The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is Samsung's latest flagship device which will priced at $739.99 (roughly Rs. 48,400) for the 32GB variant, and $839.99 (roughly Rs. 54,800) for the 64GB variant.The spec sheet of the device looks promising as it is a true successor of the Note 4 and also has combined a few features of the Galaxy S6 as well. Here we are listing a few intriguing features of the Note 5 that makes it to stand apart from the rest of the crowd.
Gorgeous Design- The Galaxy Note 5 comes with full metal and glass build showcasing a very premium device. The device feels much thinner and lighter than the Note 4 as it measures just 7.6 mm thin and a weight of 171 grams. There is barely any bezel to spot on and it makes us wonder how a phablet can be this compact
Samsung claims that the device will be easy for one-handed use as the rear is slightly curved at the sides which allows the device to rest comfortably on your palm. Much of the design is similar to its predecessor Note 4. in contrast to the Note 4's metal surround the metal and glass look on Note 5 will be the most high-end finish of all the Note line-ups so far.
Stunning Display - Featuring a 5.7 inch super AMOLED panel with a QHD 2560x1440 pixels, the Note 5 showcases ultra-sharp visual quality. Samsung has been going on improving the AMOLED display with each premium products to stay much ahead of the competition. The contrast, color, brightness and the viewing angles are all exceptional. Viewing under direct sunlight never posed as a hurdle as the screen was bright enough for it.
Powerful Processor and performance - With Samsung's own 14nm 64-bit Exynos Octa Core processor and a generous 4 GB of RAM, the Note 5 is now the world's most powerful smartphone.
Using a Note 5 will be the smoothest smartphone experience ever. Swapping between apps, playing high-graphics game, performing multiple tasks was as light as a feather.
The Exynos processor should be more efficient than the Snapdragon. The Snapdragon 805 in the Note 4 was a considerably good processor. The Exynos processor is good when it comes to heat reduction and lesser battery consumption.
TouchWiz – Samsung’s own UI is still going strong on the Note 5 but, just like on the rest of the Galaxy range, it’s much better than before. Under the UI layer is Google’s latest version of the world’s most popular mobile operating system – Android 5.1.1.
All the shortcuts which you are used to on a Note phone using the S Pen are there, letting you access key settings and apps quickly and efficiently. In fact it feels that the S Pen is faster than ever at displaying menus.
Better Battery life - The Note 5 comes loaded with a 3,00mAh battery which is non-removable. The battery will be able to support the efficient processor for a whole day of power operations.
Samsung's Power Saving mode will be definitively a boost to its performance. Providing support to Quick Charging and Wireless charging the device will be able to charge 27% faster than the S6 and S6 Edge.
Galaxy Note 5 is the most compact phablet so far with some killer features
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