Samsung Note 5 Review
Samsung is one of the largest telecommunications manufacturers since 1969. The headquarters of Samsung is in South Korea where they not only make mobile phones, but they also specialize in televisions, semiconductors, refrigerators and much more. They initially released their first Smartphone back in 2009 and their first Android tablet in 2010. The Samsung Note 5 was launched in August 2015 with a 5.70 inch touch screen display that has a resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels.
The Display and Design
Like most Samsung phones, the Samsung Note 5 has a very sleek and classy design. The touch screen is a 5.70 inch screen with a display resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels, giving you a sharp and vibrant screen experience. The Samsung Note 5 is basically a compact tablet, which comes with a stylus S Pen so that you don’t have to constantly use your fingers on the screen.
Camera and Storage
The Samsung note comes with an excellent camera. It packs a 16 megapixel back or primary camera and the rear or front camera is a 5 mega pixel for taking wide angle selfies. The phone consists of 1.5GHz Octa core exynos 7420 processor, which comes with 4GB, RAM in the phone. It also has an internal storage of 32GB and does not have the ability to be expanded.
Connectivity and Networks
The Samsung note 5 is a single SIM Smartphone that only works with a nano SIM. It includes connectivity features such as Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, USB, OTG, 3G and 4G networks. Some of the sensors that it uses are the compass magnetometer, proximity sensor, accelerometer, ambient light sensor, gyroscope and barometer.
The phone has an extremely long lasting battery life. It runs on the Android 5.1.1, and has a battery power of 3000mAh and is a non removable battery, which weighs 171 grams.
Other Features of the Samsung Note 5
The Samsung Note 5 is a classy and modern phone and tablet, also known as a phablet. The phone comes in different colors including white pearl, black sapphire, gold platinum and silver titanium. The Samsung Note 5 is one of the slimmest phones that Samsung has ever made, with a thickness of just 7.6mm. The touch screen is made from corning gorilla glass 4 protections and has a super amoled capacitive touch screen. The phone itself is pricey but it also gives you some of the best features to use. The Samsung Note 5 is a lightweight phone and is comfortable to hold in your hand, even though it’s quite big in size. The phone also consists of other features like ANT+ Support, S Voice and many others. You can also charge your phone wirelessly within just 120 minutes. The phones system is extremely fast and does not lag, jam or become slow.
The Samsung Note 5 is a comparatively pricey phone because it is one of their latest models and has extremely advanced built in features, with an exceptional high quality camera
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