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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs Samsung Galaxy S5: which is better?


Samsung has recently announced its flagship, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in IFA, Berlin on September 9th and Samsung Galaxy S5 in the month of February. These two devices are the best-in class mobiles that has been provided by the Korean giant, Samsung. Here I have compared the both smartphones from pillar to post and see which one suits you perfectly.galaxy-note-4-vs-galaxy-s5

Samsung has unveiled the Samsung Galaxy S5 at Mobile World Congress in the month of February and price of the device significantly dropped to $519, Factory Unlocked at Amazon (at the time of writing). In the meanwhile, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has been expected to release in the month of October and similar to the S5, the price will soon drop considerably.

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Design and Build:

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is quite handy while compared to Samsung Galaxy Note 4, the size of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 makes it quite bigger. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is not a simple version of Samsung, indeed it used a new metal chassis that appears similar to Samsung Galaxy Alpha. Introducing a metal chassis rather than using a cheap plastic rear will be providing a new footstep for the Note series.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has a 5.7 inch screen and a dimension of 153.5 x 68.6 x 8.5 mm with 176g of weight. With 5.1 inches of screen, Samsung Galaxy S5 looks smaller in size with a dimension of 142 x 72.5 x 8.1 mm and weighs only 145g. Similar to its predecessors, Note 4 comes with S Pen, Note 4 S Pen looks similar to a real pen. Read: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs Sony Xperia Z3: Battle of Phablets.

Screen:

As I told earlier, Note 4 comes with a screen size of 5.7 inch display and supports resolution of 2650 x 1440 pixels. While Samsung Galaxy S5 has a full HD display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, while comparing Note 4 with S5, S5 has a pixels density of 432ppi whereas Note 4 has 515ppi. Samsung used Super AMOLED display technology for Note 4 that offers vibrant colors with decent viewing angles.

Processor, Graphics and Performance:

When Note 3 has released by the Samsung, it blew out the competition, similarly everyone hopes that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will blew out other rivals. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 powered with 2.7 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 Processors with quad-core processor and Adreno 420 GPU.  Jump from Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 to Snapdragon 805 Processor makes the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 more powerful one. Samsung Galaxy S5 comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 Processor with a clock speed of 2.5 GHz with Adreno 330GPU.

Memory:

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 comes with 3 GB of RAM with 32 GB of on-board internal storage and also comes with MicroSD card that supports up to 64 GB. Samsung Galaxy S5 comes with 2 GB of RAM and 16 as well as 32 GB variants.

Connectivity:

Both the devices come with normal connectivity features that are found in all smartphones. Both the device has 4G connectivity, 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi, NFC, GPS, Bluetooth 4.0 and other basic connectivity features such as Micro-USB, etc.. Like Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung has implemented Download Booster that power up the download process by merging 4G with WI-Fi and offer maximum download speed while downloading files from the internet.

Camera:

Both the device comes with 16 MP primary shooter with dual LED flash and captures UHD video at 30fps as well as HD at 120 fps. S5 has 2 MP of a front facing camera and Note 4 comes with 3.7 MP camera.

Battery:

Samsung has used 2800mAh battery to power up Samsung Galaxy S5 and implemented Ultra power saving mode to save the battery life. And at the same time, Note 4 powered with 3220mAh battery that runs more time while compared to S5.

Verdict:

Samsung has implemented water proof and dust proof in S5 as well as S5 mini, and Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has also come with the same. In addition to the features found in S5, UV scanner has been added in Note 4. Note 4 will win this segment with its high clarity display, processor and more memory capacity.

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