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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920A

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920A
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920A (Galaxy Note Gamme)
Processeur
Samsung Exynos 7420 Octa 8 x 2.1 GHz, Cortex-A57/-A53
Carte graphique
Mémoire
4096 Mo 
, LPDDR4
Écran
5.70 pouces 16:9, 2560 x 1440 pixel, Écran tactile capacitif multi-touch 10 points de pression, Super AMOLED, 10-Punkt kapazitiv, brillant: oui
Disque dur
32 GB UFS 2.0 Flash, 32 Go 
Connexions
1 USB 2.0, Connectique audio: Sortie casque 3.5 mm, 1 Lecteur d'empreintes digitales, Capteurs: A-GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, accéléromètre, gyroscope, baromètre, capteur cardiaque, boussole, capteur de luminosité ambiante, NFC, WiFi Direct, OTG, recharge Qi
Réseau
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (a/b/g/n = Wi-Fi 4/ac = Wi-Fi 5), Bluetooth 4.2, GSM (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz) et UMTS (850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz), Cat. 6
Taille
Hauteur x Largeur x Profondeur (en mm): 7.6 x 153.2 x 76.1
Batterie
Lithium-Polymère, 3000 mAg
Système d'exploitation
Android 5.1 Lollipop
Appareil photo
Webcam: Frontal : 5 MP, vidéo en 1440p @30 ips. Dorsal : 16 MP, f/1.9, vidéo en 2160p @ 30 ips, flash à LED
Fonctionnalités additionnelles
Haut-parleurs: Haut-parleur mono, Guide de démarrage rapide, kit mains libres, câble micro USB, chargeur, carte nano SIM, 12 Mois Garantie
Poids
171 g, Alimentation: 40 g
Prix
700 euros

 

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Note moyenne: 87.54% - Bon
Moyenne de 27 notes (à partir de 69 critiques)
prix: 83%, performances: 85%, équipement: 79%, écran: 90% mobilité: 83%, finition: 86%, ergonomie: 83%, degré de nuisance: 93%

Critiques pour le/la Samsung Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920A

