The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 isn’t confirmed but thanks to an avalanche of credible rumors and reports, we know that a release is probably going to happen later this year. If and when it does, the Galaxy Note 5 will have to contend with a number of devices including the Samsung Galaxy S6. With a launch getting closer, we roundup the most important Galaxy Note 5 vs. Galaxy S6 details you need to know right now.
In February, Samsung took the stage at Mobile World Congress and announced two new Galaxy S smartphones dubbed Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. The two flagships joined the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge in Samsung’s fight against Android rivals and the iPhone 6.
The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge are two of the best smartphones on the market and they will stay that way until Samsung announces a Galaxy S7 in 2016. They will, however, see increased competition this fall both from Apple and from an in-house competitor that we’ve been calling Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
Samsung hasn’t announced a Galaxy Note 5 just yet but thanks to numerous leaks, we know that it has a next-gen Galaxy Note in development behind the scenes. And if those rumors are to be believed, it looks like the Galaxy Note 5 could give the Galaxy S6 a run for its money. At the very least, it would serve as an alternative to Samsung’s current flagship.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 rumors have touched on everything from the release date to the display to the device’s S Pen stylus. And while nothing is confirmed, we want to start setting your expectations as we push deeper into July towards a Galaxy Note 5 launch.
Today, we want to draw some conclusions as look at the most important things you need to know if you’re planning to replace the Galaxy S6 with a Galaxy Note 5 or if you’re deciding between the two for your next phone. These are the important Galaxy Note 5 vs. Galaxy S6 details to keep in mind as we push into summer.