Must be good but I'll stick with my S7 for some more time ;-)
Anonymous, 02 Jun 2017Well S5/Note 4 got an easily replaceable removable battery w/o having to worry about glass cra... moreI agree, which is why we bought the S5 in Australia - admittedly did look at the S8 but too long and thin, but no matter how you want to look at the device, the value is just not there.
I would have little hesitation to buy notes for our business provided the battery could be replaced, the glass was not curved, and the screen aspect ratio was not the skinny version of the S8.
Anonymous, 01 Jun 2017Still on my s5, it's been 3 yearsWell S5/Note 4 got an easily replaceable removable battery w/o having to worry about glass cracking just to replace one on the S6/S7/S8.
Just pop out the back case, remove the battery/throw it, put in the new one, pop in the back case, turn on the phone. Voila!!!
Jashafi24, 02 Jun 2017I would say s7 edge is still a better option than s8. The camera isn't a new thing!True!... Or just wait for Nokia 9
Hey Samsung, stop copying Apple. Increase the battery some more (4000mAh or higher), bring back the ir blaster, and FM radio to your flagships. Only Apple's iphone can get away with removal of those features because a sleek and classy slim appearance and brand name is Apple's ONLY unique selling feature. No Android phone can take it away from them,so you should stop copying Apple's no headphone jacks, no sd card, no IR blaster and other seemingly unimportant/niche features like FM radio, etc. You've got to have your own unique selling proposition and copying Apple's 'external appearance and prestige'-first marketing will not work for any Android phone. It has to be backed up by features not found on Apple and also not found on other Android phones in the same price bracket.
I would say s7 edge is still a better option than s8. The camera isn't a new thing!
Anonymous, 01 Jun 2017Still on my s5, it's been 3 yearsI'm also using s5, and having some issues on battery backup. What's your phone condition now, can you share a bit? thanks..
FrankeeBaby, 01 Jun 2017We are DEFINITELY being exploited, but our own will. One cell phone can last at least 3-4 year... moreYeah, youre right! I'm in the UK and it's the same here. If I'm being completely honest, I'm as guilty as the next man in my quest to own the latest MUST HAVE gadgets ......... its just very expensive just trying to keep up lol
Alpha, 01 Jun 20175.8" is too big for a cellphone I believe!but s8....u will feel it like 5 inch
FrankeeBaby, 01 Jun 2017We are DEFINITELY being exploited, but our own will. One cell phone can last at least 3-4 year... moreof course each year need to come up with new flagship even with minor changes....
if no flagship what the r n d people at samsung do? go home and rest for the whole year? who pay the salary?? muahahahahaha.... just an example the QHD screen how many year already ?? since note 4....at least 4 to 5 year n still continuing....only now increasing the number of core...... i just read yesterday intel come up with i9.... with 18 core.... wowwwwwwwww wat the use of that....
Anonymous, 31 May 2017but a mobile phone doesnt change our personalityI didn't say it changes our personality. I said it reflects our personality. We buy the phone what we believe matches our attitude.
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