87.6% Courte critique du Smartphone Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (SM-N920A) | Notebookcheck
Le stylo et la feuille de papier modernes. Qui a besoin d'un stylo-plume et d'une feuille de papier lorsque l'on a sous la main un Galaxy Note 5 ? Le Note 5 est peut-être le digne successeur du Note 4, mais ne vous débarrassez pas pour autant de votre fidèle bloc-note.
86% Samsung Galaxy Note 5 review
Source: Android Authority Anglais EN→FR
The Galaxy Note 5 was made available just days after its launch across all major carriers in the US, and as expected, it comes at a steep price point. In total, about $700 is what you will shell out to get Samsung’s latest addition to the Galaxy Note line, whether or not you use payment plans on AT&T, T-Mobile, or elsewhere.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 09/04/2017
Notes: Note globale: 86% écran: 90% mobilité: 80% finition: 85%
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 vs Galaxy Note 5
Source: Android Authority Anglais EN→FR
So there you have it for this in-depth look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 vs Galaxy Note 5! A lot of this comparison shows how the Note 7 is the definitely the phone to beat. Better on-board and expandable storage, a bigger battery, and the new features make the Note line feel fresh again. Or at the very least, it makes us feel the way the Note 5 failed to when it was first released.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 09/12/2016
Galaxy Note7 vs. S7 edge vs. Note5
Source: GSM Arena Anglais EN→FR
We doubt any of these tests will make a Note fan get the S7 edge, because if you love the S-Pen, nothing can replace it. We wanted to explore Samsung's flagship camera evolution over the past few devices and see what got better and what not. As it turned out Samsung just made a great camera even greater. The image quality is often on par across all three devices, but the processing algorithm is more sophisticated for brighter and sharper images. While there is an Auto HDR option on all devices, we're pleased to say that the Note7 hardly needs this mode. The dynamic range optimization Samsung has implemented does a great job of brightening up the shadows just when it's needed.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 08/22/2016
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Source: Phone Arena Anglais EN→FR
Maybe the biggest downside – and this is a huge matter of personal preference – is the lack of a flat-screen Note 7. We're sure that a fair number of established Note fans will be mourning the loss of their familiar display geometry, but there's just so much else the new Note does well that it's hard to imagine the majority of them holding a grudge for long; they'll poke around at the new Edge UX interface, learn to appreciate the phone's smooth curves, and likely begrudgingly admit that Samsung didn't ruin anything with this change.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 08/17/2016
Galaxy Note 7 vs Galaxy Note 5
Source: V3.co.uk Anglais EN→FR
Even on paper it's hard to pick a clear winner between the Galaxy Note 5 and Note 7. Both feature impressive internals, cameras and QHD screens. The Note 7 does win out when it comes to looks, storage and forward-thinking biometric security features. The improvements to the S Pen and addition of IP68 protection are also very welcome, but aren't essential in our eyes.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 08/11/2016
What’s new in Samsung Galaxy Note 7? Difference between Note 5 and Note 7
Source: Tech Advisor Anglais EN→FR
The Note 7 at first glance appears to be an expensive upgrade, but this may not bother you if you’re getting it on a contract - which will be possible, unlike with the Note 5. If you’re prepared to pay the money it’s a fantastic upgrade, with phenomenal performance, a fantastic dual-edge screen, a user-friendly stylus, a brand-new iris scanner and upgraded cameras.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 08/04/2016
80% A GREAT smartphone but it STILL hasn't been released in the UK
Source: PC Pro Anglais EN→FR
Once upon a time there were few rivals for the Note 5's status of best big-screened smartphone on the market. That’s because, for a long time, It was the only game in town. Nowadays, screen-sizes of 5.5in and above are common on smartphones and there are loads handsets making a grab for the Note 5’s crown. The best of the bunch is Google’s 2015 flagship phone, the Nexus 6P.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 04/28/2016
Notes: Note globale: 80%
80% Impressive all-rounder with a price tag to match
Source: Tech2.in.com Anglais EN→FR
So should you buy a Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Dual? Well, as of today, the S7 twins have already been launched in India. The camera is also expected to be even better on the new models, making the Note 5 a tough sell. Moreover, the S7 twins also pack in Samsung’s dual hybrid SIM slots, giving them expandable memory and dual SIM capabilities.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 03/24/2016
Notes: Note globale: 80% performances: 85% équipement: 80% écran: 85% mobilité: 80% finition: 75%
Should you jump off the Note upgrade train?
Source: Zdnet.com Anglais EN→FR
Given the upgrades made by Samsung to the Galaxy S7 Edge, I felt compelled to purchase one. I've have spent the past week trying to decide if the Note 5 or S7 Edge should go on the auction block or if both remain in my arsenal. To let you in on the indecisive, irrational, justification-based mind of a smartphone enthusiast I put together the lists below.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 03/23/2016
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Vs Galaxy Note 5
Source: Android Authority Anglais EN→FR
So there you have it for this in-depth look at the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge vs Galaxy Note 5! The Galaxy Note 5 is the older of the two smartphones, and is also understandably cheaper right now. There is absolutely no question if you are someone who will find the S-Pen to be very useful, but if that isn’t the case, what the Galaxy S7 Edge brings to the table is better battery life, a better camera, expandable storage, dust and water resistance, a more refined design, and of course, a more powerful processing package. If not for the S-Pen, the Galaxy S7 Edge is definitely the better option between the two, with it bringing upgrades over the Galaxy Note 5 in almost every department.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 03/21/2016
Samsung Galaxy S7 edge vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Source: Phone Arena Anglais EN→FR
With all of this in mind, let's have a look at the prices. At $799 unlocked, the Galaxy S7 edge is certainly one expensive smartphone. Currently, the Galaxy Note 5 can be had for $600 unlocked, and considering this, the 5.7-incher beats the Galaxy S7 edge in terms of value for money. With the S-Pen's presence, it offers more functionality, and it doesn't fall short of the S7 edge in terms of hardware and camera features. Of course, if you still want Samsung's latest and greatest, there are carrier offers and upgrade plans to consider, so scoring a deal on it isn't impossible by any means.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 03/10/2016
