Samsung Galaxy Note 4
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Not only is the Note 4 the best Samsung smartphone I've ever used, but it's also the best large-screen phone on the market -- even better than the iPhone 6 Plus.
- Gorgeous design with high-end materials
- Nice display
- Best camera in a Galaxy smartphone
- Powerful performance
- Great battery life
- Isn't waterproof
- Loudspeaker still needs work
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Samsung Galaxy Note 4
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- 87AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE10 ReviewsEngadget90Samsung Galaxy Note 4 review: the best big-screenNot only is the Note 4 the best Samsung smartphone I've ever used, but it's also the best large-screen phone on the market -- even better than the iPhone 6 Plus.CNET90The best Android phablet rules with a penThe Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will thrill anyone who loves a fast phone with a large screen, but it's best for compulsive scribblers willing to pay a lot for its winning stylus.Gizmodo90Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review: The Best at Being BiThe god-awful TouchWiz skin and poor design used to be the dealbreakers, but they're not anymore. And without those handicaps, the Note 4 is free to be truly great.The Wall Street Journal90Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review: The Phablet PioneerIt may not meet my high aesthetic standards, software-wise, but multitasking on that big, beautiful display makes the Note feel more productive and powerful than any other phablet out there.AnandTech80The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 ReviewThe Galaxy Note 4 remains one of the best phablets on the market, but whether it's the best for a given user is a matter of priorities and personal preference rather than any absolutes.Laptop Magazine80Samsung Galaxy Note 4 ReviewThe Galaxy Note 4 is a superior phablet with an ultra-sharp display, faster camera, improved multitasking and a pen you'll actually want to use.PC Mag90Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (AT&T)With a premium facelift and an eye-popping 5.7-inch Quad HD display, the Galaxy Note 4 continues Samsung's reign of phablet dominance.Wired80Samsung Galaxy Note 4While we’re still mystified by some of Samsung’s software decisions the hardware and overall experience are flagship-worthy.The Verge90Samsung Galaxy Note 4 reviewThe Note 4 is the first Samsung phone I’ve ever truly enjoyed using.Android Central90Samsung Galaxy Note 4 reviewThe Note 4 is the best device Samsung has ever made relative to what's available from others in its respective launch year — the one big question is whether or not you think you can handle the size of this phone. If you can, you'll be rewarded with one hell of a device.
- 90AVERAGE USER SCORE29 ReviewsEngadget Reader80September 28, 2015Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws. - EngadgetEngadget Reader90August 27, 2015Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The best in its category. We highly recommend it. - EngadgetEngadget Reader90July 30, 2015Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!Had the LG G4 three months ago, I ditched it for the Note 4.Best move ever.Changed launcher to Apex, swiftkey keyboard.I love my Note 4.As well with any other android phone it is very easy to use.Engadget Reader90April 16, 2015Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!Best smartphone I have had, and IMO the best out today. Awesome camera and display. Love the S Pen and the things you can do with it. Like carrying a tablet around.Engadget Reader90March 26, 2015Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The best in its category. We highly recommend it. - EngadgetEngadget Reader80February 8, 2015Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws. - EngadgetEngadget Reader90January 25, 2015Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!One of the best phones Samsung has made. Would appreciate better battery life but the option to exchange the battery negates the issue.Engadget Reader70January 22, 2015Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!several features like the fast charging, multi tasking and the spen let me to buy this device but I rather the design of the nexus 6. If you don't care about samsung's random features, just get a phone with stock android.Engadget Reader80December 22, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws. - EngadgetEngadget Reader100December 15, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!A gadget unicorn - EngadgetEngadget Reader100December 10, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!A gadget unicorn - EngadgetEngadget Reader80December 5, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!Samsung has many years of experience making devices, and it shows with the Note 4. The device has a very premium feel to it. The metal edges on the phone takes this device into Apple territory