If you’re loving Samsung’s latest flagship and you want to get hold of it firsthand, this is good news for you. Best Buy as well as Future Shop are now accepting pre-orders of Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
You can also secure this one 5.7-inch beauty at Bell, Rogers, or TELUS. However, these retailer stores requires a 50 dollar for you to make any reservations. The flyer is still not specific about the official release of the device except that it will be in the market by mid- to late October. This can be a little let down but it can give you more than enough time to save up, in case you are running short of budget.
To review Samsung Galaxy Note 4’s features, here is a quick run down of what it can offer you. The back of the phone is largely the same, with a textured, soft-touch leather-like finish. Mercifully, Samsung has ditched the faux stitching that was on the Note 3. The device boasts a 5.7 inch 2560×1440 pixel Super AMOLED display, runs on Android 4.4.4 KitKat with Samsung’s familiar interface on top of it, a 2.7Ghz quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB worth of RAM storage as well as 32GB internal storage. It is powered with a 3,220 mAh removable battery, and has a 16MP camera with OIS as well as a 3.7MP front camera.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has borrowed a couple of ideas from Android L for the Note 4’s interface, including the stacked card multitasking view. Among the S Pen improvements is the ability to quickly pin short notes to your homescreen. The S Health fitness app has been improved and enhanced for the Note 4, according to Samsung . The Dual-window multitasking has been improved with the ability to have various apps open in smaller windows at the same time.