The Top 5 Samsung Galaxy Note 4 accessories

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 is arguably the best Android phablet money can buy… but what if you want more? How can you enhance your Note 4 experience? Here’s our pick of the top five accessories for the device.
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Sennheiser Momentum In-Ear Headphones

First off, you’re going to want a decent pair of headphones to listen to music on your new phone. And this is where Sennheiser might deliver. Here’s how it describes the Momentum In-Ear headphones:

MOMENTUM IN-Ear is fusing elegant ergonomic design with new class-leading proprietary transducer technology from Sennheiser to deliver the MOMENTUM sound signature: A powerful bass response, detailed vocal projection and a great sound stage. It’s an incredible listening experience in the smallest, most compact form.

Features and benefits:

  • Custom machined stainless steel acoustic pipes for more accurate sound
  • High-quality dynamic speaker system and excellent attenuation of ambient noise
  • Personalised fit directly into the ear canals (ear adapters in different sizes included)
  • Available in two variants with a 3-button in-line remote with an integrated mic optimised for either Apple iOS or Samsung Galaxy smart devices
  • Two-toned, elliptical cable for a tangle-free listening experience
  • Convenient premium carrying case included
  • 2-year warranty
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S View Cover

Samsung S-View Pattern Cover Case for Galaxy Note 4

Next you’re going to want a decent case for your phone. One of the nicest features in Samsung’s flavour of Android is the window-viewing mode – as you can see above. Without having to open the case you can still see who is calling, what your latest notifications are and even take a photo.

Samsung’s official S-View cases come in a wide variety of colours and start at £36.94 on Amazon.
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KitSound BoomBar Universal Portable Rechargeable Stereo Bluetooth Wireless Sound System

If you’re looking for the perfect device to play tunes from your phone aloud then look no further than the KitSound BoomBar – just three hours charging with deliver 20 hours of playback over bluetooth. And there’s line-in too for if you want to connect other devices (like your old iPod with a clickwheel).

Bizarrely we’re living in a world where all this costs is £24.95 – less than a case for the phone!
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Samsung Gear Live Smartwatch

If you want a smartwatch to go with your phone, then the Gear Live is probably the one to get. Whilst Samsung have approximately 50 billion different models of watch (minor exaggeration), the Gear Live runs on Google’s Android Wear platform, so it will be the most widely supported in terms of apps.

The benefit is pretty simple: No need to take your massive phone from your pocket, when you can get a quick glance at notifications and other information on the go. What’s more, it offers contextual controls – so you can mute a Facebook conversation in a tap, or send quick responses to text messages using preset options.

The Gear Live looks set to be around £200.
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Samsung Gear VR

If you have a Note 4, did you know it can be used to step into virtual reality? Samsung partnered with Oculus Rift to develop this headset: All you have to do is mount your phone in front and you can participate in a number of different VR “experiences”. (Samsung hasn’t deigned to call them games).

Whilst the Gear VR is clearly in the early stages of its life – it could be the next big thing for gaming. Maybe, anyway.
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James O’Malley