The Galaxy Note 4 is a fantastic phablet but we’ve never thought of it as a work of art… until now. Hungarian website NapiDroid photographed the Galaxy Note 4 under a digital microscope that magnified it by between 200 to 500 times. The results are absolutely stunning as they show how incredibly cool Samsung’s flagship phablet can look from very up close.
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Here, for example, is NapiDroid’s picture of the Note 4’s front-facing camera, which looks much more like a robotic eye when photographed this close up.
The device’s main power button, meanwhile, looks like it sticks out from the Note 4’s main frame much more than it does in real life.
As for the S-Pen… well, you really can’t even tell that it’s the S-Pen at all. We’ll leave it up to you to decide what it looks like…
And finally, here’s a closeup of the device’s display. As you can see, when you get close enough to the device’s display it’s really all red, blue and green pixels mixed together to give you the gorgeous images you seen on your phone. You should also notice there are still plenty of blank spaces in between all the pixels, which means there’s still plenty of room to further enhance the pixel density on future Samsung displays.
These are just some of the gorgeous images that NapiDroid has posted. To check out the full gallery, we really recommend you click the source link below.