90% Samsung Galaxy Note5 review
Source: GSM Arena Anglais EN→FR
With the Galaxy Note5 Samsung continues the tradion of offering the most powerful phablet on the market, rightfully so as the company came up with the concept of the large-screened smartphone. The fifth generation comes with the newly adopted design, with materials and build to finally match its price and market position.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 03/10/2016
Notes: Note globale: 90% performances: 100% écran: 100% mobilité: 100% finition: 80% degré de nuisance: 90%
86% Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Review
Source: Androidcommunity.com Anglais EN→FR
The Galaxy Note 5 was made available just days after its launch across all major carriers in the US, and as expected, it comes at a steep price point. In total, about $700 is what you will shell out to get Samsung’s latest addition to the Galaxy Note line, whether or not you use payment plans on AT&T, T-Mobile, or elsewhere.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 03/01/2016
Notes: Note globale: 86% écran: 90% mobilité: 80% finition: 85%
Galaxy Note 5 vs. iPhone 6s Plus vs. LG V10
Source: GSM Arena Anglais EN→FR
If you are to embark on snowy adventures and you intend to use your smartphone as the designated camera - then any of these high-profile smartphones will do the job quite well. If you are pixel peeping, you may find few pros and cons on each, but at the end of the day, none of this will matter when sharing on social networks as they downsize the images anyway.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 01/25/2016
90% Galaxy Note 5 Dual-SIM
Source: Techtree.com Anglais EN→FR
Fans of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 may have been miffed at not getting a removable battery and expandable storage on this iconic smartphone, but now at least those who miss a second SIM can relax. Samsung has just launched a dual SIM variant of the Note 5.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très courte, Date: 01/20/2016
Notes: Note globale: 90%
iPhone 6s Plus vs. Lumia 950 XL vs. Galaxy Note5
Source: GSM Arena Anglais EN→FR
The Apple iPhone 6s Plus price is rock steady for a simple reason - demand for it is just as steady. Apple is coming out of its shell a little bit, we get more RAM, ad blockers and higher resolution camera, which erodes the feature gap between iOS and Android. The Samsung Galaxy Note5 is sailing stormy seas - first Samsung delays the wide launch, then it runs into issues with the redesigned S Pen, all the while current Note users ask for their microSD slot back. The feature-packed era has come to a close though, it's all about the experience now, never mind the specs behind the curtain.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 01/20/2016
Lumia 950 XL vs. LG V10 vs. Galaxy Note5 vs. iPhone 6s Plus
Source: GSM Arena Anglais EN→FR
Spoilers ahead! Voting is now closed, but you can still go to Page 2 and pick your favorites with a mind clear of brand preconceptions and promises. Below the phones behind the letters A, B, C and D are revealed as well as the winners. There were a lot of correct guesses in the comments, well done readers! It was the Apple iPhone 6s Plus, which was behind the label 'A', 'B' was the LG V10, 'C' - the Microsoft Lumia 950 XL and finally, 'D' - the Samsung Galaxy Note5.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 01/13/2016
Nexus 6P vs. LG V10 vs. Galaxy Note5
Source: GSM Arena Anglais EN→FR
Spoiler alert: the results of the voting are revealed below. It's not too late to check out the camera samples on the second page with an open mind and pick your favorite. Thanks to everyone who voted on the blind shootout! We made it more difficult this time around by concealing the FoV of the different phones, but we saw some very accurate guesses in the comments.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 01/13/2016
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Vs LG V10
Source: Android Authority Anglais EN→FR
So there you have it for this in-depth look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs LG V10! As mentioned, for most users, the choice between the two will be easy, based primarily on design and build quality. The Galaxy Note 5 features the sleeker and more elegant design, the arguably better display, and those looking for productivity will love the S-Pen and all its capabilities. On the flip side, if durability is a concern, the LG V10 is the device for you, and features like expandable storage and a removable battery are big positives as well.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 01/12/2016
91% Samsung Galaxy Note5 review
Source: T Break Anglais EN→FR
I hope Samsung focuses on implementing a faster fingerprint scanner, and different type of rear glass panel that doesn’t attract smudges for their next Note device. On a personal note, I think the Galaxy Note5 has a better value for the buck than the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, even when both has the exact hardware innards.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 11/17/2015
Notes: Note globale: 91% prix: 90% performances: 95% équipement: 90% finition: 90%
80% Samsung Galaxy Note 5 review
Source: Expert Reviews Anglais EN→FR
At this stage, it's hard to score a phone that currently doesn't have a UK price, or indeed a solid UK release date. However, when the Note 5 has so much in common with the Galaxy S6 Edge+, which I think is much more comfortable and easy to hold, the Note 5 doesn’t immediately make me feel like I'm missing out on much. The S-Pen obviously makes it quite different from other smartphones on the market, but unless you're one of its rare devotees, then right now the S6 Edge+ is the much better option.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 11/03/2015
Notes: Note globale: 80%
Ultimate Phablet Battle
Source: Tom's Guide Anglais EN→FR
The iPhone 6s comes out (barely) on top because it is significantly faster (both in real-world scenarios and synthetic benchmarks), and because it simply takes better pictures based on our side-by-side comparisons. The iPhone 6s is no slouch in the features department, either, as its 3D Touch adds a level of immersion to the overall user experience while saving you time.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/30/2015
Camera Wars: iPhone 6s Plus vs Galaxy Note 5 vs Nexus 6P
Source: Tom's Guide Anglais EN→FR
With good clarity, vibrant and accurate colors, as well as excellent low-light performance, the iPhone 6s Plus consistently produced great shots. It was also one of the faster cameras tested, while the Nexus was sometimes slow to shoot. Those looking for the best smartphone camera around will find it in the iPhone 6s Plus.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Très courte, Date: 10/27/2015
Nexus 5X and 6P vs. Galaxy Note 5: A quick camera comparison
Source: Computerworld.com Anglais EN→FR
