The Note 5 was one of Samsung's most popular smartphones, and it's easy to see why. Release in 2015, this powerful device had a lot to offer its users at the time. In this blog post, we will take a look at the specs and features of the Galaxy Note 5. So, if you're interested in learning more about this phone, keep reading.
*The phone has been discontinued and is no longer available for purchase. The price mentioned is for second hand phones.
The design of the Note series has always been one of its strongest points. The Note 5 is a stylish phone to hold. It has a glass front and glass back which makes it look sleek and feel comfortable in your hand. As it was released in 2015, the phone also has physical buttons on the front display.
However, since the back cover is made of glass, it looks great but can get slippery when wet or greasy (such as after using the fingerprint sensor).
The Note series is known for its large screens, and the Note 5 followed this trend. This phone has a Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1440x2560 pixels. The screen is also curved on both sides.
The Note series is also known for its large batteries, and the Note 5 comes with a battery capacity of 3000mAh. The phone also comes with fast charging capabilities, which means you can get up to hours of use from just minutes of charging.
Under the hood, the Note 5 packs some impressive specs. It has an Exynos 7420 Octa processor, Mali-T760MP8 graphics, and either a 32GB, 64GB, or 128GB of internal storage. The phone also has a RAM of 4GB.
The Note 5 has a 16MP rear-facing camera with optical image stabilization. It also features face detection, autofocus and LED flash, which means you can take good-quality photos in low light conditions. The front-facing camera has a resolution of 5MP.
This was one of the most powerful smartphones available at the time, and used to be great phone for gaming. However, modern games require high-performance processors which the Note 5 can no longer handle.
The Note 5 provided an all-around great smartphone experience. However it can no longer be considered a worthy investment. Modern phones offer a much better performance. So, what do you think? Is the Note 5 worth its price tag? Let us know.