Samsung has announced two new large high-end Android handsets: the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and the Galaxy Note 5.
The Galaxy Note 5 features a slightly curved back that’s supposed to fit the palm of your hand, and metal trim. It’s also slightly smaller than the Note 4 and sports a 5.7 inch display.
Most notable is the redesigned stylus — it’s much more precise than its predecessor. Samsung also tweaked the user experience so you can pop the stylus out of the phone and immediately start writing on the locked screen.
The Note 5 also has an expanded screen capture feature so you can grab images beyond the capacity of your screen. To use it, take out the stylus, select “screen write,” and then hit “scroll capture” at the bottom of your screen. The phone will then prompt you to either capture more or save the picture to your gallery.