Anonymous, 18 Feb 2016Samsung phone come with ALWAYS FAIL design !Yes it hangs
My Nokia e72 has the always on feature and is still perfect bit of kit.
I will be upgrading to the S7 Edge from the S6 if the battery is as good as I think it will be. The S6 never makes it through a whole day and I wouldn't consider myself a heavy user. I also like the sound of a water resistant phone.
At 2800 mAh battery, I'm not sure the Always-On feature enabled can get you through the day, even with an OLED screen.
There is NOTHING new about this "Always on", Samsung (for one?) used it for their E870 many years ago - It were the introduction of OLED displays that made this possible.
Anonymous, 18 Feb 2016Actually it's one of the nicer features, I would dare say that a lot of people would be intere... morei agree expecialy at night you wont need to turn on the screen so it will be beter for your eyes
Christi, 18 Feb 2016Unfortunately an feature which almost nobody is interested in. I prefer to hold my phone from ... moreActually it's one of the nicer features, I would dare say that a lot of people would be interested. I assume you never owned a smartwatch in your life. I would like to see features like shake for flashlight, double-tap to wake and other nice gestures that make for a better overall experience.
Christi, 18 Feb 2016Unfortunately an feature which almost nobody is interested in. I prefer to hold my phone from ... morejust one comment its not worth switching from S6 to S7 but from S5 to S7 is worth it S7 will have alot of hardware and software upgrade over S5
I hope Samsung implemented this feature correctly so there will be no burn in problem
Unfortunately an feature which almost nobody is interested in. I prefer to hold my phone from time to time to check for notifications rather than actually glimpse on my always on display.
Worthy upgrade over the s5 or even s6? Probably not.
You Mobile phone fanatics should get a different hobby than speculate of your phone is .1 seconds faster than your precious generation.