Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 in Picture Review " The Idea with Great Expectation to get Success "

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 in Picture
Samsung actually started made a great decision with their first Galaxy Note. It was an attractive device, combining a large display without leaving the body style, and many reviewers felt that the device size would lead to poor sales. but I think this is not true, because until now Samsung Galaxy Note 5 still be one of the excellent Gadget.

Samsung's Note line of phones has always been about three things: a large screen, outsized performance, and a stylus. But now, with the Galaxy Note 5, two of those three things aren't so special anymore. Every Android phone is big now, and almost all of those big phones are fast and powerful. And more than any of them, Apple's iPhone 6 Plus has been eroded Samsung's claim to phablet dominance. Right now i think the rest of the world caught up with the Galaxy Note.

Samsung Galaxy S movement is very fast compared to other smartphones.and Fast forward a few years and the Galaxy Note line is Samsung’s second biggest, after their flagship standard-sized Galaxy S series.

The Notes have proven themselves to be popular with power users over the last four years, thanks to powerful hardware, top-end cameras, and plenty of screen diamont. They’ve been more popular than Apple, opposed to large screens for years due to usability concerns, released their first phablet-class device last year.

Fighting all of that was always going to be an uphill struggle, so something had to change. To its credit, Samsung did just that. The new Note is different: it's a beautifully designed object that feels like it belongs to the same family as the other Galaxy phones. If you can't beat 'em with power and size, try to beat them with design.


The Galaxy Note 5 is Samsung’s latest iteration of their stylus-equipped smartphone, always sitting alongside the Galaxy S6 Edge+ in the large-screened market. The Note 5 body is similar because continues the design language Samsung established with Galaxy S6, with several other features – including the 16-megapixel camera and Exynos 7420 SoC – also transitioning from the S6 to the Note 5.

However, with Apple having just launched the iPhone6s Plus, Samsung faces extremely stiff competition in the phablet business. The Plus line has been as huge for Apple as the Note line has been for Samsung, and the 6s Plus is one of the few real challengers to the Note 5. Samsung can’t just expect to win the large-screen battle by default any more, which means the Note 5 needs to be a truly compelling device for it to succeed.

There actually isn't a single thing I can even come close to complaining about on the Galaxy Note 5's display. It's so great that you don't even perceive specific high and low points of the panel — you just use the phone and enjoy it.

Considering the size of the bezels on the front of the phone there really isn't any room for front-facing speakers, and the flat back isn't really compatible with a back-mounted speaker either. Samsung's hands were kind of tied, and the speaker seems to do the most with its size, but that doesn't mean the end result is all that impressive. (And depending on how you hold your phone you might well end up covering the grille with a finger anyway.) Thankfully there are plenty of great wired and Bluetooth speakers and headphones available that'll work just fine.

To that point Samsung has included new audio technology to help you get the best possible quality out of wired speakers and headphones, with support for 24 bit/192kHz audio including upscaling when you play MP3-quality files. Samsung also has proprietary high-quality Bluetooth audio, which when paired with its Level audio products can offer 24 bit/96kHz audio.
Galaxy Note 5 Specs

Samsung is always win in competition in more more condition like Exynos 7420 octa-core processor that runs the Galaxy S6, but paired up with a larger 4GB of RAM and your choice of 32 or 64GB of internal storage. The display on front is a 5.7-inch QHD (that's 2560x1440) Super AMOLED, and around the back you'll find a 16MP camera with OIS. Add in faster category 9 LTE, Bluetooth 4.2, every Wifi lead you could ask for and plenty of sensors, and you've got a very complete package here.

Operating System
Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, TouchWiz
5.7-inch QHD (2560x1440, 518 ppi) Super AMOLED
Exynos 7420 octa-core (2.1GHz quad + 1.5GHz quad)
64bit, 14nm
32 or 64GB, UFS 2.0
Rear Camera
16MP, f/1.9, OIS, phase detection auto focus
4K video, slow motion video
Front Camera
5MP, f/1.9
LTE cat.9
(network bands vary by market)
802.11ac Wifi, 2.4/5GHz, MIMO (2x2), 620Mbps
Bluetooth v4.2 LE, ANT+
NFC, Location (GPS, Glonass, Beidou)
Accelerometer, Proximity, RGB Light, Geo-magnetic, Gyro, Fingerprint, Barometer, Hall, HRM
Micro USB 2.0, Adaptive Fast Charging
Qi wireless, Powermat wireless, fast wireless charging
3000 mAh
153.2 x 76.1 x 7.6mm
black sapphire, white pearl, gold platinum
(colors will vary by market)


Yeah,if we talking about Camera ,we always taking the difference between 8 MP, 13MP, 16MP, 20MP etc. Megapixels don't always mean everything when it comes to the best camera phones, so some 13MP, 16MP, 20MP snappers can't compare to the 8MP iPhone 6s Plus or 12MP iPhone 6s Plus camera.

Over the past few years Samsung has done a very good job of cleanse their skin making it more elegan,sensitif and deleting a lot of the unnecessary clutter that interupted previous iterations. I still prefer the visual style of stock Android, as I’m sure many other people do, but Samsung’s skin composites in a lot better with other Android apps than past versions, which makes the device feel at lot more cohesive as you move from app to app.

I appreciate many of the Note 5’s software features, including the easy access to settings in a small section of the notification screen, and full theming functionality. Other features, such as split-screen app support and Quick Connect, I can see being handy for some users even if I didn’t use them very often myself. Live streaming to YouTube directly from the phone is also a handy feature, exclusive to the Note 5, though again I didn’t find myself using it very often.


Samsung has — whether rightly or wrongly — been criticized as of late for how it handles memory and chooses which apps continue to run in the background. I was never particularly bothered by this on the Galaxy S6, and I haven't seen any issues in the Note 5. Be it the extra gigabyte of RAM or software improvements, I was able to open up dozens of apps and intentionally switch between very old cached processes to see how the phone reacted — apps resumed properly, without reloading or losing data. Let's hope this oft-cited issue has been resolved.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Foto Sample
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Foto Sample
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Foto Sample
Just as multitasking all seems up to speed, so does the rest of the interface. Gone are the small bits of lag I experienced in the first software versions on the Galaxy S6, and the Note 5 is extremely quick in everything it does. Opening apps, navigating heavy websites, swapping between apps and graphically-intensive games are all up to speed. It's what we expect from such powerful internals.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Foto Sample Foto Sample
Everything is considerably faster than the Galaxy Note 4. It seems Samsung really has the combination of hardware and low-level software sorted out to get maximum performance out of this phone.


Samsung has made a new Galaxy Note that appeals to even more people, and if you're looking for a phone with a big screen, plenty of power and a great camera, you really don't have to look any further. Of course you'll pay a nice heap of cash for it — starting at no less than $700for the basemodel — but that just comes with the territory when you talk high-end Samsung phones.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 in Picture

if you want the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to be a "more excelent" device that leaves behind its plastic origins finally has the device they've been asking for. But, it does leave behind some Note series staples.

The sacrifices Samsung felt it needed to make to get to that premium Note 5 design have turned off some longtime users. Thankfully, there's a lot more to like about this phone upgrade than dislike.
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