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Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Black 32GB (Verizon Wireless)

3.8
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  • Display: 5.7-inches
  • Camera: 16-MP
  • Processor Speed: 2.1 GHz
  • OS: Android 5.1.1 Lollipop

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Customer Reviews

Sold as NEW but is NOT !!!Cosmetically very clean. Battery will not charge past 83%. Phone was sold as NEW but had updates done in Nov. of 2016 and was reset to factory specs in June 2017. Not a new phone !!!1Nothing but defective phones.I ordered 2 phones from Amazon. One from Redcell in which case the SIM card reader didn't work and one from Sikksound in which case the phone was just down right defective. The screen kept shutting off and coming on by itself and I would constant notifications about moble data turning on and off and a usb plug in when nothing was plugged up. I will never order another phone from Amazon.1Really?When I called to activate my phone the carrier stated the phone was lost or stolen. A waste of my time. Be careful1What More Do We Really Need?Obviously this is not the latest/greatest phone but it probably is plenty of phone and camera for most of us for a lot less money than later generations. As advertised, this is a 'brand new' phone.If you order this phone you can expect:1. The battery will be completely flat on arrival so it'll be on the (included) charger for about an hour before you can start playing with it.2. If this is replacing an older phone you might have to visit a phone store (Verizon in my case) to get a new sim chip. The sim from my dead Note 4 was too large but it only took a few minutes for the store to program a new one (free) and test it.3. Order a case, any case when you order this phone. This puppy is slippery!4. The Samsung file transfer utility works ok to send your apps from an older phone to this one but it won't transfer the data. If you've told Google to save your data during regular backups you 'might' be able to download each app again from the Play Store and have them installed and set up just the way they were on the old phone. This worked with some of my apps, not so well with others.5. The listing says the phone comes with Android 4.1 installed. I can't attest to that because as soon as I started it, an update to Android 7.0 was downloaded and (with my permission) installed. Several security updates were installed after that.6. This phone does not have a memory expansion slot for a micro sd card so get the 64gb model. If you have music and other data on a chip from another phone you'll have to copy it all to the internal memory. I found the easiest/fastest way to do this was plug the new phone into a pc and plug your sd card into that same pc then simply copy/paste files into folders that are already shown in the phone for music, data, downloads etc.That's about it. As mentioned up top, this may not be the fastest phone available but it's probably all most of us need and it's pretty hard to beat the price without trusting a reconditioned unit.Cheers!5Great phone - 95% satisfied. (I wish it had external SD)Unfortunately this review comes a little late in the game, and likely wouldn't have even happened had I not smashed my Galaxy S5. - Quick Background - I am in the tech industry by trade, and have been an android user since the Motorola Droid first arrived. My recording studio is exclusively Apple Products, though only out of necessity due to the software tools I create music with. (...and though I don't look down on the iPhone community, I personally would never choose to own one.) -I don't jump on the finance and upgrade bandwagon, so I haven't used the S6, S7, or S7 Note/PocketBomb. They are probably exceptional pieces of hardware, though the reason I clung so tightly to the S5 was sheer durability. It just worked for me, aside from being just a tiny bit small for my hands. If it hadn't met an untimely death leaping from my car, it would, no doubt, have required extensive counseling.Moving on-The Note 5 is a powerhouse compared to the Galaxy S5.The additional four (total eight) faster processor cores and additional ram (3Gb in all - S5 just 2) is more than a little noticeable. Multitasking is a snap for everything I do: Email/Text/Calls, Recording sound for later use, Maps, Ingress, Web Application like Soundcloud to manage the songs I post-...you get the idea. I'm not leeched to my phone constantly, but I am a heavy multitasker when I do. It also fits perfectly in my man-sized mitts. My thumbs are no longer cramped - but most importantly - no one will ever read this. Let's be honest - this is old tech now. I could perfectly detail through eloquent fervor the ample screen's lush vibrancy, or use teh bestest of internet wordz 2 tell u how gr8 the pics r ...or even just simply go over the camera features -like the lens' quick focus speed...Alas, you've all moved on to the new-new. So instead, I will sum up the phone in a Haiku that will live eternal via the interwebs long after I have been placed in the ground. Such is internet life: A vacant blip of Caligul-ain competition to be deemed valuable through written expression.In this case, an outdated, though not yet obsolete device designed to mask it's guardian from the concept of a life wasted.And now, your Haiku:Bountiful Specs,but no external SD.Purchase without Fear.4Wonderful phone for the money and you will love the size of the screen!I purchased this Note 5 as a gift for my husband who was very skeptical about the larger cell phones. He has admitted now that he was very wrong and he loves loves loves his large phone!It seems to fit fine in his pocket, which was his concern, and in the meantime it has replaced his tablet because the screen is large enough to do good internet searches and even display things to co-workers and friends.He doesn't usually use the stylus, but he teaches a class and this has become his go-to teaching tool.I have a Samsung S6 which I love but will soon be upgrading to the Note 5 too!5Phone is NOT functioning properlyI am having terrible issues with this phone. People can not hear me clearly. Honestly, every phone call I make, the person I am speaking with indicates they can not hear me clearly or that I cut out completely. I really feel that a replacement phone is in order. I am hopeful that I will receive assistance from the seller regarding this issue. I believe replacement of product is in order.UPDATED: Well it finally died and I took it to a repair shop. I bought a phone that was supposed to be new in package from an Amazon seller. It came in what appeared to be a new package The repair person who fixed it indicated it was definitely a refurbished phone he found another users thumbprint saved and remnants of other personal files. The battery had expanded and started pushing the back off the phone. I ended up paying over $100 to repair.1Phone is in poor condition and should not have been sold.Phone came on time but upon turning it on.. It's pink. It looks like it was dropped in water and kicked around. The phone is horrible.1I just try to love it. But after 3 monthsBought the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Black 32GB from Cubic Wireless in Dec. 2017. It was not working well with the Verizon service. I went to Verizon twice and each time the Verizon tried new SIM card for it but I still not getting the cellular phone signal, I had to use Wifi calling future. The battery went to 0% in 2 hours after fully charged to 100% and only in standby mode. So since I bought it in "New" for $335, I just try to love it. But after 3 months, the battery situation is worse and the battery gets very hot while on charging. Last night, the back of phone even cricked for no reason, I did not drop the phone and it looks like the battery is expended and caused the back of phone cricked. I just turn it off and worry it will get fire. Verizon store person said maybe this is not a true "NEW" phone, it a furbished phone. I just wet into Verizon and get a new ASUS phone. Don't buy from this seller and don't buy Samsung Galaxy Note 5 phone. I am going to contact Samsung and see what they said about the battery and crack in the back of phone.1Poor Inspections for Refurbished phonePhone was supposed to be refurbished 9/10 rating. Phone arrived with half of Home button chipped off which would affect the fingerprint scanner. I bought this phone as a replacement, due to the first phone being defective. Better inspection needs done, both phones have issues.1
Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Black 32GB (Verizon Wireless)

Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Black 32GB (Verizon Wireless)

3.8
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Regular price
NZ$ 960.00
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NZ$ 960.00
Regular price
NZ$ 1,600.00
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Save 40% (NZ$ 640.00)