Earlier this month, Samsung announced brand new flagship devices including a Galaxy Note 4 successor dubbed Galaxy Note 5. The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is now the flagship but there’s still a lot to like about last year’s model. Here, we take a look at the notable differences between this year’s model and last year’s.
For a year, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 ruled as the company’s flagship Galaxy Note option. Samsung also offered a more expensive curved Galaxy Note Edge but the Galaxy Note 4 was (and still is) the 2014 Galaxy Note model for most smartphone users.
Rumors leading up to Samsung’s Unpacked 2015 event earlier this month hinted at a successor for the Galaxy Note 4 and a new larger version of the Galaxy S6 Edge, the device that Samsung released alongside the Galaxy S6 in April. Those rumors were spot on.
On August 13th, Samsung unveiled two brand new devices including the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Both devices went on sale last week and the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has quickly become one of the top options for those looking to buy a high-end, big screen smartphone.
The Galaxy Note 5 looks a lot different than the Galaxy Note 4 and it comes with a number of new features that should help buyers distinguish it from previous versions of the phone. Today we want to outline the key differences between these two devices.
These will help you if you’re trying to decide between the two or if you’re looking to replace the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with a new device. Say, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
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