5 ways Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is better than Galaxy Note 4!

    Couple of months back, the South Korean giant Samsung has launched its new flagship phablet dubbed as Galaxy Note 5. Coming out of its traditional design philosophy, the Note 5 comes with similar design to that of Galaxy S6 featuring dual curved edges and glass body on both front and rear.

    5 ways Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is better than Galaxy Note 4!

    Moreover, the company has made this big phone easier to use in one hand, which makes Note 5 more ergonomic. Also, Note 5 comes upgraded in all possible ways to make it more powerful, when compared to Note 4.

    5 ways Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is better than Galaxy Note 4!

    Reiterating the specs, the Note 5 comes packed with 5.7-inch QHD SUPER AMOLED display, Octacore Exynos 7420 SoC, 4GB RAM, 32GB/64GB internal memory, 16MP/5MP camera, S-Pen, 3000mAh unit on board.

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    Even though both has their own strength and weakness, we'll have a look at 5 things that Note 5 does better than its predecessor Note 4.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 5 - S-Pen

    Compared to Note 4's stylus, this S-Pen is sensitive and more responsive on the screen. 

    Samsung Galaxy Note 5 - Keyboard

    The latest keyboard on the Galaxy Note 5 is much better when compared to Note 4, with large buttons, key pop-ups and other features.

    Moreover, the keyboard will now sync with your Samsung account.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 5 - Single Hand Usage

    Nowadays, every phablet is coming with One Handed mode. On the Note 4, the user need to swipe in from the edge of the screen, reach the center, and then swipe back. But in Note 5, all you need to do is triple-press the hardware home button.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 5 - Camera

    The Note 5 comes with upgraded features like little exposure slider in auto mode and the very powerful Pro mode.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 5 - S-Note

    Users can add pages in notebook without edit mode. In this version '>' symbol is replaced by '+' to add pages.


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