sajibe, 23 Aug 2015the concept is you use the storage for app and you listen your music online why wasting stora... moreOr use a hacked version of Spotify? Or christ buy an MP3/FLAC player that takes SD. You'll save on battery life too.
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2015I have 50+ GB of music and 2GB of books on my sd card, plus i need a few GBs of the internal s... morewhoa,thats one hell of the storage..i have a question for you..did you enjoy all the 50+gb music??did you read all the 2gb books??
Wow i thought they will release a premium Note 5, and they did better than expected until theres no 128 GB version, i know not everyone need 128 GB version perhaps just a geek like me who needed it but
But it was actually for Futureproof concept and i think 64 GB wont be enough after 3 Years of usage since i dont change often and treated my phone well so it wont break,and i know dont compare me with other that say after 1 year their phone broke out and need to change and stuff
Everyone is unique,so dont compare them some may have Smart phone that last for just month some last years its actually how you treat your smartphone
Thanks Samsung for Ditching the 128 GB ,perhaps im just ordinary customer but thats -1 customer for you sammy ,Iphone 6 Plus i guess then for me
TheNeighbor, 23 Aug 2015It has the exact same processor as the S6. Not even a different model number. This is the firs... moreAt the moment it IS the best mobile processor currently available and they beefed it up with some more RAM so technically they've not slighted the Note series.
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2015Well, that settled it. Samsung can just come out clean and tell everyone they ditch the sd slo... moreThey did because it is too slow and they're probably sick of the geeks and freaks in the mobile world saying their phones lag which in my experience is a load of bull.
coolz, 23 Aug 2015Hi, What i understand why note5 series and all the Samsung phones having USF 2.0 platform a... moreIt's not that it isn't compatible it's that the read/write speeds are MILES slower than UFS 2.0. People like to moan about Samsung's 'lagging' which on a new flagship device is a load of rubbish anyway (I highly suspect some people get fake or in some cases defective units [even at a 1% defective rate there will still be a lot in the millions sold]) and to not impact on the devices performance they phased out the SD card option for cloud and larger internal memory options.
TheNeighbor, 23 Aug 2015What are talking about? It has a dual SIM version with double SIM tray. Usually, the second tr... moreWell, that settled it. Samsung can just come out clean and tell everyone they ditch the sd slot on purposes. The end. Closed case.
techno-prof, 23 Aug 2015Over the whole note line and year after year, samsung note was always a hit, a rocket, number ... moreIt has the exact same processor as the S6. Not even a different model number. This is the first time a Galaxy Note was not a better technology than the S series.
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2015I figured out why they can't put sd slot. The phone is thinner than Note4. Yes, thicker than G... moreWhat are talking about? It has a dual SIM version with double SIM tray. Usually, the second tray can also be placed with a micro SD card.
It's really a deliberate move on Samsung's part NOT to implement it at all.
TheNeighbor, 23 Aug 2015Yes, let's not complain.
Let's not critique.
Let's not be be asking for better things.
What i understand why note5 series and all the Samsung phones having USF 2.0 platform are not compatible with SD card slot.
This is the reacon currently Samsung has not put sd card slot, in my view.
Over the whole note line and year after year, samsung note was always a hit, a rocket, number 1 in benchmark, and the note 5 is just that way..perfect design, performance, camera, functions, and speed. Although i didnt like s6 that much , but i definitely liked the note 5..battery is very good, so no prb with the non removable battery, and if i need more mermory space an nfc sd card will do the work
TheNeighbor, 22 Aug 2015Galaxy A8 Dual SIM version can take 128GB micro SD card, has 16/5 MP cameras, and a damn metal... moreI figured out why they can't put sd slot. The phone is thinner than Note4. Yes, thicker than Galaxy A8 but you forgot the curved glass at the back. The curved glass make the side slimmer and thinner which give no space for the internal component. That curved sides might be hollow for all we know. The space taken by the component is smaller than first thought. They want to make a device that can be hold in one hand and trim the battery to make them thinner. Use a 14nm processor and get rid of the IR blaster to give more space for the Spen at least. Every single space in the phone is used to the fullest. Sealed battery is the final touch to make it as thin as it can be. If there is so much space left you won't be seeing the camera bump would you?
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2015I have 50+ GB of music and 2GB of books on my sd card, plus i need a few GBs of the internal s... morethe concept is you use the storage for app and you listen your music online
why wasting storage on music when you can just search and listen from the vast collection of web portals
TheNeighbor, 23 Aug 2015And you'd be happy with a 32GB model? Because that's likely what your region will be selling, ... moreI've been with note since not 1 til 4.i had 2 say im happy with 4 but the finger print sucks.finally 5 is out, i think its time 2 leave samsung.built in memory? Ok nvm, i could take it,no sd card....? Ok i can adapt...no 128gb?? What da hell is samsung thinking bout?? Too much 2 give up even storage space.Bye samsung
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2015i just wanna ask,how come the 26GB is not enough for you??what did you put inside your phone??... moreI have 50+ GB of music and 2GB of books on my sd card, plus i need a few GBs of the internal storage for apps and a few more for downloading stuff if needed and a few more for video recording if needed.
Meaning, even a 64GB-model without an sd card is useless for me, while 16GB internal+SD card is just fine.
i just wanna ask,how come the 26GB is not enough for you??what did you put inside your phone??and how can i survive with a shitty dual-core and half gig of ram smartphone with 1 gb internal memory only??i wait for you to reply
It's hard for me to accept a non-removable battery for Samsung, since their batteries are not very reliable. Having removable batteries is the only consolation, since I've replaced bloated Samsung (original) batteries in several Samsung phones already. On the other hand, my wife's iPhones, though non-removable, never needed their batteries replaced. I'm afraid these new Notes will cause headaches after a year or so. Ditto with memory cards - the benefits of being able to upgrade to higher capacities and faster cards is just too much to give up. I'm probably going to try another brand while Samsung thinks this way.
Khopadi, 22 Aug 2015Dude removable battery is totally worst i just hate this type of phone. i believe in new techn... more@Khopadi Dude sorry I can't understand your comment. A non-removable battery and a removable one is the same technology. One just hopelessly locks the battery inside, while the other gives an option of replacing it anytime with a fresh charged battery. How can removable battery be worst?