By Jessica Chittum Samsung is launching its first Galaxy note 5 handset in Japan on Monday, a year after the Galaxy Note 4 went on sale in the country.
The Note 5 is a dual-SIM version of the Samsung Galaxy Note S, which features a 5.7-inch 1080p Super AMOLED display, 64GB of storage, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC.
The Galaxy Note Note 5 comes with the new S Pen stylus, and comes in a black, white, and pink color scheme.
The handset will be available in Japan starting at 5pm on Monday.
The S Pen is Samsung’s first-ever stylus option in the Note 5, which was first launched in 2015.
The company will also introduce its new Note 4 smartphone in Japan later this month, as well as the S Pen 2 in March.
In addition, the Note 4 is also available with a new display, which is now available with the display’s display as the main display, rather than the dual-tone “Galaxy S Pen” design seen on the Galaxy S 5, Samsung’s Galaxy S 4, and Galaxy Note 3.
The new display will also include a new curved back for improved viewing angles, as the Note S 5 does not have a curved back.
The phone also comes with a 5MP camera with an f/1.7 aperture and phase detection autofocus, which will enable selfies in a wide range of lighting conditions, including those with ambient light, as long as the device is powered off.
Samsung is also promising a new smartphone, which we’re expecting to see in 2018.