As you noticed today Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 5. I watched the announcement at work while it was going on. Here are some specs on it!
Rogers will be selling it for $359.99 on a 2-year term, $860 no-term and the reservation system will be open as of August 14th.
Rogers will be releasing this device ON August 21st in 32GB sapphire black it seems but hopefully they add the more GB later on.
If you have any questions or concerns please post ANYTHING about the Note 5 and reservations here please and i will be able to assist you with any questions you have!
Nothing that Rogers adds is needed for the phone to work on their network out any other network. Otherwise, rooted phones would be useless and any rooted phone I've used have been much quicker and more powerful devices than when first purchased from Rogers.
Any word from an actual Rogers employee who could give some information on how to permanently delete all the Rogers bloatware without having to root? I just want to be able to stay with both Rogers and Samsung while being able to maximize the potential of the now limited note 5. I don't want to have to abandon two companies I have been with for as long as I have been.
You probably have a Google account.
So, you have also 15 gb free for your account.
Start Google Drive application.
Press the menu at top left
See the last item of the list.
In Google Drive, you can store:
- documents : txt, pdf, doc, excel, powerpoint, . . . etc
- photos : use the application Google Photos
- photos can take 0KB or your 15 GB if photo resolution is 16 megapixels or less)
- photos taken by your phone can be automatically stored on Google Drive
- as soon as photos are stored in Google Drive, they can be removed from your phone
- etc . . .
Every elements stored in Google Drive and Google Photos can be accessed on :
because Google Drive and Google Photos exist on all these platforms.
And every elements stored in Google Drive and Google Photos can be accessed in hotel, Internet Café, . . .
Have a nice day!
Thank you so much for sharing this with the Community @Roglebo!
This is very useful information indeed
In regards to you hardware upgrade, I will get back to you as soon as I can provide more information, or a date, on when additional colors will be made available.
Thank you for your patience,
from Rogers with my old Galaxy Note 4 White
to Bell with a new Galaxy Note 5 Silver Titanium.
A very very beautiful and very very powerful phone.
I love it!
Now, I’m ready to switch to Rogers if Rogers offers the Galaxy Note 6 Gold in 2016.
Have a nice day!
I just saw a memo in a Rogers store saying they are getting the Note 5 and Edge+ in 64gb in black. ACTUAL instore memo. Waiting to see if its true, am getting a call when they come in.