AnonD-326248, 12 Jan 2015Samsung had to stop pulling too many version!
It's becoming confusing "its becoming confusing"
its beyond confusing if you asked me!
There are pros and cons on replaceable batteries: you can get a bigger battery and more power so it lasts longer, but it's more expensive to change and you doesn't need to change before 2 years. Wich one you value the most?
Samsung might offer Super Fast Charging on the Galaxy S6 so they do not need to Offer the Removable Battery Option,but hope will still get offered the micro sd card slot,the Galaxy S6 as got to be something really outstanding from Samsung,or there Designers will come under alot of stick from the Critics,but Samsung might be on the same path as Nokia,being Very Popular but unable to Advance things Further,Until a Big Shake Up of Company is Required,Samsung helps Apple but Why?can"t they make there Smartphones better than Apples,its seems so Odd
The only that may concern me is the battery lifetime which is too short when it comes to use your wireless connections. I like a smartphone that battery last longer without the symtoms of overheating your device, Battery developer or manufacture should replace the way to endure athe battery life time.
Samsung has innovative vision. that's why they won best of innovation award in CES 2015 and curved display will be the future. pretty soon apple will implement the same and many will say how innovative apple is.
It's not confusing.
S6 will be their classic flagship while the note series are made for people with a burning passion for smartphones.
Everything else they release (A and E series) are meant to fight on the the cheaper segments.
If you want flaghip, go S6, if you want more than you can handle go for the next note.
Samsung had to stop pulling too many version!
It's becoming confusing
AnonD-309127, 12 Jan 2015I'm quite disappointed about the uni body approach, tge removable battery was always a feature... moreYou're right bro. if Samsung removes the replaceable battery, their no. 1 spot will b jeopardized. These are simply no-go areas for android phone manufacturers.....Don't mess with replaceable battery and don't even think about removing expandable storage. If you do, well..........
If have problem with Snapdragon 810, let it be with Tegra X1, then be much hughnest ;)
Since the Galaxy S1 to S5, time to time they are freezing.
There are just one way to make it work by reinserting the battery.
P.S. also, if they leave those ugly home buttons, like S5, Alfa or, Note 4 - I'll never ever again choose Samsung.
Anonymous, 12 Jan 2015Ha, nobody from XDA will buy it, since samshit has never put up their exynos in full documenta... moreExcept there'll be a new section on XDA dedicated for Galaxy S6 with full of people.
Anonymous, 12 Jan 2015no replaceable battery = no buyif the product was decent in the first place you wouldn't need to replace it
I'm hoping for a full bezel-less display. The capacitive buttons need to go. Keep the removable battery and sd card, otherwise no go for me. What scares me most is that after all this talk about Project Zero, the front will look exactly the same as every Samsung since the sIII. If that happens, J.K. Shin will be queuing up for the dole.
And I'm hoping the thing will come with 4gb ram not 3.
I'm quite disappointed about the uni body approach, tge removable battery was always a feature as to why I picked samsung, same with the front capacitive buttons. I really hope they don't continue the trend on to the note series.
Honestly the note 4 design is great!