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Widely recognized as the best phablet on the market today, Samsung expands their Galaxy Note series into its fourth generation with this morning's announcement of the Galaxy Note 4. In case you missed the live screening from PC Mag, catch up on the newest device's top features here:
- First and foremost, the Galaxy Note 4 advances what we love most about phablets by officially creating the highest smartphone resolution available today at 2,560 x 1,440, reports Mashable. Not only is its resolution top-notch, but the "manufacturers claim it has benefits for color and contrast" as well.
- Apple may even be moving toward larger smartphone screens, a trend that New York Times says Samsung started with its first Galaxy Note (even if the size of the Note 4 did not actually exceed the size of Note 3).
- TechCrunch applauds Samsung for its "careful attention to cameras" in the Note 4, calling out the new Optical Image Stabilization along with the front-facing camera's "selfie-centric features."