Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs LG G Flex 2 Preview.

Two of the top smartphone manufactures look to make a huge splash in the coming months with flagship follow-ups as both the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the LG G Flex 2 look to extend on the current model. Rumors are surrounding that shows huge changes in both models as both Samsung and LG look to refine two of the most popular cell phone models. With both phones looking to capitalize on the popularity of much bigger smartphones, it will be interesting to see what the new releases will bring us.

In this Galaxy Note 5 Review, we have created a side by side comparison of the specifications of both the Galaxy Note 5 and the LG G Flex 2 that are expected to help you get a glimpse into the future. While there have yet to be any confirmations out of Samsung or LG as to the release, it is already believed that they will make their way to a store near you in the not so distant future. The following Galaxy Note 5 vs LG G Flex 2 review will show you all you need to know on the two of the most successful Phablets.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs LG G Flex 2 Specifications

Both the Galaxy Note 5 and the LG G Flex 2 are expected to have some major changes to the processors, surround, display, and cameras. These changes will help redefine the concept as the bendable display that is rumored to be in the Note 5 is one of the most popular features in the current LG G Flex.

Consistent with what we have seen for years now, the newest release of any smartphones looks to improve on what helped make it so successful, and the same should hold true with the upcoming Note and G Flex. The following Galaxy Note 5 specifications and LG G Flex specs will show you what we are expecting upon the probable release dates.

Specifications Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Specs LG G Flex 2 Specs
Battery 3400 – 3900 mAh 3500 mAh
Camera – Front 5 MP 3 MP
Camera – Rear 21 – 23 MP – auto focus, auto zoom, CMOS image sensor, digital zoom, digital stabilization, geo tagging, high dynamic range, LED, 1/3″ sensor 15 MP – auto focus, digital stabilization, geo tagging, facial recognition, high dynamic range, and possibly digital zoom
Features Bluetooth 5.0, digital image stabilization, digital zoom, geo tagging, haptic feedback, HDMI, LED, four color variants, 3G, 4G, and possibly 5G compatibility 90 degree bendable display, curved body, self-healing back
Memory 16, 32, and 64 MB internal memory and expandable up to 128 MB 32 GB internal memory
Operating System Lolipop Android 5.0 Lolipop Android 5.0
Price $800 – 1000 without contract, $299 – 399 with new or renewal contract $700 – 800 without contract, $299 with new or renewal contract
Processor 64 Bit Exynos Chipset Snapdragon Qualcomm 808 with Octa core processor at 2.9 ghz 64 Bit Octa cotre chipset Snapdragon Qualcomm 810 processor with four Cortex A-53 and four Cortex A-57 cores
RAM 4-5 GB RAM 2 GB RAM
Release Date September – October 2015 February 2015
Scanners Fingerprint and retina eye scanner ?
Screen Display 6 inch Super Amoled 600 + ppi at 2K – 4K resolution 5.7″ – 5.8 inch True HD LCD screen display, 1080 x 1920
Sensors Accelerometer, barometer, compass, gestures, gryroscope, humidity, and temperature Accelerometer, compass, gryroscope, proximity
Weight 170 – 190 grams 170 – 184 grams

Verdict – Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs LG G Flex 2 Review

Both the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and LG G Flex 2 look to have many similarities, and many differences. The bendable display is something that sets the current phones apart as this has become one of the most unique features of any smartphone. As the Galaxy Note 5 is rumored to possibly come with its own bendable display outer body, LG looks to build upon what it already started.

The question for both the Note 5 and the G Flex 2 will be how much of an improvement the display will be. While the current Samsung Note has one of the best looking visual displays of any smartphone, the display of the original LG G Flex was one of the most disappointing features.