The reason for the Note5's large size is due to the -inch Super AMOLED display. With a resolution of 1,440 pixels, it offers an incredibly sharp 518 pixels per inch. As expected, reviewers had zero issues with fuzziness or pixelization. As an AMOLED screen, it offered critics crisp whites, deep blacks and vibrant albeit oversaturated colors. They also praise its overall brightness with Engadget stating, "…the screen is an absolute champ under the sweltering summer sun…I had no problem thumbing through…various photo sets."
These plans are typically for extremely light cell phone users. HOT Mobile and Orange both offer no-monthly fee plans. While HOT Mobile charges 10 agorot per usage unit (minute/text/MB), Orange charges 25 agorot per usage unit. Golan Telecom, HOT Mobile, and YouPhone offer low-cost monthly plans with a modest amount of included features, and low tariffs beyond what’s included. Pelephone is the only one of the three large providers to still offer “traditional” plans, though their prices may rival the unlimited options offered by their competitors.