ProJames, 20 Oct 2016Nonononononononono! No! These dual-camera designs are horrible! They are so ugly! Yet I could ... moreAbsolutely agree.
But you know, the US media just advertise the Apple ''magic'' this way.
Just like the wrote last year, that Samsung will make the Force Touch BS(lol they are silent now), or how Samsung will ditch the audio jack.
Do not listen every US media iBS meant to calm down the innocent dumb ifans.
Stondec100, 20 Oct 2016Firstly the Iris Scanner is not mediocre. As a Note 7 user, I find it very useful especially f... moreiris scanner has many limitations like sometime it cannot scan effectively when with glasses or contact lenses.
The more practical way is voice recognition. Rumors suggest iPhone 8 and 8 Plus will have this feature.
Stupid things to tell peoples new cool specs of their next high-end smartphone while Samsung to last stocks of S7 Edge
pika2000, 19 Oct 2016True, and Samsung is feeling it. Samsung is failing in China, and it is facing tough competiti... moreYou clearly don't know what you're talking about. Samsung phones are expensive, but they deliver the best functionality, especially the Note series. Most of us who go for Samsung do so not as a status symbol but because they deliver unmatched functionality. I'm not saying they're perfect, but in most ways that matter most they deliver the very best.
Anonymous, 19 Oct 2016Am I the only one who thinks that dual-camera design is just plain awful? Make the damn phone ... moreFirstly the Iris Scanner is not mediocre. As a Note 7 user, I find it very useful especially for when you're on the couch or in bed and it works amazingly fast. The fingerprint scanner is also excellent, my only gripe with it is that you can only register 4 fingers (you could register more but that might impact the accuracy). There are innovations they could bring to the dual camera and I trust Samsung will do just that.
ProJames, 20 Oct 2016Nonononononononono! No! These dual-camera designs are horrible! They are so ugly! Yet I could ... moreI don't think it is horrible and ugly like you said. Just look at the iPhone 7 Plus.
In future, there will be more cameras on the device, one is being the Marco lens for close up images.
They should improve the low-light performance even more and tweak the algorithm for less aggressive post processing.
khosi4v, 20 Oct 2016I can't wait to hear news about the next Galaxy Note. I'm just wondering if they'll stick to t... moreGalaxy Note is dead, R.I.P.
Rumors suggest Samsung would consolidate its Note with S.
In another word, next product launch, Samsung will release Galaxy S8, S8 Edge, and S8 Plus, S8 Edge Plus with S-Pen.
Be Cool, 19 Oct 2016BS
And if Samsung were giving Note7 for 'vigorous testing of their new phone by adhering to ... moreWell, a Note 7 smoked up in my neighbour country, Malaysia just days back, so yeah Note 7 are still smoking up...
But still I'm dumb-founded by the fact none on showcase during the introduction stage actually blew up, despite those sets being plugged in and under those bright spotlight(s)...
Nonononononononono! No! These dual-camera designs are horrible! They are so ugly! Yet I could not see any dual-camera phone with a good design. The dual-camera ruins everything!
I can't wait to hear news about the next Galaxy Note. I'm just wondering if they'll stick to their plan of aligning S series with Note series. If that is the case, then it means Note8 is up next. #GalaxyNote8
Out of topic, but don't you guys find it funny that after the whole "Note 7 Explode" chapter is over, there are ZERO reports of a exploding Samsung phones? I find it hilarious.
When the Note 7 catches fire, suddenly there are numerous reports about other Samsung phone exploding. A Galaxy Core Prime explode, A S7 edge catches on fire, a Note 2 ignites flames. And there are even reports of a Samsung washing machine explode!
Now, after the Note 7 had been discontinued, those reports suddenly vanish in thin air. Almost non existance. This goes to shows that Samsung had became a victim of unnecessary media hype. But that's what I think. What about you guys?
LogicalMan, 19 Oct 2016Why are you hitting so hard at him for having an opinion going with the removable batteries? ... moreBS
And if Samsung were giving Note7 for 'vigorous testing of their new phone by adhering to the QA and validation', what difference it would make?? LOL
Right now they gave thousands of Note7 to every lab in US to find what is wrong with Note7, and they found NOTHING wrong. No one say what is wrong with Note7 for so long time.
So what was your point, again?
BTW no one ''exploded'' Note7 after the ban. No matter that over million are still in use.
Think, think, think....if you can.
so the same note7 components in a smaller body dimension..
i hope it won't be the same explosive bomb.
Anonymous, 19 Oct 2016If u want removable battery buy LG and shut up lol why are you complaining what the other comp... moreWhy are you hitting so hard at him for having an opinion going with the removable batteries? The advantages of the removable batteries are many. The reputed companies like samsung find ways to get rid of the vigorous testing of their new phones by not adhering to the QA and validation. Many chinese brands are better in battery performance. Oukitel K10000 is the first and has the highest battery capacity of 10000 Mah in a smartphone. No adverse cases of explosion or over heating has been reported. The phone is in the market since 2016 . Samsung is still with 3000 Mah batteries and they don't have a better battery management for their devices. If there were removable batteries, you could remove the batteries fast as the phone starts to heat up. Most explosions take place after over heating, causing the battery to expand. Many can't notice that since it is non removable batteries now a days. This can cause serious explosions and harm the users. So it is no rocket science. Going with removable batteries for smartphone should be one of the regulations that has to be proposed in my opinion. Don't take it hard. Secondly, Many smartphone makers don't want users to see what components they are using inside.Hence sealing them completely with non removable battery and case which makes them almost non repairable for the user. When the battery recycling performance goes down after a long usage, so does the performance of the phone's internal components due to the voltage drop issues. If you have a removable battery, You can replace with a new battery after you see a performance decrease. Your phone will be as good as new. Thanks if this gets your attention !
Anonymous, 19 Oct 2016Only LG has common sense. LG is still the only choice. Unfortunately most people are braind... moreOnly if it had enough common sense to figure out their "Boot Loop" issues and they could have fixed it. Its their on G4, V10 and G5. I am pretty sure its there on stupid V20 as well ... lol !!