@Johnnyfootball2014 @jumpman23 Decent phone, but the display is outdated. It uses an LCD screen (IPS type) but most new high end devices use AMOLED, which is much more brilliant and better on power usage. As an example, the one on the left is AMOLED, the one on the right is LCD IPS: The V10 also has 6 cores so more processing power. It has 64GB of storage and the microSD can support larger cards so plenty of storage. It also has 1 GB more RAM than the Note4. It has equivalent camera stats. It has kind of a small battery at only 3000mAh. Note 4 is 3220. The fingerprint scanner is on the back so kind of neat. It doesn't have a heart rate monitor like the Note 4 if you care about that sort of thing. It's a little heavier than the Note 4, but still not very heavy. It doesn't have MHL to mirror your screen, but not many people use it honestly. The GPU (graphics processor) got really poor scores on the benchmark tests, well below Note 4, 5, S6, iPhone 6, etc. Overall it looks like a solid device with different strengths and weaknesses. I would call it an upgrade from the Note 4 despite the poor GPU and lack of AMOLED due to the increased processing power and additional RAM.