Hands on with Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5. I’m Fred Fishkin with technology BootCamp, a report on gadgets and gear. For fans of big screen smartphones, a category created by Samsung with the original Galaxy Note, the Note 5 is hard to beat. While I wish Samsung had kept the memory card slot and user replaceable battery, it has enough going for it, with a fast processor, great display and camera, to make it a leading choice. And what’s really unique about the Note 5, is Samsung’s S Pen. Director of Product Marketing Suzanne DeSilva…
“So the Note 5 has improved S Pen handling. You can now capture entire pages with the S Pen. You can do things on the Note 5 that you really can’t do anywhere else. Where else can you capture anything on a page that you can see? You can do that with the S Pen on the Note 5.”
Another plus is the new Samsung Pay technology that works with existing terminals and uses the home button on the phone to add fingerprint security. You can find us at BootCamp.com. I’m Fred Fishkin.