previous review between nexus 6p vs note5 vs lg v10 on photo quality the winner is LG v10, now Note 5 as the winner, so what it is about ?
Samsung note series is the benchmark for phablets.
Heck they started the phablet range and they continue to be champs.
iphone is all style and no substance. Low quality offering at flagship range.
Heck I'd even pick a Xiaomi Note over a mediocre iphone
Note 5 in my hands since it was launched and man it's perfect! And heck yeah it ran a mop on all other phones!
No benchmarks?..at least some opinions...and we would like you to give some details about your sot with the phones and your usual usage...that would be great..
The Winner is Samsung Galaxy Note 5, for too much. thanks.
winner note 5, only lost in still picture shelfie, for all is winner in everything.
I don't know but the galaxy Note 5 is an expensive piece of hardware (equivalent to a 6s plus price) so it's a minus for me. It's even worst for early adopters who paid full price, while less than a month later, it's on special already.
if you mention mono audio from iPhone's video recordings.
why didn't you mention Galaxy Note 5 limited 5 minutes of 4K video recording?
that's a big deal, in my opinion.
I was under the impression that this is a comparison of features, style, performance and which one does it better in each category. I didn't know that where a device available or not suppose to take away points from it or ad. Whosoever is doing this comparison must be on crack or just plain bias.
But Samsung its a king of marketing so thats matter, i think LG will be in the top of mobile industry soon thats because of their good work in mobile phones.
Winner Samsung NOTE 5 !!!!
Loser WP Lamia !!!! The Ecosystem is nothing :(
LG-V10 have best camera phone from those photos thats a fact, if V10 was going to be in this review for sure it will be a winer in termns of camera, i think they are just are doing a great job in mobile industry especially unique things that other arent doing(new things) but Samsung its a king for marketing
Samsung Galaxy Note5 almost annihilate the competition in this review. Good job.
You know, I always thought that it would be an excruciating experience moving away from my beloved Samsung Galaxy Android smartphone to a Windows 10 Mobile. But after getting hacked, due to Android's notorious poor security model, and Samsung's poor update policy, I decided enough was enough. Windows Phone, with its trusted security model that it brings from the Desktop version of Windows, seemed like a leap of faith, but I took it.
When I purchased my Microsoft Lumia 950 phone, I was skeptical, as I had only ever used popular iPhones made by Apple and Android Phones made by Samsung. I was worried that perhaps there would not be enough applications for my productive workflow. But I was won over by the incredible build quality, to include the brilliant AMOLED screen. I was floored by the speed of the user interface -- no lag, unlike all of the buggy Android phones that I had used. And while the "live tiles" took some getting used to, I found that they were much more informative and helpful than antiquated icons found on the competition.
As for the application gap -- well, honestly, there isn't one. I am a professional, and I've found that all of the productive applications that I need, including Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Skydrive, are available on my Lumia 950. Indeed, this is a seemless experience that blends in with the beautiful Windows 10 Mobile interface. I have also found that most programs for which an application does not exist, will work perfectly using the new Edge browser, the newest mobile browser on the block. Such is the case with my bank, which works faster in Edge than any mobile application on Android.
To sum it up: It's been a few weeks now, and I'm thoroughly impressed. I bought the Microsoft Lumia 950XL (the larger version) for my spouse, and now all of my friends want to transition to the Microsoft ecosystem as well. It's no longer about "application count" but about productivity and workflow. I've found that Microsoft allows me to remain productive in ways that Android and the iPhone could not. Businesses all over the world have relied on Microsoft for their critical infrastructure for years ... now it's time for business professionals to trust in Microsoft for their mobile needs. Give it a try -- you just might be impressed!
As we know the S-Pen 'issue' is already solved and S-Pen is moron-proved now. Read the news.
GSMA are the only site that don't know that.
BTW , how could Note 5 not available worldwide be cons, when compare phones ????
Everyone knows that Note 5 was meant for US to hunt for ipnone users.
AnonD-201884, 20 Jan 2016that conclusion was a bit underwhelming, is it only me that see just the two lines?Another review, Lumia has the best camera
AnonD-201884, 20 Jan 2016that conclusion was a bit underwhelming, is it only me that see just the two lines?Yes, looks like it might not have been quite finished.
that conclusion was a bit underwhelming, is it only me that see just the two lines?