Poll results: Is the Samsung Galaxy Note5 worth $300 more than the Moto X Pure?57
It turns out that for the majority of you, the answer was no. The Note5 may be the better phone, but 58% of you said that a $699 outright price was not worth the performance improvements offered by the Note5. On the other side, 35% said that the overall better specs as well as software and hardware additions of the Note5 did make the device worth the extra $300. The final 7% of respondents didn't much care about the question either way, because they had no intention of buying an Android device, or a device at the full upfront cost.
Edge devices. But, if you just want a solid device at a reasonable price, most of you said the Moto X Pure/Style is the better buy. That said, we're still pretty sure that the Note5 will far outsell the Moto X anyway.Of course, as with Apple devices, Samsung devices can carry a higher cost simply to make up for the millions and millions of dollars the company spends on marketing as well as more interesting endeavors like the curved displays of the