Anonymous, 12 Mar 2016lol I can see you are now stuck with an old Apple phone. Trust God not Apple.iphone 6 plus is an old iphone ? What ? And I don't trust apple,is so hard for you to check a benchmark ? The only downside at iphones is that are have low RAM.But its not a big problem,2GB of RAM în ios can competent with 4GB on android.And ios can do anything android can with jailbreak
AnonD-442781, 12 Mar 2016That's why I mentioned vulkan. When games start using it multicore performance will become far... moreSo it doesnt work exactly how you use your phone right now? no 2 phones will. Quick settings? How many do you want. iOS has quick toggles for wifi, flight mode, blue light filter, bluetooth, do not disturb. Universal back key i really dont see as a problem at all. App switching is more useful, and edge swipes for forward and backwards movement in apps supplies all of the funtionality of a back key. No true multitasking? In what sense. Apps can do what they need in the background. iPad can split screen, iPhone no, as screen is too small. Media consumption is no problem, if using legal content, really easy. If illegal content, then some fantastic third party apps that will manage and playback content. I am not sure any of your points are relevant. You have just got used to the way your current OS works and find anything that doesnt work exactly the same is more difficult/annoying. That is the same for anything when you get used to something, change is generally more difficult
Long time apple user recently switched to the samsung s6 128gb and love it. But why would I want the s7 with 32gb, I know you can add a SD card but samsung messed that up too. The s6 is the better phone.
How long it can record 4k? Last time it was 5min... Also considering amoled I wonder how phone would last in inverse colors.
AnonD-197278, 12 Mar 2016Wait for the endurance rating of LG G5 before the assumptions... As I said, as long as the G5 scores at least 70, I won't consider the S7. If you understand electronics, constantly switching on and off burns power fast. This is the reason I think AMOLED isn't as efficient as tests suggest. Tests show static images, while normal usage has changing images (on and off switching OLEDs)
AnonD-433808, 12 Mar 2016It took 5 to 6 generations to Samsung to finally build a good design phone. I guess I have to ... moreif you are so clever try Nova launcher or something like that BUT with Apple you cant. Just stuck like sheep and putting flowers on the grave of Jobs. I can feel your loss. RIP S.Jobs and Apple
Anonymous, 12 Mar 2016Problem is. Yes Samsung will win in a multi core test. iPhone will win in Single core test. Bu... moremany try Marshmalow 6.0.1 you will be shocked at the speed. They got it right in every department.
Anonymous, 12 Mar 2016Problem is. Yes Samsung will win in a multi core test. iPhone will win in Single core test. Bu... moreThat's why I mentioned vulkan. When games start using it multicore performance will become far more important. Also, all apps with heavy usage, like Web browser, maps, mail, use multiple cores efficiently.
And ios is crippled. Doesn't have quick settings in notification tab, can't install night mode and a number of other utility apps, no universal back key, no true multitasking, media consumption is made more difficult than it should be, and a number of other things I use on a daily basis. That's the very definition of crippled.
I like big phones,Top specs, and a large screen make a perfect phone but this tiny one no way to buy Samsung need to make a big phone at least 6.4"inch then we can talk
AnonD-451592, 12 Mar 2016S4 is comparable in performance with iphone 5 or lets say 5S,just check some benchmarks or spe... morelol I can see you are now stuck with an old Apple phone. Trust God not Apple.
Anonymous, 12 Mar 2016yeah. i will too. samsung despite using sd 820 .marshmallow. amoled has such a low endurage r... moreWhat nonsense are you talking about? Amoled is very efficient, and Samsung's qhd doesn't take that much more battery than fhd. Overall battery endurance for the s7 should be much better than the g5, and there's no way it'll compare with the s7 edge.
AnonD-380093, 12 Mar 2016iOS is matter of time to became android. If do so then there is no chance to 6s to beat Galaxy... moreS4 is comparable in performance with iphone 5 or lets say 5S,just check some benchmarks or speed test videos,iphone 6S is faster even than S7.I think you are an ignorant samsung fan who thinks that 100 care CPU with 5 GHz is better than a dual core with 1.8 GHz and 100 megapixels are better than 12..
AnonD-442781, 12 Mar 2016Only people who don't understand anything start citing antutu like that. For some silly reason... moreProblem is. Yes Samsung will win in a multi core test. iPhone will win in Single core test. But how many apps are optimised for all 8 cores? Is the operating system fully optimised to take full advantage of 8 cores? Single core would be more important I would suggest as it would be used more often. 2nd, iOS is crippled? Really? Please discuss. Whilst nobody doubts that Android has more customisation, please enlighten the readers as to what Android does that is so much better that makes iOS crippled
AnonD-356210, 12 Mar 2016S7 scores lower than the iphone 6s in antutu. And maybe the galaxy s12 will catch up the 6s at... moreOnly people who don't understand anything start citing antutu like that. For some silly reason antutu 6.0 severely underweight multicore when api like vulkan would give them much much more value. Antutu also doesn't take resolution into account, so having 4x the number of pixels severely hurts the score.
In reality, the s7 performs better. And that says nothing about how android has much m9re functionality than the crippled ios to the point it shouldn't matter even if the iPhone has better performance.
AnonD-276592, 12 Mar 2016Do I need to test the battery by myself for myself?Battery test takes longer, it usually comes later.
Anonymous, 12 Mar 2016No in everything S7 still beat iphone7 lol apart from that the 6 month old iPhone 6S has better CPU and GPU performance. Thats before the iPhone 7 even comes out. Now its funny, iPhone users have for years said benchmarks dont matter its about real world performance, whilst Samsung guys were claiming to be the best based on their benchmarks. Funny now that Samsung arent number 1, suddenly the same people say benchmarks dont matter. Im not saying that they do, because they generally dont, but its funny how attitude has changed now that Samsung are not number 1 in benchmarks