Samsung unveils Galaxy Note-5 as the fifth generation gadget offering in ‘Note’ series of premium Smartphones. The gadget will be available in two variants 32 GB and 64 GB from the 20th September 2015. The company has filed three colors, namely – black sapphire, gold platinum and silver titanium, priced at Rs. 53900 and Rs.59900 respectively for 32 GB and 64 GB.
The premium Smartphone comes with a 5.7-inch QHD super AMOLED screen and a 518ppi pixel density, which supports the S-Pen stylus. The phone is powered by Samsung’s 64-Bit Exynos octa-core (2.1GHz quad-core and 1.5GHz quad –core) processor, supported by 4 GB RAM (LPDDR4). The newly launched phone does not support micro-SD cards in both the variants, moreover has 3000mAh non-removable battery.
Smartphone users will find support for accustomed suspects like 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and more. The device supports fast-charging both on wired and wireless, although, wireless charge is excluded from the current price of phone.
Samsung claims that Note-5’s new S-Pen is more solid and balanced for its users, which offers varieties of tools and writing capabilities. While using the S-Pen they can now quickly write down of phone screen, without unlocking the device.
The ‘Air Command’ attribute has also been upgraded, now the icon drift for immediate access to all of S-Pen tools from any screen anytime. Users can also add footnotes on PDF files and capture long articles or images in one go through ‘Scroll Capture’.
Galaxy Note-5 is equipped with a 16 MP rear camera, which has Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) and a 5 MP front facing camera.
The all new Galaxy Note-5 resembles to Note 4 and earlier launched S6, such as glass front and rear framed out of solid metal. It’s overall much smaller and lighter in comparison of Note4. Main highlight of Note-5 is a new and improved S-Pen, accommodated at lower right side of device.
Samsung Note-5 runs on latest Android 5.1 Lollipop with a layer of customized TouchWiz interface. The device is gifted with streaming up to 1080p at 60 frames per second. Some other new feature includes live streaming from camera app to YouTube, also to those apps that connects phone of PC.