‘Galaxy Note 5’ review: ‘A fantastic phone’

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 was a huge success, and its successor is now available in the US and the UK, and it’s not looking good.

We asked readers to rate the Galaxy Note5 on the scale of one to five stars, and this is what they had to say: A+ A – The phone is gorgeous.

I love the screen.

It’s very good and is crisp and clear.

The design is good and feels sturdy.

The screen is also bright and bright.

I can’t really see any of the drawbacks of having a screen that is so small.

It is, however, the only way I could compare it to the Galaxy S6 Edge.

B- A- The camera isn’t as good as the S6 edge.

It does a decent job.

I would have preferred a larger aperture.

It did not help that the front of the phone has a weird curve that makes the picture look like a cross between a coffee mug and a pen. 

C+ B- The software is a bit buggy and slow.

You can’t customize the camera to your liking.

The fingerprint scanner is also pretty clumsy.

The battery life is also very limited.

You won’t have enough juice to get through a full day. 

D+ C- The battery is just a bit too big for the phone.

You’re limited to two hours of talk time with the phone at home.

You’ll get plenty of battery life with your regular SIM card. 

F- D-The phone is too small.

I could get used to the fact that it is quite large.

It will not fit in my hand.

The phone also doesn’t fit well into my pocket.

It feels weird. 

E- F The camera sucks.

I think the rear camera is pretty good, but the front camera sucks as well.

It seems to be using a small aperture that is not sharp enough.

The rear camera has no focus, and the focus point is not exactly where you want it. 

G- H The screen is gorgeous, but it’s too small for me to use it.

It doesn’t seem to be the best choice for a phone. 

I have a few issues with the screen, but overall the screen is a solid performer.

I’d recommend buying the Galaxy Notes 5 if you can.