WTF Samsung. After the absolute success of Exynos 7420 (Basically the only good reason to buy Samsung last year), you decided to replace it with Snapdragon this year? I mean you could build on 7420 and build a chip that would blow Snapdragons out of the water this year too, but noooo you decided to give Qualcomm so many sales and leave the customers with subpar choice (s).
harlekkin, 20 Feb 2016Of course they'll have a pressure sensitive display. We predicted that months ago.yes your right..years ago..I mean you have heard of the galaxy note hav'nt you.
Force touch is just the red herring to evade the open copying of samsung accusations, if they straitly copied the s pen. This..bring in the software take, is merely a cunning way of later bringing in an apple pen, note competitor, after they have beniighnl established screen pressure tec with no copy right claims. Same ol same ol, soon the media will have it that samsung copied apple with its world coquering galaxy note line...iron eh.
Anonymous, 20 Feb 2016iphone is for the poor actually most buy it in instalmentsThat doesn't mean one is poor, the price is the same in the end. If installments cost you 0% interest, then it is the SMART thing to do.
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Of course they'll have a pressure sensitive display. We predicted that months ago.
Finally micro SD and waterproof features... What will S8 have next year?
They better have a 5.1 edge Cuz I'm not switching s6 edge with a larger one
99.9999% sure it's my next phone too. Now have a Galaxy S5. Note the difference is S5, S6 S7 screen resolutions vs I-phone. No comparison.
AnonD-296165, 20 Feb 2016Having the S6 and looking at this I'm not interested in upgrading just yet... Only twp things ... moreThe fingerprint sensor worked fine. While app support is probably going to be limited, I wouldn't be surprised if major apps got on board. Also, stock apps like keyboard and camera and Web browser will all be using it to its full extent.
So far force touch is quite limited in ios, especially in apps. So I don't think Samsung could do much worse. Sooner or later it will become more popular and more apps will get on board, for both platforms, but for now it isn't a big deal.
The lack of a Type C USB connector is a disappointment, why not take the last step Samsung? Now it's not a complete future phone of 2016, hope it will come to the "NOTE 6".