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The Galaxy Note 4 Featured in a Samsung’s Sponsored Fashion Show

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You might all have heard about the much awaited and anticipated Galaxy Note 4 from Samsung,that the Samsung hopes will “kill” or divert all the attention from I phone 6 and the I phone 6 Plus.Am not an Apple fan neither a hater,but i must admit if given an option between the I phone 6 Plus and the Note 4,definitely the Note 4 triumphs.Apple products are just classy or gloaty maybe,but they are too expensive and its ios Operating System lacks user friendliness.Operating and using an I phone Smart phone is kinda difficult and you might end using the manual for like a whole month before you know the basics or how to get along,unlike the simple Android Os featured on Samsung devices.

The specs of the Note 4 are also quite impressive,not implying that the I phone 6 Plus are all that bad.However consider for example the issue of the Ram.Its quite notable even for a basic low budget Smart phone user that the lower the Ram memory the higher the chances and inability for the Smart phone to perform heavy tasks like multiple browsing ,gaming and HD Video play back.The I phone 6 plus has only 1GB Ram while the Note will sport a 3GB Ram.

Samsung is a big spender in activities involving advertisements,promotions,and marketing.The conducted fashion Show in Taiwan ,show cased the recently announced Note 4 that saw it sparkle and smile for the cameras in different color variants.They also showcased the Gear S (and its Swarovski crystal edition) along with the Gear Circle headphones and a Swarovski edition of the Galaxy Note 4.

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