The Galaxy Note 5 was launched alongside the Galaxy S6 Edge+ at an event held in New York City this past Thursday. So far, the handset has received very mixed reviews. Although most are happy with what the Note 5 brings to the table, many are unsatisfied. As recently reported, the Note 5 won’t include many features that where found in its predecessor, the Note 4. Some of these include expandable storage, a removable battery and a missing IR blaster for controlling your TV or AV equipment. A new report on Reddit states the Note 5 also won’t come with VR support for last years headset.
Unfortunately for Samsung VR users, the Galaxy Note 5 won’t fit the VR headset designed for the Note 4. It looks like VR lovers will have to wait until the company releases a new headset designed for the newly released flagships. So far nothing has been leaked or teased on any upcoming VR equipment from Samsung, but don’t count it out. Samsung is scheduled to release its upcoming Gear S2 smartwatch at the IFA 2015 trade show in Berlin early this September and the company may just show us a sneak peak on what its plans our with Virtual Reality. Only time will tell.