Samsung Galaxy Note 5 128GB Sold in South Korea for Christmas 2015
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 128GB Sold in South Korea for Christmas 2015.
Externally, it does not appear to be too different from the Galaxy Note 5, with the only change being the movement of the Samsung logo to the lower part of the phone. With past Galaxy Note phones, the amount of internal storage that your phone came with wasn’t a huge deal because you could always add more storage to your phone with a microSD slot. Samsung loyalists who wanted to get their hands on the device but were holding back because of the storage restrictions, may probably scramble to the stores to snag this version. The Galaxy S7 is expected to maintain the built-in battery adopted by the predecessor, which was considered as a deal breaker for some Samsung fans who opted for Galaxies over iPhones for detachable batteries.
There’s no word as to whether this version will be released outside of South Korea or if a standardized 128GB verison will be released before next year’s squad of flagships arrive. It was recently reported that Samsung might be teaming up with Google to optimize TouchWiz, and a new rumor is lending further credence to that possibility. In its native South Korea, Samsung will be giving away free fast wireless charger to Note 5 buyers while a free Gear VR will also be given to Galaxy S6 and S6 edge+ buyers.
With no option to get more space for apps, videos, and music, things can get cramped as the quality of all these files grows larger as technology moves forward. In theory, someone who has 128 initial gigs, plus another 128GB of storage via microSD cards would be able to record a 4K-video that is double the length.
Being limited to cloud storage means you rely on wireless networks a lot more, leading to a likely increase in using the data plan through your carrier. Other rumored Galaxy Note 6 features include a fingerprint scanner, fast wireless charging, Micro SD card support ranging from 32, 64 to 128 GB; compass, blood pressure and heart rate sensors, barometer and thermometer, according to Christian Today. While Samsung did include a two-year Onedrive subscription at 100GB on purchase with select carriers, that didn’t compensate consumers for the lack of a microSD card.
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