750 euro according to rumors. Step by step Samsung repeats Nokia and HTC mistakes.
Scorsese, 23 Feb 2015Looks amazing. But I seriously want Samsung to get rid off the center button and capacitive bu... moreIn fact, I love the home button functionality on Samsung. It's just a matter of personal choice and I believe the home button is a great way to interact with the touchwiz UI.
Looks amazing. But I seriously want Samsung to get rid off the center button and capacitive buttons at the bottom of display. Why do they want to stick with something outdated years ago?
And another annoying thing is TouchWiz. Just get rid of both of them, you'll be winner again.
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2015Actually might look better than I thought it would be, but hey nothing could possibly be worst... moreoh is that so? curren I'm assuming you're someone who had an "early" access to a phone that hasn't been EVEN RELEASED YET! Oh wait I forgot about the other fact that you are a bùţţhurted crapple fanboy who is just afraid of the fact that the s6 is just going to annihilate the iphone 6S this year.
i only thinking how easy it will be to pick it up from desk, noe edge is almost pain in ass, how about this! And use in one hand, with this edges all time touching your hand
And in the near future everyone else will release 2 versions distinct versions of their smartphones...
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2015Removable batteries aren't a "must". If the device can run through the entire day wi... moreI have lost track how many times i have used a replaceable battery on my notes. Weather it be on a long haul flight, when camping or simply not having a charger handy or time to charge (the battery fits in my wallet).
[deleted post]There are too many window licking children like you commenting on vague leaks.
And all over GSMArena. PLEASE disallow anonymous commentators, GSM.
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2015Actually might look better than I thought it would be, but hey nothing could possibly be worst... moreIt's been purported that the revamped touchwiz will be faster than stock Android, but we'll see if there's some truth to that come March 1st.
Actually might look better than I thought it would be, but hey nothing could possibly be worst looking than the S5. Wonder if people will buy in to it though. We will see soon. Good luck Sammy !! Your software still sucks big
Well, after being htc loyal for many many years (first htc being the hero), I may finally buy something different. It's a shame the z4 isn't getting an announcement at mwc. It would have made things far more interesting.
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2015It's not a matter of removing it through the day, but when it starts to wear outNot something you should worry yourself with, unless you plan to keep it after 2 years, but even then it should provide ample enough power to where charging is only required once or twice at max per day.
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2015It's not a matter of removing it through the day, but when it starts to wear outWhich takes more than 2 years to notice any significant wear. By then, the average consumer will have switched phones. Honestly, whether it'll be removable or not won't affect most of us. It certainly won't affect me.
It will be 850 ~ 900USD, I am fine without the edge, coz Chinese phones will have it in 2-3months later and half the price.
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2015Yes, i'm sure. Non-removable small batteries are not acceptable in any brand. Glass/aluminium ... moreIf that's the case, you will have very slim pickings this year, I'm afraid. LG may be the lone OEM to manufacture phones with removable batteries, but even that isn't a guarantee.
I don't know the hype about curved screens... if you hold with one hand your fingers or the palm of your hand will touch it and the other hand won't be able to be detected by the screen. If the curve was the opposite way, that would be ok. a concave instead of a convex
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2015Yes, i'm sure. Non-removable small batteries are not acceptable in any brand. Glass/aluminium ... moreRemovable batteries aren't a "must". If the device can run through the entire day with average use, then a removable battery isn't necessary, and this is coming from someone with an S4. Only time will tell whether this phone will "suck".