Anonymous, 17 Jan 2021Anyone plz tell me about nm ..what is this mean ..mnThe Nm means Nanometers.
It determines how fast the phone processor works.
The lesser the Nm,the better.
Example the new iphone 12 is 5nm.
Which is the best rn
Anonymous, 17 Jan 2021Anyone plz tell me about nm ..what is this mean ..mnDo you mean nm
It indicates the measurement of the chips like Snapdragon and others.
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2021What does 64 bit mean?It indicates the efficiency of a processor
64 bit always perform smooth and faster
FlarosOverfield, 09 Jan 2021Still can't wrap my head around the fact this phone isn't 64 bit.What does 64 bit mean?
Anonymous, 13 Jan 2021If it was that important to you, perhaps you should have of considered a different phone befor... moreI have been analyzing the entirety of GSMArena for three years now, and there's still no possible way to tell if a phone has a 64-bit operating system or not. Every other operating system that isn't Android figured this out all the way back in 2013. I just want to know *why* phones with 32bit operating systems from 2017 are still being produced in 2021. I thought the whole point of owning a smartphone was to run apps?
anon, 03 Jan 2021Just a few hours ago, I had a relative bring this phone in to me to do a factory reset for the... moreYou are like s key board warrior...you just help your friend setting for a few min so you are not qualify to give comment... you need to use for a few day or month first..
FlarosOverfield, 12 Jan 2021Amazon.If it was that important to you, perhaps you should have of considered a different phone before buying.
Anonymous, 10 Jan 2021Do you own the phone and if so how did you aquire it? Amazon.
FlarosOverfield, 09 Jan 2021Still can't wrap my head around the fact this phone isn't 64 bit.Do you own the phone and if so how did you aquire it?
Still can't wrap my head around the fact this phone isn't 64 bit.
Munib, 08 Jan 2021Same thing happening to me, Volume buttons are not workingI installed an app volume control from Play store, now can control media, call, alarm, ringtone, and notification sounds settings through the individual parameters.
If u use maximum brightness for long time then yes u could face screen burn in issues..
I have been using Samsung S8 plus 128 6 GB since few years.
From today the volume and Bixby buttons not functioning. It's working but can't decrease or increase the volume, Bixby not functioning, can't take screenshots. Can hear sounds through speakers.
Restarted the device.
Any advice will be helpful
anon, 03 Jan 2021Just a few hours ago, I had a relative bring this phone in to me to do a factory reset for the... moreI've not seen stutters or lags with my S8+ with almost 3 years of use and with 300+ apps installed. Sometimes, it is necessary to clean up the phone and apps as well as having something to control what apps boot up with the device and making sure that no unwanted apps are installed and any unnecessary apps requested during the boot process are disabled until you use them. It does require some third party apps, but its almost the same to me as running an old school PC. Don't forget to reboot it every couple of days.. I've been able to go a month without a reboot, although Android uses Java and because of that it starts to bug after awhile, its been getting better with each update.
anon, 03 Jan 2021Just a few hours ago, I had a relative bring this phone in to me to do a factory reset for the... moreI am using this from 2 years i have not seen any of these problems that you are describing
Just a few hours ago, I had a relative bring this phone in to me to do a factory reset for them and help setting it up. For a flagship that cost a ton of money, the S8+ really disappoints. It stutters and lags when scrolling through settings -- Although I'm sure the benchmark performance is very good. The display is top notch, it feels nice in the hand (if a little slippery), the curved screen edges are a personal preference I suppose, I dislike them greatly. But something about its performance is off-putting. I say this as a user of an iPhone 7 and an Xperia X Compact (both launched 2016, so both old phones) -- I personally would not like to own this phone for day-to-day use. If you like large phones, there are better offerings from China nowadays for less money.
It's disappointing to see Samsung's once-flagship sit in the dust like this. No updates, poor usability, just all around a bad user experience.