as far as materials go. I was a little skeptical about the back of the device with the faux leather or what ever it is. But it really feels good to touch, with minor finger prints that can be easily wiped away. As Samsung goes further into making phones with metal, Apple is going to have to do something and fast. The Note 4 is a really beautiful device and it really fells good in your hands, I can't say it enough.The screen is the best out, every reviewer has spoken to this and it is true. You can't do better than this 1440p Super Amoled Plus screen by Samsung. Inky blacks, very bright and sharp for an Amoled screen, puts the iPhone 6 Plus to shame.Battery life is insane, you should have seen my face while coming home from work with 60% battery left over. Turbo charging is real, the future is now! That's how you'll feel when you plug the phone up and the battery level shoots up to 20% instantly!All of my Apps work without issue, waiting on my Spigen Neo case from Amazon.Some decisions made with the software is the reason I'm thinking of returning my Note 4 only after a week. Touchwiz does look a little better than previous versions, but it's still buggy as hell. Over 30 apps from Samsung and AT&T that can't be uninstalled, only disabled. Which means they still take up space in the device storage. The last straw was a recent update that put Evernote on the phone, that can't even be disabled, WTF! Also Youtube only plays 720p, why! I expected to play some 2k or 4k Youtube videos, and I'm reduced to not even full HD on my home wifi. Settings are just overboard, needs some taming from Samsung.Home ripped blu-rays looked wonderful on the Note 4. The sound through headphones is excellent, very crisp and clear from Google Play and stock music player.My only complaint is Touchwiz and the host of apps that can't be uninstalled only disabled. Also if you do want to root your device, the Samsung Knox security software makes it nearly impossible, as of right now.Overall this is a great phone, and if you don't mind Touchwiz it's an outstanding phone, you shouldn't be disappointed either way. Like I said before I prefer stock Android:/Engadget Reader100December 5, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!I've had this phablet for almost 2 months now. I have had absolute 0 issues with the device. I did however root it and install a custom rom, but prior to that had no issues with the battery / screen / camera / connectivity. I still have no issues and my battery life is amazing. I love the fast charging option. Takes 30 minutes or less and my phone is good to go for another day.Check out my post with some pictures / mini review http://www.intergalacticgeek.com/2014/10/note-4.htmlEngadget Reader90November 22, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!I upgraded from a Galaxy S4 four weeks ago to the Note 4. Holy bejeezus I was not expecting to fall so hard for this baby. I was reluctant to choose the Note over the larger size but it's turned out to be a complete non-issue. The speed of this device, the clarity of the camera, the battery life, solid feel and beautiful screen... it just all adds up to what a dream phone should be. I purchased a cheap case off Amazon but I only use it while traveling because I don't like the extra bulk.sharjeelhkhan90November 19, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The best in its category. We highly recommend it. - EngadgetEngadget Reader90November 7, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!I love everything about this phone but the UI. I'm running the Google Now Launcher, so I don't have to look at Touchwiz. You can wake it up with a wave or an Ok Google, just like the Moto X. Best phone I've ever owned and I traded in my One M8 for it. Job well done by Samsung and the first time they've ever received my business.Engadget Reader90November 6, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!I've had my Note 4 for about two weeks now and I'm in love with it. It's got amazing features and runs faster than lightning seems like!!Engadget Reader90November 3, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The best in its category. We highly recommend it. - EngadgetEngadget Reader90October 31, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!For a little perspective, this phone was an upgrade from the Galaxy S3 for T-Mobile. Essentially if you've owned a Galaxy line phone then you'll feel right at home with this device. The plus side is you get tweaks and upgrades all around.I'll go down the line of the options that I rated. For starters the reception/call quality has been awesome, assuming I have decent cell reception or Wi-Fi reception. So that aspect is pretty straightforward.Now onto the display... OH THE DISPLAY HOW I WANT TO LOVE THEE! Look there is no doubt when you pump up the brightness on the screen it is OH TOO PURDY!! The problem I have isn't necessarily with the screen itself but with the auto brightness option. I realize that Android has yet to get this right in