Hi. I have S6 for 10 months. So far so good. No problems at all. Works very well. Sometimeshe gets more hot but its not always.
In camera it was superb. In daylight was very good. At night is not to good but he fights hard against the others.
One of best points its time charging. Arround 1h20 minutes its very good. The battery was good enought for me. Could be better, of course.
The main problems could be no water resistance and more resistance to accidental falls. The fact of no micro Sd slot is not a big problem. If you change your stuff like photos and movies to pc its perfect. For me, 32gb is more than enought.
And, it was a beatiful phone.
After this my next smartphone is going to be a Sony device. The brand cannot have the reputacion of Samsung, but they have a very strong personality and that is more important for me.
There is almost best features in this smartphone but it has wrost battery backup ever. If u want this handset, u will compromise with its wrost battery backup.
Its written on my s6 box "SM-920F flexi" what does flexi means? does it mean flexible?
One of the sturdiest and most durable phones ever. I play a MOBA ( Vainglory ) game on my S6. I hit virtual buttons too hard, and one time I was so frustrated with my teammates, I slammed the phone ( Well, just to my bed ). And I lost count on how many times I dropped the phone from my pocket to the ground ( road ). One really durable phone. The only problem I encounter is how it gets hot when 1. ) maximized and 2.) when being charged. The Camera is great. Best camera in daylight in my opinion. But Iphone is better when it comes to nightmode. - ARC
I upgraded to this Samsung S6 because of the better camera. I was pleasantly surprised that the camera is even better than anticipated. In fact I did a side be side comparison with my DSLR. I went through a benchmark of photos in different conditions and closely inspected the images. The images were almost as good and some as good. I rarely use the DSLR anymore.
This phone is also super snappy fast. There is just something about it, that makes you feel good clicking away on it. Wish my laptop could be half as fast.
We purchased an S6 about three months ago which developed problems. It constantly reboots and gets hot. I looked on the web and found this is s common problem. I contacted Samsung and they were good about getting it to their repair facility; however, they denied coverage stating the motherboard was damaged by water. The phone has never gotten wet and not only that, either they or the shipper shattered the back of the phone when they returned it to us. I spent $400 buying it and now have a voided warranty, a broken phone, and a phone call saying they are sorry for the inconvenience. I will never buy a Samsung product again and I suggest you research the web yourself to see the problems the S6 is having before you buy one.
Maverick Sumit, 03 Sep 2016Solved the problem. Kept phone charging for 2.5 hours switching it off. And when I turned it o... moreGood.
Forget to mentioned.
After charging, try to switch off the phone, then switch on.
That is after charging, i find the phone is a bit not steady on the animation.
Also, sometimes the phone need to rest, by switch off for few hours.
One of the worst phones. Display stops working in 8 month and Samsung Service support is bad. Over all bad experience with Samsung.
AnonD-282972, 03 Sep 2016Just Got New S/W Update for Indian #SG_S6 INU .... File Size 311.40MBI updated it and I cannot find anything new and even it's not the September patch. Performance is also the same.
techlord777, 03 Sep 2016What is the ampèrage of the charger? Is your device switched off during charge? Is it... moreYes I switched it off and then charged it with the original charger and it worked for me
What is Wi-Fi calling.?
Can anybody tell me about wifi calling..?
Just Got New S/W Update for Indian #SG_S6 INU .... File Size 311.40MB
Maverick Sumit, 31 Aug 2016Cannot charge it fully. Any solution?
What is the ampèrage of the charger?
Is your device switched off during charge?
Is it an original charger?
scorpio, 30 Aug 2016? s6 doesn't have an sd card slot ?Still not convinced?
Blame Hyun Yeul Liar.
No, but they sacrificed convinience for design. And they reduced the stuff to the menus and settings on a flagship device, which is actually meant to have as many capabilities as possible.
I am very sorry to say that. Wait for the price drop of the successor.
AnonD-577393, 31 Aug 2016Which model in S6 has SD card slot? I am very sorry to say, that no Galaxy S6 has an SD-Card-Reader built into the device itself. They also have removed USB 3.0 and MHL-MicroHDMI. If you insert a MHL-cale into the S6, the next device (e.g. Note 3) will detect that cable, but the TV will not recieve any signal.
But USB-OTG was blessed by Samsung‼ You can use it to read USB-Sticks, power some accessories such as a MicroUSB-Fan (USB-C on the Galaxy Bomb 7 would make it possible to blow the wind in both directions), and you can read any other USB-Device with USB-OTG-Adapters. There are also USB3-OTG-Adapters for S5 and Note 3. But you can also read multpile devices at the same time with an USB-Multiplier hub.)
I really hope, that I could help you with my reply.
Anonymous, 02 Sep 2016i have bought s6(SM-920F) second hand phone.Now i have noticed that on rear there is only impr... morehttp://arstechnica.com/apple/2011/02/ask-ars-what-do-the-symbols-on-the-back-of-iphones-mean/
Nothing else than the Samsung-logo-label itself? On phones with removable battery, some important information is usually printed inside of the battery placeholder, which you can read by opening the back covver and remove the battery. On phones with a battery, which is not considered as user-replaceable (the battery of the S6 can actually be replaced, but one doing that risks losing the warrenty), it should be printed on the back cover. Due to some rule-changes, some manufacturers cease to do that ( https://9to5mac.com/2014/11/27/back-of-idevices-set-to-lose-ugly-fcc-markings-as-e-label-act-signed-by-president-obama/ ), just to achieve CLEANER designs, but nobody actually even notices those symbols. They could contain some information, that could be interesing. And the model number (S6: G920F) should also be printed there. And the boot screen, which has been uglified since the S5 with every new generation, shows that Android-Logo (Â„powered by Google Android technologyÂ“ or something similar) since S5 (I actually like that), but no longer the model number (G900F or G901F? I am so curious‼) I know, I can look that up in the settings, but is there any reason for removing it? Cleaner boot screen? You just look at it for three seconds. Is a rookie confused by those numbers? Just ignore them!
I am glad, that many manufacturers still use dark boot screens. Every iPhone since iOS 7 (except iPhone 5c) uses a white background with a dark Apple as a boot screen. What's wrong with that? THe skeuomorphistic white Apple on a dark background looked more beautiful, glowed in the dark instead of looking like a creepy shadow, and if the left power in the battery is close to zero (but maybe 5 % reserve power to protect the battery itself), the white backgound could weaken the battery and cause the device to shut off instantly, like cutting off power. THis is, what usually happens with phones, that have a miscalibrated battery. Additionally, booting the phone in dark places with this white background hurts everybody's eyes as much as the camera shutter effect, which blacks out the camera viewfinder for the fraction of a seccond can be for epileptic people. Epilepsy is described on Wikipedia, if somebody does not know, what it is. There is not even a model number or a label (name of the phone, e.g. iPhone 6s) on that bootscreen.
Random fact: I think, I once saw a phone by Sharp or Panasonic or maybe Acatel, where custom text could be added to it. But I do not know, which device it was.