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Samsung Galaxy S6 vs Note 5: The Answer Is Clear

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When it comes to choosing between the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Note 5 the answer is quite clear, or is it?

The price tag of the Samsung Galaxy S6 is around $455 and the price of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is about $540.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 has a weight of 138 grams and the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is 171 grams. The S6 is available in green, blue, gold, white and black and the Note 5 in black and gold.

The display of the Samsung Galaxy S6 is 5.i inches and the one on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is 5.7 inches. Both offer resolution of 2560 x 1440, both are Super AMOLED, touchscreen, multi-touch and have Gorilla Glass 4.

The camera on both handsets is 16MP and both record video at 1080p and 60fps. They both offer OIS and HDR along with HDR video. They both offer a 5MP camera too.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 is available in 32, 64 and 128GB and the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is available in 64GB. The latter offers 3GB and the former has 4GB.

The battery on the Samsung Galaxy S6 is 2550mAh and the one on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is 300mAh, but neither are removable.

Both the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 offer the Exynos 7240 8 core quad-core processor with the 2.1GHz processor. Both support nano SIM card, GPRS, LTE and Edge, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

So if you are trying to choose between the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is the answer clear over which you should go for?

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2 Comments

  1. osalt2

    May 9, 2016 at 6:46 am

    IMO: Both are useless & not at all interesting (Samsung’s BIG Mistake)since neither has expandable storage. They will both soon be found at the bargain basement outlets soon!

  2. Asif Ali Kazi

    May 10, 2016 at 5:02 am

    Note5 is and obvious choice. It has 3000mAh battery and not 300mAh.
    Pressure sensing stylus never discussed!
    BTW Apple never ever had removable battery.