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Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge specs

Samsung really thought things through when it rolled out metal frames, glass backs and fresh design on the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge — but it doesn't seem that they had to skimp on the specs. The new devices are powerful and check most of the boxes folks are looking for nowadays — read along for the full sheet.

CategorySpecification
Operating SystemAndroid 5.0.2 Lollipop with TouchWiz
DisplayS6: 5.1-inch QHD (2560x1440) 577ppi Super AMOLED
S6 edge: 5.1-inch QHD (2560x1440) 577ppi Super AMOLED with dual curved edges
ProcessorOcta-core 4x2.1GHz + 4x1.5GHz 64-bit 14nm Samsung Exynos processor
Storage32GB, 64GB, 128GB (non-expandable)
RAM3GB LPDDR4
Rear Camera16MP, OIS, ƒ/1.9, auto real-time HDR, low-light video, high clear zoom, IR detect white balance, virtual shot, slow motion, fast motion, pro mode, selective focus
Front Camera5MP, ƒ/1.9, auto real-time HDR, low-light video
NetworkLTE Category 6 (300/50Mbps)
Connectivity802.11a/b/g/n/ac (2.4/5GHz), HT80 MIMO(2x2), 620Mbps, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, Mobile hotspot
Bluetooth 4.1 LE, A2DP, atp-X, ANT+
GPS, GLONASS, NFC, IR remote, USB 2.0
SensorsAccelerometer, ambient light, barometer, compass, fingerprint, gyroscope, hall, heart rate monitor, HRM, proximity
ChargingUSB 2.0, Powermat wireless (PMA 1.0, 4.2W output), Qi wireless (WPC 1.1, 4.6W output)
BatteryS6: 2550mAh (non-removable)
S6 edge: 2600mAh (non-removable)
DimensionsS6: 143.4mm x 70.5mm x 6.8mm / 5.65-inches x 2.78-inches x 0.27-inches
S6 Edge: 142.1mm x 70.1mm x 7.0mm / 5.59-inches x 2.76-inches x 0.28-inches
WeightS6: 138g / 4.87oz
S6 edge: 132g / 4.66oz
VideoFormats: MP4, M4V, 3GP, 3G2, WMV, ASF, AVI, FLV, MKV, WEBM, VP9
AudioCodecs: MP3, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA, Vorbis, FLAC, OPUS
Formats: MP3, M4A, 3GA, AAC, OGG, OGA, WAV, WMA, AMR, AWB, FLAC, MID, MIDI, XMF, MXMF, IMY, RTTTL, RTX, OTA
Samsung software featuresDownload Booster, OneDrive (115GB free storage for 2 years), OneNote, Private Mode, Quick Connect, S Health 4.0, S Finder, S Voice, Samsung Pay, Smart Manager, Sound Alive+, Themes
Samsung securityOne-touch fingerprint scanner, KNOX management software
Google Mobile ServicesChrome, Drive, Gmail, Google Settings, Google+, Hangouts, Maps, Photos, Play Books, Play Games, Play Movies and TV, Play Newsstand, Play Store, Voice Search, YouTube
ColorsS6: white, black, gold, blue
S6 edge: white, black, gold, dark green

Note: Not all storage size or colors may be available in every market worldwide.

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Andrew was an Executive Editor, U.S. at Android Central between 2012 and 2020.