These samples are just scratching the surface, of course. I'm taking and looking at tons of different types of shots with the new Nexii -- including lots of on-the-go shots of my ever-moving little one in all sorts of awkwardly lit real-world environments -- and I'll have a full analysis of how both phones hold up in my upcoming review. I'll also tackle the broader issues of what each phone is actually like to use in day-to-day life, including some crucially important comparisons related to the devices' forms and displays.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 10/22/2015
80% Classing It Up
Source: NDTV Gadgets Anglais EN→FR
The 32GB version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 retails for Rs 53,900, which makes it better value compared to its curved-screen sibling. Plus, you get the useful stylus which will add more value to your life as compared to a curved screen. The Galaxy Note 5 is a very good iterative upgrade over previous Galaxy Note models, and if you're in the market for a phone with a stylus, this is your best bet. However, should you ditch your Note 4 for the Note 5? Certainly not. Samsung has made some very good improvements such as the stronger aluminium body, more powerful processor, improved S Pen features, but has also cut down on a couple of important ones along the way.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/09/2015
Notes: Note globale: 80% prix: 70% performances: 90% écran: 90% mobilité: 80% finition: 90%
Apple iPhone 6s Plus vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Source: Phone Arena Anglais EN→FR
Thus, if you aren't already too invested in iOS or Android, just enter the store, grab the phones, and pick whichever you think looks better and fits your palm and pocket well – you can't go wrong with either one. If you have to switch sides, though, better stick with your current ecosystem, as neither one is that more enticing than the other to warrant the swap, unless you are really curious. Last but not least, don't forget that the $750 iPhone 6s Plus starts you off with 16 GB of storage only, while the basic 32 GB Note5 can now be had for $650 or even less, which can also tip the scales for you.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/08/2015
Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Source: It Pro Anglais EN→FR
The only thing stranger than Samsung's decision not to sell the Galaxy Note 5 in the UK is the phablet itself. Until this year's crop of Galaxy S and Note phones, Samsung had defined its mobile products in opposition to Apple's. What Cupertino refuses to offer – be it storage slots, removable batteries or IR emitters – Samsung would.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/07/2015
80% Samsung Galaxy Note 5 review
Source: Trusted Reviews Anglais EN→FR
This is a difficult one. If you live in the UK, then you’re not going to go into a shop and pick one up because Samsung is pushing the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus as the bigger alternative to the S6 and the S6 Edge. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t other means to get hold of one.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/05/2015
Notes: Note globale: 80% prix: 80% performances: 90% équipement: 80% écran: 90% mobilité: 80% finition: 80%
The Samsung Galaxy Note5 and Galaxy S6 edge+
Source: AnandTech Anglais EN→FR
The Galaxy Note5 is a bit of a break in form for Samsung, but in some ways it represents a return to form. To understand what this means, we can look at the various aspects that make up the Galaxy Note5 in contrast to the Galaxy S6. One of the easier places to start is the design, which shares a great deal in common with the Galaxy S6.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/02/2015
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Vs Huawei Mate S – Quick Look
Source: Android Authority Anglais EN→FR
And there you have it – a quick comparison between the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the Huawei Mate S. If you had to pick between the two, the decision might not just come down to specs but things like regional availability and local pricing will also be a factor. Ignoring price and availability then the Note 5 is the better of the two devices, however even though it is weaker in certain departments, the Mate S isn’t too far behind when it comes to the overall experience.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 09/28/2015
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs Note 5: What's the difference between Note 4 and Note 5?
Source: Tech Advisor Anglais EN→FR
With significantly improved performance, a more user-friendly fingerprint scanner and S Pen stylus, and the premium glass-and-metal design, we see no reason why you would choose the Note 4 over the Note 5 given the very similar pricing. However, you may feel the removable battery, microSD support and IR blaster in the Note 4 are enough to make you choose it over the new Galaxy Note; it's also the only phone of the two that is available on a contract in the UK.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 09/24/2015
85% Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Review
Source: Techspot Anglais EN→FR
Whether or not the Galaxy Note 5 and its S Pen are worth $300 more than similar phones is up to you, although I think it’s on the expensive side considering the hardware at hand. Of course it’s cheaper than an iPhone 6s Plus if you’re looking at Apple’s offering, though Apple has never been a budget smartphone provider.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 09/24/2015
Notes: Note globale: 85%
Galaxy Note 5 Impressions (from a Galaxy user)
Source: Android Authority Anglais EN→FR
Having shown the Note 5 to a handful of Note 4 users, the jury is out whether the Note 5 is worth the upgrade. Out of five people, three said they liked the handset while two said they preferred the Note 4. Whichever way you look at it; the Note 5 is definitely a real Galaxy Note but whether it’s for you depends on whether you can handle the compromise.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 09/21/2015
Samsung Galaxy Note5 vs Samsung Galaxy S6
Source: Phone Arena Anglais EN→FR
For those looking to uplift their screen desires, Note5 is a more than worthy replacement of the capable Galaxy S6. Not only does it sport a similar eye-catching design, but also offers an extra input method with the S Pen stylus tucked in the thin and light chassis.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 09/14/2015
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Review: Hands-on
Source: Recombu Anglais EN→FR
There’s a lot to love about the new Samsung Galaxy Note 5, primarily thanks to its killer hardware, beautiful design and unique feature set, but locking away the battery and storage will sting many long-time Note fans.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 09/10/2015
90% Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Review
Source: Phandroid Anglais EN→FR
The best thing we can do is look at the Note 5 in a vacuum. Throw out all the comparisons and view the device for what it is. It has a beautiful design, excellent display, the best camera on the market, and a handy stylus. It may be missing a few things, but overall this is the best Note that Samsung has ever made.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 09/10/2015
