Simmo85, 20 Jan 2016Galaxy S6 heating up like fire? Hmm.. Interesting, I own a S6 edge.. Its my everyday phone, An... moreThe Android system has been polluted with substandard smartphones in the
Iikes of Tecno and Infinix. If Samsung want to make a statement they should fly their own unique OS. Then it will be a fair game. But for now Apple rule the mobile industry.
Bimbor, 19 Jan 2016Dude just revert to your Android junk full of malware and stop spitting bullcrap here! Go buy ... moreGalaxy S6 heating up like fire? Hmm.. Interesting, I own a S6 edge.. Its my everyday phone, And strangely enough I don't have an issue with mine ever heating up. My battery will give me a whole days worth of usage too.. Such a great comparison, Comparing a GS4 to an iPhone 6s.. Clearly a very unfair comparison on Samsung's behalf.. Id say a GS2 vs iPhone 6s would be a much better comparison. But I see what's going on here, Your stuck in the Apple world my friend.. My sincere apologies.
Simmo85, 15 Jan 2016I highly recommend buying this phone! It is great.. If you never want to progress in life that... moreDude just revert to your Android junk full of malware and stop spitting bullcrap here! Go buy the Galaxy S6 edge that heats up like fire just on regular phone usage....haahahaha. iPhone and all other Apple devices are optimized for the hardware. Have you paused to wonder why the iPhone 6S with dual core had far better Bennchmark scores than the Galaxy S6 edge with octa core? Oh well I think that is beyond your reasoning. The iPhone 6S 1715mah battery will still go full day on regular usage but the Galaxy S4 with 2600mah cannot sustain more than 3 hours of heavy usage after a full charge? Get that? It's not just about those listed specs, but about the level of expertise that was put into those Apple devices to make them perform better than other devices in same range with better so-called specs. I rest my case.
@Braveheart.. if it's performance you want don;'t bother with an iphone, go for the Lumia 950XL (http://www.gsmarena.com/microsoft_lumia_950_xl-7263.php). A far superior device.
I have been an android user since 2011 until this year where I have decided to switch to iOS, specifically iphone 6s. I must admit this phone is a beast in terms of gaming performance. Heavy games with online multiplayer are very fluid, so if you are a gamer, iphone 6s or 6s plus would really be perfect. After extensive gaming like 2 to 3 hours, this phone still runs very smooth and the games still run very smooth as well. I cannot compare this with my previous android phones where they tend to slow down a little bit during extensive heavy games (multiplayer) with higher resolution settings.
I must also admit iOS is a closed ecosystem and I still find android OS to be perfect in terms of downloading any applications without restrictions, transferring files from one device to another, accessories support, etc., but in terms of performance, I would honestly say that this iphone 6s is a beast. If you are a gamer and would like to play any heavy games without worrying if the game would slow down or lag, iphone 6s or 6s Plus is a perfect phone for you.
nice im happy with this....but small dissatisfaction..!it will be good if it is a waterproof phone...
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2016Well, what do you expect from 1715mah battery? This is not like your average 3000mah android p... moreHahaha need 3000mAH in a phone.
Thats why android phones are big and fat like a stone brick, hiding behind an excuse of a large screen. And they can't even use without 2 hands. I always laugh when i see android users trying to "one-hand" use their phones.. and misclick and mistakes ahahaha.. Its easier to one-hand use iPhone 6S Plus, then a Samsung S6. LOL.
Sad news is.. it still cannot match a 1.7kmAH iPhone.
ethereal, 18 Jan 2016I again tried the past night and the stand by turned out to be still not too impressive. This ... moreI love my iPhone 6s but must admit I have some issues with it regarding battery. Firstly the device charge time is ridiculous. It charges well enough until it reaches 90% then slows down the charge. This don't seem to be the issue with my iPhone 6 which does charge quicker. I'm not expecting the same charge time as my nexus 6p but still I would say 2hrs 30mins + is a little excessive for modern day smartphones. Also the device does drop charge over night so I would think this to be normal as I also experienced this with the iPhone 6. I have now looked up the web recently to find that apple are aware of issues regarding the battery. Don't let this put people off the device because it is one of the best available but let's hope that there is something that apple can do regarding an update. It would be interesting to find out which processor is in the devices with the issues.
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2016Well, what do you expect from 1715mah battery? This is not like your average 3000mah android p... moreWhat you mean? i lost 1% of battery in four hour.
Now i have 81% left. usage 1h 34 min. stand by 8 h. I get avare 1,5 days. Very good from 1715mah battery if you ask me.
Duel, 18 Jan 2016Four hour, 3 h 36 minutes standby and 24 min usage, battery 99% Well, what do you expect from 1715mah battery? This is not like your average 3000mah android phone battery.
Just wanted to know which TD LTE bands are available on the iphone 6s 1688 model.... Thanks for the reply
ethereal, 18 Jan 2016I again tried the past night and the stand by turned out to be still not too impressive. This ... moreIm testing my battery right now, currently 2 hours standby and battery 100% -> 100%
I think it's something to do with your bad network, or the unit is flawed. Disable your net connection and see if it still runs your battery fast? then you know that's not the problem.
in my opinion heavy usage one should not buy this phone.i am using this phone from last 3 months and believe me it's battery dies by 2pm. i am carrying battery backup kit all the time with me 😢. one who users very less only go for it.