Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Video


The Galaxy Note series is known for the amazing video quality, and so am I. The Note 5 has a a pretty decent camera! Featuring a UHD resolution and a slew of different camera modes, you’ll definitely have a lot of fun with the Note 5. You’ll also be able to edit your videos right on your device, with Samsungs Video Editor app. Let’s take a close look at the camera on the Galaxy Note 5 and if you like it, I’ll let you give me a kiss.


Camera Modes

Touchwiz is all about filling Android with extra features. Samsungs camera app, that comes built into the touchwiz UI, comes with all kinds of camera modes. You’ve got a few to start out with, but you can download even more through the camera app!


The modes that you’ll have installed are everything you see above. If you tap download, you’ll be able to get some new ones.


The mode “Beauty Face” will let Samsung show you what their interpretation of beauty is. After using this app, I was able to see what I would look like if I was beautiful. Knowing that this could only be a reality while using heavily edited effects through an artificial camera mode, I went into a deep depression for several days. I was able to see a psychiatrist who helped me to accept my flaws. Do you want to see an even better “Beauty Face” filter? Look in the mirror :).

Lots of other cool camera modes in this section, so check it out!

Front Facing Camera


Samsung is doing something delightful with their Galaxy Flagship phones, right now. Their front facing camera can shoot in 2560×1440 resolution, with a lens that will fit quite a bit in the shot. This is probably my favorite thing about Samsung phones. Like a lot of other teen girls, I primarily use my front camera and rarely use the back. I cant stand it when phone manufacturers skip out on the front facing camera and just throw some crappy 720p sensor in there. I throw a fit when this happens and trash my bedroom.

Rear Facing Camera


When using the rear camera, you’ll be able to shoot in 60 FPS in 1080p. Other resolutions will use the standard 30 FPS. The highest resolution you can film in is UHD. It’s a bit odd that they didn’t include a 4K option like they have with some other Galaxy phones. It doesn’t hurt my feelings though, because I don’t shoot in 4K yet.

Video Editor


I really wish Android still had a default video editor. They used to back in the day and it was called Movie Studio. It was great! I’m not sure why they got rid of it but Samsung has filled that void. The Samsung video editor will allow you to trim clips, add audio, add text and all kinds of crazy stuff. If you want to get things done quickly, you can choose from some templates that will streamline the process.


Video editing on Android is such an underrated feature. It works really well. After all, this phone has an Exynos 7420 CPU that makes editing fast as barnacles.

If you’re getting this device to satisfy your video fetish, you’re definitely going to have a good time.