AH Weekly Poll: Do You Prefer The Galaxy S6 Edge+ Or The Galaxy Note 5?

Now that 24 hours has passed and people have had some time to let the excitement die down from Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked 2015 event from yesterday, most people have probably had enough time to mull over (at least a little bit) which device they find a little more appealing out of the two that Samsung unveiled yesterday. If you missed it, which would be hard to do unless you stayed offline completely, Samsung announced the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and the Galaxy Note 5 yesterday, both showing off some improvements over previous model devices.

For the Galaxy S6 Edge+ the most notable change is likely the bigger screen compared to the original Galaxy S6 Edge, while the Galaxy Note 5 comes with a brand new body design using all new build materials of glass and metal compared to every previous model in the Galaxy Note series that used plastic. Some other changes include an improved S Pen and a stronger yet also lighter metal (more refined) than what was used in the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge from earlier this year. Both devices have their niche. Some will opt for the multitasking and productivity prowess of the Galaxy Note 5 thanks to the many functions one can do with the S Pen, while others will more enjoy the double edged display of the Galaxy S6 Edge+. The Question is which do you prefer, the Galaxy S6 Edge+ or the Galaxy Note 5?

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