The Galaxy Note5 you love is now even better. The Galaxy Note5’s sleek metal frame encases premium glass to create a slim, large-screen device that’s more comfortable in your hand. It’s big on screen size and big on style.
Enhanced S Pen
Discover the magic of the enhanced S Pen. The built-in, more advanced S Pen is easily accessible so you can jot down a quick note or phone number, or even write an email. And, with the always-available Air Command menu, the S Pen features are easier to find and use from any screen or from any app.
Learn more about the features and functions of the advanced S Pen, plus other great features the Samsung Galaxy Note5 has to offer.
Wireless charging made easy
Charge your Galaxy Note5 without the hassle of all those wires.1 Or, you can plug in the fast charger and get up to 4 hours of power in about 10 minutes.2
The new Galaxy Note5 gives you the best speed, the most power and the best performance of any Samsung smartphone ever, powered by the Samsung Exynos 7420 octacore 64-bit processor combined with 4 GB of RAM. So go ahead and browse, work, watch and game—all at the same time.
The Galaxy Note5 camera launches faster than ever, so you can capture quick moments beautifully. Just double-tap the Home button and the camera opens in an instant. Even if the light isn’t right, you can take pictures that look amazing thanks to Auto HDR. Like you, the Galaxy Note5 camera is ready for anything.
Access LTE Advanced, the fastest mobile technology in the world
Bell has launched the next generation of LTE Advanced network technology, nothing is faster. And only the Bell version of the Samsung Galaxy Note5 smartphone is built to allow speeds of up to 335Mbps (average expected speeds:12 - 87 Mbps), the fastest download speeds available in Canada with this technology. This network and device technology are available in cities like Toronto, Hamilton, Oakville and Halifax and will continue to expand in other communities throughout 2016.See coverage map
- Wireless charging pad sold separately
- Fast Charging requires an AFC-compatible charger to work. Based on laboratory testing. Results may vary. Battery power consumption depends on factors such as network configuration, carrier network, signal strength, operating temperature, features selected, vibrate mode, backlight settings, browser use, frequency of calls, and voice, data and other application-usage patterns.