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Love at first touch!

 

Nov 18, 2014 by iQ_Garcia

Carrier: AT&T

I wasn't planning on buying the Note 4 but after playing with it for about 2 minutes I decided it was a match made in heaven. I had the Note 1 for nearly 2 years and I'm very familiar with the note 2 and 3. The Note 4 is everything I'd hope for in a phablet and then some. The size, weight and functionality are superior to any phone I've ever owned/used. I highly recommend it to all.


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Rock Solid Phablet

 

Nov 7, 2014 by erikclarke

Carrier: T-Mobile

First, I am extremely happy with this phone. It is slim, loud, colorful and user friendly with a few surprises (for me).
I bought a Note II a while ago and returned it within a day. This phone completely transcends the Note II experience. I will comment only on three areas that surprised me with utility I did not expect.

Adaptive Sound: Whoa! All phones should administer a personal hearing test, then sculpt sound to your specifically required frequencies like the Note 4. This feature was so far beyond my expectations that I discovered it accidentally while going through menus and the result...best sound ever from a mobile device!

The stylus rocks hard, so write away, sign away, initial away, takes notes, draw, etc!

Finally, the microphones record exquisite audio, even from concert-level sources. BUY!

Sound quality + Image quality + Font quality + Size + Multi-application management + Customizability = Super Star Status among current phones.


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Great Enhancements

 

Oct 17, 2014 by KeepNTouch   updated Oct 24, 2014

Carrier: T-Mobile

First of all, on T-mobile the call quality has been great. The signal appears to be more stable, there's no dropping off and on and the data speeds have been great. .

The camera is really GOOD!!! The pictures are great in so sorts of light. I don't like the picture zoom too much, but it may be some technique to it that I haven't figured out.

The feel of the phone is premium and yes it has grabbed the attention of those nearby. The screen is beautiful and the battery lasts all day for my use.

The productivity of the S Pen is a must for me. and I do use it throughout the day with the multitasking.

S Health... I like the fact that it's on automatically everytime the phone moves. I think the S3 and S4 were like this, but Samsung did not make this feature automatic on the Note 3. I am happy to see it is automatic on the Note 4. I REALLY LIKE S Health, it alerts you when you've been inactive for an hour, it will alert you again if you've been inactive for 2 hours. I think that's great to keep you aware of staying active or getting active. I like the Stress mointor, I don't know how accurate it is, but again it's something that helps me to be more aware of where I am with things going on in my life and when I may need to chill out a little.

I believe the Note 4 is a worthwhile upgrade from either the Note II or the Note 3. Hope this helps.

 
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