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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 with 4GB RAM and 5.7-inch Quad HD display features

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 with 4GB RAM and 5.7-inch Quad HD display features

Samsung has finally announced its latest flagship tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. The latest version of the device carries the Samsung Galaxy S6 design language.This latest Galaxy Note 5 comes with 5.7-inch Super AMOLED panel with a QHD 2560×1440 pixel resolution and the device comes ultra-sharp visual quality. The highlight of the smartphone Samsung’s Super AMOLED the contrast, along with bright colour, brightness, sharpness and viewing angles all promise to be main highlight of the smartphone.

The Galaxy Note 5 comes with good latest storage standard which has UFS 2.0. The Samsung base model will build 32GB of internal storage but it can be further upgrade to 64GB to match the need of the users. The latest Galaxy Note 5 new design language means no microSD slot and surprisingly Samsung is not releasing the 128GB variant this time.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5

The coming in to Samsung Galaxy Note 5 camera has the sensor and it’s been directly lifted from the Galaxy S6. The Galaxy Note 5 has 16 megapixel f/1.9 aperture sensor which also has optical image stabilization and brings auto real-time HDR option. The Galaxy Note 5 unit is capable of recording 2160p videos and the cameras can also live stream 1080p videos to YouTube.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 handsets and Galaxy Note series devices has launched same year, so there is no much surprising and the Galaxy Note 5 using same chipset from the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, and Galaxy S6 edge+ which is similar specifications.

The new Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has come with pre-loaded (non-removable) 3,000mAh battery which gives better performance along with standby talk time to users. The Galaxy Note 5 has better processor and the return of Samsung’s Power saving mode which should save excellent battery performance from this smartphone.

Also See: Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo listed online along with specifications

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