Anonymous, 24 Feb 2016Super phone With the Touch-wiz you will know meaning of lag.
AnonD-114015, 04 Mar 2016well honestly speaking, even back in the ages of nokia N series, i've never used the removable... moreWhen I had Nokia N82, I bought a double capacity extended battery for it. With non-removable battery, it would be impossible to do.
The feature i'd really like in android flagships (atleast samsung's) is the support for s pen. I've got a note 10.1 2014 and the s pen is the highlight of it... I know there is a decided note series for the s pen, but it would be since even if the S series phones support it....
well honestly speaking, even back in the ages of nokia N series, i've never used the removable battery "feature". as in, never took it out to put in a backup battery... Well, thats just me, and to be honest, iam not interested in fast charging either, but wireless charging is a thumbs up as iam used to it for the past couple of years (lumia 925) :D...
back to android again :P
AnonD-367917, 24 Feb 2016Anonymous... I usually choose not to reply to people who hide behind a nominate, or cannot be ... moreYour comment was a good base for me to write a summary, objective truth about the phones. I have to repeat the facts because most people are being misled by the false informations, marketing and they have no clue about phones. For example the incompetent, brainwashed people think the phones must be thinner, and they think it's worth to sacrifice useful features (like removable battery) to make the phone even thinner.
"Only if users keep taking the battery below 10%, and then fast charging or wireless charging (heat kills batteries)."
Wrong. The batteries degrade even if you don't discharge them under 10%.
Kolbycool, 26 Feb 2016Hi, nice initial review. Any comments on the speaker at the bottom of the device? How is the ... moreSorry to burst your bubble, but only phones with stereo speakers can even remotely compare to Boomsound. Stuff like single rear- or down-facing speakers simply cannot compare to that.
AnonD-444894, 28 Feb 2016LG is always behind Samsung ... The Amoled screen and Camera is always better in Samsung.
And the overall build quality, quality control, network reception and many other things.
Apples and Oranges. No point of comparison.
Bootsboy, 24 Feb 2016No so. I've done an elaborate spreadsheet analysis to compare the vitals. LG5 is fine, but S... moreLG is always behind Samsung ... The Amoled screen and Camera is always better in Samsung.
TV couch potato, 23 Feb 2016Can anyone confirm if s7 or s7 edge has infrared port??No
ithehappy, 24 Feb 2016Nah, all along in the Nokia glory days they didn't bother to put "glass" in their phones. That... moreYeah, alright mate. The S6 has blown every other flagship Sammy I've owned out of the water. The literal ONLY downside was not having the SD slot which I got over with my unlimited 4G data package and the 100GB+ of cloud storage they give you. Don't see the point of having phones like these on peasant contracts anyway.
Hi, nice initial review. Any comments on the speaker at the bottom of the device?
How is the quality? Good lows? Decent volume?
I am coming from an HTC One M7 with dual front-facing BoomSound speakers and would like to get an Galaxy S7, but I am a bit worried about losing too much sound quality ...
The plus point of this phone : waterproof, god low light camera. The body design is average, so just wait for Iphone 7 and S note 6
shabih29, 22 Feb 2016It wont be because you called it, it will happen because they will run out of ideas to incorpo... moreNah, all along in the Nokia glory days they didn't bother to put "glass" in their phones. That's how they become a leader, an iconic brand. Like I said, putting glass on a mobile phone is ridiculous idea, period.
S6 and Note 5 are one of the worst made Samsung phones, LOL!
Hope it doesn't use PWM for brightness as it causes migraines and eye pain.
Those complaining about battery, power banks have become very cheap...better than removable batteries that to u can charge your phone 3 times..