the golden camera ring around the lens ruins the look for me ,, so does golden samsung logo
The Injustice will be they'll likely charge an extra $200 for a logo on the back.
AnonD-322352, 27 May 2016Nvidia SoCs suck. That's why.Partly correct. Nvidia SoCs were never meant for overall type to begin with. It has a niche called gaming. They might suck at memory perf,threads, and other CPU-bound scenarios. But GPU throttling was never in their vocabulary.
Downside is, it comes with high TDP not suitable for smartphones. Hence, they can only go as small as tablets.
Plz release it in india also i really like it so much it is so cool looking
I'm guessing this will be the low-cost version of the S7, although there was no need to slap a child's toy logo on the back.
Anonymous, 27 May 2016Finally Samsung agree their phones are Injustice. Indeed - they humiliated any other smartphone in last 2 years and drives HTC and Sony to bankruptcy. Would be fair to mention that 2 are wrong themselves by releasing inferior phones, but even more for trying to sell them at the same price as superior Samsungs.
Yuri84, 27 May 2016"Samsung always seeks to provide the best mobile gaming experience for its users" and thats wh... moreYes.. right. their chipset sucks and is inferior to Exynos or SD. Obviously, you are in majority of people who have no clue about specifications and are after brands e.g. you thing that because nVidia has great graphic cards for desktops, they are as well making best mobile chpsets - wrong... they chipsets are inferior. Same goes for Intel. Again Intel has best CPUs for desktops and laptops, yet their mobile CPUs are inferior.
Dovice, 27 May 2016A black S7 Edge would look so fantastic if Samsung removed their logo and the physical control... moreAre U kidding me? As it is it doesn't survive a single drop yet you want a full body display? There is a reason they don't employ your as a designer.
Anonymous, 27 May 2016So we don"t have the injustice here in North America.Yes you do, its called apple and their instituted ex employee of a judge L Koh. Case dismissed