thetechgets:

iPhone 6 Plus vs Galaxy Note 4 specs showdown

With scores of mobile users preferring a smartphone with a big display, Apple has finally given into the demand and last night unveiled its first phablet. The 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus is the biggest in the company’s portfolio and will help Apple compete against scores of Android phablets in the market. One of the chief competitions will be Samsung’s newly-unveiled Galaxy Note 4, which by the looks of the specifications is one of the top Android smartphones. We pit the two phablets on the basis of their specifications and features.

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thetechgets:

iPhone 6 Plus vs Galaxy Note 4 specs showdown

With scores of mobile users preferring a smartphone with a big display, Apple has finally given into the demand and last night unveiled its first phablet. The 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus is the biggest in the company’s portfolio and will help Apple compete against scores of Android phablets in the market. One of the chief competitions will be Samsung’s newly-unveiled Galaxy Note 4, which by the looks of the specifications is one of the top Android smartphones. We pit the two phablets on the basis of their specifications and features.

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ifyoumustt:

This is the most interesting concept for a curved screen phone I’ve seen yet. I have so many ideas on how the side bar could be used. Imagine playing a game and not having to touch the screen where you’re looking at, instead you use the side of the screen. Or web browsing controls could be moved off to the side allowing for an almost full screen internet experience.
This is wicked, and I hope this is the future.
More Info Here: http://www.theverge.com/2014/9/3/6101097/galaxy-note-edge-samsung-announcement-curved-display-ifa

ifyoumustt:

This is the most interesting concept for a curved screen phone I’ve seen yet. I have so many ideas on how the side bar could be used. Imagine playing a game and not having to touch the screen where you’re looking at, instead you use the side of the screen. Or web browsing controls could be moved off to the side allowing for an almost full screen internet experience.
This is wicked, and I hope this is the future.
More Info Here: http://www.theverge.com/2014/9/3/6101097/galaxy-note-edge-samsung-announcement-curved-display-ifa