Samsung Galaxy S7 Reveals Biggest Galaxy S6 Flaw

In the months following the launch of the Galaxy S6, its sales declined dramatically, and the immediate reaction from the media and reviewers was to blame the absence of two features: the removable battery and microSD storage expansion. While getting rid of expandable storage did indeed irk fans, the main problem with its battery is Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7 Reveals Biggest Galaxy S6 Flaw[…]

Samsung Galaxy S6: Spoiled By Pure Android

Their sales may say so, but are the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge really that terrible? From a technical standpoint, Samsung did some things to piss off fans, most notably by removing expandable storage and the removable battery function. On the whole, however, the Galaxy S6 models are quite marvelous devices, if seen from Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6: Spoiled By Pure Android[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7 Successor Might Never Arrive

Samsung deciding on offering only one model for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is nothing unusual, but if the only option for buyers is to settle for a dual curved edge display, then fans of the flat screen Galaxy S7 may have cause to worry. There is a possibility that the OEM would no longer Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7 Successor Might Never Arrive[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7 Could Be Last Of Its Kind

The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is the best-selling device in the whole wide world at the moment. While the regular flat display model has done well for itself by being the third best-selling model, Samsung apparently believes that it should be sidelined. According to Sam Mobile, the Galaxy S7 could be the last of its Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7 Could Be Last Of Its Kind[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7: More Trouble Than Galaxy S6

For devices like the HTC One M9 or Nexus 6P, being difficult to repair is actually fine, because it’s incredibly difficult to damage their hardware in the first place. But it’s too bad that the Samsung Galaxy S7 and its Edge variant, despite being the best-selling devices of 2016 thus far, break too easily and Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7: More Trouble Than Galaxy S6[…]

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: Failure To Launch

There’s no arguing against the facts – the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge was the number one top-selling smartphone in the world for the first half of 2016. According to research company Strategy Analytics, there were an estimated 13.3 million units of the Galaxy S7 Edge sold through June. The regular Samsung Galaxy S7 had approximately Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: Failure To Launch[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7 Not As Popular – Due To Size

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is going to have to deal with much higher standards, as its direct predecessor was voted the number one smartphone of last year. It seems that the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are piling on the pressure by being the top-selling smartphones worldwide for H1 2016. Between the two Galaxy Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7 Not As Popular – Due To Size[…]

Samsung Galaxy S6: How Do You Save Battery?

One of the biggest issues concerning the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is the tiny battery that comes with the device. At 2,600mAh, it doesn’t inspire plenty of confidence that it could last long enough on a single charge for comfortable day-to-day use. Coupled by the fact that it was on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop for a Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6: How Do You Save Battery?[…]

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: More Crucial Fix Needed

Samsung has responded well to the frustrations of its user base on the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge with welcome improvements on the Galaxy S7 Edge. It has managed to shave off costs at the same time. The company should be commended for how quickly and effectively it addressed issues with battery life and expandable storage Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: More Crucial Fix Needed[…]

Samsung Galaxy S6: Feels Worse With Nexus 6P

The two phones performed so badly in terms of sales that everyone was starting to question if Samsung should go on making flagship devices after the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. They did much worse commercially than the Galaxy S5, which in turn fared worse than the Galaxy S4. They had their faults, such as Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6: Feels Worse With Nexus 6P[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Worst Fears Are Real

It’s only days away from being officially unmasked, but there are some lucky folks who have already held and played around with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. And based on what they had to say on Reddit, some of the worse fears for Galaxy Note 5 users should be confirmed. They should be thankful that Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Worst Fears Are Real[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: Many Lose Out – Unlike S6 Edge

Not all Android devices are created equal, unlike iPhones, but in some cases there are also unequal versions of the same model from within a brand. The differences depending on region are usually insignificant, but that can’t be said for the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. One of the biggest problems with the Galaxy S6 Edge Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: Many Lose Out – Unlike S6 Edge[…]

Samsung Heads For Galaxy S6 Edge+ Failure – Again!

The forgotten name from Samsung last year, arguably more obscured than the Active model, is the Galaxy S6 Edge+. It was incredibly pricey and didn’t add any distinct value to the Galaxy S6 Edge which it accompanied. In fact, the problems of the latter were only amplified by the 5.7-inch plus-size flagship, which was supposed Read more about Samsung Heads For Galaxy S6 Edge+ Failure – Again![…]

Samsung Galaxy S6: Main Worry For Users

Go to any forum regarding the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the most common complaint becomes clear pretty quickly. It could be pointed out as the reason why users of last year’s flagship were so impatient to receive the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update as well. It’s because of Doze Mode, and because Android 5.1.1 Lollipop is Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6: Main Worry For Users[…]

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: Worst Of The Lot

On the whole, the Samsung Galaxy S7 far outmatched its predecessor in commercial success. Despite readjusting its sales projection for Q3 2016 downward by 10 to 20 percent, the flagship managed to be the fifth best-selling smartphone in the world for its first sales quarter. The Galaxy S6 was the tenth best-selling device in its Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: Worst Of The Lot[…]

Would Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Successor Disappoint?

Apart from the productivity functionality of the S Pen, one of the main reasons phablet phone shoppers opted for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 over the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge or Edge+ is the curved edge display. Specifically, they weren’t fond of the feature, and to many the Edge devices felt quite uncomfortable to hold, Read more about Would Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Successor Disappoint?[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7: More Difficult Than Galaxy S6

Samsung flagship devices have never been known to be robust, though some of them may last well over many years like the Galaxy S3. Despite its water-resistant IP68-certified build, the same applies to the Galaxy S7/Edge. It is not any tougher than the Galaxy S6/Edge as dropping the device without any form of protection from Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7: More Difficult Than Galaxy S6[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: Biggest Worry Resolved

The reason Samsung has excelled with the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge comes down to the OEM actually listening to complaints from its user base. While microSD support was an important factor, the biggest reason for frustration on the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge is battery life. Based on data from a survey by research Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: Biggest Worry Resolved[…]

Samsung Galaxy S6 Users Dissatisfied – Due To Nexus 6P

While the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge have their weakness – most of which are shared because they’re practically the same – they aren’t as bad as a lot of their users paint them to be. One of the main complaints is the substandard software support from Samsung. Users of the 2015 flagship(s) feel Read more about Samsung Galaxy S6 Users Dissatisfied – Due To Nexus 6P[…]

Samsung Galaxy S7: Worst Off For Nougat Also?

In the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, Samsung has patched up some major weaknesses from the Galaxy S6, and that has made all the difference as evinced by their upswing in sales. Both devices simply needed to reintroduce microSD support and to have more battery capacity. But the one thing that remains a question mark Read more about Samsung Galaxy S7: Worst Off For Nougat Also?[…]