Last week, Samsung took the stage in New York to officially unveil the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ phablets, once again boosting its lineup of flagship devices. As we stated in our hands-on previews for both devices, Samsung has once again built two incredibly functional and stylish phones, but we’re not sure if that’ll be enough to bring consumers out in droves.
Samsung is just as concerned about the sales of its mobile devices as we are, so in order to try and sway potential upgraders, the company has released a series of hands-on videos featuring both of the new phones.
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Two videos for each phone have been uploaded to Samsung’s YouTube channel this week. If you’re more interested in what the phone looks like, you’ll want to watch the first of the two videos for each phone below. In those videos, Samsung focuses on the design of the phone as well as the unique hardware features.
The other two videos draw attention to the entertainment, multitasking and productivity features of the oversized devices. Samsung is clearly interested in capturing both tech fans and business users alike.
We’ll have a full review of the Galaxy Note 5 up on the site soon, but in the meantime, watch the hands-on videos below: