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Topic # 191997 23-Feb-2016 16:46
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So, I had decided to get myself a Note 5 and then I heard about the new S7 available next month.
So, what should I get, the Note 5 or the new S7 ?

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  Reply # 1497958 23-Feb-2016 16:54
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If the pen isn't a major for you, I'd go for the S7 Edge,


If you don't like the Edge but still want the size, Go for the note 5... Or wait until August / September for a Note 6 announcement. 

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  Reply # 1498007 23-Feb-2016 18:29
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The S7, if you don't mind the price and don't need a stylus. S7 has a microSD slot, better battery life, better performance, better camera, IP68 water resistance, and better one-handed usability. :)


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  Reply # 1498013 23-Feb-2016 18:51
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I always said to myself that s-pen is not important but I always end up getting the note series from 1 to 5.

In between that I have owned other devices with smaller or same screen size but I just have to go back to note after few weeks.

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