Galaxy Note 4: Next-Gen Phablet\'s Super AMOLED Screen to Produce Super-Accurate Colours
Galaxy Note 4: Next-Gen Phablet\'s Super AMOLED Screen to Produce Super-Accurate Colours

Samsung recently introduced its Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge. Both phones are extremely powerful on paper, boasting some of the powerful components on their respective spec sheets. But the real question is, how does all that translate into everyday performance for a user? And how does it compare to flagships from other manufacturers? Thanks to a few videos from PhoneArena, we were able to find out just that.

The Samsung Galaxy note 4 has been compared for speed with the HTC One M8, the LG G3 and Apple's iPhone 5s. Check them all out below to understand how Samsung's latest and greatest phablet holds off against the competition.

Before we get into the thick of things, here's a disclaimer: "The Galaxy Note 4 unit that participated in this race probably wasn't running a perfectly final software build, suggesting that things may be improved when the device launches officially."

Also, these are just cold start tests, which involve firing up basic apps and navigating to different areas of the phone's software. Results might be different when it comes to actual.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs Apple iPhone 5s

As odd as it sounds, Samsung's Snapdragon 805 monster appears to be a little slower than last year's iPhone 5s when it comes to basic functions. When it came to firing up apps such as contacts, messaging, and the camera, the iPhone 5s was consistently faster then its galactic counterpart.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs HTC One M8

How does the Snapdragon 801 powered HTC One M8 compare against the Snapdragon 805 powered Galaxy Note 4? Find out below.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs LG G3

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs LG G3. Snapdragon 805 vs Snapdragon 801. Which one is faster? This video shows just that.