Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Lowest Price Rs.35,900
FindYogi Index 2.50 (out of 5)

The current price for this product seems OK but products with similar specs at cheaper price are available.

Also known as : Samsung Galaxy Note 5 32GB

Key Features

  • Single Sim, NaNo-SIM, GSM
  • 16.0 Megapixels Camera with Flash
  • Android 5.1.1 - Lollipop
  • 5.7 Inch Display,2560 x 1440 pixels
  • 32 GB Internal Memory
  • 4 GB RAM

Variants of Samsung Galaxy Note 5

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 64GB

Price of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 in India

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 price in India is Rs.35,900. flipkart is the best price seller for this Samsung Mobiles from amongst 7 sellers.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Specifications

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Specification and features are mentioned below. The specification are from the 7 seller(s) and other reliable sources

Important Dates
Release Date September 07, 2015
Announced Date August 13, 2015
Sim Support Single Sim, NaNo-SIM, GSM
Phone Dimensions 153.2 x 76.1 x 7.6 mm
Phone Weight 171 grams
Keypad Touch
SAR Value 1.53 W/kg (head) 1.28 W/kg (body)
Screen Size 5.7 inches (Screen to Body Ratio: 76.83%)
Screen Resolution 2560 x 1440 Pixels, 515 ppi
Screen Type Super AMOLED, With 16 M Colors
Touch Type Capacitive With Multitouch
Screen Protection Corning Gorilla Glass 4
Photo & Video
Camera ✔ 16.0 Megapixel
Flash ✔ LED flash
Front Camera ✔ 5.0 Megapixel
Camera Features Rear (F/1.9 Aperture, 28 mm Lens, Optical Image Stabilization, 0.38 inch Sensor Size, 1.12 micron Pixel Size, Geo-Tagging, Touch Focus, Face/Smile Detection, Panorama, HDR, 4K 21660p UHD Video Recording), Front (F/1.9 Aperture, 22 mm Lens, 2K 1440p@60 fps Video Recording, Dual Video Calling, Auto HDR).
Video Recording ✔ 2160p at 30 fps
Front Flash
Operating System Android 5.1.1 - Lollipop
Processor 2.1 GHz , Samsung Exynos 7 7420 Octa-Core
GPU (Graphics) ARM Mali-T760 MP8, 772 MHz
User Interface Samsung Touchwiz
Battery 3000 mAh, Li-po (Non-removable)
Battery Talk Time Up to 22 Hours (3G), Up to 64 Hours (Audio Playback Time), Up to 15 Hours (Video Playback Time), Up to 13 Hours (Internet Usage Time Wi-Fi), Up to 11 Hours (Internet Usage Time 4G), Up to 10 Hours (Internet Usage Time 3G).
3G ✔ HSDPA, 42.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
4G ✔ LTE, Cat6, 50 Mbps UL, 300 Mbps DL
Wi-Fi ✔ with Tethering
USB Connectivity ✔ microUSB v2.0, USB Host
GPS ✔ with A-GPS Support, GLONASS, Beidou
Bluetooth ✔ v4.2
Support NFC
External Display Connectivity Wifi Direct
E-mail ✔ with Push E-mail
Document Reader
FM Radio
Alert Types Vibration, MP3, WAV
PDF Reader
Phonebook Memory Practically Unlimited Contacts
Internal Storage 32 GB
Other Features
Sensors Accelerometer, Barometer, Fingerprint Sensor, Gyro Sensor, Geomagnetic Sensor, Hall Sensor, HR Sensor, Proximity Sensor, RGB Light Sensor
Quick Charging
Additional Features S Pen Support, ANT+ Support, Wearable Device Support [(Gear Circle (Manager Support), Gear Fit, Gear], S-Voice, Samsung Pay (Visa, MasterCard certified), Wireless charging (Qi/PMA).

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Overview

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The Good

  • Best in Class Display
  • Great Battery life
  • Best in Class Camera

The Bad

  • No SD Card Slot
  • No Removable Battery like Note 4
  • S-pen put back in other way around can break the slot.

The Bottom Line

Even with some of the removed trademark features from the Note series like the SD card slot and Removable battery, its hard to not recommend Galaxy Note 5 with its Gorgeous screen, Brilliant Camera and all day battery life its still as good as a phone can get.



With the Galaxy Note 5 Samsung has a revamped design for its Note series with a flat 5.7 inch display on the front and a curved back panel both sides covered by Corning Gorilla Glass 4. The design looks stylish as always but the back is prone to fingerprints and smudges. The home key has a fingerprint sensor built in which is responsive and works very well. The S-Pen needs to be pushed in to release it and also has a tendency to be inserted back in the wrong way. This doesn’t feel much of an issue but makes the process of taking out the pen a bit longer and a little-bit of hindsight while designing might have made it better.



The phone has a 5.7 inch Super AMOLED QuadHD display. The viewing angles are great and the display is bright allowing easy usage in bright conditions. The Note 5 is significantly thinner and lighter than its predecessors even though it still has the same display size. Note 5 display is without a doubt the best display you can get in a mobile device right now at the time of its launch.



The Note 5 boasts of a Quad-core Cortex-A53 1.5 GHz and Quad-core Cortex-A57 2.1 GHz powered by Exynos 7420 chipset and Mali-T760MP8 GPU. The combination of all these provides seamless performance in all conditions and even provides a smooth gaming experience with no lag. The single downward facing speaker provides loud and smooth audio and call quality was clear as well.

As with all Note series the performance is top notch with really no stones left unturned when it comes to hardware department.



The 3000 mAh battery on the Galaxy Note 5 provided sufficiently long periods without charging. The battery life is good with upto 12 hours of continuous video playback. The phone also comes with wireless charging ability and a fast charger which charged the phone from 0 to 50 in 30 minutes and full charge in an hour and a half. The phone has a power saving mode as well which turns the screen monochrome, reduces the brightness and limits the use of battery draining apps and extending the battery life considerably which is great during emergencies when you can't get a charger right away.



The camera on the phone is the same as the Galaxy S6 with 16 megapixels, f1.9 aperture, Optical Image stabilization and a 28mm lens with dual LED flash and heart rate sensor. The images taken from the camera were sharp and had plenty of detail with excellent color and white balance. The camera UI comes with a bunch of camera modes with the option of downloading more if the user wants to. Switching to the gallery was also fast. The phone had the excellent 4K recording quality which has been seen in previous phones of the series as well as in the S series. On the front there’s a 5 megapixels camera with auto HDR. Camera in Note 5 is best in class and argubably the best one in a smart phone.



The Note 5 runs on Android 5.1 Lolipop with Samsung’s new TouchWiz UI. It feels like a deskinned version of the regular UI loaded with a few more features making it lighter and more responsive. The UI supports multi-window to run apps, letting you resize the windows, allows apps to float on screen or minimize them to icons to have them float on screen. It also has the old features such as Do-Not-Disturb and SmartStay. The home button can be double pressed to launch the camera or triple pressed to shrink the display for single handed usage. The phone comes also comes with a few themes with the ability to download more from the theme store, a few of which are similar to the stock OS. On the down side, the Note 5, like the previous S6 and S6 edge has RAM management issues and doesn't hold many apps in memory even with its gigantci 4GB ram.



With any phone of the Note series the biggest feature is the S-Pen. In the Galaxy Note 5 has been provided new functionality. Pulling the S-Pen out activates the air commands. There's support for upto three shortcuts and with the AMOLED screen the user can now scribble on the screen without turning it on. All previous features have been preserved as well. The palm detection is well handled as well despite the small bezel.



The lack of a MicroSD and removable battery might irk some people as well. Overall the phone provides less new features compared to earlier phones in the Note series and seems mostly something most staunch Samsung fans would prefer and all in all its a great sucessor to the Note 4.

