lutfi G, 19 Jul 2016samsung galaxy s7 edge, apple iphone 6s plus or sony xperia x performance. who's better?Popular phone = S7 Edge
Durable phone = Xperia
Basic phone = iPhone
lutfi G, 19 Jul 2016samsung galaxy s7 edge, apple iphone 6s plus or sony xperia x performance. who's better?samsung glaxsy s7edge and iphone s6plus which is better?
Am using this mobile since a month ago and it is no doubt an outstanding device, but from a week i am facing an issue in gallery that when I click any picture it stutter to enlarge, Does anybody of you facing this issue and whatÂ’s the solution for this issue. Many thanks in advance for your feedback in this regard
samsung galaxy s7 edge, apple iphone 6s plus or sony xperia x performance. who's better?
Personally...this phone is nearly perfect...my wishlist would be dual front facing stereo speaker...i am using nexus 5 by motorola...yeah its huge but love the 5.9 size screen amd the dual front facing speaker
Neilo-London, 19 Jul 2016it depends, samsung has "battery saver" and "ultra battery saver", the ultra was EPIC on previ... moreThanks a lot for the in-depth reply. I've been doing some research, and it seems a number of Galaxy devices have had issues like the one you've mentioned, and I've specifically had my eye on the Edge variant. Looking at these issues, I think I'll be going for the iPhone,as these phones are extremely expensive in where I'm from (more than $1000 when converted), so I guess it'll be an iPhone for me :(
wrathchild, 18 Jul 2016Fellas, I need some suggestions. I'm gonna buy either an S7 edge or an iPhone 6s plus (or the ... moreit depends, samsung has "battery saver" and "ultra battery saver", the ultra was EPIC on previous phones (the S5 did 12 days between charges, with 3 calls & a dozen sms a day avg.) but not so much on the S7 models, because 1: faster processor, 2: massive screen resolution. i don't use the regular saving mode, but on the ultra save i get between 4 and 6 days between charges on the S7 edge. in case you don't know about it, in ultra saver all apps and services are terminated, you get to pick 6 apps from a short list of WELL BEHAVED apps (which normally means: calls/contacts, sms, the integrated version of the web browser, calculator, watch/timer, quicknotes, email, google+, chaton) and nothing else, *nothing else* will run, including most system services. you get a very basic ui with a single desktop with all those 6 apps on it, the screen turns black&white, and there's no background data updates/sync of any kind.
of course you can switch between full and power save modes at will, but read below my post about the problem with recognizing key presses on the S7 edge. i would advise you to get the S7 rather than the edge, sure that screen is amazing, but so is the straight S7's, just a touch smaller but without the edge's associated problems.
btw: until last night i had no idea that that problem affected ALL of the edge products, i thought it was just the S7, here's an article that describe the problem on the S6, you can google for plenty more:
on the 7edge the mostly dead keys happen to fall on different letters: 1,0,P in normal mode you can shrink the keyboard and solve the problem, but not in ultra saver.
wrathchild, 18 Jul 2016Fellas, I need some suggestions. I'm gonna buy either an S7 edge or an iPhone 6s plus (or the ... moreIphones has longer battery life. Even at standby mode. Samsung batteries usually drain faster and would consume charge even without being used.
wrathchild, 18 Jul 2016Fellas, I need some suggestions. I'm gonna buy either an S7 edge or an iPhone 6s plus (or the ... moreNo battery better i have s7 edge.. But no sw compete with iPhone sw. And recently im facing touch glitches and hangs.. Even when answering calls.. So my honest practical advice is to go with iPhone 7
wrathchild, 18 Jul 2016Fellas, I need some suggestions. I'm gonna buy either an S7 edge or an iPhone 6s plus (or the ... moreRoot it, then install Cyanogen OS, get an all black theme and setup everything how you want it to work, this will give you double and probably triple the original standard battery life.
We've done this with a Note 3 and we went from 2 days battery life to a 6 and a half battery life. Again, this depends on how you use the screenlight, bluetooth, etc. If you setup everything with details, you'll be able to achive the best battery life results. Hope this helps.
Fellas, I need some suggestions. I'm gonna buy either an S7 edge or an iPhone 6s plus (or the 7 plus when it comes out in about 3 months). I like the S7 better on every possible aspect, but standby battery drain is an extremely important factor to me. I know for a fact that iPhones have an amazing standby time, having used an iPhone for more than 2 years. But then I got an HTC m8 (been using it for a year and a half and still counting) and its standby time has been absolutely pathetic, and it got even worse after the marshmallow update. Other than that, my experience with the phone has been amazing. I really want the S7 edge, but I'm hesitant about how the standby time battery drain will be, given my past android experience with the HTC, and that is the only factor that's making me lean towards the iPhone. So how exactly is the standby battery life of the S7 Edge? For instance, If I go to sleep at 12 am with 100% charge, how much would it drain by by the time I wake up at 8am? Cheers!
Julliard, 18 Jul 2016Suit yourself. Like I care.why, you think i care? juuuust enough that it bugged me that you were bullying someone while claiming better knowledge you clearly don't have. otoh you clearly care enough to answer. that's it though, i'm done with this.
Anonymous, 17 Jul 2016well its camera is not the best , Samsung galaxy s6 and s6 edge and s6 edge plus has better ca... morehi there.
i'm afraid things are not as easy as that. the number of megapixels is but one of the variables involved in picture quality and by themselves are meaningless aside that, to manufacturers, a higher number means people will THINK it's better. the size of the light sensors, the lenses, the image processor and more all mean a lot more than the number of pixels.
and if you think about it for a second, it's why phones that have the same number of pixel rating produce vastly different pictures.
unfortunately, if you value picture quality above other issues then a dedicated camera is still a must, and definitely so if photography is your job or even a treasured hobby. the camera is a nice addition to a phone toolset, that's all; it's good that it's there so that you can capture unexpected moments at the drop of a hat, but there's still no comparison between even a high end phone and a dslr.