Last week we asked everyone how they were feeling about their new Galaxy Note 5 or Galaxy S6 edge+. Many feel Samsung has abandoned their power-user base in preference of a sleek (and I'll say it — gorgeous) design when the new Note and the all-new edge 6+ followed the rest of the S6 family with no removable battery or SD card slot. Meanwhile, many others felt that Samsung was doing a great job of bringing a new style to their Galaxy devices and batteries that can be changed or removable storage were no longer required.
There is no right (or wrong) answer here. Both sides of the issue have valid opinions, and Samsung made the choice they feel would work best. Personally, I think they did everyone a solid when they delivered what are some of the best looking and most ergonomic big phones available on the market. But I wouldn't argue with someone who is unhappy. Different strokes and all that.
Anyhoo, it turns out that most people who picked up either the Note 5 or the S6 edge+ think it's pretty nifty.
Kick out the 34 percent of the folks who answered that they didn't buy either, and you're left with an overwhelming number of people who think they are "great!" With quotes. And an exclamation point. You also have a handful (981 to be exact) of people who are probably more realistic and think there are a few things that could be changed for the better, and 170 of us just picked one up and haven't formed an opinion just yet. Congrats to the 170, and have fun with your new phone.
Now we come to the 489 people who aren't liking their new Note 5 or S6 edge+. Those opinions are valid, too. Take a moment in the comments and share why you don't like your new phone. The folks who do like it will be sharing, so speak up!