More than almost 98% of u ppl who r saying that they needed removable battery do not even use that feature.but the ppl like u use this topic just to bash samsung & note5 lol
I use my smartphone a lot & i had lots of smartphones with removable battery but always hated to remove the battery.
plus the ppl who says that they need the sd card there sd cards are normally filled with p 0*n LOL.
just joking abt p 0*n.
however 64gb of internal memory on a smartphone is really of a great value than having only 16gb or 32gb internal memory models & 64 gb is more than enough for approx 98% ppl hence the bottom line
Note5 is such a huge sucess even without the removeable battery and a card slot & a lack of 128gb modal :) There is just no better smartphone out there rightnow than note5. Enjoy Note5 guys.& keep sharing new tips abt note5 whenever possible.
AnonD-430264, 03 Jan 2016"No point in storing work files, school files and home files in phone. They can be save in the... moreAnd in the next 6 months, I'm on my graduate school thesis proper. I have to go through hundreds of research papers. Thanks to technology, I can breeze through them and they can be voice read while I'm commuting/doing commissioned work using EZPdfReader.
As tertiary school professor, I assign and share ebooks for my students to digest. I even project some of these via projector/TV. Architecture is such a broad field - philosophy, artistic, designing process, scientific, technical/engineering, building regulations, theories. It has reached 70 GB, and just have an entire copy on my 128 GB microSD card.
It just makes sense to keep then so handy in the most used daily device you put in your pocket.
And then there is this guy who tells us 64 GB is enough. Show up.
Tcool, 03 Jan 2016Poll results: Samsung Galaxy Note5 is the Phablet of the year 2015. Yeah, just don't get the 128 GB to avoid being a show up with files that need to stay home or in the office.
Poll results: Samsung Galaxy Note5 is the Phablet of the year 2015.
Tcool, 03 Jan 2016Note 5 all the way!Whohooo..!
Status quo celebration!
Just don't buy the 128 GB version or you are "abnormal", or " weirdo ", or "dumb".
AnonD-100398, 03 Jan 2016Thanks to u too for the info i will definetly try it.Nice app.
Tcool, 03 Jan 2016Files for work should not be carried in the phone, files for school should not be stored in ph... moreI "show up" with my large collection of audio files and e-book library. I still only have 8 movie files on my microSD card at the moment.
[deleted post]Files for work should not be carried in the phone, files for school should not be stored in phone and files for home should not be save to phone. No need for super huge memory storage in phone for the wise man. Stop bragging your HD movies saved in phone, no one is interested.
Tcool, 03 Jan 2016No need to save all work files in phone, no need to store all home files in phone. That is a d... moreSomeone just edited their comment...
Desperate enough to misquote me to try to win a debate.
What I actually said was:
"Having 1 terabyte internal memory in 3-4 years."
256Gb internal is the thing this year. Time to "show up"!
TheNeighbor, 03 Jan 2016Little value with that statement. Only 2 countries in the news with FULL LTE Cat 9 -Sweden and... moreNo need to save all work files in phone, no need to store all home files in phone. That is a dumb idea. They can be save in proper places (I am not talking of cloud).
No need for huge memory storage in phone.
Tcool, 03 Jan 2016No signs of phone coming out with 256 GB this year. Maybe in your dream... Yeah keep on dreami... more"No point in storing work files, school files and home files in phone. They can be save in their proper location but not the dumb idea of storing in phone."
This is wrong. I'm going back to college to expand on my previous degree and it's required I use mobile.
My fiancé's father is a HVAC tech of 38 years and he had to store files on boilers and other air conditioning/heating files on his mobile.
Sisters husband works in construction and he needs to keep constant files in his phone/tablet as parameters constantly update.
Friend of mine is a marketing executive of a prominent phone service, has to use and store files and mobile services, apps, etc in his phone.
My cousin is a network administrator for oil companies, is always on the road always and uses his smartphone for the majority of his workload.
I could go on.
Think before you post, bro. You're trying to fit in and be cool. You have no idea what the pros use their phone for. You're acting like a self-righteous cellphone user.
Tcool, 03 Jan 2016No signs of phone coming out with 256 GB this year. Maybe in your dream... Yeah keep on dreami... moreWhat timing... Google the statement below:
Apple will be offering a version of the phone with 256GB of native storage.
I'm sure Samsung has plans to get that out first.
Tcool, 03 Jan 2016No signs of phone coming out with 256 GB this year. Maybe in your dream... Yeah keep on dreami... moreOne thing - I can "show up" with almost 3 times more storage space and directly access them without having to wait for cloud to stream/sync. No wasting time.
Few cons as i have mentioned already..in addition to that
I use my note 5 for movies mainly
I found no movies in torrents to make use of Quadhd screen..i only found full hd videos in abundance..On playing them they are beautiful but somewhere i get the feeling that i couldnot make the best use of 2550×1440 resolution..
Even there are no much Quadhd wallpapers ..
Previously i used note 2 next z ultra n Sam A7 for a while ..
For watching movies Z ultra is beautiful as it has Triluminous technology for upscaling ..I love the idea of samsung coming with that techn of upscaling in flagship mobiles
Tcool, 03 Jan 2016Don't treat like all regions are the same as your region! It is only in your region but not th... moreLittle value with that statement. Only 2 countries in the news with FULL LTE Cat 9 -Sweden and South Korea. Australia's Telstra is making that adoption.