TheNeighbor, 30 Dec 2015You know I care more about functionality than shiny fragile glass.It's just the way you said it bro. Carry on lol
JunStark, 30 Dec 2015Hi guys, im thinking of getting a new phone and im going to ask for your opinions. Which of th... moreSo I had the s6 edge and I switched to the Note 5. First of all, the edge on the s6 is useless. I hardly used it because I even forgot it was there. Secondly, the phone started overheating the same week i got it, and it would drain the battery, and sometimes even power off. Thirdly,the battery would drain easily either way, I had to charge it a couple of times a day. Fourthly, it would randomly freeze. Lastly, the size was too small for me. However,the camera is golden. Best camera I had had so far until the Note 5. People loved whenever I took pictures because of how clear and perfect it would be. The speakers were great and the screen is really clear.The gorilla glass on both sides give it a very sleek and sophisticated look. All in all, I would give it a 5 out of 10. Now the Note 5 is too good to be true. It feels like an s6 but a better version. So far no overheating, the battery life is awesome and the camera is superb. I really have no complaints about it and the small extra features that come with the stylus are a plus. Also if you are a vlogger then this is the phone for you because you get to stream your YouTube videos directly from the phone. I Definitely recommend The Note 5 over the s6 edge.
absolut-allen, 30 Dec 2015Dude.. that wasn't a good argument if you think about what you said lol. Just sayingYou know I care more about functionality than shiny fragile glass.
TheNeighbor, 30 Dec 2015Amazing logic you have... It's not only movies - tv shows, audio books, MUSIC and e-books. Sea... moreyes . in 128 gb u can store alllllll the movies in note 3. and watch them again and again.
pl dont misguide people
. and for u go to a movie hall see the difference. and while in bus enjoy some snacks and the outside beauty.
TheNeighbor, 30 Dec 2015Yes, and that's you carry two phones to compensate for something. I only carry one plastic rea... moreDude.. that wasn't a good argument if you think about what you said lol.
Hi guys, im thinking of getting a new phone and im going to ask for your opinions. Which of these 2 phones is the beast? SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 5 or SAMSUNG GALAXY S6 EDGE PLUS? looking forward for your replies... thanks in advance... happy new year to all...
Tcool, 30 Dec 2015You mean to say you keep on watching those movies over and over again? That's weird. One time ... moreAmazing logic you have... It's not only movies - tv shows, audio books, MUSIC and e-books. Seasons of TV series. What? I'm not allowed to have favorites I could rewatch? I can't listen audio books or read books again? Or have VOLUMES (like 50GB) of music to choose from? You mean you've only been watching EVERY movie only ONCE?
TheNeighbor, 30 Dec 2015LOL. Not for my media. It'll take FOREVER to wait for steaming to happen. I have 1080p movies ... moreYou mean to say you keep on watching those movies over and over again? That's weird. One time watching is enough, no need to store all of those movies in the phone and that is common sense.
Tcool, 30 Dec 2015So you admitted that there is storage cloud. End of discussion!LOL. Not for my media. It'll take FOREVER to wait for steaming to happen. I have 1080p movies that I'd like to watch. Service speeds slow down, and 2-4GB per movie will stutter with only 10-30gbps.
And I can be anywhere with low signal reception and enjoy my media. This is common sense 101.
Tcool, 30 Dec 2015Encrypt or whatever, once stolen, they are gone and bye bye to all your files!LOL. Encryption function has been around for years now. And backup of your embarrasing content can be uploaded with cloud. The thing about my microSD card is that I don't store anything personal like pictures - which are defaulted with the internal memory. Only entertainment or reading media copies are stored in the card in the event it gets lost or corrupted.
This is storage security 101. Didn't you know?
TheNeighbor, 30 Dec 2015There is something called enryption function. Call up your Samsung help hotline on how that works.Encrypt or whatever, once stolen, they are gone and bye bye to all your files!
TheNeighbor, 30 Dec 2015Yes, and that's you carry two phones to compensate for something. I only carry one plastic rea... moreOh FYI, my phone is made up of premium glasses. Higher than Corning Gorilla Glass 3. Not cheap plastic phone.
Tcool, 30 Dec 2015Then make your own phone with everything you want in it and stop complaining!Yes, the typical answer for the status-quo Mr. 64GB.
Tcool, 30 Dec 2015Memory card in phone is the most unreliable storage. If the phone gets stolen, bye-bye to all ... moreThere is something called enryption function. Call up your Samsung help hotline on how that works.
TheNeighbor, 30 Dec 2015The only thing that's making all this nonsense prevailing is that silly wireless charging syst... moreThen make your own phone with everything you want in it and stop complaining!
Tcool, 30 Dec 2015So you have two plastic phones. You are really a plastic lover.Yes, and that's you carry two phones to compensate for something. I only carry one plastic rear phone.
Bunyip22, 30 Dec 2015Yep... It's like Lamborghini bringing out a new model with 70 percent less boot space than th... moreThe only thing that's making all this nonsense prevailing is that silly wireless charging system that Samsung is INSISTING everyone will get into. It's still slow, rendering your battery to be more degraded with more heat. That's why they make the rears with fragile glass which the less critical thinking buyers think as "premium". They should also stop the silly UFS memory if that thing is never going to be compatible with memory expansion, or just come out with 64GB as default, with up to 256GB as the top most.
Samsung should just have a double-capacity battery VERSION if they're going sealed battery all the way. 10000mAh if they have to. I'd like a non-rear-glass Galaxy Note 6 with 256GB internal and 10000mAh sealed battery. I won't compalin about removable battery or microSD card expansion ever.