Tcool, 30 Dec 2015LOL! Stop your show up. TVs and projectors have USB ports, no need for miracasting ek ek! Savi... moreWow. No need for miracasting? I've done slide lectures with my Note 3, demonstrated drawing techniques LIVE to my students, and be anywhere in the room. It's not all about entertainment.
I cast documentaries and helpful YouTube video casting onto the projector/large led TV. Don't tell us you can't do those with the Note.5. This is even why I need the infrared remote control functions to control the TV/projector.
USB port? Thank you for showing us your tech savvy thinking. People like me do things wirelessly.
[deleted post]& here is a note5 review http://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_galaxy_note5-review-1286.php
Tcool, 30 Dec 2015Actually you don't need that much of memory storage if you are a normal being. Common sense wi... moreI guess you weren't paying attention. I only have 8 movie files at the moment, while majority of my files are some 30 GB of audio books/music, some 20 GB current TV series downloads and 40 GB of e-books/pdf are on my 128 GB. Because I could. Because I need. Because I want.
Your repetitive watching of "movies" argument is meaningless, and has no root to the debate.
Love you, man.
TheNeighbor, 30 Dec 2015LOL. Did I just hit a nerve? I've already mentioned miracasting and NearbyDevices functions. T... moreFGS, who stores 30 to 60 full HD movies in the phone with his logical mind? I bet you only watched them once and the rest for show up. Even you watch them repeatedly, it is not practical to keep them in the phone. Maybe two to four movies but not 60! OMG!
TheNeighbor, 30 Dec 2015LOL. Did I just hit a nerve? I've already mentioned miracasting and NearbyDevices functions. T... moreLOL! Stop your show up. TVs and projectors have USB ports, no need for miracasting ek ek! Saving HD movies in a USB memory and connecting it to TV or projector is easier. You don't need to save them on the phone. Don't make life complicated.
TheNeighbor, 30 Dec 2015Your argument about repetitive watching is moot. I currently have 8 full HD movies on my micro... moreIt is clear that your large memory storage capacity is for show up only. To brag to your friends. Grow up man. You think they are interested? Duh!
[deleted post]LOL. Did I just hit a nerve? I've already mentioned miracasting and NearbyDevices functions. That means I use bigger screens when I can. I even use a Google Chromecast to a projector to mirror my phones screen for lectures.
I happen to have a 1080p TV. I mentioned that before. 4k movies go like 8 to 15 GB each. A 32 GB Note.5 (which is the widely sold in most countries Worldwide) would only give you some 25 GB - just means you can only have at at maximum 2 4k movies. Pretty meaningless if you have a 4k TV and yet stream only 1070p movies. Meantime, I can theoretically hold some 30 to 60 full HD movies with my 128 GB microSD combined with my 32 GB internal memory.
TheNeighbor, 30 Dec 2015Your argument about repetitive watching is moot. I currently have 8 full HD movies on my micro... moreActually you don't need that much of memory storage if you are a normal being. Common sense will tell you there is no need to keep large files in your phone that you will only use very seldom or only once like those rotting HD movies in the files that you need only to watch once or twice.
Very frustrating when it comes to choosing my new phone.
Samsung Note 5 is good with great camera, OIS and great apps. But no card slot!!! and no 128GB option!!! If it have either a card slot or 128GB option I will get it!
Sony Z5 premium is good with card slot and good camera. But no OIS!!! and NOT AMOLED screen?!?! If it have OIS I will get it!!!
Lumia 950 XL with superb camera! card slot! and at least have the apps I need. But buggy OS!!! Not available in Singapore!!!!!
What the heck is going on with all these companies!!???
Think I will just wait. Really frustrating!!!
[deleted post]Your argument about repetitive watching is moot. I currently have 8 full HD movies on my microSD. The others are music, audio books, e-books, and TV series. I'm sure they're more than 64 GB, which in your logic is "abnormal". The point is I have 146 GB of combined memory space on my device to do more things with than your 57 GB from your device. If I had a 200 GB microSD card, I'd have 215+ GB. Or I can even miracast or share it to other devices.
You still see it unthinkable that anyone actually uses that much? It's because you're pretty underpowered user - 64 GB is pretty much what YOU need.
Even the whole concept of a 128/200 GB microSD card being transferable to another device like to a tablet or laptop seems "abnormal"? No, right? Well, I can do that. You can't, and apparently don't need to. A microSD has no moving parts and therefore less likely be corrupted from shocks. I never carry around the usual HDD if I can help it.
Still love you, man.
2, 30 Dec 2015Samsung what the f when is marsmallow coming for note5It is coming at the same time with S7. Because it introduce the new Touchwiz with it. If they released it now then everyone would know what to expect from S7 already. Only a few lucky Samsung device like S6 edge and Note 4 received Marshmallow update accidently. You can find those online yourself.
TheNeighbor, 30 Dec 2015You know I care more about functionality than shiny fragile glass.You call watching movies repeatedly a functionality? Now that's what mazing logic is!
TheNeighbor, 30 Dec 2015You know I care more about functionality than shiny fragile glass.It's just the way you said it bro. Carry on lol
JunStark, 30 Dec 2015Hi guys, im thinking of getting a new phone and im going to ask for your opinions. Which of th... moreSo I had the s6 edge and I switched to the Note 5. First of all, the edge on the s6 is useless. I hardly used it because I even forgot it was there. Secondly, the phone started overheating the same week i got it, and it would drain the battery, and sometimes even power off. Thirdly,the battery would drain easily either way, I had to charge it a couple of times a day. Fourthly, it would randomly freeze. Lastly, the size was too small for me. However,the camera is golden. Best camera I had had so far until the Note 5. People loved whenever I took pictures because of how clear and perfect it would be. The speakers were great and the screen is really clear.The gorilla glass on both sides give it a very sleek and sophisticated look. All in all, I would give it a 5 out of 10. Now the Note 5 is too good to be true. It feels like an s6 but a better version. So far no overheating, the battery life is awesome and the camera is superb. I really have no complaints about it and the small extra features that come with the stylus are a plus. Also if you are a vlogger then this is the phone for you because you get to stream your YouTube videos directly from the phone. I Definitely recommend The Note 5 over the s6 edge.
AnonD-430264, 30 Dec 2015Dude.. that wasn't a good argument if you think about what you said lol. Just sayingYou know I care more about functionality than shiny fragile glass.
TheNeighbor, 30 Dec 2015Amazing logic you have... It's not only movies - tv shows, audio books, MUSIC and e-books. Sea... moreyes . in 128 gb u can store alllllll the movies in note 3. and watch them again and again.
pl dont misguide people
. and for u go to a movie hall see the difference. and while in bus enjoy some snacks and the outside beauty.