The phone is good but poor fake battery. when data is on it can't last for 1hr.
Anonymous, 26 Dec 2016please help.. differences of each versions of Note 5?.. thanks..the different model names indicate the region(country) in which they are sold because every region has a different frequency band for communication. also different models include different charging adapters and different wireless charging standards(Qi/ PMA) depending on the country in which the device is sold so naming them differently helps. also different models have slightly different firmware installed for example note 5 n920g sold in India has no samsung pay but US version has that. more example like carrier bound note 5 has carrier specific bloatware compared to unlocked versions. imo these things leads to different model names.
Banuri, 24 Dec 2016Oh yes, one more please. note 5 or lg g5? please guide, thanksGalaxy Note 5
Moh, 23 Dec 2016give me ur experience .. note 5 or s6 edge plus ! as both have the same hardware Note 5
Anonymous, 22 Dec 2016Which one is better?this phone or the 6 plus 128gb?cause both phone have drop the price..sorry... moreThere should be minimum 128gb memory space for those mobiles without a external memory card slot though there are many CLOUD spaces are floating around us with uncertainty of longibility
Anonymous, 22 Dec 2016Which one is better?this phone or the 6 plus 128gb?cause both phone have drop the price..sorry... moreDefinitely Note5 is better than 6 plus in terms of utility buttorayon its(Note5) memory space (32/64gb) is pathetic for Android OS users
give me ur experience .. note 5 or s6 edge plus !
as both have the same hardware
Which one is better?this phone or the 6 plus 128gb?cause both phone have drop the price..sorry bad english though..
Dr barhoom, 21 Dec 2016Mobiles like A8 differs alot from note 5 ? And will note 5 be upgraded continously ??It depends on which version of A8 are you talking about. The Galaxy A8 2015 has the same screen size but FHD, same battery size, no S-Pen, good camera, 2 GB of RAM instead of 4 GB, has different processors and etc. The Galaxy A8 2016 has the same processor as the Note5, same screen size with FHD resolution, 3 GB of RAM, a slightly bigger battery than Note5 and etc. For the Galaxy Note5, you will still be able to get software updates until the end of next year. I will go for the Galaxy Note 5.
Note_User_India, 22 Dec 2016Frndz..I am basically a Note user.. NoteII, Note 3 and now Note5. Bought Note5 a couple of day... moreme too a former note3, note4 and now a note 5 user. for me the battery is above average just like most flagship devices lasts one complete day. i would not compare its battery with my secondary phone the redmi note3(which has an awesome battery life) but after using some flagships devices i know most flagships have above average battery life whearas midrangers nowadays have very good battery. coming to storage it totally depends upon the person using it. there are people who store movies,tons of pictures,music on local storage and then there are people who just stream everything. i am on the second group and stream on netflix, gaana, apple music, pictures on cloud, documents on google drive since ages and my internet is good. but bigger storage is always better to have and i am stuck with 32gb only because 64gb was out of stock since one month.
Frndz..I am basically a Note user.. NoteII, Note 3 and now Note5. Bought Note5 a couple of days ago after waiting....waiting ...dead Note7.
In fact, I find Note5 is a very good and awesome device provided you want to sacrifice two basic needs
1. Internal memory(32/64 gb) is not sufficient. No external memory slot
2. Battery life is not at all good. but quick charge will you.
It's Camera is very good at par with other top end camera phones available at present. S-Pen is just marvellous. Very user friendly device.
hi, 17 Dec 2016I am using note 5 for around 1yr. i didn't face any such kind of problems maybe you got a defe... moreWell said bro. Note 5 is the best phone in the market till now. S-PEN features are outstanding
Mixed review. This is a great phone for business in terms of storage, ease of use and the S Pen. The camera is amazing. However, the battery is pathetic. I've tried getting rid of apps, using an all-black theme and wallpaper, 20% bright, etc. and the battery simply doesn't measure up to my last phone (iPhone 4). I carry a quick-charge portable charger which helps but this shouldn't be necessary. If you actually use your business apps and email, expect a very short life before a charge is needed. Under 2 hours in some cases. Maybe I got one of the lemons. I probably won't choose Samsung for my next phone. IF this phone did have a way of extending the battery life, it would be the best phone available.