You can now score a factory unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 5 at a reduced price for a limited time. The 32 GB phablet is on sale for $579.99, compared to T-Mobile's current price of $699.99.
One of the standout features of the Note 5 is the S Pen, which has proven so popular that Apple has recently emulated it with its recently released iPad Pro. While Apple long resisted creating an advanced stylus with more accuracy and features than the run of the mill soft-plastic-tipped stylus' most consumers are used to, the Apple Pencil will allow iPad Pro users to interact with the large slate in a new way. The company claims the technology used in the Apple Pencil feels instantly familiar and lets users create different effects, like pressing down harder to draw thicker lines, or applying gentle pressure to create lighter and thinner lines.
Samsung, on the other hand, has pioneered the more natural pen and paper-like feature Apple is just getting around to, with the company's Galaxy Note phablet series. Over the years, Samsung has improved and enhanced the S Pen, which also includes pressure sensitivity to make the stylus more accurate when sketching or writing on the device.
With the introduction of the Galaxy Note 5, Samsung has stepped up its S Pen game and now users are able to write reminders, notes, lists, and more without ever even needing to even wake the handset. The company has also improved the Air Command menu, which provides shortcut and features on the display while hovering the S Pen over it.
If you've considered making the jump to a Galaxy Note 5, a limited time deal will score you the phablet for $579.99, which is a significant savings over T-Mobile's current full price of $699.99 for the same device.
The factory unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 5 features a premium glass and metal build, gorgeous 5.7-inch 2560 x 1440 Quad HD Super AMOLED display with a high pixel density of 518 pixels per inch (ppi) and includes 32 GB of internal storage. The phablet packs in a powerful octa-core Exynos 7420 processor and 4 GB of RAM to keep things running smooth.
Samsung has outfitted the Note 5 with a high-end 16-megapixel rear camera with OIS (optical image stabilization), autofocus, LED flash, and 5-megapixel front-facing camera for selfies fans. Its home button has an embedded fingerprint sensor to unlock the handset and authorize purchases and it wouldn't be a Note device without including the newly enhanced S Pen stylus. The phablet's large 3,000 mAh battery will provide to 21 hours of talk time and up to 14 days of standby time, and also has built-in wireless charging support out of the box.
You can purchase the factory unlocked 32 GB Samsung Galaxy Note 5 in Black Sapphire for a limited time for $579.99, which also includes free shipping.