Based on 5 reviews


Samsung has made a great new Galaxy Note that fascinates much more people, and if you really want to have a smartphone accompanying large display, ample performance along with a terrific camera, then you need not look any further. Without a doubt you’ll be very much satisfied with its performance and you could definitely spend some huge amount of money for it — starting at a minimum of Rs. 53,900 just for the base model.

Amazon store Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (32 GB) price and availability Rs. 53,900
Amazon store Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (64 GB) price and availability Rs. 59,900

  • No microSD slot (can't expand the storage)
  • Non-removable battery
  • Very expensive
  • Exceptional high-end hardware
  • Crystal clear camera quality (takes great outdoor photos)
  • Handy S Pen stylus
  • Gorgeous eye-catching design
  • Outstanding battery life
- By cnet.com on

Samsung's Galaxy Note 5 is excellent overall, and the only phone to buy if you want to write by hand. However, you'll pay a huge premium for a modest upgrade from last year's model, and less pricey competitors will satisfy many...

- By techradar.com on

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 requires two hands and a pile of cash, but it's the best Android phone with a large screen, a stylus and an accurate camera. Just don't look for it to have a microSD card, removable battery – or availability outside the US...

- By 91mobiles.com on

The smartphone ticks all the checkboxes of a powerful and elegant device, it scores high on processor and design and not to mention the unique 'S Pen' tool features. The device delivers an ultimate gaming experience and ensures multitasking is convenient...

- By theverge.com on

I really love this Note 5, but I can’t shake the feeling that I miss the old, unfettered excessiveness of the old Note. It’s just a little less Note-like than before...

- By androidpit.com on

The Galaxy Note 5 is going to divide Samsung fans, just like the Galaxy S6 did. It is a nice upgrade from the Galaxy Note 4 and has some good improvements to the S Pen and Air Command menu. But others will likely accuse Samsung of focusing on the appearance of the Note 5...