With the integrated fingerprint sensor the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 can be unlocked by simply placing a fingertip on the sensor. In comparison to numeric codes a fingerprint sensor offers advantages regarding security and comfort. In the 171 grams heavy smartphone a Octa-Core processor (Samsung Exynos 7 Octa 7420) does the work, assisted by 4 GB RAM. For technology enthusiasts: To calculate the graphics a Mali-T760 MP8 is used.
The Galaxy Note 5's back camera has a maximum resolution of 16 megapixels. The front camera has a resolution of 5 MP. It has a 5.7 inch display based on Super AMOLED and with a high density of 518 ppi. Due to the OLED technology brighter colors and a deeper black can be displayed. Additionally the integrated 3000 mAh battery can be used more efficient, especially if dark elements dominate the display. The smartphone has an internal storage of 64 GB to save images, videos, music etc.
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