AnonD-22824, 25 Jun 2015@ The naighbour -Inbuild water and dust proofing from samsung is much better than the bulky r... moreI get 100% power back in 80 seconds with boot up time included. I can also charge the spent battery with the cradle desk charger connected to a power bank in the bag while my device stays totally wireless. Why do I do this? Well, my Galaxy Note on my unlimited LTE data service is my main source for my downloads. Just over the last three weeks, I got to used over 100GB for reinstalling my Steam games and the usual 20GB of media I can consume. I use internet radio, Bluetooth is always connected to my Bluetooth earset.
Honestly, why didn't they put this battery in the S6 and S6 Edge? I would rather prefer 1.8 mm more thickness on a phone than a slim, fragile one with a weak battery. And to be honest, 8.6 mm is not too thick. I am using a Z3 compact and it's quite thin. The LG G4 for example is 9.8mm thick so the S6/Edge with 8.6mm would not have been that bad.
Just imagine if Samsung galaxy S6 active would come by 720p screen resolution, I must 15-17 hours of screen time....beast
AnonD-60230, 25 Jun 2015and this device seriously looks ugly as hell! though Overall device has no other downside but ... more@ The naighbour -Inbuild water and dust proofing from samsung is much better than the bulky risky waterproofing cases from 3rd party oems and now a days good quality powerbanks charges a 3000 or a 3500 mah batterys in a matter of 45 to 50 mins from 0 to 100 % @mg i can anytime compromise looks over productivity i am not going to buy this for show off but hey this phone is not ugly to me for sure.what u r doing is u r just thinking abt this phone in ur day to day life which might be a little boring think of this phone a as outdoor and adventours person u will not find it ugly u will find it most beautiful phone in world...... If not everything just giimee a 64 gb version and i am sold.
Matt, 25 Jun 2015Attract xperia zu user?with a phone that looks like an untreated mole ? Hahahai am xperia user (xperia z3) and like really hard this phone mb this will be my next phone. when i buy a xperia i buy it for his specs. no for his look. i wana a phone to show it i buy and iphone (i hate ios)
AnonD-13148, 25 Jun 2015Now, make this available worldwide and you'd attract a portion of those Xperia Z users and thi... moreAttract xperia zu user?with a phone that looks like an untreated mole ? Hahaha
Anonymous, 25 Jun 2015People are complaining about battery life on S6. So stop parroting the reviewers. They onle ha... moreAnd no one complains about HTC or lg or Sony or apples battery life? Are you stupid? Why are you here in gsmarena if you don't agree with test? Just to.troll? You probably never owned any Samsung phones and your talking like an expert of Samsung phones now? Lol
Anonymous, 25 Jun 2015If you still haven't noticed, Samsung actually makes thin phones with good battery life. Show ... morePeople are complaining about battery life on S6. So stop parroting the reviewers. They onle have these devices for 2 or 3 days and have no notion of true day-to-day usage. As for this device I'm convinced that in daily use it will be disappointing, just the S6, due to all that white in the UI. It seems that Samsung themselves have given up on the true battery-saving advantages of their SAMOled screens. Fools.
I have a question:
The Galaxy S6 Active does have the Qi charging?
There is a info that it does have, but i'm not sure...
As outdoor phone, there is no other brand to compete with a spec in this field with samsung (not just s6).
Only downside is 32GB mem. There are outdoor cases for note4 that got sdcard - maybe only alternative...
Ugh, despite the good battery life per charge, I would have liked it SOMEHOW Samsung will retain a removable battery and a micro SD slot for the Note 5. The S6 Active - I can understand the sealed battery. Reviewers have cited the new Active to providing at least 5 good solid hours of screen time on. Still a sealed battery on the upcoming Note 5 would just have us heavy users having to plug in and carry power banks. I'd like to be able to put in a ZeroLemon brand tripling the battery more efficiently than an external battery jacket that's just going to waste power transferring energy to the internal battery. I mean, having batteries replacing the spent one gives you 100% power than having to wait to charge, and the spent ones be charge at home on a cradle charger. Waterproofing and ruggedness can be attained with the many selection of waterproof cases.
should have been priced higher while adding 128gb storage or launch different storage versions if samsung wants to edit out micrd-sd
looks ugly but then again, it isn't designed to be aesthetically pleasing.also is pretty compact for a rugged phone
beast of a phone....future-proofed and ready to take for an adventure.
indeed meant for active people.....i have a feeling this is going to sell a lot
Now, make this available worldwide and you'd attract a portion of those Xperia Z users and this would mean more profit.