Samsung announces the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+

Here we go... time to upgrade?

Today Samsung took the wraps off the newest devices in its phablet lineup: The Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+. As when Samsung launched the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, the two devices are pretty much identical internally, just in "flat" and "curved" versions. The extra twist this time is that one is a "Note" and one is an "S6"—only the Note has an S-Pen. If you wanted a fully loaded option—a curved screen phone with an S-Pen—it looks like you're out of luck. The phones will be available in the US and Canada on August 21st, and pre-orders start today at 3pm Eastern.

As usual, the Galaxy Note series is very much a "tick" to the Galaxy S series' "tock." The Note 5/Edge+ takes most of its design cues and materials from the Galaxy S6—it's a glass sandwich with rounded, metal sides. Also like the S6, the glass back isn't removable, and Samsung is forgoing the microSD card and removable battery that many Samsung fans have grown to love over the years.

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