A few days ago Samsung mocked Apple about the iPhone 6 bendgate issues. Now the South Korea Samsung Galaxy Note 4 model is under scrutiny about some serious display problem.
Some South Korean customers have reported that the recent model Samsung there is a gap between the screen and the frame of the equipment, according to the site IT Today. The publication shows a pair of images in this separation in the Galaxy Note 4 can insert a card or two pieces of A4 paper.
Last week several Apple users on YouTube posted videos where the iPhone 6 Plus were shown to be bendable with the force of your hands or if stored too long in the pocket.
Apple acknowledged last Thursday that only nine customers had complained because their teams seemingly bent. The nine bent iPhones are not exactly an epidemic, as Apple sold a record 10 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in its first weekend of sales.
Apple said the new devices are tested and are reinforced with steel and titanium. He added that they have “the strongest screen in the smartphone industry” and that their aluminum bodies have great strength.
Logically, it is a serious mistake because this gap can accumulate dust and dirt, and even let the water into the smartphone.
Apparently, Samsung is already aware of the problem, and it looks like it will fix it before the release in the West, scheduled for October.
The new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Quad HD has a 5.7-inch AMOLED screen and 2K resolution with a powerful Exinos 5433 8-core processor 1.9 GHz in the Asian version, and CPU Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 to 2.7 GHz West.
With 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. 16 Mpix camera with lens Sony IMX240 and Dual-LED flash and a front camera 3.7 Mpix. f 1.9 opening.
No doubt it will be one of the best smartphones of the moment, when it goes on sale …