Anonymous, 17 Jun 2015That has zero to do with what you claimed and how I debunked it. You were comparing the effic... moreLOL.I can use my LTE service 24/7, WIRELESSLY without plugging in my device. I can probably change batteries 3 times, and charge the spent ones on a desktop charger. It's great that the S6 Active has a great 3500mAh battery, and that it stands more than 30% much longer than a Note 3. Still, a removable battery would have been so awesome - 30% more efficiency is welcome, PLUS you can just switch to a battery for a FULL charge in a minute. You have your batteries' lives even longer in holding charges, thus keeping your device more effective.
TheNeighbor, 15 Jun 2015Duh. I can switch to a new battery to startup in 80 seconds. Idle charging on the spent batter... moreThat has zero to do with what you claimed and how I debunked it.
You were comparing the efficiency of a single battery charge of a more power hungry device with a smaller battery to a more power efficient device with a larger battery.
Try to keep up. Especially when it's about your own comments.
TheNeighbor, 15 Jun 2015I know what solid state drives are, thank you very much. I have two of them in my Alienware la... moreAnd I was obviously talking about your price claims and never said anything about it not being nice to have an sd slot
TheNeighbor, 15 Jun 2015Try using 2GB data through LTE daily. That's how I use my data service via my Note 3. Thank go... moreTry it on a newer device with more efficient parts and a bigger battery. Might last longer than you think
user101, 15 Jun 2015Got one and I love it. Battery lasts me almost 3 days on normal use. Try using 2GB data through LTE daily. That's how I use my data service via my Note 3. Thank goodness I can change my batteries easily.
Got one and I love it. Battery lasts me almost 3 days on normal use.
Beautiful but i suspect water stock of S6 active.i dont belive samsung can make phone water stock better than Sony.
Anonymous, 15 Jun 2015Where on Earth do you even find that to be a logical comparison? The part efficiency of the p... moreDuh. I can switch to a new battery to startup in 80 seconds. Idle charging on the spent battery is at home or in your bag. A fixed battery charges hours. Even with a fast charger system, which will shorten the battery's life faster, by the way. At least removable should have still been an option with this one.
Anonymous, 15 Jun 2015There is a cost difference between a decently fast SD card and new advanced solid state intern... moreI know what solid state drives are, thank you very much. I have two of them in my Alienware laptop for fast data speeds. I am also aware that the S6 do has one. What I am talking about is the convenience and ability to store idle large amount data on a removable card to and from different devices, without having to wait a long time to transfer those data. Even if I do get a 128GB model, I'd still would like a memory card option.
Aspros, 13 Jun 2015One phone to rule them all! For me this is the ideal mobile! S6 sacrificed practicality,for ... moreDo you make up and exaggerate the issues to make an exaggerated point. Congratulations
thenerd, 13 Jun 2015Get a USB-OTG stick that plugs in directly to your phone It's useful and helps but does not 100% fix it for everyone
TheNeighbor, 13 Jun 2015Extendable memory for those who can take advantage of carrying large media needs, is a practic... moreThere is a cost difference between a decently fast SD card and new advanced solid state internal memory.
KuyaTokiTokyTalks, 13 Jun 2015indeed a valid point. but, are you aware about the overheating issue with the z3+? if I were y... moreI don't know about the SD slot. Remember they did it mainly for the bandwidth to mostly supply the new ufs storage and so people would not blame the SD eating into the bandwidth as lag. I think design might have had a tiny sliver to do with it but if it was only design they would have found a work around even if it had to be a hair thicker.
The Note 5 is likely to use the ufs storage. If so the chance that they will still include the sd slot and let users name their decision is iffy.
Some rumors suggest emmc 5.1 to go with their new chips. So we shall see
TheNeighbor, 13 Jun 2015Sorry, that "big" battery doesn't impress me at all. I still use a Note 3 with its 3... moreWhere on Earth do you even find that to be a logical comparison?
The part efficiency of the parts in the Note 3 while still good is far behind that of the ones in the S6. The S6 has much more efficient parts and a bigger battery.
Try thinking next time
TheNeighbor, 13 Jun 2015Yeah, that's right. For the high cost, if they could have a slide SIM card mechanism that's wa... moreThe cost of the S6 is because of the all knew much more advanced and expensive tech in it. You want the tech you pay more. You don't want to pay more you buy another device that is cheaper because they use cheaper tech. Plain and simple logic
TheNeighbor, 14 Jun 2015You should forget the current high-end Xperias with Snapdragon 810 processors as they overheat... moresimple-software solution. I do not need that kind of pr.power, just that phone other specs...
ConsumerG, 14 Jun 2015Wow it's a phone, some people need to chill out and just buy the G4. Problem solved.LG does not offer any real digitizer pen system into their devices. I think I'll use my money for a new Microsoft Surface Pro if the Note 5 has no memory expansion. I'll just keep my old Samsung Note 3.
vrvly, 14 Jun 2015I wonder what will be max brightness on note V screen. Looking at sony z3, z3+ its double of ... moreYou should forget the current high-end Xperias with Snapdragon 810 processors as they overheat reaching over 60 degree Celsius.
Korea fan, 14 Jun 2015Dude, you don't know how much I agree with you. Give me a device with a large removable batter... moreYeah, the "regular" customers don't exactly know what their buying. Only one of my many colleagues has gotten a micro SD card for their Samsung devices. Most don't even think of what they got are miniaturized computers that can connect to monitors and projectors and really do some serious work. I mean I've done my design thinking with my Note 3, churning out new ideas, and storing large volumes of reading material for research for my academic papers. Connect it with a keyboard, you get a word processor. Pop in a large storage device, you don't ever need to carry a hard disk. Get a Zerolemon extended battery, you don't need to charge for days even with heavy use. It's hard to believe that "they" rather carry a power bank than an extra battery, or limit their device use, carry external memory accessories than something you can slide in that's more secure, from something that was water-resistant to something that isn't, and the illogical reasoning that a rear glass material is so beautiful and better than a material that doesn't break... all in the name of showing off how it's 1mm thinner than last year's model. OMG! We're appreciating backward thinking!