Anonymous, 20 Feb 2016In my opinion , drop both.because, the battery is not removable. after 2 years be ready to tra... moreThat's not quite accurate in relation to having to throw out your phone after 2 years. According to Samsung Australia. the phone can be sent to them to replace the battery.
at the time of the enquiries they wouldn't provide me with a cost. which was a bit of concern
Have just ordered S6 edge plus gold platinum today really excited to own one of the sexiest looking phone our there.
I think this phone is one of the best phones out there! I've had phones ranging from Nokia (x3), LG (x2), Motorola and Samsung (x3). I can honestly say Samsung makes the best quality phones out there. I love this phone and it's absolutely beautiful! Will definitely stick with Samsung for a couple of phones (but I must point out I was pleasantly surprised with the LG G3, which was purchased in an emergency phone-less situation!)
Need Advise, 18 Feb 2016Hi, could please someone help me on choosing which phone to buy right now. I am confused which... moreIn my opinion , drop both.because, the battery is not removable. after 2 years be ready to transfer all the contacts to another phone as, when the battery is finished, the entire phone must go into the bin. Caution please.
This is one of the sexiest phone I've ever come across, planning to buy ghis beauty next week but still confused between silver titanium & gold.
Kim Griff, 18 Feb 2016On the Edge+, it supports 10 finger multi touch support (I tried it on mine just to make sure).Even my s5 supports.
Kim Griff, 18 Feb 2016I personally don't believe a word of what you're saying. If you'd had a Samsung Galaxy S, then... moreIts not a matter of your belief, the truth remains the same my boy better you mind your own busineiss...
Hi, could please someone help me on choosing which phone to buy right now. I am confused which phone to buy, I'm choosing between SG S6 edge+ and Note 5. I need to decide now because one shop in our place has a promotion for these phones. Please help me what to choose.
LufferNN, 15 Feb 2016This is more of a question than an opinion. But up to how many fingers does Samsung's Multitou... moreOn the Edge+, it supports 10 finger multi touch support (I tried it on mine just to make sure).
Haris, 12 Feb 2016Dear Sammy,
I was a great Samsung user from first galaxy device Galaxy S1 and have used all h... moreI personally don't believe a word of what you're saying. If you'd had a Samsung Galaxy S, then you'd know that it was a Samsung Galaxy S and not a Samsung Galaxy S1. Furthermore, you just don't sound like someone who has owned multiple Samsung Galaxy handsets.
"Screen Blackouts" on both the earlier S6 that you "tried" then again on the Edge+..that sounds like "Bovine effluent" to me!
That's just my opinion though and if I'm wrong, then I apologise, but something tells me that I'm not!
Drode, 15 Feb 2016Lie!!! Your never used samsung stop lyingI'm in total agreement with you.
Either that, or they got a cheap Chinese lookalike and were ripped off.
I'd suggest that this person should try to find someone with an Edge+ (a real one) then revise their statement.
pribil, 13 Feb 2016Its your opinion mine works fine...Same here, I've never had any problems with my Edge +, it rocks, it's as fast as greased lighting. The camera is amazing, the build quality absolutely beautiful. The screen has to be seen to be believed. It's a brilliant handset.
Maybe the person complaining bought a "knock off"?
Haris, 12 Feb 2016Dear Sammy, I was a great Samsung user from first galaxy device Galaxy S1 and have used all h... moreHaris, they don't care, I second it, made n haste after S6 edge being smaller screen viewable, now just try S7 Edge only model, no difference even mix reduced cam, but fx 1.7 improved. Still viewable be enough, again price touching thousand dollars, this is it, we afford they ask!
Anonymous, 15 Feb 2016Buy the s6 edge plus now or wait for the s7 edge plus ?I think Wait for s7 edge plus.