Samsung Galaxy Note 5 review: A little more than an update to last year’s flagship

Samsung’s Galaxy Note series continues to be one of the best-selling phones in the world, and its flagship model has been a massive hit for the company.

The Galaxy Note 4 was one of Samsung’s best selling phones in 2018, selling nearly 2.5 million units in just four months.

That is the equivalent of the US market for Apple’s iPhone, but with the Note 4 Samsung is only now starting to catch up.

The Galaxy Note5 is a slightly more modest update to the Note4, with Samsung adding a 5-inch Full HD screen, and adding a new ‘TouchWiz’ style interface.

The biggest change from the Note5 to the regular Note5 was the addition of a 5.5-inch display, which now sits in the same position as the Note 3.

This gives the Note 5 a slightly larger screen than the regular version, but it also means that the Galaxy Note line is not a 5 inch phone.

There are also some subtle changes in the design, including a slightly curved back, and the Galaxy S6 Edge+ on the back.

But, the biggest change is in the software.

Samsung has dropped support for the old-school Android 5.0 Lollipop OS, and replaced it with Samsung’s own TouchWiz.

This is a huge change for the Galaxy line, but one that is likely to benefit all of Samsungs customers.

The new TouchWizer-style interface is an improvement over the previous version, which was rather ugly and cluttered.

Samsung’s UI is much more colourful, with the new interface being brighter, more vibrant, and more fluid.

In addition to the new UI, the Galaxy note 5 also adds a few new features to the device.

The first is a new camera, which Samsung says is faster than before and is now able to capture 4K videos and stills.

This means you can now take your selfies with a 4K camera.

Samsung also says it has added a new feature to the fingerprint scanner, which can be used to unlock the device using your fingerprint.

The second major change is that the Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy S7, and Galaxy S8 are now all sporting the new fingerprint scanner.

The fingerprint scanner is not the same as the Galaxy Nexus fingerprint scanner in the Note series, and while it does not take a swipe to unlock, it does take a pin, which is now much quicker.

This new scanner is also able to read the digital signatures used on the device, which makes the fingerprint reader much more useful.

The third major change to the Galaxy series is the addition the new Edge+ software.

The Edge+ UI is more colourful and easier to use, and is much better at handling notifications and saving data, thanks to a new ability to pause and resume.

The Note 5 also features an extra feature that is new to the Edge+ series, called ‘Pushbullet’.

This allows you to add new content to a webpage through the new notification bar on the Edge+.

If you have multiple apps and widgets on your webpage, you can choose which app will be highlighted when the page loads.

This means you will now have a lot more control over how your notifications are displayed, and you will be able to make sure the notifications you see are not spammy or distracting.

The final major change from Samsung to the S5 series is that Samsung is also bringing back its iconic ‘Galaxy logo’ logo.

This has been replaced with the Galaxy logo in the Galaxy phone, but the new logo looks more like the S6’s S- logo, and has a more traditional look to it.

The Samsung Galaxy note series is also introducing the Galaxy Mini, a smaller version of the Galaxy device that is a great device for people looking for a smaller phone.

The Mini will only come in two colours, black and white, but Samsung says it will be available in several different colours, including red, gold, silver, and purple.

It will also be the first Samsung phone to support NFC payments, which will make the device much easier to carry around.

The company has also made several improvements to the software, including the removal of Samsung Pay, which has been removed from the Galaxy devices since March 2018.

The move was made because of an increase in counterfeit and pirated Android phones and tablets, but as Samsungs mobile payment service is not available in all countries, the move was not the best solution for consumers.

The update is due to be rolled out to Galaxy Note devices on November 18, and it will likely be the final major update to Samsung’s flagship smartphone line.

The latest version of Android is 5.1.1 Lollipop, which should make the software easier to update.