Notes: Note globale: 90%
100% Samsung Galaxy Note 5 review
Source: Stuff TV Anglais EN→FR
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is a great sequel to the classic Note 4, and a phone we can imagine plenty of people favouring over the Galaxy S6 Edge+. After all, a pressure sensitive pen is a bit more useful than a screen that bends around a bit at the sides, right? A great screen, amazing camera and Samsung’s new upscaled build make it among the best phones around at the moment. Despite the big screen it’s pretty easy to use too.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 09/09/2015
Notes: Note globale: 100%
Samsung Galaxy Note 5: First Impressions
Source: NDTV Gadgets Anglais EN→FR
The new Samsung Galaxy Note 5 definitely brings some upgraded innards and slight updates to the UI compared to its predecessor. One of the most notable differences between the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note 5 in India has been the pricing. While the Galaxy Note 4 was launched last year starting at Rs. 61,500 (with the market price settling at around Rs. 58,500), the new Galaxy Note 5, on the other hand, starts at Rs. 53,900 for the 32GB model. The 64GB Galaxy Note 5 variant will be available at Rs. 59,900. Both will go on sale starting September 20 in India.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 09/08/2015
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Review
Source: Droid-Life Anglais EN→FR
Phones like the Galaxy Note 5 make reviews very easy. As a daily driver, there is not much to complain about, with the exception of no microSD card slot and no removable battery – both of which came on the Galaxy Note 4. If you can live without those two things, which I sure can, the Galaxy Note 5 will treat you quite well. I will stick to my guns and claim that the Galaxy Note 5 is an easy pick for Phone of the Year currently, at least until we get our hands on upcoming Nexus devices and the Moto X Pure Edition.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 09/04/2015
90% Powerful Pen, All-Day Battery
Source: Tom's Guide Anglais EN→FR
Although the Note 5 is no longer the premier Samsung flagship phone — that title now belongs to the curved S6 Edge Plus — this device still commands a budget-breaking $700 price tag. You could get the OnePlus 2 for considerably less, at $389, but the Note 5 boasts a much better display and longer battery life. Mobile professionals searching for a smartphone that works just as hard as they do have found their match in the Galaxy Note 5.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 09/04/2015
Notes: Note globale: 90%
90% The sleek and gorgeous phablet never destined for the UK
Source: Tech Advisor Anglais EN→FR
So, what do we think of the Galaxy Note 5? We’re very fond of just about every aspect of the Galaxy Note 5, from its curved and sleek design to its vibrant display and high-resolution camera. It can handle almost anything you can throw at it thanks to its CPU, GPU and 4GB of RAM and we experienced no lag during our testing. The only bad point is that the Note 5 would sometimes falsely detect the S Pen detaching – and to point out such a minor fault says a lot about the quality of the handset. With this being said, we’re both surprised and sad that the Galaxy Note 5 won’t be heading to UK shores any time soon.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 09/01/2015
Notes: Note globale: 90% performances: 80% équipement: 80% finition: 90%
87% Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Review
Source: Android Authority Anglais EN→FR
So, there you have it for this in-depth look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 5! It’s hard not to look at the Galaxy Note 5 in comparison to what Samsung has offered in the past, because of the company’s decision to take quite a departure in design and hardware choices. This phone may not feel like a power user’s device anymore, and people who feel that way are completely validated in doing so. For those who expected more, this new iteration feels too much like the Galaxy S6 in terms of what features it leaves out.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 08/31/2015
Notes: Note globale: 87% performances: 90% écran: 90% mobilité: 80% finition: 80%
80% Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (AT&T)
Source: PC Mag Anglais EN→FR
For now, we'll call the Galaxy Note 5 our Editors' Choice for phablets on AT&T. It's the fastest large smartphone available, and the S Pen is still a uniquely differentiating feature. But if your dollar is important to you at all, I'd advise waiting to see how the rest of these new phablets look as they come out over the next few weeks.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très courte, Date: 08/29/2015
Notes: Note globale: 80%
Samsung Galaxy Note5
Source: Hot Hardware Anglais EN→FR
The octal-core Exynos 7420 at the heart of the Samsung Galaxy Note5 and S6 Edge+ isn’t brand new. It is the same SoC that powers the original Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, so we had a good idea as to how the Note5 and Edge+ would perform. Samsung did make some tweaks on the software side, however, and also added additional memory to these devices (4GB vs. 3GB), so the overall experience and general performance is somewhat better with these new, larger devices.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 08/28/2015
90% Samsung Galaxy Note 5 review
Source: Techradar Anglais EN→FR
The Galaxy Note series has never been inexpensive. And now its aesthetics match the price, thanks to a glass back that feels excellent in two hands. Be careful of what you wish for, though. There's no microSD card slot or removable battery anymore. Power users can blame everyone who complained about the company's plastic-clad phones.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 08/28/2015
Notes: Note globale: 90%
Samsung Galaxy Note5 vs LG G4
Source: Phone Arena Anglais EN→FR
All things considered, for most users, deciding between the Galaxy Note5 and the LG G4 would be a classic decision of either splurging on a device that's more expensive and able to do more than they actually need, or paying less for a device that seems to be less pretentious, but about as versatile in almost all cases. Whether the Note5 is worth the price premium is up to your individual tastes, needs, and financial situation, which is why we can't straight up recommend it as a better purchase than the LG G4. But if pure technological enthusiasm, or the need for stylus-driven mobile productivity are the motivating forces in your decision-making process, you will end up happier with the Note5.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 08/28/2015
Samsung Galaxy Note5 vs Apple iPhone 6 Plus
Source: Phone Arena Anglais EN→FR
