garalao, 25 Aug 2016I left "always on mode" and "data usage(4g)" on overnight (around 7hours). The battery drop 12... moreActually it's not normal. Do you close all running apps at night. Also you should re-start your phone at least once per week to allow it to re boot.
Im little confused about which 1 to buy iphone 6 or samsung s7, ur opinion is priceless for me
Had my phone for 1 month, it started to freezzzz. Took it to Samsung customer care and whala after 4 days got it back and it is working 100%. Best buy after my S5. Great phone!!
Fah, 24 Aug 2016S7. You'd be buying a year-old phone if you get S6 Edge which may not age wellThank you for the answer. I think i will buy the S7 then or maybe i will wait until i have enough money for the S7 edge :D
Anonymous, 25 Aug 2016that's normal, dudeThx you bro
I'm glad to hear this.
I left "always on mode" and "data usage(4g)" on overnight (around 7hours). The battery drop 12% , is that normal for s7??
Anonymous, 17 Aug 2016But isn't it bad to charge your phone with other 3rd party chargers?Well in this case if a 3rd party charger if performing better then it shouldn't be harmful
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SA, 23 Aug 2016I had it for 5 months and it all started very well...but... Great photos, very useful quick ac... moreI also had a similar battery drain issue with my new S7, but got around it by not using the included fast charger and instead using a lower rating (1.3A) charger
Anonymous, 23 Aug 2016Location of WHR to insert d SD card plsDo you mean the SD card slot? It's on the top left of the phone, you'll need a SIM ejector tool though
I had it for 5 months and it all started very well...but... Great photos, very useful quick access to the cam app but after 5 months the battery started to drain drastically. If I had 100 % at midnight, in the morning it would be about 70-80% without touching the phone. After not even an hour of using the phone in the sun (with auto display settings) it would drop below 50 %. All in all I ended up charging my phone 2-3 times a day without any heavy usage. A week ago I decided to go back to a "sheep phone" iPhone 6s Plus that is definitely a bit more limited in terms of accessing extra options but the battery lasts up to 2 days and the camera is at the same level if not better than Galaxy s7 (apart from low light shots). Last weekend when I sent my pics taken on iPhone to my friend who also owns Galaxy s7 - his firs comment was - you must have improved the quality of your pic with some apps....and he is a photo geek. Anyway if you want a flashy phone that you can't fully rely on (battery, os) go for s7 if you want a reliable mobile friend you know what I would recommend...The choice as always is yours!