Last week Friday, Samsung Electronics launched its latest addition to its Galaxy Note family, the Galaxy Note 4, in Nigeria, at Ikeja City Mall Experience Store.
Brovo Kim, Managing Director, Samsung Electronics West Africa, says the new Galaxy Note 4 “is a powerful, original approach that enables its users to tell the stories of their lives through dynamic and seamless expressions of their passions across work, play and life experiences.”
[blockquote right=”pull-right”]Camera is very important to my work, hence while I don’t see a reason to ditch the Note 3 for the Note 4 because while the Galaxy Note 4 has a 16-megapixel lens, an upgrade for the 13-megapixel from the Note 3, the picture taking capabilities are a lot similar to the Galaxy S5, which was released earlier this year. [/blockquote]
While the Director of Information Technology & Mobile for Samsung Electronics West Africa, Emmanouil Revmatas describes the Note 4 as a testament to Samsung’s leadership and innovation in the smartphone market and its commitment to developing best-in-class products to meet the needs of its consumers.
But I wouldn’t rush out to buy one just yet. Here’s why.
I will choose Samsung over some devices because the quality of battery life, and I expect an upgrade in the new phablet. But I am not sure that I will go for the Note 4, given that it is fitted with 3,200 mAh battery, same as Galaxy Note 3.
Camera is very important to my work, hence while I don’t see a reason to ditch the Note 3 for the Note 4 because while the Galaxy Note 4 has a 16-megapixel lens, an upgrade for the 13-megapixel from the Note 3, the picture taking capabilities are a lot similar to the Galaxy S5, which was released earlier this year.
I love what Samsung has done with the Galaxy Note 4 in terms of the aluminum frame. Some critic may say that Apple iPhone 6 Plus takes the lead in this department.
While I might have no problems with the new bigger device, I may be a ittle bit more hesitant to buy it because of its 8g heavier nature. Plus, the Note 4 is still as thick as the Note 3.
Ok, I love the fact that with Galaxy Note 4, I get more room to store my data with the inclusion of 128 GB via Micro-SD. But that’s it.
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