Samsung Galaxy Note 4 & OnePlus One: Are These Still Worth Purchasing Despite Bigger Mobile Phone Names?
A lot of big phone names and releases have been highlighted this year, making all new brands insignificant, in some way. Apple, for instance, has witnessed this trend as all others were put behind with the release of their iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus. Therefore, would something like Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and OnePlus One, be worth buying still? With a much tighter competition than before, both of these names might not be a "sure" thing anymore.
Let us see:
Samsung Galaxy Note 4, definitely, is considered an elite in the industry. You'll have quad-core 2.7 GHz processor, RAM of 3GB, HD 5.7-inch, 515 ppi display, 3220 mAh battery, and 16MP camera. Its operating system is Android 4.4 integrated with a TouchWiz on the top, an expandable storage of 32 GB, heart rate sensor, 4.1 Bluetooth, and a sleek design which resembles any of the Samsung Alpha series.
Galaxy 4 was designed to deliver productivity via the S Pen feature- this is, by far, the device's most highlighted features. Without S Pen, it's like Luke Skywalker minus his light saber- it isn't complete. Its multi-window has been enhanced to allow users to conveniently resize its windows for a desktop-like experience. Further, Samsung has promised for a better performance under low-light and thanks to its optical image stabilizer, this has been made possible.
The OnePlus One, on the other hand, comes in two varieties- the 64GB Sandstone Black and 16GB Silk White. Both are run by an upgraded Android KitKat version better known as the "CyanogenMod11S".
The company has already confirmed that the OnePlus One will receive an Android L feature, which is predicted to arrive very soon. Its features include Gallery and advanced camera Apps, allowing you to make the most out of it, especially its 4K video recording capability. Moreover, it has an improved "privacy-protection" that includes Privacy Guard and SMS encryption.
This OnePlus One device that measures 152.9 by 75.9 by 8.9 mm and weighs 162 g, accommodates dual-band Wi-Fi, 802.11 standard ac, 4. Bluetooth, GPS, NFC, as well as 4G LTE. It has built-in noise-cancellation tri-microphone and stereo speakers.
So, are Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and OnePlus One, still worth buying? Definitely, if you need a new phone that is.
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