We’re living in a world with a new Samsung. Gone are the days of flimsy construction and uninspiring design, replaced by a new world full of beautiful glass and metal since the launch of the S6 and S6 Edge. It’s been great (mostly). The Note 5 follows Samsung’s new design philosophy, making it the sleekest Galaxy Note phone yet. That’s mostly a good thing, but the removal of some power-user features left me torn. Note devices always represented Samsung’s most productivity-oriented phones, so why sacrifice features in the name of slimness? Thankfully those worries washed away after spending more time with the Note 5. While…

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