Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus launch today: Are you buying? [POLL]


Samsung Galaxy Note 5 colors

Today is the day Samsung’s big new devices — the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and Samsung Galaxy Note 5 — are headed to store shelves. The device has already found its way into the hands of several users thanks to T-Mobile and Verizon shipping earlier than expected, but now you can walk into their stores — as well as AT&T’s and Sprint’s — and pick one up in-person.

Samsung debuted these devices back at their Unpacked event in New York, and there’s been a lot of noise about them from all sides. The devices look great and have top notch specs on the one hand, but Samsung’s abandoned their long-running tradition of providing removable batteries and expandable storage. Not up to speed? Let these links guide your path:

People have been talking about these misfortunes all throughout AndroidForums.com. Note 4 owners have been deciding whether they were going to bite the bullet and try Samsung’s new vision or stick with what they know and love, and those interested in the supersized phone without the S-Pen have been doing much of the same.


We’re still holding judgment until we get our full reviews together, but if you’ve already made your mind up we want to hear from you: are you going to be buying the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 or Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus? There are a ton of reasons to — check our Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus first impressions if you need to know why — but we’re sure there are a good chunk of reasons many of you won’t. Whichever side you sit on we want to hear from you in the poll and the comments section below!

PS: Joe just unboxed both these babes live on Periscope! You can watch the broadcast replay right here if you missed it, and be sure to follow us on Periscope to make sure you don’t miss live unboxings, discussions and other live content we’ll do in the future!

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Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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