Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone has been on the market for more than two years and has been lauded for its camera and security features.

However, the smartphone’s battery life has come under scrutiny recently, after it was spotted to last less than three hours.

Now, the Samsung team behind the Galaxy S5 and S6 are pushing the limits of battery life to extend the battery life even further, by using a smartphone’s mobile camera as a mobile telescope.

According to the research, the Galaxy Note 5 will last for four hours when using its high-resolution smartphone camera, but only for the first 20 minutes of a full charge.

The S6 will last the same amount of time, but for the same period of time but with less battery life.

The researchers say that using a high-definition smartphone camera as an antenna to detect nearby objects will help the smartphone retain more of the information it has collected over time.

The antenna will also give the phone a better signal, allowing the device to transmit a higher signal to nearby devices.

The Samsung Galaxy Note5 has a 4.7-inch 1080p display, a 16-megapixel camera and 4GB of RAM.

It has a 13MP rear camera, while the main camera has a f/2.2 aperture and a 12MP front-facing camera.