It has been always a great experience with Samsung flagship. It introduces us latest features which amaze from within. There was Note 4 and its amazing pixel-packed display, empowering innards and trendy stylus. Samsung soon will be coming with its forthcoming flagship galaxy Note 5 in September and do not ask about the expectation as it is always more than high when it comes to have the production from it.
The Note 5 has been expected to come with an insanely sharp 4K screen. This is a full UHD resolution of 3840 x 2160, or 748ppi and 5.89 screen size.
The 2K screens on the Note 4, LG G4, Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are already sufficient, you can imagine how it will affect battery life.
Apart from 2K screen of Note 4, you can create the pixels when it is strapped to your face through the Gear VR headset and from Oculus Rift, those pixels will not able to work.
The jump from 5.7 inches to 5.89 inches could very well be a legitimate concern for many gadget freak. The 6 inch Google Nexus 6 is uncomfortable to use and literally for the long term use the phone will not be very handy with the Note 5.
The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge have both raised the bar for Samsung quality and design.
It is said to be most attractive, most premium flagships the South Korean tech giant has produced till date. The trouble is, Samsung has relinquished the removable battery in its latest flagships, choosing instead for a glass back and thinner body.
Glass back would give the feeling of more premium than the Note 4’s faux leather rear but we are hoping it to co-exist with a removable battery in good manner.
This would reward us for waiting for it in a way to provide premium design and flexibility in removable battery.
Android M’s full support already for USB Type-C connectors too, it is not least to see one of those bottom of the Note 5 either.
Samsung will not take back sit by using Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor for its flagship devices, when it has already succeeded in its own Exynos processor, which has propelled the S6 and S6 Edge to the top listed in the charts.
When Samsung decided to make wise turn by using its own Exynos chips instead of Snapdragon 810 as it was reportedly giving overheating issues. According to Sam Mobile, the Note 5 will be packed with Samsung’s newer Exynos 7422 chipset. This meritorious crams in the processor, graphics processor, storage, RAM and modem into one single board, which will help improve the power efficiency so the better battery life.
Some murmurs directed to the less powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor which we found in the LG G4 being used in the Note 5 Edge variant (not confirmed).
We can see out flagships with exciting improvements, including improved Google Now on Tap and improve to long your standby time.
PRICE AND RELEASE DATE
No official announcement yet discovered from Samsung. Previous Note models have all launched at the beginning of IFA in September in Berlin, which shows that we are expected to see the Note 5 on or around 4 September. We are also waiting for Galaxy S7 release date.