Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Price in Hong Kong & Specs

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 features a 1440 x 2560pixels display with 518ppi and weighs 171g. This device also comes with a 16MP rear camera & a 5MP front camera, as well as a 3000mAh battery capacity. Release date for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5: August 2015. Read more
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 features a 1440 x 2560pixels display with 518ppi and weighs 171g. This device also comes with a 16MP rear camera & a 5MP front camera, as well as a 3000mAh battery capacity. Release date for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5: August 2015. Read more
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Cheapest Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Price in Hong Kong is HK$ 4,025.00

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is now available in Hong Kong. The cheapest Samsung Galaxy Note 5 price in Hong Kong is HK$ 4,025.00 from Personal Digital. You can also choose between different Samsung Galaxy Note 5 variants with 32GB Gold Platinum starting from HK$ 4,025.00 and 32GB White Pearl at HK$ 4,059.00. Samsung Galaxy Note 5 price details are updated January 2019.

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Price List by Country for Samsung Galaxy Note 5

Country International Price Price in HKD
Hong Kong HKD 4,025.00 HK$ 4,025.00
Indonesia IDR 2.080.000 HK$ 1,151.00
Malaysia MYR 629.00 HK$ 1,199.00
Philippines PHP 26,913.00 HK$ 4,025.00
Singapore SGD 475.00 HK$ 2,749.00
Thailand THB 7,990 HK$ 1,975.00
Vietnam VND 3.750.000 HK$ 1,267.00

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Specs

Screen Size 5.7"
Display Resolution 1440 x 2560pixels
Pixel Density 518ppi
Scratch Resistant Yes
Water Resistant Yes
Rear Camera Resolution 16MP
Front Camera Resolution 5MP
Dual camera No
Internal Storage 32GB
Expandable Memory No
Card Slot No
Battery Capacity 3000mAh
Talk Time 28h
Processor Octa Core
Operating System Android
Weight 171g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 153.2 x 76.1 x 7.6mm
Body Material Aluminium
Release Year 2015
Release Month August
Colours Gold
USB Connectors Micro-USB
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Dual SIM No
SIM Card Nano-SIM
Waterproof No
Virtual Reality Capable No
Heart Rate Sensor No
LED Notification Light Yes
Face Recognition No
Iris Scanner No
Fingerprint Scanner Yes
FM Radio No
3D Touch No

Samsung Note 5 HK Price, Specs, Review

Galaxy Note 5 Hong Kong: The Only Phone You'll Need

The Samsung Note 5 isn't just any smartphone, it's a phablet smartphone. It's got the phablet moniker because of its large size that's almost borderline tablet size. The Samsung Note 5 is not just any phablet smartphone however, it's the phablet smartphone that made everyone realize what a true phablet is. Below is a rundown of the Note 5 specs.

Bigger is Better

The Galaxy Note 5 has a larger HD Super AMOLED 5.7 inch display which looks gorgeous no matter from which angle you're looking at. The large screen is also incredibly sharp due to the Quad HD (2K) resolution, which results in 518 pixels per inch on the screen. With Samsung's multi-window apps, users can maximize the screen size by running applications side by side – you can finally text and watch videos at the same time!

The Pen Is Mightier Than The Sword

The S-Pen is even better on the Samsung Note 5 – it now clicks like a real pen! The S-Pen now sits flush against the frame of the smartphone, and to access it all you'll have to do is push in and click. Samsung's convenient Air Command is immediately accessible when the S-Pen is retracted from the smartphone, allowing you quick access to taking notes and more.

Write with the S-Pen feels incredibly much like a real pen, it's fluid and so responsive that you'll forget you're writing on a touchscreen. Pen your notes and sketch the next masterpiece like the older times, but on a whole new futuristic platform.

Wire-Free Charging

Say goodbye to the conventional charging method with cables and wires, and say hello to wireless charging. The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 can charge wirelessly with the wireless charging dock. Unlike other wireless chargers, however, the one with the Galaxy Note 5 is fast, being able to be fully charged in 120 minutes. The only cable you'll have to plug in is the one you'll have to plug into the wireless dock.

Great Shots

The Samsung Note 5 captures amazing photographs with its 16-megapixel camera. It captures all of the natural light and appears really sharp and rich. It's also amazingly fast, it takes only a split second to turn on the camera and snap a picture of the action: Just press the Home button twice in any app or any screen and you're in the camera.

