nick, 11 Jan 2016Bummer? It's great! People don't want phablets, S6 edge is a huge success because it's stylish... moreThere's a market for both 4.7 inchers and phablets. It's a matter of preference. Anyway I'm fairly certain an S7 edge+ will be rolling out with a 5.7" display.
AnonD-487368, 11 Jan 2016hahaha then go buy a chinese phone they have almost 20 MPX and the worst photos ever....no mat... moreIm sorry for before and get were you are coming from.
But you gotta be able to accept that resolution is still a decent chunk of the equation.
And not everyone that states something about mp thinks only mp count.
Just when iphone users strike back with specs dont matter.
And with Samsung we already know sensor/lense/processing quality is part of the equation.
Same sensor lense quality type with same sized pixels and aperture but 16mp instead does sound nicer...but probably would have retained more of the bump.....which is not that bad an exchange imo but oh well.
sajjad faisal, 12 Jan 2016GPU performance of sd820 and comparable exynos are almost same (820 has a little better) but e... moreI dont think the power efficiency will be that different.
The only main difference will be cpu and audio performamce on the Exynos having a clear lead.
We know the GPU difference wont be big like you said. I could be wrong and the S820 could be more efficient.
What will be interesting is to see if the S820 really worked out thermal issues. And by how much because even past versions still tended to throttle down faster
GPU performance of sd820 and comparable exynos are almost same (820 has a little better) but exynos has better CPU performance. But sd820 is more power efficient. So I think in smaller s6, Samsung will trade some CPU performance for battery life because compact size wont allowe much bigger battery .and as iPhone plus versions also have better battery life compared to non plus version, the 6" s7 plus version will also get sd820 for supeb battery life by pairing efficient processing with large battery.
So, the remaining one, the medium sized 5.5" s7 edge will have exynos that will give it a definitive feature other than edge screen. Just my opinion. What do you think...share.
AnonD-352420, 11 Jan 2016from time to time you can see people claimin that old nokia phones still have the best camera,... moreNo. They were definitely not outclassed. The N8 probably but the 808 and 1020 have yet to truly be outclassed
Anonymous, 11 Jan 2016Nokia's 20 Mpx camera (Lumia 930) is two years old technology and is still better than all the... morelol! Yes tgey have some of the best in phones still and have many advantages....but are no longer clear winners and definitely not by the amount you claim.
Plus you are forgetting the 1inch sensor packing panasonic Cm1
Anonymous, 11 Jan 2016Nokia's 20 Mpx camera (Lumia 930) is two years old technology and is still better than all the... moreYou are right, all goes to the lens, Carl Zeiss does the job. no matter the MP quantity
Anonymous, 11 Jan 2016Seems neither do you. Resolution still counts. Thats the same when people say specs dont matterhahaha then go buy a chinese phone they have almost 20 MPX and the worst photos ever....no matter how manny MP camera has. what matters is the lens.
AnonD-487368, 11 Jan 2016Lol it seems you dont know anything about cameras.... Seems neither do you.
Resolution still counts. Thats the same when people say specs dont matter
Anonymous, 11 Jan 2016Nokia's 20 Mpx camera (Lumia 930) is two years old technology and is still better than all the... morefrom time to time you can see people claimin that old nokia phones still have the best camera, so I searched for comparisons and what shall I say, there are a couple of comparisons between the 930, the 808 pure view, the 1020 or even the n8 with new phones like the iphone 6s or the lg g4. the results are clear, the old nokias are not bad but under the line they got surpassed even by this years generation of cameras despide having much bigger sensors.
don't believe me? just look for your own, use google, i bet you will find some comparisons...
to the topic, as a nexus 6p (12mp) and former galaxy s6 owner i can just say that i expect this to be the right choice. even at daytime, the galaxy s6 wasn't able to fill all its pixels, the photos were sometimes sharper, sometimes not than the 6p ones. depending on the lighting, the shutter speed but never because of the resolution. overall, i like the nexus cam more and I expect Samsung to catch up in the areas where its loosing ground. especialle the low light performance of the nexus is awesome and in some scenarios a lot better than the galaxy s6.
lol, 11 Jan 2016Quality>quantityNokia's 20 Mpx camera (Lumia 930) is two years old technology and is still better than all these 8-16 Mpx ones that were released 2015-2016. Not to forget the manual controls on the camera, which are still novelty in the iOS/Android ecosystem.
I don't understand how people can argue about cameras in iPhone 6S, Samsung S6, etc. when they're all mediocre compared to the ones Nokia used. I expected to see 40 Mpx cameras in 2015-2016, but I guess no other companies are still trying to bring high quality products to the market.
Apple/Samsung/Sony/LG/etc. are all sub-par even by two years ago standards.
Anonymous, 11 Jan 201612 mp ?? seriosly ? Is 2016 not 2012Lol it seems you dont know anything about cameras....
Anonymous, 11 Jan 201612 mp ?? seriosly ? Is 2016 not 2012Quality>quantity
SM-G935A code suggests it's going to be S7 edge, not S7 flat. So there will be no 5,5" version. That's good.
There are tidbits that came out that M10 is the way, and its gonna flush many phones like M8 did. HTC m8 I remain until m10