Samsung Note 4/5


I am little confuse between both mobile


Hi not sure whats the confusing about. Since note 5 is better than the note 4 than every single aspect. comes with better screen , camera , processor , more ram , even better battery life and software. if the budget allows than the Samsung Galaxy Note 5   is a way better option. Samsung Galaxy Note 5

Smartphone With Best Camera



Hi Smart phone with best camera is Samsung Galaxy Note 5   and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus 64GB  

I Want To Bay Mobile Phone Witch Dattery Backup Must


I want to bay mobile phone witch dattery backup must superb and also my I want perfect business phone my bujet is 40k to 50k witch phone is better iphone or samsung


Hi if you want good battery life and for business i'd suggest going with the note series its the best phone for business with features suitable for the same and also one of the best battery lifes in a device. you can find the best deal to buy the same here :  Samsung Galaxy Note 5

A Smartphone Under 50k



Hi you can go for Galaxy Note 5. easily the best specced phone in the market. has the best camera in a smart phone right now and top end specs which is unmatched and also the best possible screen you can get in a smart phone right now. Great all day battery life. there isn't anything better in the same price range. about the toughness you;d have to use a good case there ins't a single phone which has touch hardware without cases they will break if dropped or thrown so i'd sugget getting a nice case of your choice for protection. you can find the best deals for a Note 5 here :  Samsung Galaxy Note 5

About Superb Phone


Which is best smartphone having 5.7 Inch display... with great specifications


Samsung Galaxy Note 5   and Samsung Galaxy Note 4  

Best Looking Phone


I want best looking mobile phone if some features are less then also i have no problem but mobile must be best looking i have used iphone 4 & 5, samsung galaxy s4, blackberry torch, nokia n72 & n95 etc.... money is not a problem i just want best looking phone people must ask me which company or which mobile is that like that so please advice me best looking mobile phone


Nexus 6 This is the best device available across the globe.6 Inches of display with Quad HD resolution something which is not available in any of the device (except Samsung galaxy Note 4) 13 MP camera, Dual LED Flash. Latest Android Lollipop and Snapdragon 805 (the most powerful beast available across the globe for a smartphone)

I Have Samsung Galaxy Note-1 And Am Looking For A Second Phone Also Below Rs.15,000/- Coamparable To Note-1


Ease of operation as my wife will operate it, good audio and good camera. good display and screen protection.


Hi Rajagopalan, Samsung Galaxy Note 1 is pretty old now and hence there are many options in the lower price range which are as good as Note1 in terms of performance. Under this price range, the best option would be Motorola Moto G2 Moto G 2nd Gen - 8GB It has got stock android, hence its life will be good and its performance will be really good.


Thank you. Regards.

Should I Buy Note 3 For 40,000 Or Any Other Phone


I need minimum 5 screen and a feature rich smartphone, and a reputed brand like Samsung


I don't feel like spending 40,000 to note 3 rather I would o for Nokia or Apple , all the samsung looks similar n with same andriod i would insist for Nokia which is of high Quality n trustable brand awesome service


Samsung Note series is a different line up altogether. Its crafted for the business people and executives who would always like to keep their office in their pocket. Note 3 comes with a Exynos 1.9 GHz processor which makes multitasking a breeze. The 13MP camera boasts of features like OIS(Optical Image Stabilization) and dual shot camera. The Stylus lets you edit your presentations in jiffy and also lets users edit images, webpages and doodle with easer.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Or LG Nexus 5?


I need to know whether the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 would be a good option or the LG Nexus 5 with good camera needs, regular OS updates being specific needs.


The needs that you mention mainly suggest camera needs, and regular OS updates. In the case of which it is better to go with the Nexus 5. While on the camera fronts the Nexus 5 will be almost similar as the Note 2 or in some particular conditions even less than the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, in terms of regular OS updates, the Nexus 5 will be sure to get more regular updates and that too before other devices get them, because of it carrying stock Android from Google. Also the Nexus 5 looks good and is comfortable to use because of its optimal size unlike the bulky size of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.

Looking To Get The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 For My Younger Sister


I need a phone that is the latest in the market, and is from either Samsung or HTC, which looks good, but is comfortable to use as well. Primarily considering Samsung Galaxy Note 3, but am open to other options as well. Budget is not a constraint.


The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is one of the best smartphones in the market right now. The performance and the features are way above a number of competing flagship phones. Furthermore in terms of design too the phone is very competitive and good to handle inspite of its large size. You could also check this link to help you more: Samsung Galaxy Note 3


If budget is not a problem, then you must go for Note 3. For Review of reviews and User opinions of Note 3