Samsung Galaxy Note 4 captures all four seasons in a breathtaking 4K video
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 phablet is in the spotlight yet again and this time around the high-end device boasts its enhanced video recording capabilities while shooting a beautiful all seasons video from the heights of the sky. This year hasn’t been one the most fortunate in terms of revenues for the Korean giant, as their Galaxy S5 flagship was poorly received on markets worldwide, selling in 40% fewer units than it was originally anticipated. Nevertheless, Samsung has made a name for itself in recent years for delivering state of the art mobile devices and developing revolutionary technologies, and the company deserves all the credit for this. Talking about high-performing devices, the Galaxy Note 4 is certainly one of the best Samsung has to offer.
The Note 4 is the star of a new 4K video which shows off the phablet’s visual rendering quality via a flying drone deployed across New South Wales in Australia, Exuma in Bahamas, New York and British Columbia, Canada. The powerful Galaxy Note 4 showcases amazing video recording capabilities as it captures all four seasons throughout different corners of the world. Samsung has done a great job in implementing the optical image stabilization that works in tandem with the Note 4’s enhanced 4K capabilities to offer a great visual experience, as seen in the video below. While the Galaxy Note 5 is scheduled to hit the market next year with a host of new features and in-house graphics and processing chips, Samsung aims to make the most of its Galaxy Note 4, as a final build of Android 5.0 Lollipop is scheduled to arrive soon on the device. Meanwhile, take a look at the breathtaking all seasons video shot using the Note 4:
As you may recall, Samsung has announced they will diminish their presence on the smartphone market for the following year, and this may translate into better crafted devices, sensing that better quality will be stressed rather than a high production volume. All said and done, Samsung will continue to maintain a strong position on the market thanks to their extensive manufacturing know-how and marketing strategy.
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