Samsung essentially invented the “phablet” with the release of its original Galaxy Note back in 2011. Three years later, it takes the category to new, ultra-high-res territory with a fourth-generation version of the extra-large smartphone, the Galaxy Note 4.
Yes, the Galaxy Note 4 is the first Quad HD smartphone from Samsung, which means its display has a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 — the highest you can get in smartphones today. The LG G3 was the first mainstream phone to boast Quad HD, although it’s been seen in some phones out of China since late last year.
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