Let’s kick things off with the latest entry in Samsung’s productivity-focused Galaxy Note line. The Galaxy Note 4 triumphs over its predecessor in every way, with a faster processor, more potent 16MP/3.7MP rear/front cameras, a snazzy metal band encircling the frame, and a ridonkulous 2560×1400 resolution crammed into its 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display.
But the Note is nothing without its S Pen stylus. To that end, Samsung’s packed new functionality into the Note 4’s software to enable simultaneous cutting and pasting from far-flung sources, easier window resizing, and selecting multiple items at once.
Samsung also announced the Galaxy Note Edge, a 5.6-inch device largely similar to the Note 4, but with a curve on the right edge of the screen. That curve is used as a secondary display for launching apps, scrolling notifications, and more. Florence Ion went hands-on with the Note 4 and Note Edge here.