When Nokia released a phone with NFC and optical image stabilization, android fanboys looked for every angle possible to pick holes in it. Two years later Microsoft released the first smartphone to feature an iris scanner. Again, reviewers immediately criticized the technology.
5 years later, other manufacturers are finally catching up, but now it's suddenly 'amazing'. Absolutely pathetic
Good luck holding this bezelless phone without accidentally touching the screen. Also, good luck using it when the battery has degraded after 1-3 years of usage and barely hold a charge.
If samsung put geforce kepler in it's phones .. so billions would buy it
Specs seem okay, but not super impressive.
I guess the most impressive aspect is that new design.
Oh crap! No 12 GB RAM, I am not buying buying it. Samsung big fail.
Impress with what? Note 7 specs, dual cam and a little bigger screen? Nah, let's see what Nokia will bring :-)
The only exciting part I guess is the new design (all tho seems very fragile) and the new processor, which is suppose to be 23% faster and 40 % less power consuming.
Probably why they skipped on upgrading the ram as 4gb of ram is more than enough to handle anything out there.
Also the new UX along side nougat as seen in the note 7 makes most of those specs and offers smooth lag free experience.
Pretty sure I will stick to my s7 edge instead of upgrading.
It would be awesome if you could choose bezween rounded corners and full screen
Of course the battery is missing because evleaks is not trustworthy, I don't why he gets so much media attention.