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Test firmware for an Indian variant of the Galaxy Note 5 has been spotted, suggesting that a launch might not be too far away.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is getting a lot of positive reviews over its sleek physique, but a major design flaw lurks in the new smartphone.
Phablet users complain that when they put their stylus in the wrong way it stops working altogether.
However, the Note 5 is not expected to come to the UK, with Samsung confirming at launch that for now it would be pushing the phone in other markets. However, Android Police’s pen detection feature never worked properly again. In other words: it’s not Samsung’s fault. I mean, why would any normal person put the
Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ will only be available in 32 GB and 64 GB capacities, contrary to some information suggesting 128 GB models would be sold. The Galaxy Note 5 has a detachable hard keyboard and a new feature called SideSync that allows messages to be synced across phones and computers
Samsung’s new duo are the best Android phablets yet. The question is, do you want a stylus or curved screen?
Samsung's latest Galaxy Note launched in the US last week, and we've been putting pen to screen to put it through the paces. Join Gizmag as we review the hot-off-the-press Samsung Galaxy Note 5... Continue Reading Samsung Galaxy Note...Show More Summary
Samsung is now offering iPhone owners a 30-day trial of the Galaxy S6 Edge+, Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge for the tidy sum of $1. Samsung has announced only the 32GB and 64GB models of the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus smartphones. If you don’t like it better than your
If you happen insert the S Pen stylus the wrong way into the device - either accidentally or on purpose - then there’s a chance that the stylus, device, or both will be damaged.
The smartphone's stylus gets jammed when you insert it backwards into the storage slot, which can break it permanently. It's a problem some research analysts say harkens back to Apple's iPhone design uproar.
We already gave you a look at how the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 performs in its own drop test video, but why not bring the whole family in on the fun? TechRax was the crazy outlet which decided to do just that.
Samsung may be releasing another smartphone as part of its "active" line this November, if recent reports are true. According to a Tech Times report, this time around, the Korean phone manufacturer has set its sights on its recently unveiled phablet, the Galaxy Note 5. This will be the first time that Samsung will make an active version of its large-screen flagship phone.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has some unique features for travelers. Here's a quick rundown of some of the best.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is one of the most beefed up and powerful smartphones the world has ever seen. In terms of raw specs, the Note 5 blows the 2014 iPhone 6 out of the water with 4GB of RAM and a zippier processor, but as Apple has taught us for so many years, […]
Karalux, a Vietnamese gold-plating shop, has unveiled a 24K gold plated Samsung Galaxy Note 5 smartphone with a VND 25 million ($1110) price tag.
The Galaxy S6 Edge+ is the closest thing we've got to a "Samsung greatest hits" phone. There's the sleek, curved glass from the S6 Edge coupled with the larger 5.7-inch screen from the Note lineup. Together, they make up one of Samsung's most memorable smartphones yet. Show More Summary
Yesterday, we warned you folks of a potential pitfall that you could stumble into should you find your Samsung Galaxy Note 5's S-Pen inserted the wrong way. Here's Samsung's very sensible take on all of it: just read the manual.
While Samsung might have recently announced new phones in the form of the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+, it seems that is not all the South Korean tech giant is up to. They have just announced a new high-end tablet as well in the form of the Galaxy Tab S2, which will arrive in two different sizes: a 8-inch model and a 9.7-inch model. Show More Summary
If you insert the S-Pen stylus into the Galaxy Note 5 the wrong way there's a good chance that you'll damage the pen or the device. Samsung's advice: Follow the instructions in the user guide.