Even Steve Jobs was involved in the developing patent wars between Apple and Samsung. In one statement, he said I would spend all my money if necessary, but I wouldn't let Samsung steal from Apple.
Steve was right in a way, but he wasn't tough enough to stop Samsung. The trials were lagging and Samsung had already released the phones.
Samsung didn't have a problem with paying patent fines anyway. Samsung was aware that moving away from the market would cost more than patent fines.
Anyway, I mean, Samsung was always one step behind Apple. Apple made innovation and Samsung was just following it. I think this is different in Note 4.
Samsung has officially made a phone that never breaks. I used Note 4 for 4 years. And I never took a ranger's case.
I dropped my phone several times, but it never broke. This situation now eliminates the fear that if the phone falls on my brain, it will break.
But I have to regain the awareness that the phones are broken because my new phone is the iPhone and it costs very expensive if it breaks.
Now you know what the Note 4 sim card size is. Have a nice day.