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17 August 2016

Comparison of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Vs Galaxy Note 4


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You know for sure that the devices we are talking about are actually good because of its abundant feature and also the latest ones on the market, but i want to carry out this brief comparison between Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and Samsung Galaxy note 4 to enable our visitors decide which one to go for more especially in relation to camera battery and other magnificent features you love.

Samsung was always the best for me as of now in the market because i love there Camera and its prevailing more than the other devices in the market actually.

Galaxy Note 7 Vs Galaxy Note 4


Galaxy Note 7: 153.5x73.9x7.9mm, 168g, IP68 certification, USB Type-C
Galaxy Note 4: 153.5x78.6x8.5mm, 176g, microUSB.
design photo

The biggest difference between the two phablets lies in the design. The Note 4 dates back to October 2014 and sticks with the largely plastic build favoured by the S5. At 153.5x78.6x8.5mm and 176g it is wider, thicker and heavier than the new kid on the block.


Galaxy Note 7: 5.7in 2,560x1,440 resolution
Galaxy Note 4: 5.7in 2,560x1,440 resolution
display of galaxy note 4 black

This is an interesting one. Beginning with the Note 4, Samsung hasn't seen fit to alter the size of the screen or resolution. Both Notes have QHD Super AMOLED displays that offer bold, vibrant colour, bags of detail, and deep, inky blacks.

Operating System

Galaxy Note 7: Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
Galaxy Note 4: Android 4.4.4 KitKat, upgradable to 6.0.1 Marshmallow

The Galaxy Note 4 shipped originally with Android 4.4.4 KitKat but it can be upgraded to the latest Marshmallow Android build but we wait for the Galaxy Note 7 also to support the latest Android 7 Nougat


Galaxy Note 7: 2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 820/Exynos octa-core CPU, 4GB of RAM
Galaxy Note 4: 2.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805/Exynos octa-core CPU, 3GB of RAM

Depending on region, the Note 7 will ship with a Snapdragon 820 or Samsung's Exynos chip. Never one to keep things simple, Samsung also put out two Note 4 variants, a quad-core Snapdragon 805 and its own octa-core Exynos chipset.


Galaxy Note 7: Iris scanner, fingerprint sensor
Galaxy Note 4: Fingerprint sensor
iris scanner

Gone are the days which you use to lock your device with a pattern or pin, for better or for worse, the iris scanner dominates all of the Note 7's headlines. Don't forget that Tecno C9 also makes it way to provide the Iris Scanner on its device, the popularity of such biometric security measure is actually growing in the tech industry


Galaxy Note 7: 12MP rear-facing, f/1.7, OIS, with 4K video, 8MP front-facing
Galaxy Note 4: 16MP rear-facing, f/2.2, OIS, with 4K video, 3.7MP front-facing
Camera difference note 4 samsung

Samsung really delivered on the camera technology with the Galaxy S7. Luckily the Note 7 shares the same 12MP sensor that impressed us so much the first time around. 


Galaxy Note 7: 3,500mAh
Galaxy Note 4: 3,220mAh

Well in all indication we can observe that the upcoming galaxy note 7 will have a higher batter life that the Note 4


Galaxy Note 7: 64GB, microSD slot
Galaxy Note 4: 32GB, microSD slot

Handily, both Notes come with support for microSD expansion up to a maximum 256GB. The Note 7 comes with a healthy 64GB built in, whereas the Note 4 scrimps a bit by halving that value.


Galaxy Note 7: £699
Galaxy Note 4: £384

Samsung just recently announced the price of Note 7 and its almost double the price for the Note 4 as you can see


The Note 4 still has a lot going for it. It falls down slightly only in terms of design, camera, and storage. In respect of the latter, at least it can be augmented with microSD.

I believe that if you a device to enjoy most enhanced feature and facilities you will wait for the release of the Galaxy Note 7 and order it directly.
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