5 Things To Know About Galaxy Note 4

Lets be honest here. There is a lot to take in from the Galaxy Note 4. It is the new flagship device of Samsung, and to be honest, it is one of the most advanced, boldest and beautiful device on earth. And with the great work of technology behind this device, it surely looks that there has been a lot of work and effort put into its making. It has a brand new aluminum frame that has replaced the plastic one, and the all new QHD display that just makes everything pleasurable (except the text from your boss that says, “You’re fired”). While writing this article, I decided to throw in 15 new things that you should know about the Galaxy Note 4, but then I realized that you simply wouldn’t read the whole thing. So, here are the 5 things to know about the Galaxy Note 4:

5 Things to know about Galaxy Note 4

  1. The Adaptive Fast Charger


This is one of the biggest and the best features that you get with a Galaxy Note 4. The Adaptive Fast Charger can literally boost your battery charge upto 50% in just 30 minutes. And considering the huge 3220mAh battery it has, it does a pretty great job at charging it at this super speed.

The reason for this super charge, is the 9V/1.67A output that the charger gives. It is that 9V that fills that juices up, while the normal chargers have a 5V output. You see the difference?


  1. One-handed Operation


You will need pretty huge hands to operate this 5.7-inch phablet with one hand. And most people don’t have those huge hands. But there’s a solution that Samsung has provided to us. The One-handed operation option in the Settings. Once you turn on that feature, you can then just swipe from the top right corner of the screen to reduce the screen size that can be easily operated with one hand.

The great thing is that, you can also use a fully functional keyboard in that reduced screen size.


  1. The almighty S-Pen

The S-Pen has been a huge part of the Galaxy Note series. And Samsung may not have increased the functionality or added many new features to the S-Pen, but it is still a powerful tool for some people. The physical improvement contain a ribbed grip, along with a button still, but the software improvement are notable.


  1. The Panorama selfies

If you’re the selfie person, then this can literally be the selling feature for you. The improved 3.7MP front-facing shooter can now capture panorama selfies. Hop on to the article below where I explain how to use it.


  1. The same Heart Rate Monitor that the Galaxy S5 has


To my guess, the Heart Rate Monitor isn’t really a big deal to Samsung because most people really want those other features that make them look cooler than other people.

The heart rate monitor is also in the same area – under the camera and besides the flash.

See also – Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Camera Tips And Tricks

At the end of the day, it really depends on the reason why your purchased this phone. Because if you just purchased for the sake of a new release, then you will definitely won’t find yourself taking full advantage of its capabilities. But, if you do really need those features on a daily (or maybe weekly basis), then no other smartphone can replace it.

Let me know in the comments below about the features in the Galaxy Note 4 that you really like and simply can’t live without.

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