Samsung Electronics has launched its flagship Galaxy Note5, the next big thing in mobility, in Nepal. The device represents Samsung’s commitment to the big screen smartphone market, which Samsung boldly pioneered in 2011 with the original Galaxy Note.
The Galaxy Note5 features a narrower bezel and curved back that lets the device ergonomically fit in one hand. The flat screen is great to write on and the curved 3D glass back allows for an optimal grip. Engineered to help people get more done faster, the Galaxy Note5 includes the all-new S-Pen that feels more solid and balanced in the user’s hand, offering improved writing capabilities and a variety of practical tools.
The Galaxy Note5 features unprecedented multimedia capabilities with deeper screen contrast and details through Samsung’s industry-leading 5.7-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display.
The Galaxy Note5 carries a price tag of Rs 89,900 for the 32GB memory. The smartphone is available in black sapphire, gold platinum and silver titanium colours. Users will get 1GB of Ncell 3G data free every month for a period of six months, the statement adds.
A version of this article appears in print on November 20, 2015 of The