Phone clashes have never been bigger. Literally. So strap in, this is going to be good.
Design – Practical Vs Beautiful
The perfect place to start contrasting the pros and cons of the Galaxy Note 4 and iPhone 6 Plus is their physical design. Apple has long been famed for its minimalist craftsmanship while Samsung has been widely derided for ugly designs for years.
|iPhone 6 Plus Vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4|
Galaxy Note 4: 153.5 x 78.6 x 8.5 mm (6.04 x 3.09 x 0.33 in) and 176 g (6.21 oz)
But not so fast. As I pointed out in my iPhone 6 Plus Long Term Review, Apple’s first phablet is wonderfully well crafted with top notch build materials and wonderfully chamfered edges but it is perhaps the company’s most gratuitous example of style over substance.
The lack of any tangible curvature make it awkward in the hand while the super slick finish to the aluminium unibody means it is like holding a bar of soap. A case is mandatory. Meanwhile the protruding camera looks ugly, is the point of impact every time the iPhone 6 Plus is put down and means it doesn’t sit flat on surfaces making that flat back even more pointless.
|Samsung Galaxy Note 4,iPhone 6 Plus|
Samsung’s perseverance with a physical home button and capacitive keys will alienate many as well and it never seems to get its angles quite right like Motorola, HTC or LG. This time the Note 4 looks boxy and cheap, rather than curved and cheap like the Note 3. Samsung just can’t nail attractive design, despite clearly putting in a great deal of effort (almost every edge is chamfered).
|iPhone 6 Plus and Galaxy Note 4|
|The designed of Galaxy Note 4 and iPhone 6 Plus|
Your iOS or Android loyalties will no doubt determine your preference here, but for neutrals not bothered by the aesthetic disadvantage the Note 4 is the better design to live with by far. I just wish Samsung had given it the same water resistance as the Galaxy S5 and this omission is baffling.
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Both these displays break new ground for their respective companies. Apple has never made such a big, high resolution phone display and while Samsung put a 5.7-inch panel in the Note 3 it has stepped up to a 2k resolution with the Note 4. The pair are stunning and owners of either device will find themselves smiling every time they fire up the lock screen.
But this is a comparison and side-by-side the Galaxy S6 comes out on top. AMOLED displays are brighter and more vivid than their IPS counterparts and this makes them more crowd pleasing. IPS displays fight back with more natural colours, but, while greens run a little wild, Samsung has done a good job of reining in the Super AMOLED’s excesses in the Note 4
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