Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Or Samsung Galaxy S6: Its Quite Clear Really

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If you are trying to choose between the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 or the Samsung Galaxy S6 the answer should be quite clear really, or is it?

You can get the Samsung Galaxy S6 for about $455 while the price tag of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 comes in with a price tag of about $540.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 comes in at 138 grams while the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is 171 grams. You can pick up the S6 in blue, green, gold, black and white. The Note 5 comes in gold and black colours.

There is a display of 5.1 inches on the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the display of the Samsung Galaxy Note is 5.7 inches. Both of the handsets have a resolution of 2560 X 1440 and both of them are Super AMOLED, both have a touch display and both have multi-touch covered in Gorilla Glass 4.

Both devices offer a camera of 16MP and both are able to record video at 1080p and at 60fps. They both come with HDR video and OIS and both have a camera of 5MP.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 is available in choices of 32, 64 and 128GB and the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is now in 64GB. The Note 5 has 3GB of RAM and the S6 offers 4GB of RAM.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 comes with a battery of 2550mAh and the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 offers the 3000mAh battery. Neither of the devices have batteries that can be removed.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Note 5 come with the Exynos 7240 8 core quad core processor and this is the 2.1GHz processor. Both devices come with support for GPRS, LTE, Edge, nano SIM card, Bluetooth and WiFi.

So is the answer clear as to whether you should go for the Samsung Galaxy S6 or the Samsung Galaxy Note 5?

Always looking for something new to learn, Mario looks at the internet as one big startup. With him at the helm, continues to head in the right direction of providing high quality and unbiased information on the latest new car models and electronics.

1 Comment

  1. Ron Malloy

    May 11, 2016 at 2:08 pm

    Mario, I don’t get it.
    Why compare the two OLD Samsung phones that have given Samsung red-ink. More important, why would you recommend an S6 when Consumer Reports rated the old S5 as a better phone?
    The NOTE 5 and the S6 are looser. Samsung has been stung by their own stupidity. They forgot why so many of us bought Samsung, before the S6 and Note 5 fiasco; replaceable batteries and SD cards.; Samsung miscalculations lead directly to the lower financial performance in the Samsung bottom line.

    Tell your readers to skip the S6 and NOTE 5. They should put the big-bucks into a S7 or wait for the NOTE 6. If dollars are important to the buyers, choose another brand.