[deleted post]You will find mostly people wanting (or not) S6 here, if you want to advertise for aqua, better post that on Aqua's page.
i actually feel the non-removable battery is a nce touch to the phone.
[deleted post]You should write an email to Samsung egypt instead of spamming your story on every comments section of the site.
Most people like to try new stuff and spend their money like a boss. Every phone user will feel dissatisfaction after using it.
Anyone else thinks this would look better, more sophisticated, without the word "samsung" on the front face of the phone? I think they should remove that for their next models. The name at the back is branding enough IMO.
Maryjane, 10 Mar 2015They literally change the whole branding on Samsung. Where we all used to feel the difference ... moreNo.
I feel the difference with Super Amoled display, high pixels/capable camera, more free OS, more manageable phone and touchwizz features.
If you bought Samsung for removable battery and microsd card slot only, i'm sorry for you bro (or sis).
The Samsung phone spec actually is in popular style but non-removable battery is the problem. Actually I’m interested with the phone but non-removable battery problem makes me disappointed.
They literally change the whole branding on Samsung. Where we all used to feel the difference between Samsung and Iphone is the battery and sd card.. Now looks like Samsung also want to be like Iphone. Design all also almost the same LOL
AnonD-48911, 10 Mar 2015Any pixel density over 300ppi, therefore, is only going to benefit a small minority of people ... moreExactly, and to me the excessive 1440p is a disadvantage because it makes the phone unnecessary slower than opponents like the htc one m9 and lg G flex2 which beats the s6 in GPU onscreen benchmarks. Now the s6 is not the best. Shame on you Samsung. I wish they release a galaxy alpha 2 with this processor and a 720 or 1080p screen, that would be flying fast!
Anonymous, 10 Mar 2015I don't understand why you would go from 1.9GHz, to 2.5GHz, then to 2.1GHz. Especially from Sn... moreactually, no, this is not the case. higher frequency does not always mean faster phone. the cpu in the s6 is much superior than the s5's.
Jai, 09 Mar 2015Thing I like are speaker at bottom rather than at back and camera apperture 1.9f, supperb...
... moreThe S6 just misses so many points that are critical that it just does not seem worth an upgrade....
Why Samsung has made such a blunder of not adding dual sim / ip 67 / sd card / removable battery is a mystery
I don't understand why you would go from 1.9GHz, to 2.5GHz, then to 2.1GHz. Especially from Snapdragon to Exynos. Unless you have some magic new technology to market, then my guess would be that this will be as fast, if not slower, than the previous model. What happened to progress?
raven, 10 Mar 2015got this from pcpro.uk while browsing.
problem with AMOLED displays is that th... morePeople dual posting same comment on both S6 and S6edge, are pure trolls.
Now like i said, never happened to me even if it can be true.
But you are telling yourself the solution. And that solution is off by default on Android.
And even for people wanting to have their screen on, there's a screensaver/daydream setting. So keep your anti Amoled (anti Samsung) propaganda out.
AnonD-359663, 10 Mar 2015Once again you are comparing phones that are released two years apart. Multi window is not gim... moreDon't bother with him, another fool trying to hard make sense by comparing 2 different generations phones. The real comparison was in 2013, he haven't realize it yet.
Anonymous, 10 Mar 2015a flagship is a phone that gets released at 1000€ to be sold at 700€ after 6 months AND THAT T... moreJust go buy a Nokia 3310 if you are so cheap and picky against technology.
That phone was probably 400+$ when released and yet no one complained about the price. Its price went down too you know?
Anonymous, 10 Mar 2015a flagship is a phone that gets released at 1000€ to be sold at 700€ after 6 months AND THAT T... morePerhaps you might want to consider the R&D costs, labour costs, marketing costs etc. Your laptop might have a hardware worth $600 but you will end up paying $1000 or more.