A couple of months ago, the consumers most awaiting Samsung Galaxy Note 5 hits the market. As most of the people prefer gold color band, Samsung named it as Premuim version. Earlier, the contract-based Samsung Galaxy Note 5 was only available on T-Mobile store. You can easily grab one on T-Mobile store with zero upfront cost. Moreover, it goes live with $599.99 retail price and 2 year contract.
The two biggest rival in mobile carrier (AT&T and Verizon) joins their hand with gold version Samsung Galaxy note 5 sales. This isn’t much interesting, when both the competitors choose the gold version on same Smartphone. If you prefer Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (64GB), it’s better to go with $349.99 in AT&T store. The total price is said to be $839.99. Meanwhile, Verizon mobile carrier offers gold version Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (32GB) at $696 full retail price or $29/month for 2-year contract.
Talking about the features, Samsung Galaxy Note 5 sporting Exynos 7420 chipset that boosts 4GB RAM. Samsung equipped 3000mAh non-removable battery, which can stay alive for 16 hours in talk time mode. Internally, we can select one among three different storage variant, while making an order. If you are gaming fans or prefer huge storage space, it is better to go with 64GB storage variant.
On the front face, we have 5-megapixel shooter for video calling and selfie snap. The 16-megapixel back facing camera seems to be improved from former devices. Finally, the device got every needed hardware for next marshmallow firmware.