Anonymous, 08 Jul 2015S6 edge PLUS with 808 snapdragon ?????????? It must me S6 edge MINUS !!! HAHAHAHahahhahahaha!
It's not true that the lack of removable battery is "less of an issue on the Note 5 with its rumored 4,100mAh cell capacity"
What if I want to sell it or give to a family member. In the past I could just replace the battery, update the software and it's like new. Now I can't do that.
It's not an issue if you buy a new phone every 1-2 years.
Incessant whining incoming RE: battery and SD Card.
For those of you that will whine about it. Time to get with the times.
SD-cards are going the way of optical media, fast becoming a relic. With fast mobile data and cloud-storage there's absolutely no need for them.
Battery-wise, I have an S6 Edge and with average daily use, from 100% at 8:30am, at 10pm I still have 45-50% left. So the battery doesn't need changing. If you're using your phone that much to kill the battery in a few hours then you need to reconsider your usage. Also with the advent of power-bars the argument for battery swapping becomes invalid.
I don't get it why Samsung doesn't stick to their own Exynos processors, when its one of the most powerful CPU for mobile phone ?
S6 Edge or even Note 4 is better when compared to S6 Edge Plus.
S6 edge PLUS with 808 snapdragon ??????????
It must me S6 edge MINUS !!!
I don't like the idea of Samsung dragging the S series in the Note lineup. Leave the S series where they belong (flasgship for smartphones) and the Note series where they belong (flagship for phablets). Don't mix the two.
I think it will be in two versions. The Exynos version will include UFS thereby no sd card while the Snapdragon version would be emmc 5 incorporating sd card. Regarding memory, the Exynos would be 64 GB and 128 GB while Snapdragon would be 32 expandable to 1TB. The Exynos version would continually been fast and np lag for years The Snapdragon version would lag after a period of time. The choice is yours
smaller screen for the note 5...I will not be getting a one...who ever to the marketing or designs for Samsung needs to be fired. Samsung will sink, if we wanted a smaller screen we would got with the galaxy s6, its not all of us that have sissy small hands. We need a phone that can double as a tablet that's why we call it a phablet. Samsung SUCKS!!!!!!