PARAG B, 03 Oct 2015Get the 64gb note5 .lol so simple.LOL... It would be simple if Samsung actually released a 64GB version in Australia... The max we get is 32... Even 64GB is pretty small nowadays
PARAG B, 03 Oct 2015Get the 64gb note5 .lol so simple.get the 64gb lg v10 plus expandable to 200gb, 500gb or 1tb, or 2tb.
absolut-allen, 03 Oct 20152TB of cloud storage, maybe. With restrictions of course. Funny how my super octa-core pho... moreI believe memory expansions can theoretically go up to 2TB, however manufacturers are milking the market by slowly releasing limited versions. Cloud storage isn't 100% working for most people.
rhiannexxx, 02 Oct 2015Iphone 6s is still better.. galaxy note 5 not stable not future proof it sucks!but LG V10 is now the KING!
kajam, 03 Oct 20152TB !?!?!? that is the first in the world in a few years of corse 2TB of cloud storage, maybe. With restrictions of course.
Funny how my super octa-core phone didn't even recognize "restrictions." Had to type it in a few times then click the checkmark to school my smartphone in English!
I'm over this phone.
mecks, 03 Oct 2015lol, the iPhone is not future-proof because people are just gonna stop buying these phones, if... moreI remember a comment like this when the iPhone 3G was out. There are more simpletons out there than power users that want their phone to do what it's supposed to do. The iPhone does just that.
If you look at my list of bugs (that most likely won't be fixed) with my Note 5 that I posted below; Samsung has not only taken features away that Note users wanted but also bugged the hell out of the multitasking so it's hard to use.
rhiannexxx, 02 Oct 2015Iphone 6s is still better.. galaxy note 5 not stable not future proof it sucks!lol, the iPhone is not future-proof because people are just gonna stop buying these phones, if they realize they're being ripped off. Of course, there will always still be stupid people...
TheNeighbor, 02 Oct 2015I actually adviced my boss to get an iPhone 6s as a "free device" for his data plan.... moreI'm not a brand type of guy but, I say good advice since iPhone gets updated often where I feel I'm going to be stuck with a buggy device with Google only updates to the operating system.
Samsung is going the way of Nintendo unfortunately.
AADI, 01 Oct 2015LG V10 is Not impressive like NOTE 5 because it hase only hexacor processor nd note 5 has octa... moreTrue but all the speed in the world and a great screen is useless if you are restricted to just 20GB of available storage (32gb less os and apps).
anas, 30 Sep 2015any one can help? does the GN5 have any kind of problems like "heating ,battery ,sound .." ... more It only gets warm from heavy use. It is very fragile and won't handle drops very well except with a rugged case. It is also pricey 900 dollars where I stay. Aside that, it is a nice device
Iphone 6s is still better.. galaxy note 5 not stable not future proof it sucks!
absolut-allen, 02 Oct 2015This guy's thinks the same way I do. But, for the rest of the commenters; "I don't like&q... moreI actually adviced my boss to get an iPhone 6s as a "free device" for his data plan. He was actually asking between this and S6 - I told him to get neither because of the glass back construction and S Pen silo flaw.
TheNeighbor, 02 Oct 2015The Note.5 seems to be geared towards the possession-oriented people (they want that gold colo... moreThis guy's thinks the same way I do. But, for the rest of the commenters; "I don't like", and I own the phone. ;)
mObyonE, 01 Oct 2015GSM Areana people... by the way, i promise you it also supports Samsung Pay. Not sure why you ... morecan't blame them really..
they've already given a very clear statement that they can't guarantee the information on that page is 100% correct..
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2015LG V10 is better than this
64gb and its expandable up to 2TB.
better bigger 5.7"+.03" =6" ... moreYeah, if Samsung can stop producing nonsense fragile glass backed phones like this, and more like what LG has done with the V10 can withstand numerous drops. Secondary screen is interesting enough. But I need the AMOLED screen and S Pen.
Samsung should really consider these considerations, also bringing back memory expansion and removable battery for the next Galaxy Note.
absolut-allen, 02 Oct 2015I believe there are still people who'd rather make an informed decision based on hands-on user... moreThe Note.5 seems to be geared towards the possession-oriented people (they want that gold color) who just do less with it as a tool.