Samsung Unveils Galaxy Gifts For Note 5 & S6 Edge Plus

As you all know by now, Samsung has introduced two new phablets last month, the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus. These two devices are already available in a number of regions, and we've reviewed both of them, in case you'd like to check that out. These are Samsung's flagship phablet offerings for this year, and the company has also decided to reward consumers who purchase these two devices. I believe you've heard of 'Galaxy Gifts' already, this is essentially a pack of perks you get once you purchase either of these devices, and it usually contains free apps, services subscriptions, etc.

How does this work? Well, if you purchase either of these two phablets, you'll need to download Samsung's 'Galaxy Gifts' app, and the procedure is quite straightforward from there. What is Samsung offerings this time around? Well, you get a number of apps, free cloud storage and some services subscriptions. You get to download 'ArtRage' app for free on the Galaxy Note 5, same goes for 'SketchBook for Galaxy' app. All of the other apps are available on both devices. Samsung has included Driver Speedboat Paradise game for free, and also provides an exclusive in-game gift for Empire: Four Kingdoms game. You'll also get an extra 100GB of OneDrive storage for two years, and an ad-free six-month subscription for The Guardian. One free eBook on Kindle for Samsung is also included here, and in case you travel a lot, 15% off your total (up to $100) for next tour booking on TripAdvisor might sound appealing as well.

These are just some of the perks Samsung is offering as part of Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus' Galaxy Gifts package, if you'd like to get more info, visit the source link down below. That's more or less it, Samsung's new phablets surely aren't cheap, but these perks might come in handy for some of you, especially if you're into sketching stuff on the Galaxy Note 5, or use Microsoft's OneDrive cloud storage solution. There's something for pretty much everyone in this package, or at least it seems like it.

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