After months of leaks and rumors, moments ago Samsung unveiled two new flagship phablets, the Galaxy Note 5 and the S6 Edge+. As you might suspect both are large screen beasts, rocking a pair of brilliant 5.7″ QHD screen, with a PPI of 518. On the inside the phones are practically identical, the difference of course is in the look of the phone, with the S6 Edge+ bringing the edge to edge curved display to a larger screen, while the Note 5 carries a more familiar look along with a fancy new spring loaded S-Pen for taking notes on the fly.
Both phones come with an Octacore 2.1 GHz 64 bit processor, along with 4GBs of RAM packed into Samsung’s Exynos CPU. They also carry the same 16 MP camera as the S6 and S6 Edge, ensuring there is no doubt that these are a pair of flagship phablets.
It’s diffiuclt for me to see the need for an S6 Edge+, especially since it doesn’t come with the S-Pen, but I’m sure Samsung will sell loads of them either way. Images Via: TheVerege