Anonymouses, 23 Sep 2015I rely entirely on cloud storage because the city I currently living in have superb LTE networ... moreThe rest of the World isn't South Korea. Compared to what you're use to, ours go like less than 1/10th of your speeds. I already mentioned this. This is why at least something like a memory expansion or a 128GB version would have been great.
A short-sightedness of Samsung.
Anonymouses, 23 Sep 201575,000 units sold in South Korea within 3 days. 10,000 units Note5 and 5,000 units s6 edge+ so... moreI was asking pre-orders where he mentions to be "sold-out". I know all the 100k pre-orders. If it's so sought after, why have limited stocks? 64GB Note.5 isn't available in my region, only the Edge+.
i just bought galaxy note 5 for myself for 2 weeks this saturday.
this morning, it got knock down from about 30 cms height to my lovely tile floor when i lost my grip. the impact not too hard, but it caused the LCD broken. the touch screen, display were all damage. and it cost me around 120 USD to replace the LCD T_T.
Not as much as they tested in youtube on how they dropped it several times from about 80cms height, and the phone still working...
my old notes (Galaxy note 2) got even more strength in it. more than a dozen time it fell to the ground, but still ok until i replace it with this new one ...
kinda regret in trading the old one with this new fragile note5 ...
TheNeighbor, 22 Sep 2015Cloud storage devices are great - except you shouldn't entirely rely on them. I have the exact... moreI rely entirely on cloud storage because the city I currently living in have superb LTE network with over 99% coverage using the LG U+ across the nation. S. Korea have the highest LTE "time on" with 95% of the time people are using LTE. We use LTE anytime, anywhere and whenever we want. Cloud storage is purely justified in Korea.
TheNeighbor, 22 Sep 2015That's my question. How many were "sold out"? 10? 100? 1000? 10000? 100000? You keep... more75,000 units sold in South Korea within 3 days. 10,000 units Note5 and 5,000 units s6 edge+ sold in the US within 10 days. Total combine sales of Note5 and S6 edge+ within 3 days upon launch is over 100,000 units. 25,000 units average sales daily.
AnonD-443391, 22 Sep 2015I bought the note 5 2 weeks ago. It is a very gorgeous mobile phone, the design and feel in t... moreI also switched from iphone 6 plus.i agree with the performance.but not that iphone 6 plus diddnt have occasional lag and stutter.but note 5 camera is better than iphone 6 plus hands down.battery life is pretty comparable.
TheNeighbor, 22 Sep 2015That's my question. How many were "sold out"? 10? 100? 1000? 10000? 100000? You keep... moreInstead of u giving me a proof u r asking me for it.what a lame excuse u have there.lol anyways i cud post a bunch of links in here its just that i do not want to over exaggerate things like YOU.
AnonD-100398, 22 Sep 2015Any proofs? & I am one of those major smartphone users who does not have the entire day an... moreThat's my question. How many were "sold out"? 10? 100? 1000? 10000? 100000? You keep telling us about how successful it is, but you have no numbers or links.
Yes, 32GB is all you need. That's what customers Samsung wants now.
Sean, 22 Sep 2015Most newer phones will begin moving away from sd cards as expandable memory due to the constan... moreCloud storage devices are great - except you shouldn't entirely rely on them. I have the exact copies of everything on my laptop's 1 terabyte expanded storage. I then access those files instantly.
The only downside is it takes a long time to upload because the service speed is slow. It took me DAYS to upload 10GB of data.
Most newer phones will begin moving away from sd cards as expandable memory due to the constant expansion of cloud computing.
Why save every pic you take on your phone when you could have the same access to those pics anywhere via dropbox, onedrive and the like?
What is the rationale behind removing the removable battery and ext. memory in Note 5 which are highly appreciated by customers, Samsung ?
TheNeighbor, 22 Sep 2015Is that like, 1,000 units sold out? That's a lot... You're better off with your Note 2 with ex... moreAny proofs? & I am one of those major smartphone users who does not have the entire day and night to use all that expandable data
EVEN a 32gb non expandable smartphone can work for me.
AnonD-77443, 22 Sep 2015iPhones aren't even worth complaining about as they have a long list of other problems (iTunes... moreAnd what a relief for 128GB of extra memory space from a micro SD card gives.
yoyo, 22 Sep 2015wonder why no people complaining that iphone dont have sim card and removable battery? why so ... moreiPhones aren't even worth complaining about as they have a long list of other problems (iTunes, restricted apps, no file explorer to name a few).
Samsung is meant to be different, they are meant to be the uber device with every feature possible, the current storage options (64GB and no SD) are pretty poor and more what you would expect from apple.
i have just upgraded from note 3 to note 5. every thing is fine, except battery backup. i m not satisfied with the battery backup of note 5
Samsung answers to Iphone 6 ads. "It's not a phone, its a Galaxy". The latest ads show how stupid Iphone 6 is when it comes to mobile payment because its only work with NFC terminal while Note5 can pay with MST technology. So much for "If it's not an Iphone, it's not an Iphone" because "it's not a phone, it's a Galaxy". Lol.
wonder why no people complaining that iphone dont have sim card and removable battery? why so silent about this issue ? only complaining here....... LOL
AnonD-100398, 22 Sep 2015Considering the preorders for the Note 5 that I've seen its doing pretty well. Its already ... moreIs that like, 1,000 units sold out? That's a lot... You're better off with your Note 2 with expandable memory.
I bought the note 5 2 weeks ago. It is a very gorgeous mobile phone, the design and feel in the hand is great, although it is big, it doesn't feel big when you are holding it. However, owning an apple mobile phone for years, there is no comparison when it comes to the OS. Android, a complex OS , does have a lot of shortcomings, you feel that they wanted to put every single thing in an OS, but the performance doesn't support it. My note 5, having only few application installed, sometimes it hangs, app response sometimes is a bit slow. In my apple 6 plus, i didn't experienced it. IOS is a stable OS, simple yet powerful enough for everyday needs. There is no real comparison between this two mobile phones. The cameras has its own features, although i like the camera of iphones better than samsung.