Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Comparison: Which Should You Buy



Lisa Gade compares the (*5*) Galaxy Note 5 and the (*5*) Galaxy S6 edge+ Android smartphones that can assist you resolve which one to purchase. Read our companion article right here:

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39 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Comparison: Which Should You Buy”
  1. Thanks for the review, was looking at the s6 Edge+ but hate that rounded screen, the Note 5 is perfect to replace my existing Note 3, even though I dont use the pen ever, I like the large screen.

  2. Hi lisa i would upgrade but im on iPhone 4s i would want Note 5 but money is problem i have iPhone 4s for 4 years

  3. i don't use the s pen and i guess the edges make the edge+ hard to handle. still beautiful though

    couldn't decide so waiting S7 or getting the 6P

  4. If you put your S6 edge plus platinum gold on the table.What happen they always ask me like' " hey what phone is that it's so gorgeous very beautiful phone Samsung has made this far.So fast no log camera is top of the line 4GB RAM and powered by exynos7420 octacor..

  5. The Edge is a beautiful phone, but the curve glass really is a cosmetic issue at this point.

    The pen on the Note 5 is powerful tool that has a lot of uses, making the Note 5 the best choice from a pure functionality standpoint.

  6. You gotta love that they are showing different temperatures and weather, even though they are right next to each other. Micro-climate zones anyone?

  7. Hi Lisa.  Got a question.  Can that stylus be bought and used for the S6 Edge+?  btw really enjoy your reviews/channel.  Very informative.

  8. Note 5 is better because it got alot of cool stuff and the 6 edge just has a curved screen that makes it a nice phone.

  9. Has anyone using the Note 5 had issues with putting the S Pen back in and taking it out? I played with a Note 5 on display and many times the S Pen DID NOT lock back in!! It was very sensitive – you had to push it in with your thumbnail, and even then it didn't always lock in. Plus, with it being spring-loaded, isn't it possible that it breaks down? I'm not talking about the so-called "PenGate where it breaks when putting it in backwards… This S Pen malfunction is very disturbing. Comments?

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