With 2016 having just begun, pretty sure there would be a number of you who would want to get a new phone for the new year. You might probably choose one of the many new smartphones Samsung released last April, since they are some of the best ones out there in the market right now (Apple too, but we’ll leave that for another post).
And when it comes to a device change, would you rather get a phablet or a flagship? We’ll take a look at both of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6, so you’ll know which suits you best. The first thing to come to mind would definitely be the pricing standpoint. Of the two, your safest bet would probably be the S6 since it’s technically the base model from the batch. But if you’re opting for the least expensive large screen phablet, you’ll have to turn to the Galaxy Note 5. It’s the latest edition from the Note series and it’s pretty obvious that it’s the heaviest among the two.
Dimensions-wise, the Galaxy S6 measures about 143.4 x 0.5 x 6.8mm (138g), while the Note 5 comes in at 153.2 x 76.1 x 7.6mm with 171g. The choice still depends entirely on you, as there are so many different aspects to consider about; the above-mentioned ones are only some factors for buyers that are tempted to consider. So, do you think you know which is best for you now?