terms of OS but C'MON MAN!! It almost seems as if the auto brightness function has one setting and that's it. It doesn't take into account the environment and lighting that I am in to give optimal screen settings. On several occasions I have a hard time seeing the screen in low light situations.. YES I SAID LOW LIGHT... the thing is too darn dim. I often tick the auto brightness off and on just to be comfortable with what I'm looking at. Unfortunately this kills the overall joy that I want to have with the screen because the takeaway is that my battery life ends up being AWESOME! So take that for what it's worth.On that note, that's a great segue to our next area of review which is the battery. Now coming from the S3 to this has been night and day in terms of battery life. I can actually be disconnected for an entire work day with heavy use and only ever get down to about 60% which is a huge selling point in my eyes. On top of that if I ever get to below 30% I can use the awesome ultra-power saving option that showed up on the S5. In all Samsung has definitely gone out of its way to improve the battery life and it shows.So how about the camera? The camera is a major plus. As of the date of this review I havenâ€™t been able to test all shooting modes, but the Auto HDR and the panorama selfie option are leaps and bounds above any I have used in the past. The picture quality is great in normal light situations and the low light shots have worked out great for me so far. I wonâ€™t get super technical on the camera features but I will say that this is one of the best camera shooting phones on the market as of right now.On my slider scale I gave the ease of use option the lowest score. Bear with me on the reasoning but if you havenâ€™t owned a Galaxy phone or an Android phone in the past then itâ€™ll take some time to learn the location of various options. I took the â€œolder personâ€ perspective on this option in order to gain perspective. I deem a phone easy to use if I can give it to my 60+ age parents and they immediately know where to go upon holding the phone. This particular phone has a learning curve on it, but that isnâ€™t the issue with hardware, but more software. I found the settings to be a little too layered in my opinion for easy use. Couple that with the â€œnot alwaysâ€ easy menu options that the S pen brings with it and you have yourself a phone you literally need to spend time with and study. This wonâ€™t be an issue for tech minded peeps that are used to this but for others it might be something to consider.The design and form factor are good but itâ€™s not really anything innovative (Unlike the Galaxy Note Edge). If youâ€™ve seen a Samsung Galaxy device in the past then youâ€™ll immediately recognize this one. Thatâ€™s not to say thatâ€™s a bad thing because the build quality is solid and it doesnâ€™t feel like a plastic type of gimmick device. The addition of an all metal frame make it comfortable to hold and it feels like a premium product.Along with the design and form factor the next area is portability. Due to the materials used in the making of the device, I canâ€™t say it enough that the device feels solid. Donâ€™t get me wrong, the screen is HUGE but itâ€™s not overbearing. I have average size hands and I can handle the phone and operation with ease. Compared to the Note 2 and 3, this phone is slightly narrower which makes it easier to handle. I can easily fit this in a back pocket and not feel like Iâ€™m carrying a 100+ page paperback in my pocket. This thing coupled with a thin case makes it very slim.In regards to the media support, Iâ€™ve thrown several video formats at it and it processes and plays them with ease. In all honesty I had the same luck with the S3 so I have yet to see an added format that I didnâ€™t have access to play before purchasing this phone.The durability of the device seems good but I canâ€™t say with certain until Iâ€™ve owned it for at least 6 months. My guess is due to the build quality and the case it currently resides in, the phone should hold up just fine.Lastly we have the area of the ecosystem to cover. The apps for Android are a plenty so there is no lacking in that area. I cannot say that this phone offers anything more than I had before. That goes for the accessories as well. I have all the necessary accessories that I would like and need so I donâ€™t feel Iâ€™m lacking in that are either.Overall I am very pleased with my purchase and even though I have very few gripes, it does not constitute anything bad about this device. Hands down the best device on the market in my opinion.Engadget Reader100October 30, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The best phone I ever touch software will surprise you. lots of hidden features that you never hear of in a phone. It's like you are carrying your computer in the palm of your hand. The speed of the phone is the best I've seen out of all samsung phones doesn't get slow down. The Quad HD is the best for videos and movies better than