Anonymous, 07 May 2016Wont happen sorry. I love the removable battery on the GN4 but dont use it much. With a 4000+ ... moreI really still hope a removable battery comes to the Note 6. Fixed battery and needing to mentally to keep turning off notifications and radios everytime should not be a thing today, all so that you can have power till you get home. Yeah, you can keep plugging in before going home, and probably carry around a powerbank - again such hassle that matches the answering the problems of iPhone users.
Especially for someone like me who has unlimited data plan, I bought myself 5000mAh and 10000mAh extended batteries so I do not worry about such nonsense. Unlike powerpacks that are physically connected to the the microUSB port, extended batteries are more efficient as they DIRECTLY power the device. No transfer waste of which amount to 20 to 35% of stored power.
I can use up to 8GB data, or even more in a day. The Zerolemon 10000mAh has become my favorite, and can give me more than 24 hours. After 60 cycles, my Excel spreadsheet calculated in proportion to actual hours use, and battery percentage use projects an average 31 hours with the WAY I PERSONALLY use the Note 3. I'm averaging 15 hours of actual use daily, and 5.5 hours average Screen On Time usage. I just plug it in when i get home, and it's around 30% to 40% left - which is good for battery management avoiding deep discharge.
It's all about having options for long usage like how I use. Any sort of wireless charging and fast wired charging adds more heat, and just ruins the battery faster in a year or so. This is even why I ask my wife never to use fast charging to spare her S7 Edge.
And the very wonderful thing about removable battery system: I wait 0 charging HOURS to get 100% charge back by just changing the battery to a fresh one. Spent battery is charge on a charging cradle.
Since Galaxy S7 is already IP68 certified, it is safe to assume that Note 6 will be IP68 certified also. The captive market of Note 6 is mainly business users who go to the office every day. The waterproof feature will be a very significant upgrade to this product line.
The 6 GB RAM will be very useful for running multiple simultaneous applications, which is a normal thing nowadays. I am not talking about games, but of documents, business apps, etc.
Now, the stylus has always been a useful tool to Note users. I am expecting new features for Note 6. I will also look forward to increased screen sensitivity.
Overall, this premium phone should meet the users' expectations or else it will fail to sell. The smartphone market has grown incredibly, and people are diverting to cheaper phones with mid-range specs. However, I am still saving up for this phone, and I hope to be amazed when it comes out.
jith, 10 May 2016I don't understand why Samsung is reducing pixel densityPast a certain point more MP on a small mobile sensor only adds image noise.
AnonD-500724, 06 May 2016Dear.smartphone containing this specification will come in 2018 only in samsung......and in ap... moreSir iPhone's latest model out performs android' latest.dont get fooled by those cores.I own one latest iPhone and one latest from note series.I keep note5 for movies and YouTube.otherwise iPhone is best to keep whole day.
the pixel small but u guyz need to knw that s7 and note 6 are using dual pixel technology which is give u faster auto-focus and clearer images that 16 mp and 21 mp camera doesn't do
many guys are commenting wrong about the camera or its quality, u know, samsung always pay its best of the best, like s7, s6, note 4,5,and now its 6.
The camera and its quality is much higher than 16mp camera of any other phone, like huawei, etc, also the best thing of samsung is about its hiigghheerr resolution display, it provides a great look !!!!! nothing is like samsung for its quality, and its servises that it is providing.
but i have a stuning question to samsung, - why samsung is not launching A9 in india and A9 pro.
bcaus i m waiting it for 9 months
Paddy , 06 May 2016Removable battery is a must! What on earth were they thinking when they decided to do away wit... moreMust have the removable battery - I wont move from the 4th version and what gives with cutting out the sd card... bean counters???
I just have a question, the one who have note 4 or note 5 or even note 6,during use this phone what is the difference that he will notice?
AnonD-521155, 08 May 2016I like this phone his fantastic phone ever.Samsung his the top number 1 in phone ever the sams... moreFor what reason yo like samsung,this is a phone note computer,this instead of the very bad quality in samsung phones as opposite as iphone and sony
AnonD-88759, 07 May 2016I would like to see stereo speakers!As long as they aren't on the front face stereo speakers would be fine... It would make a 5.8" phone to big otherwise.
I like this phone his fantastic phone ever.Samsung his the top number 1 in phone ever the samsung i love my favourite manufacter phone is samsung
The camera is 12 MP only, need the rear camera is 20 MP, that is perfect
I insist on a removable battery; if not, no deal. LG here I come...
Paddy , 06 May 2016Removable battery is the answer!!!!Wont happen sorry. I love the removable battery on the GN4 but dont use it much. With a 4000+ mAh battery I would be lucky to need it once a year. The large majority on note users would probably be in the same boat. My main concern is what the battery life is like after 12 months of heavy used... normally it doesn't bother me as i upgrade every year except for the GN5 which was an epic fail.