Years ago, it was rather pointless to directly compare the current iPhone generation with a Galaxy Note powerhouse. The two simply did not belong to the same device category. In 2015, however, we have the iPhone 6 Plus and the Galaxy Note5, which are clear and formidable opponents. But picking a favorite among the two could be tricky. The phablets are comparable in terms of display size and overall dimensions. Also, the latest Galaxy Note offering is about as attractive and well-designed as the iPhone 6 Plus.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 08/28/2015
Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ vs Google Nexus 6
Source: Phone Arena Anglais EN→FR
It’s hard to get used to the crazy pace of innovation in the mobile space with so many new devices, but comparing the Galaxy S6 edge+ with the nearly year-old Nexus 6, the pace of innovation can be clearly felt. And we’re not talking just about the cool-looking edge screen - we consider this a neat little touch that required some serious display innovation, but its hard to say that it brings a ground-breaking change in usage. No, we’re talking about overall design and performance: the S6 edge+ has a much faster and consistently great camera, a significantly better, brighter and more power efficient AMOLED display, neat wireless charging option, a hugely improved thin and stylish design, a fast and reliable fingerprint scanner with the option for future use with Samsung Pay, and the list just goes on.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 08/27/2015
Galaxy Note 5 review: A big phone finally grows up
Source: Computerworld.com Anglais EN→FR
As I mused in a blog earlier this week, it really feels like the Note 5 is the true Samsung flagship of the year -- not just a bigger model of the Galaxy S6, but a more refined and complete version of the phone. It has all of the same high points as its smaller sibling -- the striking design and build quality, the awesome screen, the exceptional camera -- and it also introduces a more ergonomic curved-back design and a major improvement to battery life. And we can't forget about the stylus, which could range from being a massive positive to being an interesting little bonus, depending on your perspective.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 08/27/2015
90% Samsung’s best phone yet: the Galaxy Note 5 reviewed
Source: Gadgetguy Anglais EN→FR
Even with the pointlessly low storage number, Samsung’s 2015 Note 5 phablet is easily the best phone the company has produced this year, as it just makes this long-running device perfect, except for that lack of space inside. It’s probably the best phone Samsung has ever made. It’s definitely the best phablet you can buy today.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 08/26/2015
Notes: Note globale: 90% prix: 90% performances: 90% équipement: 90% mobilité: 100% finition: 100%
Samsung Galaxy Note5 vs Google Nexus 6
Source: Phone Arena Anglais EN→FR
However, if one considers price, this difference is indeed reflected in the cost. The Google Nexus 6 has the advantage of having been on the market for nearly a year now, and this has brought a significant price drop: from an initial MSRP of $650, the phone is now officially sold for $500 (full retail price). The Samsung Galaxy Note5 looks like a costly device in comparison: it comes with an MSRP of $750, exactly 50% higher price than the Nexus 6. Put in simple terms, the Galaxy Note5 is clearly the superior phone in most aspects. But is a 50% difference in price justified? It’s up to your wallet to give a judgment about that.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 08/26/2015
Samsung Galaxy Note5 vs Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+
Source: Phone Arena Anglais EN→FR
Rather than going into detail about their pricing, we’ll just generalize it by saying that the Galaxy S6 edge+ carries a higher premium than the Note5. There might not be a huge disparity when breaking down their pricing on a fixed, monthly financing plan, but it’s undeniably profound when we look at their outright costs. In fact, the Galaxy S6 edge+, depending on which carrier you buy it from, is normally accompanied with an $80 increase over the Note5. Again, it’ll be different for each carrier, but that’s the cost we’re roughly looking at here.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 08/26/2015
91% Galaxy Note 5 review: a different breed of tablet killer
Source: Pocketnow Anglais EN→FR
Fortunately for Samsung, it turns out that “a big Galaxy S6 with an S Pen” is also a pretty fantastic smartphone. The Galaxy Note 5 is a premium-built handheld with a jaw-dropping display, one of the best cameras available on a smartphone, and a stylus that finally brings enough real-world usefulness to make regular people notice. This is a product for a certain subset of those regular people, folks who don’t mind spending more money if it means a better experience … and the Note 5 delivers one of the best smartphone experiences out there. If you’re in the market for multiple devices and you’ve got a little room in your budget, ditch your plans to get a separate tablet and smartphone and get this instead.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 08/26/2015
Notes: Note globale: 91% performances: 80% équipement: 93% mobilité: 60%
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 review: Head of its class
Source: Gizmag Anglais EN→FR
The consensus from other reviewers will likely be "wait to see what Apple has in store before buying the Galaxy Note 5." And if you're torn 50/50 between Apple's and Samsung's products, then that's great advice. But if you already liked older Galaxy Notes, then we don't see any reason to hesitate about this one. The Note 4 was one of our favorite smartphones of 2014, and the Note 5 just jumped to the top of our 2015 list.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 08/26/2015
80% The best big phone just got better
Source: Engadget Anglais EN→FR
Samsung has another world-class performer in the Note 5, and unlike its cousin, the S6 Edge+, it has more going for it than just looks. The Note still can't completely mimic the feel of pen and paper, but it's getting closer than you might expect. Throw in some high-powered internals and a tremendous screen and you've got a Note that refines the phablet formula in almost all the right ways.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 08/25/2015
Notes: Note globale: 80% écran: 90% mobilité: 80%
90% Galaxy Note 5 Review: Powerful Pen, All-Day Battery
Source: Tom's Guide Anglais EN→FR
When I heard the initial specs for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, I derisively dubbed it the Note 4.5. I thought Samsung hadn't gone far enough with upgrades and new features. However, I quickly became a convert as I lovingly caressed the smooth glass, and live-streamed video of my dog. And it took much less time for me to create a slew of to-dos, reminders and save-for-laters with the S Pen's new Screen-Off memo feature.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 08/25/2015
Notes: Note globale: 90%
Samsung Galaxy Note5 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4
Source: Phone Arena Anglais EN→FR
