At 5.7" and 176g the Samsung Note 4 is a large device and it has a resolution to match it at 2560×1440. That resolution does slow it down somewhat, in graphics tests it does fall behind the iPhone 6 Plus except in Basemark X and 3DMark's Ice Storm test but it does show up the competition when it comes to graphical quality with only NVIDIA's Shield beating it on the GFXBench Quality tests. In the CPU tests it scored moderately well on single threaded applications but wipes the floor with the competition when it comes to multi-threaded performance which you should keep in mind when choosing your purchases. To see more benchmarks and details The Tech Report's full review can be found right here.
"Most of the world gets a variant of Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 based on Qualcomm's familiar Snapdragon 805 system-on-a-chip (SoC). In Samsung's home country of Korea, though, the firm ships a different variant of the Note 4 based on Samsung LSI's Exynos 5433 SoC. With eight 64-bit CPU cores and a 64-bit Mali-T760 GPU, the Eyxnos 5433 could make this version the fastest and most capable Note 4–and it gives us some quality time with the Cortex-A53 and A57 CPU cores that will likely dominate the Android market in 2015."
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After buying a Samsung series
After buying a Samsung series 3 laptop with crappy system software that can not even keep the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth antenna/s turned off half of the time, I will never buy a another Samsung product, I’m sure their phones are full of the bloat as well, but basic functionality like enabling/disabling the wireless should not be a problem, especially when traveling on airplanes. The Samsung Control center system software is just such a crappy experience. Samsung is another company with QA, issues, SSD data retention. Samsung is another big mega corporation that has lost focus, and those TV with the voice recording/speech recognition, and now popup ad problems, well to hell with that!! Samsung so big and overflowing with Phone/laptop SKUs and none one focusing on QA, and other issues!
Went nexus 6. Sick of poor
Went nexus 6. Sick of poor samsung quality and touchwiz.