Anonymous, 08 Oct 2015No 9ne is asking about your freaken cheap phone...ha ha ha... iPhone is totally different fro... moreSpending 50k plus, just for speed!!!!!!!!! No way!!! Better I will stay with a bit slower, half the price and feature rich phones available in market. I don't want to be an iSheep!!.
manju kc, 06 Oct 2015I just bought micromax csnvad express 2 which have
13 mp camera
Octa core processor
2500 ma... moreNo 9ne is asking about your freaken cheap phone...ha ha ha...
iPhone is totally different from yours... bring your phone and i'll bring my new iPhone 6s plus lets do a speed test...
Dimensions, 07 Oct 2015If any of you guys has the 6s plus, could you please tell me the phone box dimensions (in mm)This is the box size for iPhone 6 Plus (Not 6s Plus). the 6S Plus would be expected to have dimensions close to this.
175mm x 95m x 61 mm
If any of you guys has the 6s plus, could you please tell me the phone box dimensions (in mm)
AnonD-448440, 06 Oct 2015Samsung can't be the same as iphone as these feel cheap compared to the build quality of iPhon... moreI was commenting about removable storage, or rather the lack of it in both the iPhone and the Galaxy devices these days.
AnonD-448440, 06 Oct 2015Samsung can't be the same as iphone as these feel cheap compared to the build quality of iPhon... moreone thing is that your comment is a lie i had a iphone since iphone 4 release and it always has same features nothin changes about a iphone
I just bought micromax csnvad express 2 which have
13 mp camera
Octa core processor
2500 mah battery
5 inch full HD screen
Asphalt 8,mc5, runs at high graphics
Gorilla glass3 with oleophobic coating
Much higher than this IPHONE 6S PLUS at just 6000Rupees...you heard right 6000 am using from 6 months still no problem.. Pity on iPhone buyers..ha ha
the massive bezels hurt my eyes. Puke at this tired, uninspired non-design.
DeeJ, 06 Oct 2015The new version's of the Samsung Galaxy handsets do not have removable storage so they are the... moreSamsung can't be the same as iphone as these feel cheap compared to the build quality of iPhone. Sure the note has more features but once u get the experience of an iphone u never go back.
Anonymous, 05 Oct 2015this is not 2005...... If we need to share a file we will email it........ It's even faster to... moreReally? If you work with graphics, try to share a file via e-mail or other file transfer... Working files can go over 1 GB easy... No point defending big con on closed system like iOS so you can say NO LAGS. I use to care/update/replace my files on my phone... since iPhone, that's not likely.
A have used a fair share of Android phones and iPhone.
My simplest conclusion:
iOS: The phone tells you what to do!
Android: You tell the phone what to do!
BTW, hating both Android and Apple because by now they could go so much further in smartphone tech, but they want to clean their warehouses... so small steps forward for buyers.
djskrill, 25 Sep 2015Hey guys, I wanna ask you all something. I owned a 64gb Space Grey iPhone 6 Plus. Should I sti... morewait for next year, i think. It's not much improvement in real life experience. But if you feel unsecured with i6 plus bendgate, you'd better upgrade to i6s plus.
Syntaxerror14, 06 Oct 2015if you have a full memory card from an android you can also removed it and buy another one on ... moreThe new version's of the Samsung Galaxy handsets do not have removable storage so they are the same as iPhones in that sense now.
Anonymous, 05 Oct 2015I recommend you getting a Samsung rather than iPhone.Don't listen to people who are obviously ... morenot really. i am using both samsung and apple. so far, apple never lagged and no ads suddenly appear/virus when u downloaded some apps, which is different when im using samsung. i always get mad to android because there is always a problem while using them.
anonymous , 05 Oct 2015guys which smartphone should I go for
iphone 6s plus or note 5
I've always been a Samsung ... moreiPhones usually don't lag after a few years because their iOS updates and upgrades are tailored for each specific model that supports it : I've had the 4s for 4 years now and the new iOS works fine on it, whereas Android updates are heavy : just look around and see how long it takes for other manufacturers flagships to upgrade to the new Android OS each year, despite their massive RAM and multiple cores.
As for battery-life, yeah, it's been an issue with some games that just eat it up in a few hours but that shouldn't be a problem with the 6s Plus : first, most games load faster than on any other phones ( you must've seen the tests and GPU benchmarks ) and then its battery is really good.