At its “Unpacked” press conference, Samsung unveiled its new phablet, the Galaxy Note 4, but also the Galaxy Note Edge.
The new Galaxy Note 4 has a completely new design, with a wide 5.7-inch Super AMOLED Quad-ultra HD “2K” display that allows for a 2,560-by-1,440-pixel resolution.
Available in four colors (white, black, pink and bronze), the handset comes with an improved S Pen stylus and the same faux leather removable back.
A 16MP sensor on the rear camera with optical image stabilization was presented, and a 3.7MP front camera that allows users to take wide-angle selfies.
Despite a big screen, the device has greater autonomy than its predecessors thanks to a 3320 mAh battery and charges faster.
Software wise, the Note 4 brings a “Multi Window” feature by which users applications can be shrunk into smaller windows, on top of other applications.