Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and OnePlus Two are the most awaited smartphones of 2015. OnePlus Two may be promising, seeing that its predecessor, OnePlus One is among the must have phones and it is still a killer smartphone. One the other hand, the Note 5 is hyped and anticipated because of two vital things: the features introduced in the S6 and the huge success of Note 4.The million-dollar question is: will OnePlus Two beat the Note 5 or the device will only be a killer phone for the less-endowed handsets? When both handsets are officially announced and released, we will make a more accurate comparison. Now only we’ve rumors and some inside information.

1. Camera

OnePlus Two will have massive 16 megapixels rear camera with flash and optical image stabilization. According to rumors, the handset’s front camera is to measure 8 megapixels but 5MP will also be enough. The Galaxy Note 5 will also have a 16 megapixels with laser autofocus, optical image stabilization, 4K recording and a LED flash. The front camera will also measure 8 megapixels.

2. Display

According to sources, OnePlus Two display will be considered by many as a compromise and a spec by more. Although the specifics are yet to be known, a 1080p QHD display is the brand new standard. The OnePlus Two screen size is likely to be 5.5 inch with 1080 display and a Corning Glass 4. One the other hand, Samsung is said to retain the 5.7 inch size. However, the Note 5’s resolution is to be bumped up to 4K. It will be released with a brand new Samsung Gear VR headset. The Note 5 will also feature a new octa core Exynos chipset. The chipset is rumored to work better than the Exynos 7420 CPU in the S6 series.

3. Battery

OnePlus Two Battery will be massive whereas its design will not be subjected to huge changes. The handset is rumored to have a 4300 mAh battery that will provide at least 3 days of use. On the other hand some say the Note 5 will have a 3800 mAh battery while others say it will go beyond 5000 mAh.

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