Â Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs Motorola Droid turbo comparison: There is no 32GB motorola droid turboÂ with which to compare the Note 4, but the 64GB model costs 42,389INR which is quite low from 64GB Note 4 variant.Â The phone is already cheaper than the samsung note 4.Â That said, it’s Black Friday week, and samsungÂ could have some good smartphoneÂ deals lined up this Friday – keep an eye on our Black Friday live blog for full details.Lets have a comparable look below in details Â Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs Motorola Droid turbo comparison,Â Â specifications, price, comparison and pros and cons.
Â Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs Motorola Droid turbo comparison
|Â||Samsung Galaxy Note 4||Motorola droid turbo|
|Screen Size||5.5 inch||5.2Â inch|
|Resolution||Â Â 1440 x 2560 pixels||Â Â 1440 x 2560 pixels|
|Pixel Density||Â 515 ppi||Â 565 ppi|
|Version||Â Android 4.4||Â Android 4.4|
|Up-Gradable||Â Up-gradable toÂ 5.0||Â Up-gradable toÂ 5.0|
|Processor||8-core, 1900 MHz, ARM Cortex-A57 and ARM Cortex-A53||Quad core, 2700 MHz, Krait 450|
|GPU||Exynos Octa 7||Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 APQ8084|
|RAM||Â 3 GB RAM||Â 3 GB RAM|
|Front||3.7 MP||2.5Â MP|
|Rear||Â 16 MP||Â 20.7Â MP|
|Features||Back-illuminated sensor (BSI), Autofocus, Digital image stabilization, Optical image stabilization, Touch to focus, Manual focus, Face detection, Smile detection, Digital zoom, Geo tagging, Self-timer, Voice activation||Autofocus, Touch to focus, Face detection, Smile detection, Digital zoom, Geo tagging|
|Internal||Â 32 GB||64GB|
|External||Â upto 128Â GB||Â NO|
|Wi-Fi||Â Yes||Â Yes|
|Bluetooth||Â Yes||Â Yes|
|NFC||Â Yes||Â Yes|
|USB||Â Yes (Micro USB)||Â Yes (Micro USB)|
|mAh||3200 mAh||3900Â mAh|
|Stand-By||Â 30.7 days (737 hours)||41.7 days|
|Price||Â 58,000Â INR||43,000 INR|
Â Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs Motorola Droid turbo comparison
Design and Display:
The 5.65 x 2.89 x 0.44 inches , 176g droid turboÂ has more thickness as compared to samsung note 4 which hasÂ 6.04 x 3.09 x 0.33 inches. But some key factors such as price and the display and camera are also to be considered which Â are detailed below.
Motorola Droid turboÂ Â has addressed this with reachability. A double-tap of the Home button causes the top half of the Motorola Droid turbo 5.2 inch screen to slide down, bringing even the furthest elements within reach when used in one hand. Samsung’s Multi Window and pop-up window features can also be used in this respect, but you’re far more likely to use this phablet in two hands – particularly when used with the S Pen.
Samsung’s Note 4 also has a metal frame, but it’s obvious only at the edges. A flimsy faux-leather textured rear cover makes it feel a little cheap. On the plus side a removable rear panel makes for a removable battery, too.
The metal Droid turboÂ Â has the better build quality. Its newly rounded edges and low weight make it feel more manageable in the hand and smaller than it actually is, although we don’t like the way its camera protrudes slightly at the rear.
The note 4Â boosts up with 8-core, 2000 MHz, ARM Cortex-A57 and ARM Cortex-A53, 64-bit with a 3072Â MB of RAM which is one of the fastest processors out there for mobile devices Â fitted inside intending for an non affordable price tag and with respectable performance with the Â Adreno 430 GPU .While the Droid turbo features a Quad core, 2700 MHz, Krait 450Â with aÂ GPU of Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 APQ8084. When we work on the phones then we found that the note 4Â takes a lead in terms of processor speedÂ as the droid turboÂ boosts up with the high performance intending octa core processor where the other one uses quad core processor. So the note 4Â here again let us choose it Â over droid turbo.
The 20.7Â MP front Â camera found on the droid turboÂ is almost identical to that of the moto X, except that it uses digital rather than optical image stabilisation. By comparison, the 16Mp Note 4 uses Smart OIS. Each has their plus points, with the droid turboÂ able to shoot time-lapse video and slow-mo at 240fps, and the Note 4 capable of 4K recording.
Photos taken by either device are sharp with good exposure and accurate colours.In terms of the front-facing camera we think Samsung has done the better job, with a 3.7Mp snapper with a Wide Selfie mode and the ability to shoot full-HD video. droid turbo’s video calling HD alternative is a 1.2Mp camera that shoots 720p HD video.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 has by far the bigger battery in this comparison, with a 3220mAh cell against droid turbo 3900mAh. While the note 4Â could last a day with careful use, the droid turboÂ will last a day and then some.
Both phones are fast to charge, but the Note 4 faster, able to reach 50 percent in 30 minutes. Meanwhile, droid turboÂ gets to 50 percent in one hour.
The Note 4’s battery is removable, too, which will appeal to many users (we prefer to use a power bank). Samsung also offers an Ultra Power Saving mode, which longs out the last little bit of juice by switching off screen colors and inessential features.
Samsung takes back that lead in connectivity. droid turboÂ has finally added NFC to its phones, but only for online payers who use net banking, which right now isn’t of any use in the UK. The Note 4’s NFC is therefore of more use.
Both are 4G phones, with the droid turboÂ supporting more bands for roaming but the Note 4 theoretically faster with Cat 6 (up to 300Mb/s) rather than Cat 4 (up to 150Mb/s) 4G. The pair also support 802.11ac Wi-Fi (2×2 MIMO for Samsung), Bluetooth 4.0 (4.1 for the Note 4) and GPS. The Note 4 adds MHL, an IR blaster and Samsung’s Download Booster, which combines the power of 4G and Wi-Fi for faster downloads.
Both these smartphones have fingerprint scanners, but only the Samsung is sold with a built-in heart-rate monitor and UV sensor, and comes with an S Pen stylus.
Conclusion whether which one is the best:
The droid turboÂ features a machined aluminium body that wraps around the sides making for a 90 per cent metal finish. There will be manyÂ colors available: Black, and white. It’s a triumph of design, it looks stunning and feels sensational to hold.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 is a little pricier than the entry-level iPhone 6, but it works out better value when you take into account storage and the fact its price will quickly fall. It has a better screen, better connectivity options, better battery life, a better front camera and although it might not be as fast as the droid turbo, it’s certainly fast enough.
There are plenty of reasons to choose the droid turbo, though, including better build quality, faster performance and, as some people might argue, a better operating system.
Each phone has their unique characteristics, but it becomes abundantly clear that the droid turboÂ simply has more features. Shared features between the two phones include the IR blaster and microSD card slot, thatâ€™s all! In terms of exclusive features, the droid turboÂ boasts a finger print sensor, heart rate sensor, removable battery, and an S-Pen stylus â€“ while the Note 4 has dual front-firing Â Boom Sound speakers with Dolby Audio Surround support.The droid turboÂ offers a wider range of features and comes with great connectivity, a stunning display, plenty of power and a camera that performs well.Working on the latest operating system and with the usage of high speed processors will take hearts of android lovers.
As per price, the Samsung GAlaxy Note 4 is available at Rs 58,000Â INR (priced too high)and the droid turboÂ available in India at a price tag of 43,000 INR.