SONYBEATSALL, 13 Feb 2015Sony will still remain the GOD of all phones Sony will beat a Samsung any day LOL all of you p... moreIt depends on what you need. If a phone that suits almost every need in your life then that's the best phone. For me S series flagships really are some of the best phones. I am happy with Samsung made phones.
Sony will still remain the GOD of all phones Sony will beat a Samsung any day LOL all of you people get bluffed by Samsung they come out with the second best phones the make is crappy as SONY was first to release a water proof smart phone!!!
Muhammad Fahim, 13 Feb 2015S2 is the best S series tbhEvery S- phone made by Samsung belong to the best phones section, depending on how you define a best phone.
Even S5 isn't doing well, it is still a good phone.
Sometimes it has to do with timing.
galaxy s2 , 13 Feb 2015I am still using galaxy s2 since day 1 it was launched....still using all the same original sp... moreGlad to hear that. I have a couple of friends who are still using S2 ever since released.
S2 is still a very good phone compared to the ones nowadays.
But, I think we should give S6 a try as it's expected to be HUGE!
Oh, there is no FM radio or DAB, again? Ok, I will stay with my old SGS3 or change to Xperia Z3. Bye, bye Sammi.
I am still using galaxy s2 since day 1 it was launched....still using all the same original spec.....
still capable to run everyday task and playing coc smoothly....
really hope s6 could impress me all around....
for s2 I am very pleased and appreciated all what have it serves me all these days.....and I am very very very proud of it masterpiece
competitively even Chinese phone manufactures will develop a 4gb ram phone
AnonD-360746, 13 Feb 2015Samsung is just not much of a competitive contender to apple or any other top smartphone manuf... moreIf you are referring Samsung's high-end phones to Apple and any other well-known mobile companies to recent years, then yes. However, in 2012 S3 did give iPhone some torubles for its premium design and well-appreciated processing. A lot of people chose S3 over iPhone 4s at that time.
Even S- and Note- flagsships struggled ever since then, Samsung didn't completely fell out of the competition line.
One of the most disadvantage of the new flagship phones is the absence of build in radio. Yes of now a days we can acquire different types of radio in play store but those radios need Internet connection whereas built in radio don't. Please add build in radio.
Samsung is just not much of a competitive contender to apple or any other top smartphone manufacturers at the moment,thus I doubt the S6 would be a bread winner fo the company. My fingers are crossed for Samsung to bring about change and reclaim its leadership once again with this device that we so devotedly await.:|
According to the Samsung sales tend, we anticipate a catastrophic future for this phone. In addition to this, I am wondering how many times Samsung will appear in court due to the massive amount of complaints, not just by phone manufacturer, but by many phone users that might be reluctant with s6 enormous number of flaws
AnonD-304840, 12 Feb 2015Galaxy S series are undisputed king and will be..
Galaxy S6 will be a game changer..I think, voice call or video call recording is important
This facility only have Nokia phones
team , can you suggest me a best smart phone with S2 dimensions(4.3)..
I hope S6 comes with s2 dimensions ...
To be the best cellphone the galaxy s6 just need: -suhd (quantum dots) display, 4gb of RAM, radio FM and 4gb of ram.
I was just reading through some of the comments about mentioning of multicore processors and the sort of thing.
A couple of things I would like to mention, Intel/AMD x64 processors can't really used as a valid comparison.
As for the 8-core handsets, it is multifaceted 1 CPU for higher powered tasks and the other for menial tasks like SMS texting, making calls or running background processes.
Whatever Samsung produces they really need to optimise the whole OS interface, so it doesn't get bogged down with "unresolvable" software.
Whether people would be willing to pay a little extra to compensate for less bloatware then it's another story however that might be the answer to cure their R&D and post production costs.