Ii have this phone is a great phone for the exception of the battery life sucks doesn't lat all day like it should about 4 or 5 hours I then have to charge it up again .
I have this phone on Tmobile, Its a nice phone, really fast and it handles everything very well.Tmobile is very good at pushing out updates thus far, we shall see if that changes. The one thing i want to add is that tmobile enabled the radio functionality here in the usa so it does have that ability. If you purchase this phone i highly reccomend a good durable case for it.
Got a Samsung s7 10 days ago , was so much excited for my new s7 , but in some points it's not good .
Like they gave us 4 gb RAM, more than normal .. but poor management for this huge RAM, after install many applications and multitasking RAM reduced to 500 MB only , they saved some RAM as reserved , still very poor management in this s7 for RAM , battery is working fine , but if u use it while gaming and texting , chatting on Facebook,(multi-tasking) battery drains quickly, have Huawei honor 6 , with 3 gb RAM , working so perfectly in everywhere ,,,
Well,, not too much impressed from this s7
Han, 23 Feb 2016What is mean by CDMA? Can someone explain or tell me?Read it here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_division_multiple_access
so get htc 816. best quality, best result, best camera, best selfie. best cdma+gsm phone.
AnonD-522227, 04 Apr 2016I want cdma/gsm compatible phoneSamsung Galaxy S7 (CDMA), uses GSM and CDMA. Versions: G930A (AT&T, Cricket); G930P (Sprint, Boost, Virgin Mobile); G930V (Verizon); G930T (T-Mobile, Metro PCS); G930R (US Cellular)
Samsung Galaxy S7 doesn't use CDMA. Versions: G930 (USA); G930F (Global); G930FD (Southeast Asia). Also known as Samsung Galaxy S7 Duos with dual-SIM card slots
I don't see the 4G bands listed for the Sprint variant which is G930P. Will this info get updated?
This Model is supported 2 network and use 2 sim? Then I want it.
AnonD-265317, 23 Feb 2016here come the versions. wtf is the deal with shamesung and so many versions. y cant they put a... moreWhat's your problem? That's not the phone for you. It is an operator specific device. IF you don't want it, you can always get the regular unlocked version. Who's stopping you? And there's nothing to be confused about. It doesn't have any different specs anyways.
why can they do a dual sim 1 sim for cdma/gsm and the other for gsm both 3g that would be superb like HTC done
divis200, 23 Feb 2016I'm not sure why gsmarena added another version of galaxy s6 because there is no difference be... moreWith regards to CDMA Phone an GSM especially today wherein most phones are now 4G LTE Compatible both technology will require phones to have sim cards and Technology of the sim cards will differ as well. CDMA Phones will have CDMA sim card and GSM Phones will have GSM Sim cards
AnonD-265317, 23 Feb 2016here come the versions. wtf is the deal with shamesung and so many versions. y cant they put a... moreThe Reason why there are different versions of the phone is that different carrier offers differnet Technology. For Example AT&T and T-Mobile offers GSM Technology while Verizon Offers CDMA Technology. Which means if you are going to purchse a phone through the carrier which is Verizon you cannot use the phone though AT&T or T-mobile because of the difference with regards to the technology. Furthermore, they used different types of sim cards GSM and CDMA sim cards.
Phones that are through carriers are most of the time locked with that particular carrier. Different carrier's have their own policy with regards to terms and conditions in unlocking phones. Carriers will also add some features onto the phone some comes with apps that are pre-installed already per carriers terms.
With regards to phone replacements, you will need to call you carrier for assistance/troubleshooting and so on. So that's the reason why there are differnet phone verisions and that depends on the carriers.
With regards to apple, everything will go through Apple not the carrier and that includes troubleshooting and warranty even if you purchase the phone through a carrier. Carrier's cannot perform replacement phones/devices with Apple. You need to go through apple itself and thats the reason why there is only one version of the phone, weather it is CDMA or GSM but still incase the Phone is purchase through a carrier, you will still follow their unlocking policy. Specially if the phone is undercontract.