your HDTV. Battery 10 big improvement it can last all day with out carrying your plug around with you.Engadget Reader90October 30, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!I am a former owner of a Note 3, and based on that I wanted a Note 4. I was stunned at the new look and build quality of the Note 4. Everywhere you look on the phone, there is detail and attention. Right down to the chamfered edges on the ear speaker, home button, and LED Flash/Heart Rate sensor array. Even the shiny grill behind the opening on the back panel for the speaker looks good. I don't have any gap issue on my Note 4.The hard buttons have a nice resistance and clicky feel to them and are themselves built well and look nice. This Cellphone seems to be built on a different planet than the Note 3. That is how big the difference is. The only negative would be that the speakerphone is now located in the back rather than the bottom, and it affects quality when the phone is on it's back. That being said, the speakerphone does seem to have more power compared to the Note 3's. Perhaps they needed to do this for adequate separation from the dual microphones on the bottom.Touch Wiz has matured and has expanded on it's feature set from what was seen on the Note 3 Settings seem to be arranged better on the Note 4 than on the Note 3, and overall Touch Wiz seems to be slimmed down slightly. It feels less like there are overlaps in settings (meaning: Touch Wiz adjustments are clustered in one place, but same settings in stock Android are clustered elsewhere).The screen at first looks the same as the Note 3, but when viewing photos and looking at websites, the QHD screen is stunning. It is more than bright enough at full brightness, but also goes dim enough for a dark room for extended reading.The rear camera has excellent resolution in bright settings, but does have smudging and noisy characteristics in low light. The OIS makes a huge difference and was a deal maker for me in deciding to purchase this phone. The selfie cam is very sharp and has a wide field of view. The Wide Selfie setting is nice and seems to work well most of the time. Very cool.Battery life seems as good as the Note 3's despite the QHD screen.The Snapdragon 805 processor seems unchallenged so far.When I heard Micro USB 3.0 was being replaced by regular Micro USB, I took it as a step back. But really, why did I need USB 3.0? I never "needed" it. All file transfers are done wireless, and I always worried about the width of that Micro USB 3.0 harming the phone, becoming lose, shorting out. The opening it needed at the bottom of the phone was too big. With the Note 4, there is a solid almost "Apple Lightening" like Click and positive solid attachment. Micro USB 3.0 had no positive click attachment about it, and always seemed to want to slip out if I picked the Note 3 up from the table. Micro USB as done on the Note 4 is a big step forward.I do agree with other reviews that the faux leather back is better without the faux stiching. Have you ever seen plastic resemble leather better than this?The S Pen has been improved as well, but I notice the extra software touches that have been added and refined to the Note 4 more than even the "pressure sensitivity" improvement. For example, S Note is more of a default native app for generalized note taking versus the Note 3's "Action Memo". The natural option to tie-in with Evernote works perfectly.Overall, it seems like every single piece of what a cellphone is, has been improved on the Note 4. I am a former Apple iPhone owner, and I had the 3g, the 3gs, and the 4. I watched as the 4s, the 5, 5s, and the 5c were released. I thought the 5 series screens were not ideal and could not understand the reasoning behind them. The want for a larger screen lead me to Android and the Note 3. I haven't looked back since. The ability to customize my phone (widgets that are live tiles on the home screens, for example) make a massive difference. The Note 4 in my opinion has widened the gap (no pun intended....and there is NO gap issue with my Note 4), between what Apple is doing and what Android and Samsung (and LG and Sony and HTC, etc., etc.) are doing. Apple's build quality, ecosystem, and ease of use are standout, so Apple continues to make an excellent product as well. With that being said, Google Now's power on an Android cellphone is a life changing experience. To me, even with those who don't favor Touch Wiz, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is at the very pinnacle of the power of mobile connectivity and usefulness.Engadget Reader90October 30, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!This is without a doubt the best phone I have ever owned. I recently upgraded from a Galaxy S3 and the difference is night and day. The GS3 was a good phone, but the Note 4 is blazing fast, without a hint of lag or UI stutter. It nearly triples the battery life of the GS3 and the screen is so much better that I feel almost blind going back and using my GS3 to transfer