Tuesday, February 5, 2013

US State Department red phones

February 2013 - The model we looked at was running the latest Android 8.1 Oreo software. It also uses Asus’ own ROG Gaming UI interface that looks very appropriate for the style of the phone.Overall, it appears to be fairly stock Android even though it looks quite different due to the elements like icon pack. There doesn’t seem to be much bloatware, although this can change by the time the device launches, especially via networks. come along with that too, well we have collected a lot of data from the field directly and from many other blogs so very complete his discussion here about February 2013, on this blog we also have to provide the latest automotive information from all the brands associated with the automobile. ok please continue reading:

Samsung is not just one of the world's largest producer of smartphones, phablets and tablets but also a giant when it comes to the technology that is found in her devices. One of such technology advancement is being able to use the new US State Department red phones Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with an Oculus VR headset for immersive 3D viewing as shown  in the image below.

The S-Pen which as always come with all Note series have gotten better over time and the in the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, another new feature known as the Snap Note; it allows you take pictures of a piece of paper and allow you to change what's on the paper with the pen.

Recently, Samsung announced the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 which is the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. When it comes to specification comparison between the Note 3 and Note 4, its like Samsung decided not to seriously do more than he did on the Note 3. Below is a rundown of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 which we shall refer to as SGN4 is a wonderful piece of device. Its a single SIM with 2G,3G,4G and LTE network capability. A very efficient device with great speeds when it comes to data transfer and internet connectivity. 

The SGN4 has dimensions 6.04 x 3.09 x 0.33mm and weighs just 6.21oz. The screen of the device is exceptionally beautiful and colourful. This is due to the 5.7inch super AMOLED screen with a Quad HD resolution of 2560 x 1440; i.e a 515 PPI screen.

When it comes to mobile chips, Samsung opted for the Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chip with 4K Ultra HD processor for outstanding video and gaming rendering. The device which spots a 2.7GHz Quad Core processor and a powerful Adreno 420 GPU. It is been said that the battery efficiency of this Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chip is outstanding.

When you buy the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, you get the latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat on it and as usual there will be room for an upgrade once Google's latest Android L becomes available. Knowing how well the KitKat OS manages RAM, it will easy to state that the 3GB RAM inside the SGN4 will be well and enough to keep the device running without lag.

For those that are into taking pictures and selfies, it would interest to know that the Note 4 comes with a 16MP rear facing camera with geo tagging, face detection, optical stability and can record 4K, 1080p video. The phablet has a powerful led flashlight just below the camera which assists in taking brilliant pictures in low lit areas. The front facing camera of the phablet is 3.7MB and its very much efficient for those video calls and taking selfies.

The internal memory of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is 32GB and can be expanded with the help of a memory card. The memory card slot can support SD card up to 64GB.

As in the usual fashion of Samsung, Note 4 comes with light, proximity, gyro, compass sensors. Also, it comes with Bluetooth 4.1 which is the latest Bluetooth version. Furthermore, it has WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac with Qualcomm VIVE 2-Stream and NFC support.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will according to rumors have a battery power of 3030mAh which should be good enough to keep the phone alive for a long period of time during use but again, battery power in smartphones no matter how much is never enough.

Finally, the device is expected to be ready before the end of September and would be available at Best Buy, Amazon.com, Walmart and other stores including AT&T and the likes. Rumored prices is around $800 for the contract-free and unlocked version.

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