Samsung has been at the front with both its Galaxy and Galaxy Note series of handsets. Smartphones from both the series have had a great user feedback in recent times. And Samsung has only recently released its brand new Galaxy Note 4 phablet.
While the new Note 4 has been one of the highlight phones of 2014, there are a few others who have also been pitted as the best in the market. However, the Note 4, like the others, comes with its own set of goodies and features that makes it stand apart from the crowd.
But while the Note 4 is an impressive handset, more impressive are its features that have been built into the handset. So here's a look at the top 5 tips and tricks for the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
The Ultra Power Saving Mode feature allows you to use the last bit of juice left on your phone for the most essential situations. Once in place, it makes the display render a grey color and even turns off networking. You can enable it by heading over to Settings -- Power saving -- Ultra power saving mode and tapping the "Ultra power saving mode switch".
There's a built-in Car Mode that comes with the new Note 4. The basic purpose of this is to enable safety while driving while accessing your phone without the need of touching it. You can find the Car Mode in the quick settings panel. Tap Car mode and follow the on-screen instruction to complete the setup.
There are a lot of features inside the Note 4 that allows for a more effective one-handed operation via the phone. All these features can be found in settings and the one-handed operations menu. There's the "Reduce screen size" feature that lets you shrink the screen to the right corner. Also, the "One-handed input" lets you adjust the size of the dialpad.
If the Note 4 and its interface ever seem complicated to you, you can always make use of the Easy Mode. Enabling it offers you a simple menu layout with bigger icons. Easy Mode has been tucked away in the settings.
Once you open the camera app, you will be welcomed by the option to choose more and more new camera modes Samsung put up as optional download. You can check them out by opening the Camera app, going over to Modes, and swiping until you reach Download. Try them out!