Galaxy Note 5 & Galaxy S6 Edge+ Forums Now Available

Galaxy Note 5 & Galaxy S6 Edge+ Forums Now Available

The Galaxy Note line-up has a big following on XDA, as it has typically offered power-users everything they have always needed in terms of hardware to make the software side shine… and a reason to make that software better due to TouchWiz‘s notorious issues in design and performance. This combination made for a thriving community of developers and flashaholics that created some of the best ROMs and mods on XDA.

Now that the Galaxy Note 5 is here to revive the line-up, we expect some developers and power users to jump ship from the still-strong Note 4 and other devices to provide us with more great things to look forward to. Tagging along is the Galaxy S6 Edge+, and they have both received their appropriate forums for everyone to partake in discussion, research and sharing tweaks and mods. If you are a power user looking to get either device, make sure to head to their respective forums to discuss the latest news and to plan or decide your purchase accordingly.

Galaxy Note 5 Forums

Galaxy S6 Edge+ Forums

While there are some missing features and compromises that are bound to disappoint most Note fans, we are looking forward to taking a look at the device for ourselves in our upcoming review for an objective judgment. For now, you can visit the forums to clear up any mixed feelings and figure out if this device is worthy of your purchase!

 

What do you think of these devices so far? Do you expect them to get the same developer treatment previous Samsung phablets had? Let us know below!

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Mario Tomás Serrafero
Mario Tomás Serrafero

Mario developed his love for technology in Argentina, where a flagship smartphone costs a few months of salary. Forced to maximize whatever device he could get, he came to know and love XDA. Quantifying smartphone metrics and creating benchmarks are his favorite hobbies. Mario holds a Bachelor's in Mathematics and currently spends most of his time classifying cat and dog pictures as a Data Science graduate student.