A smart device that’s too large to be a phone but too small to be a tablet. In 2011, Korean company Samsung dared to fill a void by releasing the first generation of the Galaxy Note — a 5.3-inch device big enough to outsize any smartphone (at that time) but still small enough to not be recognized as a tablet.
Our journey to Samsung Unpacked 2015 begins way before any official invite is sent out. History dictates new Galaxy Notes are released in September in Berlin, but credible sources are telling us it will be launched in New York in August.
By now there’s probably nearly a lifetime’s worth of videos out on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Which one to watch? Well, in this one we break down the 5 things that you need to know about Galaxy Note 5. We shot this right after the Unpacked event to quickly run through some of what we think, are the best features of Samsung’s latest phablet.
There’s a certain cadence to tech reporting, a routine if you will, milestones and destinations that are plotted on a calendar like red letter days. Like holidays more than special events, affairs that you know will take place, come hell or high water.
And sure enough, as it has come to pass every year since the original large screen smartphone was invented back 2011, a new Samsung Galaxy Note is unveiled.