Although members of the one and the same product family, the two phablets are both extremely similar and noticeably different from each other simultaneously. While the Note 4 can be safely viewed as one of the most feature-rich phones Samsung has made to date, the Note5 is going down a different, more design-oriented path. With “form over function” kicking in inside Samsung's camp, the Note 4 could be regarded as the last great dinosaur of a dying era.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 08/25/2015
90% Galaxy Note 5 review: Continuing Samsung's reign as the King of Phablets
Source: PC World Anglais EN→FR
I enjoyed the last two generations of Samsung’s Note phablet and I gave them both high scores, but I’m giving the Galaxy Note 5 a slightly higher score because it’s absolutely everything you want out of a smartphone: a fantastic camera, a productivity device, a sketchbook, a digital scrapbook, a boom box, and a portable gaming console. If you’re going to spend gobs of money for the most premium smartphone out there, it’s gotta be completely worth your while, and the Galaxy Note 5 is totally worth it.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 08/24/2015
Notes: Note globale: 90%
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Review
Source: Slashgear Anglais EN→FR
Good news is, if you're of the stylus mindset then the S Pen delivers more on the Note 5 than in any prior generation. The tweaks are, in and of themselves, fairly small, but they add up to a much more usable experience that - with features like PDF annotation - address legitimate and common complaints among power users. The great camera, solid battery life, and incredible display only gild the Note 5's core talents.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 08/24/2015
90% Continuing Samsung's reign as the King of Phablets
Source: Greenbot Anglais EN→FR
I enjoyed the last two generations of Samsung’s Note phablet and I gave them both high scores, but I’m giving the Galaxy Note 5 a slightly higher score because it’s absolutely everything you want out of a smartphone: a fantastic camera, a productivity device, a sketchbook, a digital scrapbook, a boom box, and a portable gaming console. If you’re going to spend gobs of money for the most premium smartphone out there, it’s gotta be completely worth your while, and the Galaxy Note 5 is totally worth it. If Samsung would only cut back on the heavy-handed TouchWiz interface changes and bloatware, it could easily score 5 stars.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 08/24/2015
Notes: Note globale: 90%
Samsung Galaxy Note5 review
Source: GSM Arena Anglais EN→FR
Samsung Galaxy Note5 is the best looking iteration of the phablet to date. In line with the Samsung Galaxy Note tradition, the latest generation is also the most powerful phablet available today by quite a margin. The S Pen once again defines the Samsung Galaxy Note5 as a product. As expected, the newcomer's stylus is better than ever with new tricks to go with its clickable release mechanism.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 08/21/2015
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 review
Source: BGR Anglais EN→FR
The reason I have always liked the Galaxy Note series of phones more than most other phablets is simple: Notes are gigantic, but there’s a reason for their size. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5 isn’t just big for the sake of being big, it includes a wide range of features that put its size to good use.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 08/20/2015
90% Samsung Galaxy Note5 Review
Source: Phone Arena Anglais EN→FR
We’ve dissected every part of the Samsung Galaxy Note5, and not surprisingly, it’s still an incredibly advanced device that’s untested in the phablet space. Performance alone proves that it’s every bit capable of tangling with the other handful of heavy handed phones that have been announced so far for the upcoming holiday season. From a specs sheet aspect, the Note5 has all the internals to make it a formidable thing to choose over the competition – more so when its S Pen features add to the overall experience; you don’t get that on other phones.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 08/18/2015
Notes: Note globale: 90%
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 hands-on: Classy evolution but no UK launch currently planned
Source: Pocket Lint Anglais EN→FR
It's funny saying that a Note device is the more conventional option considering Samsung almost single-handedly created the phablet category with the first one, but in direct comparison that's how it racks up. And that's most likely why the UK market will get a staggered release approach.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très courte, Date: 08/13/2015
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 hands-on review
Source: Stuff TV Anglais EN→FR
With the Galaxy Note 5, Samsung has built on the Galaxy S6, which has been the number one phone in our Top Ten list of smartphones for months now, and have made one of the best phablets ever. It delivers on almost every front: looks, feel, quality, features, and performance, and we have no doubt a full review will only serve to reinforce these initial findings.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 08/13/2015
The same but much better
Source: T3 Anglais EN→FR
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has one fatal flaw: it won't be coming to the UK, at least, not any time soon. That seems to be a damning indictment on the way the British public views the slightly confusing S Pen, and would rather have the large simplicity of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ if they're going to spend a huge wedge of cash on a phablet.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très courte, Date: 08/13/2015
100% Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Review
Source: Ubergizmo English Anglais EN→FR
I used to think of the Galaxy Note as “the” pen-enabled, large-display, large-battery capacity phone. The Note 5 design is very neat, but it did remove the large-battery capacity of the equation. That said, the Note 5 is easily the best large-display phone on the market, and certainly the best large-display Android phone. The excellent pen user experience is really a bonus on top of that.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 08/13/2015
Notes: Note globale: 100%
Samsung Galaxy Note5 and S6 edge+ hands-on
Source: GSM Arena Anglais EN→FR
When we said Samsung rushed the launch of the Galaxy Note5, you may have thought it was somehow unfinished. It certainly doesn't appear to be so at this point, instead it's the carefully thought out upgrade we're used to seeing from Samsung. Sure, it has lost a few of its productivity features, and we'll be hearing a lot about its battery. The comments section was barely beginning to accept that it won't be user-replaceable, as the rumored 4,100mAh capacity was enough to shake battery anxiety away. The actual capacity is nowhere nearly as impressive and the 3,000mAh number is less than even the Note II.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 08/13/2015
Một tuần với Galaxy Note 5: Vẫn còn quá ngon sao lại quên lãng?
Source: The Gioididong VN→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 07/12/2017

