The Samsung Galaxy Note5 sets a new benchmark on what a productivity smart phone should be. In its 5th generation, it gets the best in class hardware that’s encased in a premium metal and glass body. The physical hardware isn’t the only improvement here as Samsung has packed more features to empower you to do more with its improved S Pen.
If you’re still thinking whether to upgrade, head after the break for 10 reasons why.
Looking for a flagship phablet that’s not a Galaxy Note5? The LG V10 is now available in Malaysia thanks to grey importer DirectD. Announced earlier this month, the LG V10 is like the G4 on steroids with a couple of extras thrown in.
Huawei’s new premium device, the Mate S will be officially launched in Malaysia next week on Tuesday, 27th of October. Announced during IFA 2015, the 5.5″ smart phone aims to push smart phone interaction further with its “Force Touch” enabled display. A screen that’s pressure sensitive and it is capable to be used as a mini weighing scale during its launch event.
With the Galaxy Note5 and iPhone 6s out of the way, Samsung is undoubtedly working full force on next year’s flagship, the Galaxy S7. At the moment, Samsung is leading the Android pack, with benchmark crushing performance and finally a premium build utilising metal and glass materials.
So what will Samsung do next for the first half of 2016? Based on what we’ve heard so far, they are introducing a couple of new features to widen its gap against its competitors.