Australian Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 – Bigger than just big
Apple might have coined the phrase, but the Note 4 really is bigger than just big. It's a big bold phone, but it also represents the start of a new Samsung. Considering Samsung's latest, less-than-stellar quarterly, it's clear the giant needs to shake up what they're doing. Fortunately, the Galaxy Note 4 feels like a step in the right direction.
I've never been the biggest fan of Samsung's handsets; they've always felt a little tacky, a little plastic, and a little bloated – but the Note 4 changes that. The Note 4 feels like it's more than just a piece of plastic with a screen; it's a premium flagship that is worth the price of admission.
With the Note 4, Samsung has addressed many of the complaints made against its past phones, making it not only great device, but one that actually feels like it has its own personality.
It's not perfect, but the Note 4 is easily the best phone Samsung has made.