Anonymous, 20 Jan 2017I hope they will put the home button . This is why a lot of people choose samsung over other brand I hope they get rid of the home button. Capacitive buttons are awful.
home button is gone, get over it, the screen almost cover the entire front page like xiaomi mi mix..
I hope they will put the home button . This is why a lot of people choose samsung over other brand
Anonymous, 20 Jan 2017@Gsmarena i believe then not s7 but sony z series was first to introduce this heatpipeThey say first "samsung" phone,
If they say android first that will be the case.
"Allegedly, Samsung considered moving to a two-pipe design, but ultimately decided to stick with the tried and tested setup."
They are really conservative on internal design this time. Dont want disaster come twice.
Not sure about this to be honest. I have the Sony Z5 with that horrible 810 snapdragon processor and this phone has a heat-pipe and I can say from experience that all the heat travels to one spot on the phone. Doesn't dissipate the heat properly. Maybe with the new processors and gpu's it will run better, but I must say.... its TERRIBLE in the Z5. Can't even record 60fps full HD video for 3 mins! video in 30fps exactly 5mins max then a notice message pops up saying heat levels are critical camera app must shut down etc.
I always wonder if heat pipes actually would make a difference in a phone in a PC yes but I phone I don't think it would
mir, 20 Jan 2017In light of the Note 7 disaster. We could say that this generation from Samsung will be one of... moreTrue, but I don't think after this disaster they will ever let up on safety and testing. Hopefully this is a lesson well-learned and customers can breath a collective sigh of relief!
@Gsmarena i believe then not s7 but sony z series was first to introduce this heatpipe
mir, 20 Jan 2017In light of the Note 7 disaster. We could say that this generation from Samsung will be one of... moreGood and very likely point. They also won't deviate too much in terms manufacturing processes when they start production on the Note 8
In light of the Note 7 disaster. We could say that this generation from Samsung will be one of the most tested and quality assured handsets that they will ever make. Until they become relaxed again in the succeeding generations. So for those who wan't a Samsung flagship. Go and get this generation.