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ARM Mali-T760 MP8:

Solution graphique mobile pour tablettes et smartphones que l'on retrouve dans certains SoC tels que l'Exynos 7420 Octa.

La plupart des jeux pas trop demandants actuels peuvent tourner de façon fluide. soyez prêts à endurer un rendu graphique assez moche à cause de la basse résolution et des détails au minimum. Par ailleurs ces cartes sont suffisantes pour un travail de bureau et le visionnage de vidéos (pas évident pour la vidéo HD).


>> Plus d'informations sont à trouver dans notre comparaison des cartes graphiques mobiles et ainsi que dans notre liste des Benchmarks affiliés.


Exynos 7420:

SoC Exynos 7 64 bit comprenant quatre cœurs Cortex-A57, quatre cœurs Cortex-A53 et un circuit graphique ARM Mali-T760 MP8. Gravé en 14 nm.


>> Plus d'informations sont à trouver dans notre comparaison des processeurs mobiles.


5.70": Avec 4,9 pouces, on commence à s’attaquer aux smartphones à grand écran. Cette taille d’écran reste néanmoins très répandue.

Un écran de plus grandes dimensions permettent des résolutions plus élevées, les détails comme la finesse des lettres seront meilleurs. Néanmoins, un écran de plus petite taille est synonyme de consommation énergétique moindre et souvent d’un terminal plus compact, plus léger et plus abordable.
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0.171 kg: Il s’agit du poids le plus commun pour un smartphone.


Samsung: Le Groupe Samsung est composé de nombreuses entreprises internationales, tous unis sous la marque Samsung en Corée du Sud. Le sens du mot coréen Samsung est "tristar" ou "trois étoiles". La marque Samsung est l'une des plus grandes marques de la Corée du Sud. Samsung est un fabricant de portables, de taille moyenne selon les parts de marché et les revues.

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87.54%: Voici une bonne note au dessus de la moyenne. Mais vous ne devez pas oublier qu'il y a de 10 à 15% de portables avec de meilleures notes.


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Samsung Galaxy S6 Active
Mali-T760 MP8, Exynos Exynos 7420, 5.10", 0.15 kg

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Samsung Galaxy A22 5G
Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 700, 6.60", 0.203 kg
Samsung Galaxy A22 LTE
Mali-G52 MP2, Mediatek Helio G80, 6.40", 0.186 kg
Samsung Galaxy M62
Mali-G76 MP12, Exynos Exynos 9825, 6.70", 0.218 kg
Samsung Galaxy F52 5G
Adreno 619, Snapdragon SD 750G 5G, 6.60", 0.199 kg
Samsung Galaxy M02
PowerVR GE8100, Mediatek MT6739WW, 6.50", 0.206 kg
Samsung Galaxy A52
Adreno 618, Snapdragon SD 720G, 6.50", 0.189 kg
Samsung Galaxy A32
Mali-G52 MP2, Mediatek Helio G80, 6.40", 0.184 kg
Samsung Galaxy A72
Adreno 618, Snapdragon SD 720G, 6.70", 0.203 kg
Samsung Galaxy A72 5G
Adreno 619, Snapdragon SD 750G 5G, 6.70", 0.203 kg
Samsung Galaxy F62
Mali-G76 MP12, Exynos Exynos 9825, 6.70", 0.218 kg
Samsung Galaxy A52 5G
Adreno 619, Snapdragon SD 750G 5G, 6.50", 0.189 kg
Samsung Galaxy XCover 5
Mali-G52 MP2, Exynos 850, 5.30", 0.172 kg
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G
Mali-G57 MP3, Dimensity 720, 6.50", 0.205 kg
Samsung Galaxy M12
Mali-G52 MP2, Exynos 850, 6.50", 0.214 kg
Samsung Galaxy A02
PowerVR GE8100, Mediatek MT6739WW, 6.50", 0.206 kg
Samsung Galaxy M02s
Adreno 506, Snapdragon SD 450, 6.50", 0.196 kg
Samsung Galaxy S21+
Mali-G78 MP14, Exynos Exynos 2100 5G, 6.70", 0.2 kg
Samsung Galaxy S21
Mali-G78 MP14, Exynos Exynos 2100 5G, 6.20", 0.169 kg
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
Mali-G78 MP14, Exynos Exynos 2100 5G, 6.80", 0.227 kg
Samsung Galaxy A02s
Adreno 506, Snapdragon SD 450, 6.50", 0.196 kg
Samsung Galaxy A12
PowerVR GE8320, Mediatek Helio P35 MT6765, 6.50", 0.205 kg
Samsung W21 5G
Adreno 650, Snapdragon SD 865+ (Plus), 7.60", 0.282 kg
Samsung Galaxy F41
Mali-G72 MP3, Exynos Exynos 9611, 6.40", 0.191 kg
Samsung Galaxy A42 5G
Adreno 619, Snapdragon SD 750G 5G, 6.60", 0.193 kg
Samsung Galaxy M21s
Mali-G72 MP3, Exynos Exynos 9611, 6.40", 0 kg
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G
Adreno 650, Snapdragon SD 865, 6.50", 0.19 kg
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Stefan Hinum, 2015-08-28 (Update: 2015-08-28)