Reviews of Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Reviewed on 2017-05-09
Beautiful design, Tall display is great for text / Internet browsing / split screen, Has expandable storage, Waterand dustproof, Conventional display (flat, 16:9), Cheaper, S Pen, Frontfacing, hardware home button / fingerprint sensor
For the third time in a row now, Samsung is putting out a shiny jewel of a flagship smartphone — a glass-and-metal sandwich with curvy sides, vibrant colors, and very reflective finishes. We are talking about the Galaxy S8 and its bigger variant — the Ga...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-17
Waterresistance is great to have, and a waterproof S Pen even better, The Galaxy S7's 12MP camera absolutely shines, Samsung's latest Android UI is a step in the right direction towards usability, Return of microSD give the Note 7 capacity to spare, Flat...
Samsung's Galaxy Note phablet is growing up this year. It's got a new curved-edge screen, new higher-precision (to say nothing of waterproof) S Pen, and even a new name, joining the earlier Galaxy S flagships as part of Samsung's club-7. As the latest ha...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-22
Until now, if you were looking for a high-end large display smartphone from Samsung, your choice was limited to the Galaxy Note series. However, that all changed last year, with the availability of the Galaxy S6 Edge+ . In 2016, Samsung adopted a differen...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-12
Last year, LG announced its brand new V series of smartphones in their latest attempt to capture the premium smartphone market. The first of the series was dubbed the LG V10 , and the new flagship gave LG fans a great alternative to the LG G4 , complete w...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-23
Good exposure and dynamic range in most lighting conditions,        Very good white balance,        Very good detail preservation in good lighting conditions,        Vivid, pleasant and realistic color in most lighting conditions,        Good flash perfor...
Ringing strongly visible,        Noise noticeable in blocks of color,        Some autofocus failures in macro mode
Billed as a ‘Phablet' – a phone/tablet hybrid – Samsung Galaxy Note devices have been very popular with consumers looking for an all-in-one solution. Launched alongside the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus smart phone, the new Galaxy Note V is a very similar p...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-19
Image quality is very good, especially in good lighting, versus other smartphone cameras, 16MP of resolution in a smartphone camera is well above average, Secondary/selfie camera offers 5MP of resolution, Extremely fast performance levels, Can record 4K v...
Low light image quality could be better, Some photos occasionally appear overprocessed, This unit is extremely large because of 5.7inch touchscreen, Note 5 is tough to hold while using the camera because of its size and smooth edges, Note 5's buttons cann...
The Galaxy Note 5 smartphone camera records images of a high quality with its 16MP of resolution rear-facing camera, and its 5.7-inch display screen is one of the sharpest you'll find on a smartphone. The camera offers both manual control and fully automa...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-14
Lower cost, Stock Android experience, Original looking design that's premium, Incredibly snappy performance in daily use, Updated premium design that's comfortable to handle, Added productivity features, S Pen for drawing and notetaking, Builtin wireless...
When it comes to the phablet domain, Samsung's Galaxy Note smartphones have consistently been the frontrunners in its class ever since the segment's inception. This year's latest iteration, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, sees a tremendous shift in its design...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-14
When it comes to the phablet domain, Samsung's Galaxy Note smartphones have consistently been the frontrunners in its class ever since the segment's inception. This year's latest iteration, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, sees a tremendous shift in its design...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-03
When it comes to the smart phone market, I think we can say that the Samsung Galaxy line launching a new phone makes waves similar to the new iPhone launches. They have a large portion of the Android market. I've been lucky enough to have the chance to te...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-01
Great aesthetic with curves on the back for small bump up in handling, Stellar Quad HD display, Wonderful performance, 4GB RAM, Fingerprint reader performs very well, FAST charging almost makes up for standard battery size, S Pen streamlined, physically a...
Design is prone to fingerprints and smudges, No removable battery, Battery life could be longer, No expandable storage
Over the past few years, Samsung has followed a release cycle featuring two major flagships, under the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note monikers. Apart from the obvious difference in size, there has always been some separation in design, build quality, and featur...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-24
Samsung and Apple undoubtedly dominate the global smartphone market and they are responsible for some of the most popular mobile devices out there. There has been no shortage of accusations of copying and “inspiration” from either camp, but with Samsung d...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-17
When the Nexus 6 was released last year, Google and Motorola took the Nexus line up a notch, bringing the world a powerful Nexus device that was more comparable to its competitors than ever before, though it still lacked in a few areas such as camera, and...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-10
I've had the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 for quite a while. I've been using it as one of my main phones. Based on the hands-on time I had with it at launch, and my experience with other Notes, I had an idea what to expect. There were a few changes to the build...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-26
Without question, the new Galaxy Note 5 put aesthetics ahead of all other features. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, as it really is one of the best looking phones of 215, if not the best. Off the top of my head, I cannot think of one other device that...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-23
Premium looks, Great display, Improved S Pen capabilities, Impressive snappers, Loaded innards
Slippery design, Nonexpandable storage, Average battery life
“Samsung's latest offering in its Note range rightfully carries over the title of king of phablets from its predecessor”Samsung's latest flagship, the Galaxy Note5 (unboxing | first impressions) looks like the best smartphone your money can buy, at least...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-22
Google's Nexus phones have had plenty of good things going for 'em over the years, but camera quality has never exactly been a top focus. At least, until now.With this year's new Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P models, the Big G swears it's turning over a new leaf...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-11
Back again for a release to finish out the year is the Galaxy Note 5. What started with a then-gargantuan 5.3-inch display and much skepticism turned into a highly profitable series for Samsung, selling millions of units monthly. Consumers and critics nev...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-09
The Galaxy Note line has long been one of Samsung's greatest assets in the mobile market. While other Android OEMs have made phablets before, Samsung was pretty much the first OEM to ship a high-end device in this segment. Although other Android OEMs have...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-08
Danger, danger, big screens incoming! The new Apple iPhone 6s Plus and Galaxy Note5 are poised to become the most talked-about phablets for the foreseeable future, so we are left with no choice but to stage a cage fight between these two juggernauts of t...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-05
Wireless charging, Spring loaded stylus, Fingerprint scanner works great!
Slippery, No micro SD slot, No replaceable battery, IR blaster feature removed
Samsung's newest top-end smartphone is the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. How much has it evolved since the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was introduced last year? Should Note 4 users consider upgrading? Those are just a couple of the questions that I'll answer in this r...
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