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Sell Samsung Galaxy Note 5

Sell Your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Online

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 was officially released in August 2015 as the replacement for the previous year’s Galaxy Note 4 model. With the Galaxy Note 4, Samsung has made known its intention to make the Galaxy Note series more appealing and acceptable to mainstream smartphone users, and the Note 5 almost made that a reality.

Over the years, the Galaxy Note series has made its mark as a very versatile device for getting your works done seamlessly and efficiently in the phablet world, and the productivity-focused Galaxy Note 5 continues the trend. It built on the excellent hardware and software features of the Galaxy S6 series and while retaining the spacious 5.7-inch QHD Super AMOLED with a massive 2560x1440 resolution at 518ppi.

By incorporating the Galaxy S6’s styling, premium aluminum frame and glass back build, the Galaxy Note 5 features all the juicy specs of the S6 series and witnessed a dramatic overhaul in its iconic S Pen department.

The redesigned Galaxy Note 5’s Stylus Pen is sleeker than ever before. With a single click, the S Pen pops out from the base of the phone’s frame and allows you to take screenshots, make quick sketches, jot down your quick thoughts and ideas, and annotate anything that pops up on your screen.

When it comes to performance, the Galaxy Note 5 is a force to reckon with. It features the top-of-the-chart Exynos 7420 octa-core processor with a 4GB of RAM that will handle multiple tasks at once without getting bogged down.

The Galaxy Note 5 uses the same camera sensor as the Galaxy S6 series, which is regarded by many as one of the best smartphone cameras at the time. The 16-megapixel rear camera takes jaw-dropping photos with a lot of great detail even when the light dims while its 4K resolution capabilities allow you to shoot and record videos in Ultra High Definition mode, which is the most advanced imaging technology we have today.

For selfie lovers, Samsung increased the megapixel count for the front-facing camera to 5-megapixel which produces stunning images with vibrant colors in great lighting conditions.

Reasons to Sell Your Samsung Galaxy Note 5

In the past, the Galaxy Note series had always set out to align with the needs of the power users, but with a refined fingerprint scanner new and some enhancements beneath the hood, the Galaxy Note 5 is a huge leap from its predecessor for better or worse.

Design-wise, it took a different course and witnessed some changes that possibly cut off the power users. The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 introduced a design that deviated away from what made the Samsung flagship models the delight of many users, and this sparked a great debate even among hard-core users.

The Galaxy Note 5 became the first (and the only phone so far) in the history of the Galaxy Note series with no user-replaceable battery and MicroSD card slot and is only available in 32 and 64 gig variants. This makes the 4K feature on the phone a gimmick as you are unable to expand your device’s storage space to accommodate the enormous size of 4K videos and multimedia files. If you find the expandable storage feature indispensable, you may consider selling your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 online to get a new phone with an SD card slot and save as many multimedia files as you want.

The Note 5’s massive screen resolution and powerful processor means its frugal 3000mAh built-in battery will be under intense pressure from these powerful components, and may not be able to hold on for long. In a manner that was very unusual of the Galaxy Note lineup, Samsung omitted the user replaceable battery feature from the Note 5, which means you are unable to swap in your fresh batteries whenever your built-in battery runs out of juice or reset your stuck phone. As a power user, the Note 5’s battery undermines your ability to get the most out of its array of impressive features, so it makes a lot of sense if you trade-in your phone online and upgrade.

Now that phones with waterproofing have become the norm, you know you are missing out on the fun and excitement that comes with taking some awesome underwater selfies while swimming. Even if swimming is not your thing, breaking up with your Note 5 may be a good idea if you want a phone that can survive a dunk in the tub or you don’t want to miss out on some crucial calls even while bathing.

How to Sell Your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Online

Back in 2015, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 reigned supreme in the world of high-end phablets, but about three years after, it has relinquished its position and succumbed to the supremacy of the newer and better Galaxy Note models.

For a phone that is quickly losing its worth, selling online to buyback sites may be a smart move if you still want to make something tangible from it before it ends up in your old cell phone drawer.