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. ;)
AnonD-373190, 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.
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2015The comment section in Note5 getting more and more boring. Not to mentioned the series of essa... moreI believe there are still people who'd rather make an informed decision based on hands-on user experience before they dump $800+ with contract on a cellphone. A simple "I like it, don't like it" explains what exactly? Website reviews only show the features and performance which one tells half the story.
If I could have read some good lengthy mini reviews on issues with the Note 5 before I ordered it, I would have passed on the phone. My "essay" clearly states this phone has alot of issues that affect the whole basis of what the Note was supposed to do which is multitask.
So at this point I've changed my opinon from "like it" to "don't like it." Better?
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2015LG V10 is better than this 64gb and its expandable up to 2TB. better bigger 5.7"+.03" =6" ... moreLG V10 is Not impressive like NOTE 5 because it hase only hexacor processor nd note 5 has octa core processor. ...plus display clearity is TFT nd note 5 hase Amoled...
LG V10 is better than this
64gb and its expandable up to 2TB.
better bigger 5.7"+.03" =6" screen and the design of v10 is better
The comment section in Note5 getting more and more boring. Not to mentioned the series of essays these people wrote up. Couldn't you guys just write something simple like "I love Note5" or "Don't like it".
Mark, 01 Oct 2015I was planning to buy this but no removable battery kills the deal. I am a heavy user, 24/7 da... moreOh, yes, it can do those functions, and I too rely on my Note 3 as my 24/7 device. I even put it on a power timer at home as my LTE hotspot, as it's faster than my home connection.
I was expecting the Note.5 as my upgrade this year, but we all know what Samsung had decided to underwhelm it. My region only offers the 32GB version. It doesn't make sense if I carried 2 devices, abandon the 128GB memory expansion, and carry charger/powerbank/charger pad just to keep its power topped up.
absolut-allen, 01 Oct 2015What's really going to irritate me is the rumors of Samsung flirting with Qualcomm as their ne... moreYikes. Sounds bad enough. It's about $860 for the 32GB version where I live. Isn't UFS 2.0 like more than 3 times faster than eMMC memory and that Exynos processor suppose to be all fast? Maybe that constant active RAM closing causing the problems?
Hehe, all I want is a reliable versatile pocket device with an active digitizer pen for daily needs, with with EVERYTHING what previous Note could do.
absolut-allen, 01 Oct 2015Well then you're lucky. I've had to restart mine several times because my text ringtone st... moreA few bugs when my note 4 first launch. Samy should correct them with OTA updates pretty soon i think.
I was planning to buy this but no removable battery kills the deal. I am a heavy user, 24/7 data for streaming news, videos in morning, emails, IMs and social, recording meeting videos, sharing documents during work, streaming TVs on way back in the evening...
After less than a year, my note 4's battery seemed no longer good. I purchased a genuine replacement battery for $30 something and it was good as new. I really feel sorry for those note 5 users when they had to bring it back to Samy to replace its battery. nowadays battery ages quite quickly.
I'll wait for the 820 + 4GB ram and android m (6.x better battery management) with sd and removable battery. LG G5 will be my first choice. Or Samy S7/Note 7, if they can bring back the sd and removable battery. otherwise it's a goodbye to Samy, we had fun.
absolut-allen, 01 Oct 2015Well then you're lucky.
I've had to restart mine several times because my text ringtone st... moreWhat's really going to irritate me is the rumors of Samsung flirting with Qualcomm as their next successor processor. Where does that leave Note 5 in terms of future support with this test run Exynos system?
It reminds me of the LG Flex that everyone forgot about.
Not asking for the world from a 5.7" smartphone, but I just built a Core i5 4690k computer with 32GB ram, Crossfire Radeon GPUs, 16TB+ hard drive space that can run circles around 20+ Note 5's for $700US. I should be able to at least spell "mine" not "mone" and do basic multitasking in an $800+US smartphone with 4GB ram and an 8 core processor :/