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Samsung releases a couple more Galaxy Note 4 commercials

Samsung has released two new commercials for the Galaxy Note 4. One video focuses on the new S-Pen and the other highlights the capabilities of the new 16MP camera.

Published onOctober 27, 2014

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For those of you that do not have your Galaxy Note 4 yet, but want to see more of it in action, Samsung has launched a couple new commercials just for you. The S-Pen and camera take front and center in these ones, with not a mention that this is one of the largest phones on the market.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 only recently started shipping to customers around the globe, but that has not stopped Samsung from heavily promoting it in many mediums since its announcement. The 5.7-inch Note 4 is a somewhat beautiful phone, leaving many to suggest that it should be Samsung’s primary flagship, in place of the formidable Galaxy S5.

The S-Pen has been an intriguing peripheral since the early days of the Note series. At first glance, many laugh it off as just a stylus, that’s so Palm Pilot of you, but the S-Pen is a little bit more. The most recent rendition brings great control, not only of note taking and handwriting, but of app management as well.

We really have seen a ton of advancements in smartphone camera technology, and the Galaxy Note 4’s offering is no exception. In the video, Samsung shows off image stabilization, zoom and group selfie skills. Only a handful of devices offer quality image stabilization, and even fewer offer it optically – the Note 4 is on that list.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 offers up the same 16MP resolution as the Galaxy S5, but in a bit of a surprise move, the Note 4 uses a Sony sensor instead of Samsung’s ISOELL. Either way, 16MP is enough to play with to produce a decent quality photo even while using digital zoom, and the advertised 8x zoom should serve users well. Perhaps the Note 6 will get optical zoom.

What do you think, did either of these commercials help you decide to pull the trigger on the Galaxy Note 4?

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