My question is how can samsung build a phone that is only 6,7 mm in thickness and still has a much better battery than the 6s, despite the little space in the phone? Is apple really using that old batteries or are they just not aware of modern phone building techniques?
Anonymous, 27 May 2016Still better than iPhoneI agree with you even though i comment that
I cant wait for this phone's release in Africa. I would get one for everyone I know!!!
An S6 with a memory card , and probably at half the price...I love Samsung for its constant innovations
Some maniacs be like:
No Front Flash? - Bad
No Notification light? - Bad
No Gorilla Glass? - Bad
No Stereo Speaker? - Bad
No Radio? - Bad
No Gyroscope? - Bad
Snapdragon 617? - Bad
Micro USB? - Bad
Design copy of iphone and htc? - Bad
Then dont buy M.F. Why you are here? Go for S7.
By the way, Now for the 2600 mah battery: Galaxy J5 (6) has 3100 mah battery but endurance rating is not good as Sony Xperia X which has 2620 mah battery.
Bigger battery does not mean Bigger battery life. Upcoming Moto Z Play also has 2600 mah battery.
PGHammer, 28 May 2016Did anyone ever think that the "C" could well stand for "China"? This is not the first ODM (e... moreI hope Galaxy C5 will be launched in Europe,cause I like Iphone design and color,but with Samsung logo behind and bigger battery than Apple devices,hahah...
5.2" with 2600 mAh? Plus snapdragon 617? I dont think battery is not enough.
Samsung has become more superior since Mr.Jobs had passed away , They are miles ahead while Samsung has the VR , and wireless charge, Apple still has neither , and still in trouble with there icloud hacks and with its Iphone 5c unlocking for the shooting incident, as well as being hit with one of their biggest quarterly loss in 20 years. Cook will never be Jobs.
Did anyone ever think that the "C" could well stand for "China"? This is not the first ODM (even this year) that may not be headed to either Europe OR the US (the Galaxy Tab Iris is being produced for the enterprise/governmental/health-care market in India, for example); further, their midrange actually has more customers than ours (and Europe put together). Lastly, the iPhone has dropped in popularity in China - but it IS still popular; unlike the US or Europe, Asia in general, and China in particular, actually HAS a midrange phone/phablet market - in the US, most of the PHABLET market is alongside the high-end (look at where the Note 5 is compared to the S7/S7 Edge). The US (and Europe) hate and DESPISE midrange devices - it's why not just Lumias (and W10M in general) but midrange Android devices get a TON of scorn.