files.The S-pen is a pretty incredible tool for artists and business users. It is fully pressure sensitive and using it is very similar to using a Wacom digitizer, especially since the screen is such a high resolution. Everything you draw looks smooth and sharp. The S-pen is also very handy for taking notes and there are some cool apps that will translate your handwriting into editable text which makes note taking, email, etc. very quick and easy.Physically the phone looks and feels like a premium device. It has solid weight but isn't to heavy. It feels solid, and the screen, metal rim and "leather" back come together to give the phone a high-end appearance. The leather back is actually polycarbonate plastic, but on the black model it has a soft coating that makes it FEEL like real leather.People may complain about the size of the phone, but if you are buying a Note 4 you know you are buying a large device so I think people need to get over it. There are smaller phones available if that is what you need. At first I was afraid this phone would be too large for me, but using it one-handed is easier than you would think. First the phone is well balanced so it feels good to hold, even without a case. Typing is also a great experience on this phone, as the keyboard is bigger to match the larger screen. I find myself much less often hitting the wrong key and relying on auto-correct to fix my error.Next there are some clever software features that make one-handed use easy such as the "reduce screen size" feature that can be activated by sliding your thumb from the edge of the screen, to the center, and then back to the edge. This "windows" the entire UI and allows you to scale the window so that you can reach every screen control with your thumb. You can do this from either side of the phone so it is good for lefties & righties.There is also a "side key panel" that can duplicate the hardware Android button functions if you find them too hard to use at the bottom of the phone. You can position this almost anywhere and it acts like a floating dock over most apps and the home screen so you always have it accessible. it slides into the side of the screen with a small arrow visible so you an tap it to bring these buttons up whenever you need them.There are a lot of clever features such as these that make the phone easy to use despite its large size. These features combined with an amazing screen, incredible battery life and solid construction make this a hard phone to beat!Engadget Reader90October 30, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The best in its category. We highly recommend it. - EngadgetJames100October 30, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The build quality is finally what it should be for a top end phone. I mainly bought this for the battery life and screen size/quality, but I have been pleasantly surprised by the build quality with the new metal frame and the camera. Due to the size of the phone, I prefer the new flat edges that make it much easier to hold. I've never dropped it and don't feel uncomfortable using it with one hand. What's crazy is compared to the iPhone 6+ this phone is much, much easier to hold and just doesn't feel as big. I still feel like the samsung apps are over the top, and I switched to Nova Launcher pretty much on day 2 because I just couldn't take the touchwiz launcher. If you are wondering, all the pen functions still work with a new launcher so you really don't lose anything by switching. I would highly recommend doing so.I come from a samsung s3 and was really concerned about battery life as I couldn't make it through a day, but it's stellar on the note 4. I have never even had the slightest problem with making it through an entire day. Worst case I finish my day with 60% left and that is my top usage. Most days I am at about 75% when I go to bed.Other than the droid turbo, I feel like this the best phone on the market. I'm not saying the turbo is better but more a personal preference. I feel like your decision comes down to do you want a phablet or a 5.2 inch phone. If you go with the note 4 you are not making a mistake at all.Engadget Reader100October 30, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!I've had the Note 4 for a week now so can say what works and what doesn't. I'll break it into pros cons and mehs, but the bottom line is I'm very happy with what I can do on this phone. My work colleges are really jealous. I'd rate it a 93 for the features I really want and need in a phone.ProsSCREEN! - OMG the screen is lovely! And that's coming from a photographer. I have criticized Samsung on past screens for being way to green and over saturated, but this one is very close to spot on. Movies, pictures and text look great. I highly recommend for those with less than perfect sight that want to actually read on their phone. I actually enjoy reading news and books on it and have watched movies too.Camera; really marvelous. The OIS works well and images have plenty of detail. It