LLL, 11 Jun 2015Against Sd 810, yes Exynos is better. I am still looking forward to Sd 820, hoping it can clos... moreSo true, if they could price Note 5 better than S6 Edge, Note 5 would be selling like hotcakes thus putting lots of pressure on Apple iPhone 6s.
Would love to see Note 5 with Edgy screen, you?
SpaceWarrior, 11 Jun 2015Exynos is better. I am using S6 Edge now and it runs like a beast, faster than the lightening.... moreAgainst Sd 810, yes Exynos is better. I am still looking forward to Sd 820, hoping it can close the gap and put a serious challenge to Exynos. Then again Samsung could launch an even better Exynos.
Either way, consumers win. P.S of course if Samsung don't play nasty by asking exorbitant price for example...
Wow. 4100mAh battery, USB 3.1, 5.9" SuperAMOLED QuadHD display. Cant wait to upgrade from my Note3
Gary5, 11 Jun 2015Google already tested the potential of a 5.9 inch screen phone & people quite like it. ( I... moreI have an S6 edge and it doesn't lag one bit. Had it for about 6 weeks now, still on stock ROM, not rooted, and it's REALLY fast. No lag whatsoever. The Exynos 7420 is the best SoC of 2015, miles ahead of the SD 810. Also, I don't think the Nexus 6 was that big of a success. Don't see it much if at all. Screen has burn in problems, and the size is just ridiculous. Way too big, even for me, and I have big hands. I think 5.5-5.7" is right where it's at. And I hope it stays there.
LLL, 11 Jun 2015Nice specs. Samsung should consider making a pair of Note 5 & Note 5 Plus, the latter with... moreExynos is better. I am using S6 Edge now and it runs like a beast, faster than the lightening. Note 5 would suit better with Exynos.
Nice specs. Samsung should consider making a pair of Note 5 & Note 5 Plus, the latter with increased dimension. Why not 6-incher flagship?
Another thing, I am not clear about Qualcomm, however if they manage to launch Sd 820 on time, perhaps Samsung will have two chipsets choice again.
sa11oum, 11 Jun 2015I think Samsung is making a big mistake by increasing the screen size to 5.9". The 5.7&qu... moreGoogle already tested the potential of a 5.9 inch screen phone & people quite like it. ( I personally don't though ). I am more concerned about the processor as real life performance of S6 is really disappointing. It still lags besides achieving no.1 postion in almost all speed tests.
USB C is Brilliant, the Best thing to happen to a port!
6" Display is perfect.
Non 3K Display is a Wise Choice, honestly 1080 is good enough -saves battery, easy to mirror with our current 1080p TVs. I am using the larger Z Ultra 6.4" 1080p display -its resolution feels plenty enough on the larger unit!
4,1000 Battery is Commendable. Only hope that Sammy makes good sense by launching a dual Sim Ver for Developing Nations(India).
Anonymous, 11 Jun 20156 inch or NO BUY....Better Buy 7 Inch Tab Than Phone :)
7.9mm is awful thin for a removable battery, but not impossible. The Galaxy Alpha is 6.7mm and it has a removable battery.
Still holding out hope...
sa11oum, 11 Jun 2015I think Samsung is making a big mistake by increasing the screen size to 5.9". The 5.7&qu... moreKinda make sense with what you said. Some argue that Note 3 is still not big enough to watch a long movie lasting 2 hours. Maybe there will be Note 5 and Note 5 with bigger size.
I think Samsung is making a big mistake by increasing the screen size to 5.9". The 5.7" on Note 3 and 4 is already overkill. The device shouldn't be larger than it was in previous iterations. It was a good size. For humongous devices, there's the Mega line. I hope it stays 5.7".
I still think it is going to be a challenge for Note 5 when Apple released iPhone 6s. Last year I thought Note 4 would keep up with iPhone 6s. No matter what I am confident Note 5 will do much better when it faces iPhone 6s this fall.
Instead of wishing for something to top an actually useful Phablet, we bitch about Samsungs eccentric behavior in the marketplace. Wow what a generation of wannabe tech nuts.
Note 4 indiscuise,poor note 4 users who are stuck on a 24month contract.be out dated in 2016.