Samsung has launched two new devices, the Galaxy Note5 and the Galaxy S6 edge+. It is reported that the smartphones will be available from 21 Aug in the United States.
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The Note5 has many of the features and designs, which are similar to Galaxy s6. Note5 has a solid metal frame, a high-quality camera, a fast octacore Samsung Exynos processor and a glass front and rear. It has a fixed battery and do not support MicroSD card.
According to a blog, Tuong Nguyen, a principal analyst at Gartner said, “You’re getting rid of the phone in two years anyway, so who cares? People are comfortable with upgrading to the latest and greatest device because product releases are so frequent.”
As compared to S6 edge+, Note5 is lighter and heavier. Both the sets have 4 GB of RAM and the Exynos octacore 64-bit processor. They have a 5.7-inch Quad HD Super Amoled 2,560 x 1,440 screen with 518 ppi resolution, but only the S6 edge+ has a dual-edge screen. With a focal length of 1.9, both the devices have a 5-MP front camera and 16-MP OIS rear camera.
With a fast wired and wireless charging it uses a 3,000 mAh battery. Both devices offer 4K video filming and let users live-stream YouTube videos in full HD to any smartphone, tablet, PC or smart TV. It is said that the problems faced in the previous Samsung sets, is solved in the latest Galaxy Note5 and S6 edge+. If you like the features, do comment below to add your opinion.