AnonD-534069, 09 May 2016You might want to try a more recent device to see the difference in performance. Anyways, it w... moreNobody said i haven't tried more recent devices.
I used the example of an older device because that's where the difference is more noticeable
Ravish, 07 May 2016Can anyone pls confirm which out of S7, HTC 10, LG G5 have 3 trays, i.e. 2 sim cards + micro s... moreif you have 2 trays you can mod the sim card and glue it on the SD card and you will have 2xsims + SD card . and it WORKS in ANY PHONE with 2 sims and SD card in 2 trays.
Anonymous, 08 May 2016I never said anything about perfection. There is always room for improvement in everything. To... moreYou might want to try a more recent device to see the difference in performance. Anyways, it was a great conversation, may we have greater ones in the future :)
Anonymous, 07 May 2016Yeah that's not what happenedWhatever. Believe or not, doesn't matter.
Just look around the comment section.
AnonD-534069, 08 May 2016I am no fan of any brand, I state what is fact and facts only. Every device has it's flaw, no ... moreI never said anything about perfection. There is always room for improvement in everything. Touchwiz being a bottleneck has always been greatly exaggerated.
With my note 2 the only thing cyanogenmod really made faster was installing apps.
And modified touchwiz with a good kernel proved much more useful.
Anonymous, 07 May 2016Well the way you worded it seemed to imply as such. And while N will allow more it's still hi... moreI am no fan of any brand, I state what is fact and facts only. Every device has it's flaw, no device is perfect. Samsung make great devices, amazing software optimisation for their system, but it so happens that TouchWiz is usually the bottleneck. If you slap on Cyanogenmod in a Samsung device, I'll admit, it will be the fastest device in the market. There is always room for improvement, and as of now, TouchWiz needs to be on Samsung's priority list, as it is the factor that pushes away potential customers. Alot of customers nowadays are seeking cleaner UI, less bloatware and reliability, in which TouchWiz lacks. Fix TouchWiz, and I assure you, Samsung will dominate the market.
Can anyone pls confirm which out of S7, HTC 10, LG G5 have 3 trays, i.e. 2 sim cards + micro sd slots?? Urgent pls.
I checked out the 10 at JB in Sydney today.
Absolutely outstanding. first-class in every way.
Feels, looks and behaves very solid. Best looking and feel in store in our opinion.
Htc 10 is the best attractive device imo
Time to upgrade my old phone
AnonD-534069, 07 May 2016None for now. But Android N is now capable of split-screen multitasking, in which leads other ... moreWell the way you worded it seemed to imply as such.
And while N will allow more it's still highly unlikely for others to quite match it. Technically speaking. However to the average joe they might not know the difference.
Your issue is the same as the rest of the deluded around. Speed test results. S6 blows all away. S7 basically at the top. Exynos one even holds most apps. S6/Note5 S7 Snapdragon reload apps.
OH MY GAWD TOUCHWIZ IS A DISASTER AND CANT MULTI TASK!!!!
Um......wow.....it reloads a few apps. Nothing more. Nothing less. Plain and simple. Has nothing to do with the real class leading multi tasking abilities. Has nothing to do with most of the other software. In no way discredits the speed of the device. Does not mean it does not actually hold some apps in average day to day usage. Does not mean the others don't actually reload a few in day to day usage at times.
Just simply that some apps in the ram reload. Flat out. Yet all you people sit there and make up all this unrealistic blabbering that it means touchwiz is terrible, cant multitask, and that it puts samsung so far behind.
Please actually try some logic here.
Anonymous, 07 May 2016And oh yeah...please enlighten us which phone does the actual multi tasking better? Ake split... moreNone for now. But Android N is now capable of split-screen multitasking, in which leads other devices able to do so. Other devices are slowly pacing their way towards better multitasking (windowed app, floating app, etc.), up until comes a time where all devices are capable of the same multitasking capabilities. All I'm saying is, if Samsung is not going to fix and improve TouchWiz, they're going to lose what makes it stand out amongst other devices.
AnonD-534069, 06 May 2016I might have to disagree on 'TouchWiz still leads in true multitasking' part there. Yes, Touch... moreAnd oh yeah...please enlighten us which phone does the actual multi tasking better?
Ake split screen, multi window, floating apps and such.
I hope this amazing device HTC 10 helps HTC to improve its results. Because it is necessary that HTC plays a significant role in the android world.
AnonD-534069, 06 May 2016I might have to disagree on 'TouchWiz still leads in true multitasking' part there. Yes, Touch... moreIt can switch between apps fine. Yes it still holds a few less. But that is not true multi tasking. Ots a form but more switching. Its multi window abilities is true multi tasking
Anonymous, 06 May 2016Ita actually a lot better on the S7. And it was never terrible. And touchwiz still leads in ... moreI might have to disagree on 'TouchWiz still leads in true multitasking' part there. Yes, TouchWiz does offer great multitasking capabilities, such as split-screen multitasking and windowed applications. But it is not the best in doing so. Switching between apps is where TouchWiz lacks the ability to constantly hold onto apps without closing them, in which other android phones (even the cheaper ones) are more than capable of executing. Other devices are catching up, and they're catching up fast, if Samsung is doing nothing about it, their going to have a hard time competing. TouchWiz is 'jack of all trades, master of none' when it comes to multitasking.