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Topic # 191514 6-Feb-2016 22:52
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Looking to replace my current Samsung Galaxy S4 and was considering a Note 4 or 5 but not sure which one ?

 

In addition to the phone itself, I want something that gives me "laptop" functionality but is easy to carry around - used to have a 9 inch tablet (until it died) but even that was too big ... ok for the couch but too big to carry around in your pocket laughing

 

So I have narrowed it down to a Note but cannot decide between a 4 or 5 ?

 

Any advice would be greatly appreciated 


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  Reply # 1486694 6-Feb-2016 22:55
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Note 5 but this phone is only limited to 32GB if you were to source it locally. There is no micro SD.

It is much better than note 4.





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  Reply # 1486846 7-Feb-2016 11:42
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Went from the S5 to Note 4 and been very happy. Have 64 sd and no issues. When changing looked at S6 (too small) Iphone Plus (no back button) and Nexus (seems some bits of Samsung bloat I would miss). Never really use pen much but had zero issues. Battery lasts up to 2 days tho I charge daily. All around happy camper. 

 

 

 

Edit - paired it with a Surface Pro 3 which use and yeah still have a Ipad Mini as well. But overall I do heaps on the phone and find it fine to use so would think you would be pretty happy. Not used the 5  so cant say what is "better" but if price matters the 4 would be a good call. 


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