Korean tech giant Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 4 on Wednesday that is slated to give a fierce competition to other manufacturers of big screen phones. The company also rolled out the Galaxy Note Edge smartphone, which has an extraordinary curved display. Both these devices are the very best from Samsung so far.

Here are some of the features of the latest releases from Samsung.

Galaxy Note 4

The main highlight of the Note 4 is obviously its massive screen at 5.7 inches, with a 2560 x 1440 AMOLED display and an extremely high PPI of 515. Samsung has incorporated a 2.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, which is slightly higher than what you see in the Note 3 at 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800.

It has a storage capacity of 32GB and 3GB of RAM, same as that of the Note 3. The rear camera has been improvised to 16MP from 13MP, while the front camera has undergone a boost to 3.7MP from2.1MP.

We hope that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is sure to thrill anyone who is a lover of fast phones with big screens. It’s best for compulsive scribblers who are bold enough to pay for its amazingly designed narrow stylus, meticulously tucked inside the phone.

Galaxy Note Edge

Even though the Note Edge is similar to the Note 4, there are some tiny differences. An apparent difference with the Note Edge is that its edge has been slightly bent and houses a part of the screen. The size of the screen is slightly less at 5.6 inches, with the total resolution being 2560×1600.

Its brand-new interface coupled with an asymmetrical shape deliver a cutting-edge design that is sure to please you.

The tiny strip of edge space on the Note Edge will have Samsung’s very own apps and using them entails the incorporation of a new SDK. This space displays a clock, a stock ticker, playback options and many other information that is constantly updated.

The spec sheet of the Note Edge is almost the same as the Note 4 except for the fact that the former has a smaller battery of 300mAh, so the battery life falls a tad short compared to the Note 4.

The event, which was held at the IFA trade show in Berlin, comes at a time when the company is being hard-pressed in the market by cost-effective handset vendors like Xiaomi and Huawei.

This is also the time when Samsung is facing enormous competition from Apple who is known for its affluent and chic smartphones.

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