ARJUN, 24 Feb 2016my suggestion would be not to buy this phone though it has really a good camera but you will g... morelol this is not a crappy Android powered type smartphone that need or compete to have as many cores, gpu power or high numbers of RAM as possible. SO KEEP YOUR SUGGESTION FOR YOUR SELF FELLA!
ios is so neat
Very very satisfying using it
Iphone is the best
my suggestion would be not to buy this phone though it has really a good camera but you will get way better specs in a nexus device like nexus 6p or 5x and they have much better processors and gpu and looks are also pretty decent
All results from Barcelona out, camera, Soc, all are best fr S7, iPhone 6s is still the top notch, maybe it's n blood, any brand from US has a nuisance value.
taha, 24 Feb 2016tomorrow i will going to buy this phone please tell me is this phone have any problem?Bro ! It was Just Awsome Buy It. better wait 8 months u ill be getting iphone 7 !
tomorrow i will going to buy this phone please tell me is this phone have any problem?
A lot of you who are trying to compare 6s camera and power with S6 and other Androids, let me tell you a thing, I use Procam 3 on my 6s and using it I'm able to record videos at 4032x2268 resolution, yeah you heard that right, much higher than the lousy 3840×2160 resolution that you are used to on your Androids, not only that I can also record time lapse clips of 4032x2268 resolution at 60 fps. So name me at-least one Android phone which can do something like that, no matter which custom ROM and camera API you put on your android you can never be able to do something like that. That gentlemen is essentially a small example of the graphic processing power the Apple A9 processor possess. So don't judge Apple A9 by it's clock speed or number of cores, because in terms of performance it is a beast.
AnonD-499757, 22 Feb 2016Thanks for that swipe in from left tip it really helps especially with not having to reach for... moreThanks for your comment dear. Certainly I have softened a little after using this device for a few days. However, I am still not very happy with the battery backup that it offers. Switching to low battery mode immediately after 100% is something that works for me better, but then I do not get to see some important notifications in real time.
AnonD-499757, 22 Feb 2016Sorry for delayed response, if you're still choosing then you might wanna read this!
There'... moreOne good thing about Apple on streaming to TV is that Airplay is multi tasking. You can stream to big screen, and turn off iphone screen, or browse the web, there are games that does dual airplay.
I do not thing a non rooted android can do that with chrome cast or miracast.
Simply the best phone ever !
Have had Nokia, Blackberry and Samsung ... once you went Apple nothing else compares.
The improved finger print recognition is really fast and amazing.
The phone is fast responsive and all round amazing quality on so many levels.
Have not had an iphone hang, freeze, stall or do anything that I do not want it to do.
Aleeha , 14 Feb 2016Hay ur review is quite helpful I'm currently using Samsung S5 and nt sure which mob to buy. Sa... moreSorry for delayed response, if you're still choosing then you might wanna read this!
There's always the next best thing coming up in a week or two, S7 & S7 edge coming out in March and a whole lot of noise about the next iPhone (4 inch may be, for all those who love using a phone that doesn't need you to test your reach on the screen). It's just a test of resisting temptation or always wanting the latest and greatest (which it won't be within a few short weeks), you choose!
If you like watching a lot of videos and expect them to look similar to HD content on your LED TV at home or even better, Samsung devices are for you. The S6 as far as I watched and used did deliver a pretty good experience and the finger print scanner works much better this time around (you don't have to swipe but just place your finger). Chromecast and now Chromecast audio are good if you wish to use your phone as the media hub and a remote control for you AV consumption on older non-smart TV and Home Theatre systems
If you expect your phone to seemlessly work with every device in your home with unparalleled performance, then the iPhone is for you......
1. provided you've already invested in a lot of "i" products or plan to invest from now
2. don't mind investing some more on apps that have been designed to work without lag
3. then investing some more on these (a battery pack/protective case/screen protectors/some unique toys and gizmos made only for the iPhone)
4. oh let's not forget some music and storage subscription
5. then there's also Apple Care Protection Plan
6. .....you get the point!
Then you'll be spoilt for choice with what you can do with an iPhone and will have a really good experience using it.