Staying faithful 3 years with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Camera

Why The note 4?

Even 3 years later, this once flagship phone still has multiple factors that makes it still in some ways superior to phones that are bought today. The camera in particular, still holds its own in comparison to other flagship phones.

Buck's Lake, 2016

Highway 9, 2016

The glow from the sun is radiating with color, that gives the photo an enhanced vibrancy

Beach Boardwalk, 2015

Even with washed out colors, there is still a nice smooth image taken that does not become dry or dull.

Light The Night Walk, 2016

In a low light atmosphere, the Note 4 still retains different shades of colors that still pop. The colors aren't fading, but in fact are vivid.

The solid 16MP rear-facing camera is equipped with Optical Image Stabilization technology

Although it is not the best phone out anymore, I still love my Note 4 and will create more memories with it

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3. I think we will access the web from the technology we are currently experimenting with currently. Products like the Oculus Rift, the HTC Vive, and other virtual reality mediums are a whole world awaiting to be taken by the web. Instead of a simple scroll down website, you are IN the website. I cannot even start with all the concepts that are unique to VR. Utilizing full space unlike moving vertically, immersive experience if you are trying to sell a hotel room perhaps, in seat preview before buying sports tickets, etc. These are just a couple ideas that sprouted in my head in a minute, I would love to see how companies could use VR as a tool to expand the web experience.

4. Design is important to the future of the web because every design feature shapes the road the internet is heading down. Without variety, without customization, there would just be the same websites over and over again. There would be the same color schemes, same logotypes, same fonts, etc. It is healthy when we have billions of people contributing to the internet and keep it fresh. I don't think the internet will ever cease to exist, because there can never be enough on the web.


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