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  1. spbird8

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    Hi, new here ever since my first phone (Motorola 8000S)😁 I've always upgraded in the first year but since I bought the Samsung note 5 nearly two years ago I love it.
    Any of you think the note 8 is worth the money apossed to keeping my note5.
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    Steve.
     

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    Steve, I traded in my Note 5 for the Note 8 and I can't imagine any scenario in which I would be happier. This phone isn't just an updated version of the Note: it's a transformation. From the 3K infinity display to the 6 GB of RAM to the incredible functionality of the S Pen... I strongly urge you to replace your Note 5 with the Note 8 as soon as you can!


    You're not at the store YET???
     
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    Do you use the stylus? If not then get the s8+ for a couple hundred £ cheaper. About half inch smaller screen and the same firmware. The difference seriously is whether you use the stylus or not. Fair enough a little more ram but the s8 ain't a slouch. No real difference in everyday use.
     
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Samsung Galaxy Note 5

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 was released in August of 2015 and was the company's flagship phablet for the year. The device features a 5.66-inch display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a 16MP main camera.

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