Anonymous, 03 Jun 2017Show you the link, I am not promote anything but there are something you have to know before y... moreOh for goodness sake, Who's discrediting qnovo????? Where at all have I done that??????
Can you even read?
Here, this is just to shut you up and make go back being the happy child you want to be: SONY ARE AWESOME AND THE BEST AT EVERYTHING EVER EVER EVER!!!!!!!!!
There Happy now?
Lex79, 03 Jun 2017Ok, your comment makes no sense whatsoever.
Let my try to explain it to you in terms you sh... moreShow you the link, I am not promote anything but there are something you have to know before you try to discredit Qnovo:
Anonymous, 02 Jun 2017A writer can pass a little message with "more that they had taken steps to deliver a similar c... moreOk, your comment makes no sense whatsoever.
Let my try to explain it to you in terms you should be able to understand (i.e. very simple like).
Samsung never said anything about qnovo, the did however make the claim that they had improved considerably the battery longevity (long term) when compared to the S7. As qnovo's sole purpose is to improve battery longevity in the long term, I have made the comparison.
Qnovo is not the the only means by which a battery's health can be improved over its lifetime you know, I say this as I'm getting the serious impression that you Sony fanboys are thinking that is the case.
Will Samsungs effort prove as effective as Qvono is claimed to be? Who knows, but it's a possibility at least.
Lex79, 31 May 2017I'm not a blogger and I never said they had implemented qnovo tech, more that they had taken s... moreA writer can pass a little message with "more that they had taken steps to deliver a similar capability", but Samsung never announce like0"more that we had taken steps to deliver a similar capability like Qnovo".
Anonymous, 31 May 2017If Samsung really make a good battery why they shy to promote it and just let the bloggers and... moreI'm not a blogger and I never said they had implemented qnovo tech, more that they had taken steps to deliver a similar capability. So give yourself a pat on the back for correcting my typo by all means... you still managed to completely misread my comment!
As to why Samsung are not making a bigger deal of this, who knows, you'll have to take that up with them.
Vollind, 31 May 2017Wrong, S8 won this cameraphone shootout quite easily (2017) as did the S7 win the cameraphone ... moreActually the winner of bling shootout in
2015 is Sony Z5
2016 is LG G5
2017 is Samsung
These three companies have amazing camera amd you can't go wrong if you choose one them and it's you to choose which phone suites your need the most as stated by GSMA
Lex79, 30 May 2017Don't know, but it's not just that one site mentioning it. Do a google search for this and you... moreIf Samsung really make a good battery why they shy to promote it and just let the bloggers and forum announce everything?
Samsung should state it clear and don't let bloggers promote it, it is just like bragging but actually Samsung never use qvono (qnovo, I correct you), that's only bragging by bloggers and you are one of them.
lacp, 22 May 2017You must be dreaming, XZs faster than Galaxy S8? That must be for laugh!... You are a blind So... moreActually there are a few head to head speed tests that back this up on Youtube: the XZP certainly seems faster at loading apps and running games than the S8.
Samsung have done a lot right this year: software optimisation still needs work, though.
Vollind, 31 May 2017Wrong, S8 won this cameraphone shootout quite easily (2017) as did the S7 win the cameraphone ... moreReally? That was their conclusion? They gave low light handheld to the S8 but all other categories were draws.
Now look at the photographs yourself: note the incorrect detail reproduction from the S8 on the shutters - it's not just "noisy" it's completely fictional. Note the terribly overblown colours. Take a gander at the unatural sharpening that leads to halo distortion and thickened edge details.
Actually look at the QUALITY of the S8's images in good light: it's not actually very good. Sure, it looks "pretty" but that's because it's completely artificial - it's what Samsung thinks you want to see to make you go "ahhhh" but it's not actually a particularly good photograph by any metric that any profesional photographer would give you.
I would choose both the XZP and the G6 over the S8 in daylight - they're both better. If you're choosing between the two of them, the XZP has less noise, more acurate colour reproduction and more detail.
Handheld at night - using the settings GSM used (they themselves point out that there are settings on the Sony that bring it level) - then the s8 is better than the others. But then stabilised with controlled ISO the Sony pulls a complete U turn and blows the S8 out of the water.
So if you only ever take photos handheld at night feel free to call the S8 the best here. But only if you selctively omit the inconvenient evidence that it's not particularly good the rest of the time.
WPL, 30 May 2017S8 win in your dream man read the review how xperia have improved with their new sensor, okay ... moreWrong, S8 won this cameraphone shootout quite easily (2017) as did the S7 win the cameraphone shootout in 2016. Not my opinion, but gsmarenas conclusions.
Maybe s8 won the sales but sorry the best flags this year is xzp and u11 they will destroy s8 from every aspect except its ugly screen ratio
Vollind, 30 May 2017Wrong, S8 has improved camera software and a new front autofocus camera. And again is the winn... moreS8 win in your dream man read the review how xperia have improved with their new sensor, okay i admit s8 fast at autofocusing but i hate its oversharpening and unnatural color
Innosaintify, 30 May 2017Yeeeaaahhhh... Samsung is not saying but others are saying it so it's for real. RiiiiigggghhhhtttAgain....what are you going on about? Have you recently missed some medication you are supposed to be taking or something?
The 'others' are saying it because it's what Samsung themselves have claimed.....do you follow? Is that simple enough for you?
I'm getting a strong impression that it doesn't take much to either confuse or annoy you (a clear sign that you spend much of your time in a state of both), so like I said earlier, get some help.
Lex79, 30 May 2017Don't know, but it's not just that one site mentioning it. Do a google search for this and you... moreYeeeaaahhhh... Samsung is not saying but others are saying it so it's for real. Riiiiigggghhhhttt
Anonymous, 30 May 2017I am curious why Samsung always promote gimmicks at their own website but this time the batter... moreDon't know, but it's not just that one site mentioning it. Do a google search for this and you will see many of the top sites reporting the same thing.
Innosaintify, 30 May 2017Now am making no sense, great.
"Makes sense that they would when you think about it really,... moreWhat in the world are you on about, a funeral?!?!?!?
No, the Note 7 problems were not to do with battery longevity, but in looking to correct those problems, and begin rebuilding consumer trust, Samsung have implemented features to extend battery life in the long term.
Look I'm sorry this news seems to somehow offend you, but that's your problem. Suggest you get some help, quickly.
Lex79, 29 May 2017Yes, but Samsung has since spent more just rectifying that particular problem in the S8 than m... moreThats a great link about Samsung improving battery life in the S8....especially after the note7 fiasco. And thats the same for Sony after over 12 million battery recalls between 2006 -2014.