Comparing the Display Features of the Galaxy Note 4 and iPhone 6 Plus.

With a month in the books the reviews are in on the Galaxy Note 4, and one of the top Galaxy Note specs to date is the quad HD screen display.

The new display has a screen resolution of 2560 x 1440 and a 518 ppi. This is a significant enhancement of the Galaxy Note 4 display, which was rated the top screen display of any smartphone prior to the new Phablet release.

Apple burst onto the scene in 2015 as the idea to get bigger and better helped create the concept of the Apple iPhone Plus. The iPhone Plus screen display is equally amazing as it sports a 5.5″ retina HD display with a 1920 x 1080 screen resolution, and 401 ppi. The contrast, brightness, and clarity of the retina display has helped make the bigger iPhone Plus stand-out.

Both the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 display and the screen display of the Apple iPhone Plus have amazing visual appeal. Apple’s retina HD iPhone 6 display and the quad HD Galaxy Note 4 display have helped set the industry standards. The UV light within the retina display has a much higher contrast that creates a clearer text, and sharper color and dark quality.

Both Apple and Samsung continue to push the envelope as far as new innovations and technology, as the upcoming Galaxy Note 5 and iPhone 6s Plus look to extend on the current models. As other phones look to follow in the footsteps of the original Phablet, it will be interesting to see just how far the Note series will continue to change the industry.