And finally, it's worth noting that the Galaxy Note 5 is available on one more carrier than the Galaxy Note 4.
The two devices are found on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, and Verizon but the Galaxy Note 5 is also home on C Spire, a regional U.S. carrier. C Spire isn't a huge carrier but some people are going to be genuinely excited that this is an option.
As for the price, the Galaxy Note 5 is actually cheaper than the Galaxy Note 4 was at release. Instead of a $299.99 starting price tag, the Galaxy Note 5 is $250 through carriers like AT&T. While it's cheaper than it usually is, the Galaxy Note 4 is still the more inexpensive phone.
The Galaxy Note 4's price has plummeted since the Galaxy Note 4's arrival and it's available for free through AT&T. Retailers have started knocking its price tag down as well so if it's a cheap phone you're after, the Galaxy Note 4 might be the phone to snag.