I feel bad about my s8+ now >.< this is what s8 should have been int he first place the fingerprint sensor is insanely dumb!
and the speakers suck!
And the orchid gray is just gray and not purple at all like the websie images :( I wanted a purple phone!
Also I haaaaaaaaate the shiny thing around the phone, my s7 edge's matt thingie was 100x more beautiful and better! I loved my silver s7 edge so much c:
Noel, 21 Feb 2018Hmm i really h8 these long skinny phones with a passion. Just pissed that almost all the major... moreWider phone is harder to hold with one hand. Compare 6inch 16:9 phone vs 6inch 18:9 phone, which is easier to hold? You know where this going. Easier for OEMs to make bigger size phone with this ratio. Even 6.9inch would still feel comfortable in hand with 18:9 ratio.
Anonymous, 21 Feb 2018If so, what about xperia series? Xperia z, z1, z2, z3, z3+, x, x performance, xz, xzs, xz1 are... moreDid I said all S series are the same? You didn't even pair their specific series (Z, X, M, C etc)! I swear some people are just pure dense.
Anonymous, 21 Feb 20181. Your comment is grammatically wrong.
2. I mentioned camera but not processor.
3. If you... more1. Your comment is grammatically worse than any other user here.
2. English is not my first language. It's German. And I speak 3. How many do you speak?
3. I know you mentioned camera but not processor, still doesn't make a heck of a lot of difference. For instance, S6 and S7 as I've mentioned. Or even Note 3 and Note 4 (US).
4. I know you only know how to speak 1 language and even that you're not even good at.
5. Go to school or back to school.
People always pull the legs of those who are on the top....
Does not give a shit to rest, because its always the best that are commented and criticized the most. Its how things always works.
Good work Samsung. Be proud that you are being criticized...
Ravuh, 20 Feb 2018"There isn't any major design change but slight tweaks which help in improving the ergonomics ... more1. Your comment is grammatically wrong.
2. I mentioned camera but not processor.
3. If you understand the difference then your last comment made no sense(even as sarcasm).
Anonymous, 20 Feb 2018still cracks when you drop itLol. All phones crack when u drops.
RoPe, 20 Feb 2018Please make a smaller phone too. 5.8'' and 6.2'' are too tall. Not really. 5.8 inch S8 is only 0.9mm taller than XZ1 with 5.2 inch screen.
Ravuh, 20 Feb 2018Agreed. S5 and S4 was just an S3. Same that s7 was just an S6. And now S9 is just an S8. No ne... moreIf so, what about xperia series? Xperia z, z1, z2, z3, z3+, x, x performance, xz, xzs, xz1 are all the same. 9 generations lol.
Hmm i really h8 these long skinny phones with a passion. Just pissed that almost all the major flagship phones are utilizing this aspect ratio.
Plssssssss OEMs, where are the 16:9AR or 17:9AR minimal bezels QHD 6 inch screen flagship devices??? Something akin to the regular Mate 10 with SD845, all the top 2018 specs plus a monster 4000mAh+ battery. C'mon OEMs..just do it already.
Anonymous, 20 Feb 2018You can change the aperture between f2.4 to f1.5 based on the leaked. During daytime or bright... moreNot correct. You probably don't need a small aperture in good light as smartphones usually offer a very fast shutter speed. Otherwise Huawei and LG would be silly with their f/1.6 lens.
The mean reason is also not depth of field, because the depth of field will be large enough.
So, no, the main reason is a different one. The main reason for variable aperture is very likely bad lens quality. Yes, you heard right. Many lenses that have a very fast aperture are not very sharp at the widest aperture. For example you can buy f/1.4 lenses that are only really sharp at f/2.8. This has nothing to do with depth of field by the way. So in my opinion this is a bad decision from Samsung. I would rather have a good f/1.7 lens than a soft f/1.5 lens that only gets sharp at f/2.4.
iGalaxy, 20 Feb 2018Headphone jack...?There is.don't worry. bottom left to the charge port
Anonymous, 20 Feb 2018There isn't any major design change but slight tweaks which help in improving the ergonomics o... more"There isn't any major design change but slight tweaks which help in improving the ergonomics of the device." Duh. You think S3's processor, camera, features, etc. are better than the S5? Of course I know all about that slight tweaks WHICH HELPS IMPROVE the ergonomics of the device. Learn how to read context clues and compose sentences.
Anonymous, 20 Feb 2018You can change the aperture between f2.4 to f1.5 based on the leaked. During daytime or bright... moreI'm not a photographer, but as well I know light sensitivity is adjustable by aperture, ISO and exposure times. Overexposure is fixable by shorter exposure times and HDR.
Anonymous, 20 Feb 2018It is the Galaxy A3. It can run most apps smoothly, except for some games that require high me... moreNo! Ewerything on the Samsug or Android phone can crash when the Google play protection runs.
The manual update is the best way to avoid this. The manual in the way to turn off the notification for updates to, and then go on your own into the store for updates once a week. And maybe, to turn off the Google play protecton for to be completely sure.
This all doesen't have to much to do with the ram, those crashes.
now this leak shows the side bezels smaller, while others showed them to be thicker, which is the real one
Jason, 20 Feb 2018That sounds super nice. Is it a current year phone? Currently using a loaner phone that has 1g... moreIt is the Galaxy A3. It can run most apps smoothly, except for some games that require high memory usage. They crash because there is not enough free RAM. I will just restart the phone before I play those games to have the most RAM available to run the game.
TheWanderer, 20 Feb 2018What are the benefits of variable aperture?You can change the aperture between f2.4 to f1.5 based on the leaked. During daytime or bright sunlight, the f2.4 would work better as it capture less light, the shot will be less saturated or overexpose. Nightime, change to f1.5, it will absorb/capture more light to make the picture clearer in night.