Samsung has again revealed his latest version of Galaxy Note 5 with Dual sim variant option, finally in the Indian nation.
It comes with a price of Rupees 51,400 only. Both the sim slot is applicable with Nano Sim slot.
This price tag been divided according to the available designs and versions. The users who will prefer 32GB internal storage and Dual SIM slot variant will have to pay Rs 51,400 while the users who will prefer Single SIM slot will have to pay Rs 47,900 only.
On other hand with Single SIM slot if you go for 64GB internal storage, then you will have to pay Rs 53,900 only.
The device is running on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. The outer chasis of the device is extremely premium to touch and comes with a glass and metal blend.
The Galaxy Note 5 is large and comes with a screen size of 5.7 inches.
Images are very crisp as it has a Quad HD display AMOLED screen, which is a technology Samsung always uses for its screen. The processor is power by Exynos 7420 and it comes with 4 GB RAM.
The resolution of the screen is 2560 x 1440 pixel and the density is 518ppi, further resulting to images that are very wonderful to look at.
The battery is a little low, at 3000mAh as compared to the previous version but it is acceptable, since the OS can manage battery by a little bit.
The S pen has also been improved to better writing pressure sensitivity and performance. Earlier, users were facing troubles with the SPen, because they did not really know which side to put into the phone.
The two ends of the pen were so identical that users usually ended up putting the wrong end of the stylus in the device, further making it prone to problems regarding the pen gate.
It would usually get stuck in the dock and when users tried pulling it out, there would be problems putting it back inside as the gate would stop functioning.
Other features worth mentioning are the rear camera of 16MP, front camera of 5MP, Bluetooth 4.2,Hotspot,GPS, Dual band, WiFi and the support of NFC.