First of all, the Galaxy Note 4 adopts an actual metal trim around the sides, so an aesthetic boost has occurred. Secondly, that screen: the world’s first QHD Super AMOLED; a 5.7-inch, 2560 x 1440 (515 ppi) touchscreen of untold power and glory. For imaging, a front-facing 3.7 megapixel and a back-end 16 megapixel make it so that you can get decent (and maybe great?) shots from both sides. Plus, support for the Oculus Gear VR attachment!
Processing, you ask? A 2.7 GHz processor, which is most likely the Snapdragon 805 (Samsung isn’t exactly saying which) in a quad-core setup. AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular will be carrying the Note 4 in the United States, come later this year.
Prices have yet to be announced. The phone will come in white and black in the U.S. with 32GB of onboard storage (expandable to 64GB) and 3GB of RAM.
Sounds good, it really does.