I own a note 4 mediatek. My wife a note 3 pro snapdragon. Both phones good. No difference at all. How am I supposed to notice a difference between the mediatek and Snapdragon processors?
AnonD-39937, 20 Feb 2017yeah, I used Samsung phones and all of them had problems in hardware(main camera is blurry for... moreI'm using Samsung A7 2016 smartphone, my son using Note 2, my daughter using S4, my brother using Note3, my sister in law using S5, my friend using S6 and many others still using Samsung's for years are not complaining any problems so far. You're cheating. Maybe you 're Apple die-hard fan.... Hahaha
AnonD-92238, 19 Feb 2017Ever used one? Or just sayin cuz da internet said so yeah, I used Samsung phones and all of them had problems in hardware(main camera is blurry for 10s when you open app, replaced the camera), speaker fail after 1 year, display fail after 1 month, battery running out of juice in 2-3h of standby after about 5 months of usage, or software bugs...not a single one was flawless in daily usage like the other Nexus, Sony and Microsoft devices I owned and own...Xiaomi have great quality/price, but fairly low build quality like most chinese phones(not all, Oneplus does solid phones), just watch the MI5 bend test.
This shows that A LOT of people likes BRAND, albeit CRAPPY phones....
No matter what others say, Galaxy J & A series are CRAP (except the AMOLED display): expensive, mediocre camera, SoC & its GPU are worse than MediaTek Helio P series, let alone Helio X series, yet people still BASHING MediaTek SoC & CRAZY over Exynos low-end SoC in Galaxy J series...
Nokia is another BRAND that sell CRAP like hotcakes. No matter how you look at it, a 2014 phones with SD 801 (Padfone S, Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy S5, etc) still MILES better than Nokia, albeit 2 years older & stuck at Android MM officially...
My point is, ARE these people who buy BRANDED, BRAND-NEW phones don't use their brain before buying phones? If u want BRAND-NEW phones, look at Chinese phone makers like lenovo, motorola, alcatel, oneplus, zte, xiaomi, or meizu, or if they want BETTER phones, look at last year flagship-grade phones, as they are cheaper than BRAND-NEW and have better support for spareparts and software, as I see many old flagship phones actually have unofficial OS support at least a year
Anonymous, 19 Feb 2017just accept the damn fact dude..I can't, I'm using one.
AnonD-92238, 19 Feb 2017Ever used one? Or just sayin cuz da internet said so just accept the damn fact dude..
AnonD-39937, 19 Feb 2017A lot of Samsung and Xiaomi, some of the crappest phones hahaEver used one? Or just sayin cuz da internet said so
AnonD-424566, 19 Feb 2017BATTERY Capacity 3600 mAh 3000 mAh Type Not user replaceable Not user replaceable Talk time... moreThank you Mr. Obvious, I meant GSMArena battery test not the official Samsung numbers.
Anonymous, 19 Feb 2017NOKIA - just one obscure midrange device and it already stays near top of the chart.. Agreed
sami azza, 19 Feb 2017Dear GSMARENA team,
Could you please review the A7 2017, most of us want to see how battery... moreBATTERY
Capacity 3600 mAh 3000 mAh
Type Not user replaceable Not user replaceable
Talk time (3G) 23.00 hours 16.00 hours
13 hours 13 hours
16 hours 16 hours
17 hours 18 hours
Music playback 59.00 hours 53.00 hours
Video playback 20.00 hours 19.00 hours (if you wasn't so lazy you could have done this yourself, (A7 v A5)
The A5 got interest since an Indian launch is near. But I really hope they'll release it soon in Canada, especially since we skipped the 2016 edition.
Raphi7, 19 Feb 2017Its because they are soo widely available and they are cheapWidely available? Which? Redmi note 4 mediatek? Lol
AnonD-39937, 19 Feb 2017A lot of Samsung and Xiaomi, some of the crappest phones hahaIts because they are soo widely available and they are cheap
Dear GSMARENA team,
Could you please review the A7 2017, most of us want to see how battery life is compared to the A5 2017. Thanks:-)