AnonD-418132, 07 Aug 2015Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 edge?Keep dreaming of Edge tablet. Its the 18.4" tablet.
Samsung Inside Sales, 06 Aug 2015It's the Galaxy TAB. Why is everyone forgetting the TAB.Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 edge?
AnonD-77443, 07 Aug 2015Maybe the 3rd device is the one 90 pct of people want.... With Removable battery and a micro S... more90%?? Iphone never had removable battery and memory card and it's just getting more and more popular.
AnonD-77443, 07 Aug 2015Maybe the 3rd device is the one 90 pct of people want.... With Removable battery and a micro S... moreThe third device is said to be an 18.4inch tablet. Samsung currently testing them. But it might not be it. Tablet never have removable battery though. Microsd slot is a 99% chance to be there since its a tablet.
Maybe the 3rd device is the one 90 pct of people want.... With Removable battery and a micro SD card....
Seriously, in late 2011, I immediately got the Note 1 when I heard about it because of the S Pen. There was nothing for me to compell getting the S series or any of the "top of the Line" phones at the time. The only big reason was that we had terrible slow service, until they had very good 3G, and now LTE.
Note 2 had great improvements - better battery longeivity, better S Pen.
Note 3 - even more better with LTE, higher screen resolution, infrared remote, better back removable system, again better S Pen.
Note 4 - dual wifi and LTE data streaming, better battery stamina again, metal sides, crazy resolution you don't really need except probably VR headset.
All had exapandable memory. All had useful removable battery for you to replace in case they wear out as expected. All I've considered as great diversified, very useful, and powerhouses.
Now with the Note 5, it became something LESS useful, LESS versatile (and these are still unconfirmed 100% until Samsung's unvail) - no infrared, no expandable memory, sealed battery that will wear out in 6 months, shiny useless glass that will give you 100% more chances to break, metal that will dent on impact, LESS battery capacity, and you'd only gain an updated Exynos processor. It has become easier to break, faster to be obsolete. The whole thing just reaks of Samsung purposely doing this to attract the "don't-know-don't-care" crowd of the iPhone - the most common MASS phone that is extremely simplified for the normal masses to consume.
This are my thoughts for the more thinking sector of Galaxy Note buyers - the real customers, and not the hipters who'll just contented with showing off this shiny excuse of a Galaxy Note. And you should know, these features were designed to make you buy the next crappy iPhone-like Note with the sealed battery so you gett better power capacity again. It's insulting to me, to us, and certainly to the rest of the more practical users who use this as a powerful tool.
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endriu, 06 Aug 2015samsung you are boring...yeah i agree with u,samsung is boring nowadays,same plastic designs lags in the midrange phones,only the s series and note series is better
Samsung Inside Sales, 06 Aug 2015It's the Galaxy TAB. Why is everyone forgetting the TAB.which one is this following on from? or do you reckon its a new line, i hope its a new line.... curved display on a tablet would suggest premium model due to building costs associated ith the screen, but as they have not even release the tab s2 yet i wonder if a new premium line is worthwile
galaxy edge +
galaxy note 5
galaxy note 5 edge.
those are your 3 devices.
maybe a galaxy note 5 Plus.
It's the Galaxy TAB. Why is everyone forgetting the TAB.
Karate Obachi, 06 Aug 2015Thanks Alex, what cool games do you have?I played My Singing Monsters and Plant Vs Zombies 2. Now I'm getting used to it on Drift Spirits (when I'm not using the NOS button). I know most people don't regularly use the S Pen for gaming but it's just works for me.
Anonymous, 06 Aug 2015Just ignore them. As Michael said, Samsung is on the top of Android smartphones. They will alw... moreTrue. I've been ignoring most of the negative feedback recently. I don't think any of it can make me change my mind though to get the Note 5 soon. Off-topic, I'm using Xperia Z1 too and I can't wait to trade it soon for the Xperia M5.