The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 offers up 3GB of RAM, the Snapdragon 805 processor and a battery of 3,220mAh that has quick charge 2.0. It offers up a Super AMOLED Quad HD display and stylus, which is something that no other phablet has to offer.
The handset comes with a battery pack that can be removed and this means that the erosive damage that may be caused by frequent use when fast charging isn’t going to cause any issue. This is due to the fact that it can be swapped out once the battery has become worn.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 offers a fingerprint sensor and it is the first to do so. It also offers up storage of 256GB and this can be expanded. But it’s just a shame that the device cannot go even further.
It began life with Android 4.4.4 KitKat and it’s only going to go as far as Marshmallow. While this is good due to the fact that Marshmallow is a big move up, it means that the device isn’t getting the Nougat update.
The best thing that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 owners can wish for is to root their handset and put the CyanogenMod CM14 ROM onto the device.