As the fourth successor of the product that defined what a phablet should be, Samsung Galaxy Note5 is arguably the most radical release in the product family to date. The newcomer marks a noteworthy departure (no pun intended) from all of its predecessors in terms of both design and available hardware features.
Top notch specs are always to be expected from a Samsung Galaxy Note and the latest iteration surely delivers on this front. The Galaxy Note5 packs the most powerful chipset in the business, the fastest memory, and one of the best cameras around. The S Pen is here too - clickable and more productive than ever.
Brand new look and premium materials ensure that Samsung Galaxy Note feels as premium as its hardware requires. Take a look at the full list of key features the Note5 has to offer below.
The combo of a beefy Exynos 7420 chipset, ultra-sharp Super AMOLED display, and speedy memory should hardly catch anyone by surprise. The setup debuted on Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge and is yet to have its performance matched by a rival.
Dropping the memory card slot and the removable battery from the Note5 specs surely raises eyebrows - both hardware features have been a staple for the product family since day one. Samsung appears confident that the bevy of available charging options will keep users happy.
As always, we will kick our Samsung Galaxy Note5 review with an unboxing, followed by an overview of its design and build. Head over to the next page for a closer look at the flagship phablet.