Note 4 vs. Note Edge April 04 2015
The new Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge recently hit the shelves against Samsung Galaxy Note Edge. The phone has been introduced in conjunction with Galaxy Note 4 and is available for sale in selected markets.
Although Samsung Note 4 and Note Edge feature Samsung’s distinctive phablet technology, they have little in common. They use different processors, have varying storage spaces, and feature notable difference in display. To know how these devices are different from each other, we are taking a closer look at them to give a detailed comparison of the two most advanced gadgets by the manufacturer.
The difference in screens is one of the most apparent variations between the two devices. The Galaxy Note 4 has the traditional touch screen, while the Note Edge’s display features a curve on one side of the device. The edge screen displays various contents – time, app icons, notification, and menu, which can be used separately from the main part of the display. Furthermore, due to the curved screen, Note Edge features a slightly different screen resolution which means a minor difference in pixel density.
Additionally, the displays of the Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note Edge also have a small difference in sizes. The Note 4 has a 5.7in screen, while the Note Edge features almost 5.6in display.
Except for the curved screen, all other differences in display are quite minor that they are not likely to influence user experience drastically.
People buying smartphones are often choosy about the color of their high tech gadget. However, those who look for a variety in colors when choosing a smartphone may feel a little disappointed with Galaxy Note Edge. The Galaxy Note 4 offers white, black, pink, and gold, while Galaxy Note Edge is available only in black or white.
Additionally, as both devices are editions of Galaxy Note 2014 phablets, there is little to talk about when it comes to the design of the two sets. However, the Note Edge is a little thinner and wider than the Note 4.
Both these devices have a microSD card slot which can house up to 128GB cards. However, when it comes to internal storage, you may find a little difference between the two. The Galaxy Note 4 has the capacity to store data of up to 32GB, whereas the Note Edge offers a huge 64GB internal storage space.
Despite a few differences, both Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge offer a distinctive user experience that is hard to find in any other brands that are currently available in the market.
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