Jay Rc, 21 Feb 2017Nothing extra ordinary about this phone...I'll stick with my LG G4.I too will stick to my BRAND NEW LG G2.
I purchased it on Dec 16.
Shadow Snypa786, 21 Feb 2017Peoples usage differs not everyone is the same when im on the internet browser and i surfed a ... moreIt's impossible to keep the back button pressed for 7 minutes for every 10 minutes of use. It's physically impossible. You probably misunderstand statistics. Your use case can hardly top 10% of your usage rate, it could hardly go for more (you'd have to keep the button pressed for a long time else).
Apple better pull a miracle out of their *** because this looks fantastic.
Jay Rc, 21 Feb 2017Nothing extra ordinary about this phone...I'll stick with my LG G4.Then again, whats so 'extra ordinary' about your LG G4?
(jk, no need to reply) :)
Jay Rc, 21 Feb 2017Nothing extra ordinary about this phone...I'll stick with my LG G4.Agreed, other than the screen.
Nothing extra ordinary about this phone...I'll stick with my LG G4.
B0NUS, 21 Feb 2017I like how you went through everything on my profile. For my defense, you only have 3 comments on your profile when I look at it. :)
Hey sammy I knew you will b launch the SGS8 N S8+ in MWC 2017. Good work sammy....launch device in feb and release it in March end or soooner.....
Someone Else, 21 Feb 2017I like how you upvoted yourself every time you made a comment :)I like how you went through everything on my profile.
Anonymous, 21 Feb 2017No you don't, most of the times you're not pressing a button. If what you said is true, then ... morePeoples usage differs not everyone is the same when im on the internet browser and i surfed a few pages I do click back. Once i downloaded an app and its installed I keep pressing back really quick so it shuts down the google play store.
kevin97, 21 Feb 2017In my opinion, Samsung copied the LG screen rounded corners idea and also the 18:9 screen rati... moreDifferent implementations of always on display are there before LG used them: Motorola had it, Nexus 6p had it and Nokia's Glance. Coming to Samsung, S6E can show time and notifications alert on its edge screen for 12-hour period, though not same as Always-On kind of. So how can you really term that Samsung copied LG? G6 and S8 not yet released, but you are talking about Samsung copied LG? So as per you, Samsung started producing S8 just after LG released G6's render?
B0NUS, 21 Feb 2017I seriously wish Samsung would take away the headphone jack. Why Samsung whyI like how you upvoted yourself every time you made a comment :)
I seriously wish Samsung would take away the headphone jack. Why Samsung why
Looks beautiful but it would have been better if they kept the same screen size an decrease the overall size and make it much easier to use.I would want to wait and see if they have a mini version of this in 5.2 inch screen size.
kevin97, 21 Feb 2017Very easy: not only Samsung starts their prototypes early, but LG too. So...they just found ou... moreWell as if G6's rounded corners are greatest innovations to ever happen in smartphone history for Samsung to copy that. It's time to stop this copy drama. Did LG made the prototype in Samsung backyard, for Samsung to get to know LG's design philosophy first hand? Just for you, who brought multi-window feature and who copied(according to you)?
The hate on Samsung here is flipping marvelous and a sweet pleasure to laugh at. Samsung does something similar to others, people hate and call them copycats. Samsung does something different and some of you still hate.
I've got no problem with the location of the fingerprint scanner. The only time I will have a problem is when its location has been proven impractical.
Small bezels are no problem for me either. Matter of fact I like them. I've got more screen on a body that's just about compact. Bezels, waste of space. I'm gonna miss the home button but its removed for a good cause.
I just like the overall design and for those who say Samsung copied that from LG need to keep yo Weed joints shorter, you high. To the best of my knowledge LG has been always tryna catch up to Samsung (not on everything). If they have a similar design, yay!!! Its Korean companies after all
Onyxia, 21 Feb 2017Lol. Do you have proof Samsung know about LG G6 before? No, you don't. You just accusing them ... moreI will definitely be giving this one a skip.
The problem is that phones are already a mature, finished product. There's nowhere for them to go, no new truly needed features to add, so these phones are all driven by the marketing department. All about generating buzz and catching the eye to keep sales from stagnating as much as possible.
Also allows them to hike prices. Consumers have been educated to pay more for bigger phones.
TechGirl90, 21 Feb 2017Honestly I see a piece of Jewelry with very little practicality.
I feel Samsung has lost so... moreTo be quite frank, I have used the S7 edge for quite some time but I still don't get the advantage of the edge screen. In fact, it seems to make things worse by accidental palm touches and what not. Worst of all, this "edge" screen is highly susceptible to light leaks, a phenomenon in which you'll notice that the very edge of the screen is overbright and a lot of light seems to be deposited there. Of course this isn't very noticeable if you're looking at the screen frontally, but one sideways look and you'll see this white, bright band of light at the screen edges.
I completely agree with you - most major OEMs these days, not just samsung, are locked in an idiotic competition to make the flashiest looking phone. Normally I as a consumer wouldn't mind but the fact that this competition is sacrificing convenience for the sake of looks, is what makes me angry.