It’s been more than a month since the world welcomed the latest addition to the family of Samsung smartphones, Samsung Note 5. By now, all the best of the new gadget experts and techno guardians have already seen what this beautiful baby can do.
Personally, we would love to add more notes to the reviews on Samsung Note 5 but that would be unnecessary. If you were planning to buy this smartphone and is just investigating around, or if you are just plain curious about this phone, you would have wanted to read the reviews about it.
Most Trusted Samsung Note 5 Reviews
But wouldn’t that take too long and waste too much of your time and effort? What you wanted to know right now is to probably find a compilation of all the reviews on the Samsung Note 5 written by the best and most trusted gadget reviewers. We wanted you to relax and have an easier time, so we did all the dirty works for you. Here, we gathered top 5 of our most trusted Samsung Note 5 reviews so that all you have to do is to sit back, relax, enjoy and have fun reading the reviews on this sleek and elegant new Note 5. And then you can watch the new music video by Ariana Grande).
Top 5 Favorite Gadget Reviewers
Here are short snippets of the reviews written by our top 5 favorite gadget reviewers:
- Cnet.com gave an 8.9 rating for the smoothest and sleekest stylus-equipped Samsung smartphone with the hugest screen as of late. However, it said that Samsung Note 5 is too pricey, saying in particular that “Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5 is excellent overall, and the only phone to buy if you want to write by hand. However, you’ll pay a huge premium for a modest upgrade from last year’s model, and less pricey competitors will satisfy many.”
- Techradar mainly says on its headline for its Samsung Note 5 review that “The best big android phone with a stylus gets a makeover”. The verdict? Techradar says that“The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 requires two hands and a pile of cash, but it’s the best Android phone with a large screen, a stylus and an accurate camera.”
- UK’s PCAdvisor also has something to say about the smartphone, although they’re disappointed that it wouldn’t be available to ship to UK sooner. Here’s what PCAdvisor says. “We’re very fond of just about every aspect of the Galaxy Note 5, from its curved and sleek design to its vibrant display and high-resolution camera. It can handle almost anything you can throw at it thanks to its CPU, GPU and 4GB of RAM and we experienced no lag during our testing. The only bad point is that the Note 5 would sometimes falsely detect the S Pen detaching – and to point out such a minor fault says a lot about the quality of the handset. With this being said, we’re both surprised and sad that the Galaxy Note 5 won’t be heading to UK shores any time soon.”
- AndroidPit says that Samsung Note 5 is still a big deal. However, it gives a harsher, and a more honest review. Here’s their comment on this Samsung gadget. “The Galaxy Note 5 is a great device, both visually and physically. The reason it doesn’t score a full five marks is because it seems that design was a higher priority than useful features like a microSD card slot, replaceable battery or the conferencing microphone that the Note 4 had.” Moreover, it thinks that Samsung should address all those aforementioned issues so that it can surpass its predecessor.
- TrustedReviews gives a rating of 8/10, and just like AndroidPit, it points out that “If you’re a loyal Note fan and already own theNote 4, then I would personally wait until the next instalment unless you really like the look of the sleeker, S6-inspired design.” As a final verdict, it says that “The Note 5 is one of the best phablets on the market, but it’s lost of some its uniqueness.”