Can you use a memcard on the sim 2 slot instead,if you wont be using 2 simcards?
Anonymous, 27 Dec 2015battery drains very fast. Till date this is worst battery that i have seen in any phone i have... moreIm choosing s6 or a5 2016. Im already disappointed to s6 because of its battery life. Battery is very important.
Can someone clarify that BOTH Sim1 & Sim2 to can be on 4G/LTE allbeit that you can only use one at a time. Thx, Dare2bee -Australia
AnonD-488655, 15 Jan 2016I know a dual sim phone cannot have both networks on 3g or 4g at the same time, but when I tra... moreIt allows both Sim slot to use 3G/4G, but only one at a time. I am using it now.
Its mid feb. But there is no update of Marshmallow. Though I am loyal to Samsung, this time i am fed up with this product.
DON'T BUY THIS PHONE, it is always losing signal, i sold it after 3 weeks only, plus battery sucks big time.
I'm starting to get worried. So far, I haven't received any updates. It's already February. There could be a slightly high chance that the Duos line will be left out in the dark.
stv, 19 Jan 2016I see that both sim slots are 3g/4g but does anyone know if 3g can be used at same time in bot... moreI believe only one sim card can use 3G or 4G st any one time. (hundreds of revues state this) If however, as you state both sim slots are capable of supporting 3 and 4G, the sim management tool can be used to decide which sim card uses the 3 or 4g network.. The other sim card will standby on 2G.
Which website states both sim slots are capable of supporting 3/4G? I've been looking for this information. Thanks
Yes it is usual wifi and mobile data become slower due to heavy users at night especially during peak hours...
I have a s6 dous and my problem is that my wifi and mobile data becomes slow when its already night. I ask some if they experience the same thing but no they dont and their cellphones are not the same with mine they have lg and oppo. How can i deal with this problem please help me.
I see that both sim slots are 3g/4g but does anyone know if 3g can be used at same time in both slots or does one need to be switched to GSM like most dual sim phones?
I have poor signal at home therefore need to us Vodafone "sure signal" device which only transmits 3G
I know a dual sim phone cannot have both networks on 3g or 4g at the same time, but when I travel abroad, i switch data to the home country sim. Do both sim slots therefore support 4g or will I have to swap the sims over if only 1 slot supports 4G? Thanks
Damn. I haven't got the Security Update from the December rollout. Perhaps we are jumpibg to Marshmallow directly by Feb-Mar. Any thoughts guys?
Has anyone joined or registered with the Android 6.0 Marshmallow Beta Program?
battery drains very fast. Till date this is worst battery that i have seen in any phone i have used so far after blackberry phones. i have used iPhone, Samsung, lg etc also...