Tcool, 29 Dec 2015No to plastic cheap phones, yes to glass/metal glamorous phones.No to silly fragile glass.
No to limited storage.
No to S Pen silo storage design flaw.
No to LESS features.
No to limited thinking.
No to disfunctional logic of 64Gb is enough for EVERYONE.
Tcool, 29 Dec 2015LOL! You can't even consume 40GB of your 200GB total memory, why ask for more. Another lunatic... moreSays you. Normally, I use over 90GB on my 128GB microSD, with my on-the-go media of music, audiobooks, video, pictures and general storage for my daily downloads till I transfer them to my home HDD.
It's like telling us WE should only own a 64GB device to be "normal". LOL. This is such limited thinking. 256GB SD cards already exist, and Samsung just made 90mbps speedy Pro 128GB microSD cards. I can treat my Note 3 as an virtual SSD, and can just activate Nearbydevices to share media to watch on a smart TV or tablet bigger screens.
And here you are, telling us that you can only have some 50GB free for media and apps, while I have space for 3 times that - less time me transferring and copying files. I have more than 40GB of some of my 1000+ e-books when I need to share the references to my students DIRECTLY. No need to carry any mechanical HDD around.
And you may NOT be even thinking that a Galaxy Note is a portable PC in your pocket. Note 4 has a 64GB variant with a memory card slot - WAY functional than a Note.5. Yeah, imagine getting a 64GB laptop, with NO memory expansion built-in - really sucks. With you disfunctional logic, it's "abnormal" if anyone has more than 64GB on a pocket device.
Love you, man.
Tcool, 29 Dec 2015Nice try, but sorry, I won't buy any of your illusion.Gotcha!
No to plastic cheap phones, yes to glass/metal glamorous phones.
Bunyip22, 29 Dec 2015I'm not a fan of the glass back on the GN5 (having used both I prefer the function of the gn4)... moreIt makes me wonder about Oneplus X ceramic back. Whats next? Clay back? Cement? Brick? Manufacturer are turning smartphone into construction industry.
the screen of samsung note 5 is NOT a scratch resistant. not advisable to buy this
TheNeighbor, 28 Dec 2015Right... there is that snag with your user account with your post count and upvote count. Deny... moreThat is right "crap" plastic phones are things of the past and should be buried to memory together with plastic people.
Joy, 28 Dec 2015Samsung Note 5 is not a scratch free phone. My screen has scratches and i regret that i choose... moreI'm not a fan of the glass back on the GN5 (having used both I prefer the function of the gn4) but glass on the GN5 is less likely to be scratched than the metal on the iPhone.
TheNeighbor, 28 Dec 2015LOL. Make up your mind - you said 128GB is available Worldwide, and I said it was only availab... moreLOL. Make up your mind - you said 128GB is only available in S. Korea, now you're agreeing with me because it's convenient for your argument? Pity on you!
TheNeighbor, 28 Dec 2015As I was saying for the past few weeks, Samsung should focus on creating some version with at ... moreLOL! You can't even consume 40GB of your 200GB total memory, why ask for more. Another lunatic illusion from a desperate plastic phone lover.
TheNeighbor, 28 Dec 2015Can't even man up to your own statements.Nice try, but sorry, I won't buy any of your illusion.
Joy, 28 Dec 2015Samsung Note 5 is not a scratch free phone. My screen has scratches and i regret that i choose... moreWhich do you prefer a phone with an expensive look and very cheap specs (Iphone) or an expensive phone with high class specs (samsung).
Afterall it's more than a cellphone and the s pen made it possible. i love its all new unique features.check it out on YouTube .
TheNeighbor, 28 Dec 2015LOL. I just found one of your own comments DEFENDING the removable battery system in May 20, 2... moreTry harder. Giving link and tempting people to open it is a form of phishing attack. Never will I open any link from a stranger like you. Don't you have any solution for your problem plastic phone lover?
Samsung Note 5 is not a scratch free phone. My screen has scratches and i regret that i choose to buy samsung note 5 rather than iphone. From now on, #notosamsung #yestoiphone
As I was saying for the past few weeks, Samsung should focus on creating some version with at least double-capacity sealed battery. It is quite obvious that going for thin design isn't cutting it with the demands of our devices.
The other side tech site just posted an interesting poll about what manufacturers should be focused on for next year. 65% so far are clamouring for increase of battery.
I would'nt mind if they had a 12mm thick Galaxy Note 6 VERSION for heavy users. They should even come up with a 256 GB internal memory.