Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Only Gets Better!

Last year wasn’t a good period for Samsung, as its efforts with the Galaxy S6 Edge fell short of expectations due to two main reasons – poor value and supply issues. Now that the Galaxy S7 Edge has come to the rescue, there’s only room for the Galaxy S6 Edge to get better. Folks who Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Only Gets Better![…]

Samsung Failed Hard On Galaxy S6 Edge

With the Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung had ventured into uncharted territory in 2015, and made quite a number of mistakes as a result. They haven’t been quite as costly as the explosive Galaxy Note 7, but the company had to learn from some major slip-ups. Despite being the highlight of Samsung’s lineup last year, the Read more about Samsung Failed Hard On Galaxy S6 Edge[…]

Samsung Admits Galaxy S6 Edge+ Defeat

If there is one flagship besides the Galaxy Note 7 that Samsung is probably regretting, it’s the Galaxy S6 Edge+. Though it was meant as the crème de la crème of the Galaxy S6 trio last year, the phablet quickly faded into obscurity. By the start of this year, Kantar reported that the Galaxy S6 Read more about Samsung Admits Galaxy S6 Edge+ Defeat[…]

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: Making Poor Choices

Not knowing what customers want could result in major losses for any OEM, regardless of how capable their products are. For Samsung, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge were fantastic devices, but ultimately fell short of expectations due to some really poor choices on the company’s part. The most obvious drawbacks to consumers are the Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: Making Poor Choices[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 7: Bigger Mistake Than Galaxy S6 Edge

There were several notable mistakes made by Samsung on its Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge devices, such as the lack of expandable storage and the reduction of their battery capacity from the Galaxy S5. At the end of the day, the most costly one had nothing to do with the devices’ features. It was the Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 7: Bigger Mistake Than Galaxy S6 Edge[…]

Samsung Pushes Galaxy S6 Edge+ Further Ahead

Criticisms hurled at Samsung for being generally late in seeding Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow have seen the OEM working harder to make sure that that doesn’t happen again. Since June, the monthly security updates have arrived on time for the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, and S6 Edge+. This applies to the Galaxy S6 Active carried by Read more about Samsung Pushes Galaxy S6 Edge+ Further Ahead[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: More Stressful Than Before

In terms of performance, there is no denying that the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has redeemed a brand that couldn’t catch a break from all the criticisms hurled at it for the slip-ups on the Galaxy S6 Edge. That, however, doesn’t mean the newer flagship is offering more peace of mind for users. It’s still Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: More Stressful Than Before[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7: Cheaper Fix Than Galaxy S6!

It officially costs $270 to replace a broken Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge or Galaxy Note 7 display. With that kind of money, users can buy a brand new Nexus 5X along with several meals. Needless to say that’s an extremely painful cost to bear. The pain is only amplified with the knowledge that regular smartphones Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7: Cheaper Fix Than Galaxy S6![…]

Samsung Galaxy S6: Faster For Nougat – Unlike Before

Named as the most trustworthy brand for millennials, Samsung’s mobile division has a lofty reputation to defend, especially at a time when it could finally catch up to its closest rival Apple. Being tardy with software and security updates isn’t a way to accomplish that. The good news is that there are signs of the Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6: Faster For Nougat – Unlike Before[…]

Samsung Galaxy S6: Looks Worse – Thanks To Nexus 6P

Objectively, it is easy to see how much Samsung had improved with the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. Unfortunately, several major mistakes which include the lack of expandable storage, poor battery life, poor demand management, and awful software support led to a veritable decline in sales. It’s also worth mentioning that substandard software support should Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6: Looks Worse – Thanks To Nexus 6P[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: Hurts More Than Galaxy S6 Edge

Compared to its direct predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is an incredible redemption. It hits the sweet spot in size and offers the key features that were lacking before. Unfortunately, Samsung couldn’t make the device any more durable than the Galaxy S6 Edge. Hence the new flagship remains as risky as before in terms Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: Hurts More Than Galaxy S6 Edge[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 7: Worse Off Than Galaxy S6 Edge

The failure of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge to really gain a significant boost over the Galaxy S5 was but a blip in Samsung’s stellar record, as the Galaxy Note 5 arrived at the end of last year to offset its mistakes. Besides lacking key features, Samsung had misjudged the demand for the Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 7: Worse Off Than Galaxy S6 Edge[…]

Samsung Galaxy S6: Much Earlier For Nougat

When it was released, the Samsung Galaxy S6 (S6 Edge as well) was the target of heavy criticism from fans. Despite its stellar performance, it lacked many critical features and was partly responsible for the sales decline in the company’s mobile division. It also continued Samsung’s streak of substandard software support. Like with the Galaxy Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6: Much Earlier For Nougat[…]

Samsung Did Wrong By Galaxy S6 Edge

There are several reasons why the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge missed the mark with buyers when it was released, at least based on some of the common criticisms directed toward it. The main culprit for its failure in the market, however, might have been something else entirely. After more than half a year of sales, Read more about Samsung Did Wrong By Galaxy S6 Edge[…]

Samsung Galaxy S6: Finally Slower Than Galaxy S6 Edge+

In recent months, Samsung has started to make up for the frustration it caused its user base through slow updates before this by updating its flagship devices to the latest Android security patches on time, not long after the Nexus devices got them. The Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, and S6 Edge+ were seeded the Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6: Finally Slower Than Galaxy S6 Edge+[…]

Samsung Loses First Spot – Despite Success Of Galaxy S7

Over its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S7 (and S7 Edge) is a massive improvement, and sales of both its models is a testament to that. Samsung enhanced key areas and patched up the weaknesses of the Galaxy S6/Edge pretty effectively. As a result, the Galaxy S7 duo have become the best-selling devices worldwide so far Read more about Samsung Loses First Spot – Despite Success Of Galaxy S7[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7: Most Difficult To Repair

Most times, no matter how careful any user is with handling a smartphone, no model is impervious to damage, particularly over time. The issue is not with external scratches or cracks but malfunction of internals, given that users usually take measures for exterior protection. Hence it’s pretty important to know if there’s going to be Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7: Most Difficult To Repair[…]

Samsung Didn’t Leave Galaxy S6 Edge+ Behind

The world’s biggest phone seller was rightly criticized for providing substandard software support for its devices, particularly for the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy S6 Active which were the latest to wrap up their update to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow in late July. But it has since gotten its act together and has successfully seeded Read more about Samsung Didn’t Leave Galaxy S6 Edge+ Behind[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7: No More Size Issue!

It was not only due to supply issues that the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge had a terrible run of sales since its release, but also the lack of size options for buyers given that both the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge measure at 5.1 inches. Thankfully Samsung gave phablet fans what they wanted with the Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7: No More Size Issue![…]

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: Most Costly Mistake

The fact that the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has been more popular with buyers than the standard model is indicative of what went wrong between the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. While both former flagships did poorly, the Galaxy S6 Edge was much further behind than the regular version. At the start of this Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: Most Costly Mistake[…]