performance.
It's entirely samsung's decision.
However, does it matter???? Hell no. the chip already puts everything in the market to shame.
even on 32 bit, it has 30% more power than even the mighty snapdragon 805 or apple A8.
So either way, you're getting the best SoC.
Is the exynos version of the note 4 a 32 or 64 bit processor? And what is the difference of both processors at running android L and above?
Would appreciate all expert replies
Thanks in advance
GSMArena post battery test for Qualcomm Snapdragon models but guys pls tell me what abt Exynos 5433 version....?? Plz Plz tell me..
when the galaxy note 4 Exynos 5433 (SM-N910C) version well came out ? and is it going to be 64-bit or not ? & tnx
Droid Ghost, 13 Oct 2014The battery got and software fix by now this phone is the by best phone so far in the market.But this battery test for Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 model only but what about the Exynos 5433 version...???
civmilad, 13 Oct 2014How is note 4's battery?The battery got and software fix by now this phone is the by best phone so far in the market.
[deleted post]Do not talk about saving money when you need to buy a phone that is cheaper but perform almost the same as the Galaxy Note 4. He will tell you to use your cheap phone. While Samsung make cheaper phone than iPhone but with better featuring but he will never buy a iPhone because it is expensive. Then he will answer like a real bling fanboy.
[deleted post]Trolling here again?
Battery on the Note 4 lasts almost 11 hours on continuous browsing.
Gap on the Note is nothing worth talking about. Reviewers already showed it. Just run along to your Sony C3 page...
[deleted post]I like the fact the Padfone S is lower in price, but only available in Malaysia.
No Super AMOLED screen (&quite tiny)
no 32GB internal memory - I get 26GB of user usage
no Wacom digitizer system - I can draw and jot notes better
no infrared remote blaster - for appliances and equipment
no removable battery & bigger battery - better for my travels and commutes
no fingerprint scanner - for opening without a passcode
no heartbeat sensor - extra trigger for the camera
no optimized multi-screen - better to enjoy the screen and productivity
no special S Note software for productivity - Aw yes for all my sketching and notes
no higher front camera - for the selfies persons
no metal frame - umh, better feel
no fast charging capabilities - charges half the time
I certainly don't need the tablet as I use a Microsoft Surface 2 for my productivity. You just fail to understand that some of us want those specs above, especially an S Pen. I've been an Asus consumer since 2008, but their product builds are just flimsy for me. Once you have a 5.7" Note, you don't have to carry that 9" mothership tablet. It does mention a keyboard dock somewhere, but again everything looks so less elegant than with my MS Surface 2 with a Type Keyboard. From experience Asus don't produce the best sub-10" keyboards. I know how terrible they did with the Transformer keyboards that stop responding.
You get cheap with less, you get less performance and features.