still won't replace a DSLR but it's damn good for a phone! It's as good as some point and shoots.Battery. I should say batteries as I now have 2 that can be swapped. Given normal use with about 2 hours of having the screen on a day taking notes, reading email IMing, surfing etc and I can safely say I'll normally will only need to charge the phone every other day. If I were to switch to ultra battery saver mode at night, I might even be able to hit a week between the 2 batteries.Pen. The pen is really useful. I find that I can Swype even faster and more accurately with it. I was able to take LOTS of notes in Evernote during a training session with accuracy better than any other hand held device I've used and I've used a lot!Drawing. Sketching and drawing really are a pleasure on this phone. I'm no graphic artist, but I've already make a few sketches and some calligraphy.Dual screen and dedicated app button. The menu button has been replaced with a previous app button that allows you to flip quickly through open apps. Makes cutting and pasting info very easy. Even better is if the apps allow for dual screen. On a screen this size, it's actually useable. Dual screen also works with a second party skin Nova Launcher.Volume. The speaker is really loud and calls were clear and loud on both ends.Reception. I get great LTE and Wi-Fi signals.128gb SDHC card. Yes, for those that were curious the Note 4 does take the Sandisk 128GB cards with no problem.Fingerprint unlock works. Sometimes it does take to swipes as I'm not always careful, but it's still faster than entering a password and more secure than using the pattern.Ergonomics. Despite the size, I find holding and using the phone comfortable and I have small hands for a guy. It's light and thin and doesn't feel any different in my pocket than my old S4.Fast charging. It really does charge fast; I went from 0 to 15% in 12 minutes.SD card changeable without removing the battery.Wireless charging comparable. There should be a few 3rd party options coming out as well as Samsung's.ConsLocked SD card. Once again Google locks the SD card down so you can't edit it directly. I haven't found a workaround yet. This probably isn't a phone CON as much as it is Google.Accessories like the wireless charging back and external battery charger aren't available as of October 2014 but at least are on their way. The Samsung ones are pricy too.No stereo speakers.Samsung/T-Mobile bloatware. It's stocked with apps that you may not want including Facebook. You can't delete them either.Not water/dust proof.No USB 3.0. Seriously Sammie though it was a good idea to back to USB 2.0?!MehThe heart-rate monitor is a gimmick in my opinion and not that accurate. An altimeter or barometer would have been nicer.Backside speaker. Though plenty loud, it would have been nicer on the front or better yet, the sides.Samsung apps. They way Samsung implements apps makes me nervous. I decided to not use my Samsung account on this phone.App compatibility. Most apps have no problem on the phone and a few noteworthy ones can even be used on the dual screen like K9 orK10 email. However some just won't work like Adobe Photoshop and PS Lite. The first isn't compatible and the second just crashes.IR Blaster. Also kind of pointless in my opinion, but whatever.Engadget Reader90October 29, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!My first Phablet. The size took some getting used to but Samsung has made the max of the real estate. Personalization is easy. Love the wider selfie ability. The phone is fast and allows for multitasking. Also it comes with 32GB but has a slot for a microSDEngadget Reader100October 29, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!A gadget unicorn - EngadgetEngadget Reader100October 28, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!Coming from S3 and S4 purchased the s5 a week ago took it back and got the Note 4 this phone is pretty awesome it has so many hidden features!! I have no complaints I love it!! The videos are pretty amazing as well.Engadget Reader70October 25, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!My Galaxy Note 4 sucks because in less than 6 days the lens protecting the beautiful 16 megapixel camera has shattered. Now it's worthless as a camera which is one of the top 3 reasons I bought this phone. $89 to fix $100 insurance copay. Why bother. Right.Not waterproof, no usb3 like the Galaxy S5. Shame on Samsung for going backwards in innovation.Another main reason I bought this phone is that I had the Galaxy S2 for 3 years without a problem until this Sept when it started having trouble with the power button. (Just worn out.),That's what I expected from Samsung. Wear it out craftsmanship. But not this time.I have heard the same comments about the S5 (the lens breaks way to easy).Is this Samsung's LENS GATE?Stock up on the lens protectors and or get a case that completely shrouds the phone making it cumbersome to take pics.Good luck.
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