Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Vs Samsung Galaxy S5 | Head To Head
Samsung’s Galaxy line up took over the smart phone market by surprise. Ruling in both smart phone territory and phablet territory, the Galaxy phone offer best in class performance apart from their flimsy plastic body. Let us compare two of the most recent phones, one released, the Galaxy S5 and the other one in the works, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
Body and Display Comparsion
The looks of a phone explains a lot in terms of what it offers, but the perforated back panel and flimsy plastic body of the Samsung Galaxy S5 tells otherwise. Galaxy S5 albeit plastic, comes with a waterproof and dustproof capabilities and one of the best hardware and software out in the market. The Galaxy Note 4 on the other is all set to be a metal body with aluminium edges carrying on the waterproof and dustproof capabilities.
The display is another interesting aspect of these phones. The AMOLED panel offered by Samsung promises a wide array of color gamut and colors just pop out of the screen. The Galaxy S5 carries on the 1080P display from its predecessor the S4, but in a slightly bigger form factor measuring at 5.1inches.. But the Note 4 with recently leaked and confirmed specifications will be the first in phablet to comes with a QHD display, measuring 5.7 inches with a total resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixel.
Galaxy S5’s ISOCELL sensor promises one of the best experiences, getting fame beating Sony Xperia Z2 in DXOMARK. The 16 megapixel shooter on the Galaxy S5 promises better day time and night time shots, perfectly balanced shots, not like the HTC M8 or Nokia Lumia which tend to overexpose at times. While the ISOCELL sensor will be the focus on Galaxy Note 4, we might see some increase in the megapixel count and sensor size too. The Note 4 will come with an 18 Megapixel shooter with 1/2” sensor promisingbetter camera experience than any other Galaxy smart phones or some other phones.
At the heartbeat of the Samsung Galaxy S5 is a Snapdragon 801 SoC clocked at 2.5GHz coupled with 2GB of RAM and there’s an Exynos 5 variant with heterogeneous processing built into it. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on the other will be coming with a Snapdragon 805 SoC coupled with 3 GB of RAM and the Exynos variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will have a slight architecture change with ARM Cortex A53 and Cortex A57. This is more than enough for anyone who would love to push their phones to the extreme.
Source – Samsung Galaxy Note 4