Miba, 02 Oct 2015Your comment is ridiculous, you pay upwards of $1000 for a phone and your OK with tech from 2... moreAnd now what can u say about the 2010 specs that u said? It outperform ur 2015 specs...I'd rather choose the one that performs best... its not an outdated specs as a matter of fact they just work best compared to ur lagdroid with the most latest specs... buy a phone with the highest number of specs then comeback and compare with this new iPhone...
mcarl, 02 Oct 2015Dont know why some ppl are so obsessed with WIRELESS CHARGING AND HIGHER THAN RETINA RESOLUTIO... moreThe 750p (so called retina resolution) is outdated already. It looks good but not great. I'd fine if the 6s has 1080p.
Honestly I don't quite care about wireless charging, but I'd love the iPhone to have Fast Charging. It's a very useful feature IMO.
joenathanz74, 02 Oct 2015I think the review is so GALAXY S6-ish.. I can count more than 10 they said GS6..so fanboyThey compared it to the best phone on the market, probably testing whether the iPhone takes the crown as the best phone (as it used to was).
I was actually rooting for the 6s too, but comes out a bit disappointed tbh.
I think the review is so GALAXY S6-ish.. I can count more than 10 they said GS6..so fanboy
Oncom, 02 Oct 2015No microSD slot Pricey memory upgrades, 32GB version should be standard for such an expensive... moreWhen its about iPhones you don't need to mention that many drawbacks, cause the main one is it is a CLOSED SOURCE nuisance. It doesn't matter whether its a Ferrari or a seventh hand Maruti if you are confined to drive it within your garage.
mcarl, 02 Oct 2015Dont know why some ppl are so obsessed with WIRELESS CHARGING AND HIGHER THAN RETINA RESOLUTIO... moreYour comment is ridiculous, you pay upwards of $1000 for a phone and your OK with tech from 2010, perfect example of iPhone users blind following of the almighty apple. Yeah I want a clearer screen,a larger screen in a smaller/lighter body,a battery that charges twice as fast lasts just as long, and able to just throw it on a mat and forget about it. I'll admit apple is a smooth experience and Android has lag and hiccups, but I ask a hell of a lot more out of my phone then the average iPhone user does and I get a lot more out of an android
Anonymous, 02 Oct 2015SD820 is right around the corner
plus the next gen exynos has already outperformed the 6s in ... moreSd820 will launch 2nd quater of 2016...not now...
Now we still in 2015....
By that time..Apple A10 -iphone 7 will beat gal S7 ....just like piece of cake...
No microSD slot
Pricey memory upgrades, 32GB version should be standard for such an expensive phone
Protruding camera lens
Lacks the optical image stabilization of the iPhone 6s Plus
NFC functionality limited to Apple Pay
No wireless charging, an infrared port, or FM radio
No water proofing
No user-replaceable battery
iFans: Don't need that.
Droids: what a drawback.
Wow I was expecting more out of the camera samples but these are not that good. The noise reduction is so strong, it is a almost like oil painting. Look at the sky, clouds, trees and grass, no details.
swirly, 02 Oct 2015...ok? But you still haven't answered my question.I don't need to, simple Google search should tell you that. One thing was good about one of the Apple forum that they at least didn't mislead me, was very straightforward that I shouldn't get an iPhone. People in iPhone related forum talking negative about iPhones, that should have been my very first clue.
So in case you still are in the middle where you don't know which side to choose on, well all I can say that you still have time.
MdN8, 02 Oct 2015"True multitasking" would be actually simultaneously performing more than one task. Both iOS a... moreUpvoted. Thanks for the reply! And yes, AFAIK iOS multitask in pretty much the same way as Android. Don't know what these guys are talking about...
swirly, 02 Oct 2015Please tell me what 'true multitasking' exactly means. I'm genuinely curious since this word g... more"True multitasking" would be actually simultaneously performing more than one task. Both iOS and Android (and Windows Phone, I think) can do it to an extent, but some apps get "suspended" (or even shut down) and "resumed" when you need them again, instead of being kept running all the time. I'm not sure any phone had "true" multitasking since the old days of Symbian and maybe Windows Mobile, and phones back then somehow did it with much less processor power and RAM.
Anonymous, 02 Oct 2015Good job APPLE,
[A9-Power VR-GT 7600] gpu is a "real beast" performance .Cant imagine wha... moreSD820 is right around the corner
plus the next gen exynos has already outperformed the 6s in benchmarks.
cant wait for it to appear on the s7
they have been launching one phone a year still can't make it perfect.
swirly, 02 Oct 2015Please tell me what 'true multitasking' exactly means. I'm genuinely curious since this word g... moreYou know what, I was one time an Apple fan, yeah I was a dumb kid back then obviously, but I at least knew what true multi tasking was!
I guess owning an iPhone, and the other garbage around it is an exclusivity for dumbness.
Does anyone know if the battery test was done with Low-Power mode enabled or disabled? Because it would make a difference as to how long the battery last.
If it achieve a rating 62h with the mode enabled, it might do worse with the mode disabled, putting it below iPhone 6.
Anonymous, 02 Oct 2015It's also got a way better screen, way better design, way more functionality and way more flex... moreAnd don't forget; more bloatware and more stutters. TouchWiz really is pathetic.