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Posted: 06/10/20 05:59am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I need to replace my Samsung Note 4. I like the features of this phone, it has a great camera and storage can be added with a micro sd card. Is there a comparable phone that you would recommend? Thanks in advance. dreamer.


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I would go with a Note 10


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If you want another phone with the stylus the other alternatives are
Samsung note 8 9 or 10 or 10+
LG stylo 3 , 4, or 5
Motorola motoG stylus.
And I think Huwaei or another chinese maker has some too.
All available with reviews from amazon or BestBuy As well as reviews on various web sources.

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Posted: 06/10/20 11:07am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If you’ve had good results with the Note 4, suggest you buy the newest version of the same phone.


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Posted: 06/10/20 08:15pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I would say stick to the Note also.If your carrier is T Mobile you might get a good deal, or if you switch to them you get a good deal. I have a Note 9 for a year and a half, and their already offering me $500 dollar off on a new phone.


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I recently replaced my Note 4 with the Note 10+. I like it. Figure out what you want and hope there's a July 4th sale.

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I still have 3 Samsung Note 4 on different networks. The main reason I resist upgrading is that it has built-in IR, so can control all my wireless devices, including legacy models. Came in handy at work when I forget to bring the remote for our new ceiling mounted Panasonic laser projectors in our conference rooms, as the Medialon touchscreen control was still being installed. Took less than a minute to add Panasonic to my Android remote app, which gave full operation/setup control. I've been told that Samsung dropped IR in smartphones due to complaints of people changing the channels at sport bars/restaurants? Though don't know if this is true?

I also like the fact that you can easily replace the battery, and have added internal wireless charging pads to all my Note 4. Just drop the Note 4 in a wireless charging cradle at home/work.

The Note 4 processor/screen res. are both still fairly comparable to newer models. So personally, not motivated to upgrade mine.

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