Samsung Galaxy Note 4

  • The Galaxy Note 5 is the first version of the stylus-toting phablet that has an all-premium build. Let's see how it compares to last year's model, the Note 4.
  • With the first round of 2015 flagship phones hitting store shelves, we thought this would be a good time to revisit our Smartphone Comparison Guide. Join us as we run down the features and specs of some of the top phones you can buy today.
  • The HTC One M9 doesn't, at first glance, look like a huge update over last year's One M8, but that doesn't necessarily mean it won't be an outstanding phone. Let's see how its features and specs compare to those of one of the best phones of 2014, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
  • If you're on the fence between buying a "regular" (but still pretty big) smartphone and a supersized smartphone (aka phablet), then the Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge and Galaxy Note 4 might be on your radar. Let's compare the three phones' features and specs.
  • Samsung's Galaxy Note series has been around for four generations now. Maybe you're hanging onto an older model, and wondering if the Note 4 is worth the upgrade? Or perhaps you just want to see how much the quintessential phablet has evolved through the years? Read on, as Gizmag compares them all.
  • It's harder than ever for smartphone makers to differentiate their devices, so we're seeing more experiments (of questionable value) like curved screens. Let's look at the features and specs of the latest curved-screen phone, the LG G Flex 2, next to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
  • VR
    In our product comparisons, we line up consumer gear and do our best to help you make up your mind. But this one is a little different. The Oculus Rift DK2 isn't a consumer product, but there could be value in seeing how the Samsung Gear VR, which is a consumer product, measures up with it.
  • VR
    2014 saw smartphones get bigger and faster, with sharper screens and better cameras (like every other year). But we did see some significant changes this year. Join Gizmag for a look back at the mobile and wearable stories of the year.
  • VR
    When we met with Oculus VR earlier this year, the team mentioned that future versions of the Rift headset could skip the PC, and instead use mobile devices for brains. Now we see what they were cooking up. Read on, as Gizmag reviews Oculus' collaboration with Samsung, the Gear VR Innovator Edition.
  • 2014 was quite the year for smartphones. Just when it looked like they had plateaued in all the key areas, phone-makers hit us with several amazing handsets during the last few months of the year. Join Gizmag, as we break down our five favorite smartphones of 2014.
  • If you're shopping for a huge phone this holiday season, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Google Nexus 6 are two of your best options. Let's take a quick hands-on look at the two phablets.
  • We've seen so many great smartphones this year, it isn't easy to pick just one. Let Gizmag try to help with your decision, as we compare the features and specs of some of the best smartphones of 2014.