Samsung Galaxy Note5 now slashed to RM2,199

Posted:  November 1, 2016   By:    10 comments   


The Galaxy Note7 is no more but you can get last year’s Galaxy Note5 at a reduced price. Originally launched at RM2,699, the Note5 is now officially priced at RM2,199.

To recap, the Galaxy Note5 is currently the next best alternative if you’re looking for a phablet with a productive stylus. It gets a 5.7″ Quad HD AMOLED display and it runs on an Exynos 7420 Octa-Core processor that’s mated to 4GB of RAM. For Malaysia, we are getting the 32GB storage model which isn’t expandable via microSD. This is a dual-SIM device with two nano-SIM slots.

It gets a rather snappy 16MP f/1.9 main camera along with a front-facing 5MP shooter. The battery is a 3,000mAh unit which charges via a traditional micro USB port. Unlike the Galaxy Note7, there’s no water resistance and the screen is a flat one without any curved edges. In terms of software, it currently runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Colour wise, the Note5 is available in Gold, White, Black, Silver and Pink.

For more info, head over to Samsung Malaysia’s Galaxy Note5 page.


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10 Comments for Samsung Galaxy Note5 now slashed to RM2,199


Woow rm2199! Why not rm1999?


I rather too up RM1k and buy iPhone 7.


    LOL… i seen this before…


iphone suck


    Yes i agree (i am iPhone 6 Plus user). iPhone can only be great when it's jailbroken. Even adding additional icon to the bottom dock is restricted. Lame phone i'd say


Going for other models… anyway, the brand now is a phobia for air travellers


Not going to downgrade!


Only if die2 must have S pen… otherwise get s7 edge much better the price….IMHO S-pen not much a deal breaker compared to microsd, water proof and faster CPU…


not only S pen, larger screen too.
wonder no other copy note offer S Pen and larger screen.


    Samsung and Wacom (Stylus) have been partnered since the beginning..
    thats why other manufacturer dont have other option to release a Wacom style smartpphone..
    maybe patented issue? licensing? dunno why..