Samsung Galaxy Note 5, first impressions( Part 4), Software and TTX
- 24 Jun 10:15
Galaxy Note 5
Technical Specification Previous Galaxy Note Phones featured a full specification, expanding the limits of what you could fit on your phone. The eight-core processor works with 4GB of RAM and 32GB or 64GB for storage( it's nice to have 128GB ofmemory, but the Galaxy S6 is not sold with this option).Exactly with the same camera settings as the Galaxy S6 with 16 VH, OIS, OIS, and autofocus, and quick start, the ability to double-click the home button.
Galaxy Note 5
Software The Galaxy 5's main software is identical to the Galaxy S6, as far as it can be identical between the two devices. Also, as we have seen the Note 4 Lollipop with upgrades, and what eventually led to the Galaxy S6, there are some special moments in the latest TouchWiz - still based on Android 5.1.1 - but nothing here will scare Samsung's current users.
The biggest visual changes can be in the directory of icons and icons for the entire phone, which were made neat, demolished down and somewhat close to the concept of material design. Each icon is slightly smaller and has an updated look of a square with rounded corners - in comparison with the absolutely opposite design with a huge square logo LG.Except for very small visual changes, everything works as you expect - we did not use the phone for a long time to make definitive conclusions about its work, but given its similarity to the Galaxy S6, one should expect similarity and work.
One really new feature in the software is the streaming on YouTube, now it's laid out when you sell it in the camera application. The Galaxy Note 5 has the ability to quickly switch modes from the camera to live on YouTube, which is not entirely new. Sony in the app and HTC's RE-Camera do the same, but it's a big deal for Samsung and Google. It works both with Wi-Fi and cellular communication, and is pretty much just camera software, not a special version of the YouTube application.
Samsung on Note5 also has a new exclusive feature of the screen, which allows you to capture the entire screen, so that, even what is currently not displayed on the screen, and requires scrolling - came in one full screenshot. For example, you could copy a full article or a sophisticated set of Google Maps and capture them in a single screenshot that can be read as a whole and not consist of a series of shots on a single screen.