The Note 4 is only available in a 32GB model and at $599 SIM-free, it doesn’t come cheap. The iPhone 6 Plus in comparison starts from $619 for the 16GB model moving to $699 for the 64GB model and a whopping $789 for the 128GB 6 Plus. That’s a whole lot of money to own an iPhone 6 Plus, even at the entry-level price. If you wanted to match the Apple’s top-end storage capacity an additional 128GB microSD card is going to cost you around $60 pushing the Note 4 up around the $660 mark, which is still cheaper than the 64GB iPhone 6 Plus. If I were you I would get the Galaxy Note 4 simply because everything about the phone is very clear and worth every dollar.