113 Comments
  • For me, the M9 still takes the cake.. but not sure...
  • Then again.. that S6 Edge.. wow
  • Yeah the S6 Edge honestly floored me. Very attractive and unique phone. Definitely one to beat this year. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Ok, I am pretty shocked by the non-removable battery and non-expandable memory... While I am not a Samsung Fan, I am pretty sure that those were some of the reasons people chose it over the competition. Will be interesting to see how it affects sales.
  • +1 Posted via the Android Central App
  • +2 Posted via the Android Central App and Note 4
  • +3
  • +4 Not going to be my next phone.
  • +3 They lost me.
  • They don't care. Sent from my glorious note 4.
  • Yup...what the hell are they thinking it seems the more they "listen to us" the more stupid the product gets!
    No SD card slot and fixed batteries cause ah they just work so well........... Hey Samsung how about engineering a method of not Destroying SD memory data ......that would be a deal maker......if I wanted an ego apple i'd buy one not a wannah be....
  • The signs of Samsung's stupidity have been there for a while. This fully vindicates my decision to go with the LG G3. Samsung, do not kid us consumers by shoving what you think we should have down our throats but eliminating universally useful/necessary features! First you removed the FM radio chip from the S4 onwards when all new/current processors like the Qualcomm 800/801/810 supports them. Don't tell us that we don't need it in order to shove Internet Radio with its data bandwidth costs down our throats. That's copying Apple. Now you copy Apple/HTC (which copies Apple and is hopelessly bleeding money) and removed the battery & micro-SD card? Those are powerful, deal breaker features for any power user. Then you blatantly copied the glass back which is such a failure on the iPhone 4 (because there are now twice as many glass surfaces to break)! For a flagship, give us a no-compromise phone with everything... then give us the extra frills that you think we should have! Don't cut corners. That's why the LG G3 sales beat the heck out of the S5. It had everything as a baseline and then the frills - Quad HD display. super slim bezel (>75% screen to body ratio), buttons round the back where our index fingers are in any case, laser focus... Samsung has betrayed the Android user by shoving a curved edge set of frills while removing the 2 most important features - a battery that is replaceable in 5 seconds after the warranty period has expired & cheap limitless storage at 1/5th the price of Apple's storage pricing. Even the battery has gotten smaller & its twice as likely to crack when dropped?!?!? Really?!?!?
  • I hate to burst your bubble, but the g3 is a royal piece of shit. Sent from my glorious note 4.
  • Your Note 4 is a piece of Samshit for Sammyboyshits who don't realise you're being screwed. Overpriced copy of the G3 with a huge bezel, no radio chip & copying the 2K screen. No wonder the LG G3 outsold the Sammys! Wake up u fool! I avoided all Samsungs after my S2 but you're too dumb to realise it!
  • Who's too dumb? http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/samsung-sells-more-phones-than-nokia...
  • The flagship models, fool!!
  • +1
    This phone is boring and arrived with 'as-expected' specs and features, nothing new or innovative at all. I hope sales are extremely poor.
    They even threw away some of their meal tickets in microSD & removable battery.
  • If it's not a phone you will buy, fine, there is plenty to choose from. But why the disdain for a particular product? Why would you wish for their sales to be low? Seems very immature. It will clearly meet many people's needs. If it doesn't meet yours, then move on.
  • Yup. I guess I should start looking out for a good, mint condition S5 to eventually replace my S4. No microSD slot and no removable battery on the S6. Too bad, so sad, no sale. Or maybe I should check out LG. Hmmmm....
  • +1 This is dumb!! Those two are the ONLY reason why I choose Samsung and the MAJOR difference with the horrible iphones
  • That battery though.... Posted via Android Central App
  • That smaller / non-replaceable / expensive to replace battery. Yes, what @ it?
  • Too bad they went higher than 1080p. There really is no reason other than worse performance.
  • This is done for the gear vr. Posted via Android Central App- Via HTC One
  • Dinosaurs like you never heard of VR? World of difference when you put a 2K vs 1080p screen right next to your eye balls!
  • Not gunna lie the back looks pretty ugly imo Posted via the Android Central App
  • Just wait till it gets dropped twice? Ohhh, what am I thinking? We can just a slap a $50 plastic cover on it to thicken it, make it heavy, and cover all that space-age (that's a joke btw) glass. That way it can be as durable as the previous Galaxy S versions.
  • +1, major step backwards. Glass is an idiotic material for making phones out of. Posted via who-gives-a-s***
  • Maybe next they'll make phones out of a much more strong material... Like aluminum foil! Posted via Android Central App
  • Peace out Samsung. Posted via Android Central App
  • Not impressed. Posted via the Android Central App
  • That 2K display will drain that small battery in minutes. Not sold at all. Posted via the Android Central App
  • 14nm processor will make difference on battery. may be ?
  • 14NM process helps out big time, also this is no Snapdragon processor, give the benefit of doubt maybe?...
  • It will help, but not that much. I would guess by 10-15% overall. The QHD screen will be responsible for 50% of battery drain. Running Lollipop, and having the smaller battery, I would be shocked if the battery life wasn't about the same as the S5 if not a little bit worse.
  • It'll be better Tham the s5. The exynos 7 being built on a 14 nm process offers HUGE battery life advantages Posted via the Unrivaled Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • ¿HUGE?
    You know NOTHING. Two days ago you incessantly hammered these forums ad nauseum with your and everyone else's requirement for swappable battery capability. Moreover, you frequently resort to useless immature vulgarity. Samsung and readers deserve better.
  • 3-4 days battery life? At this stage of the game that what we're. Time will tell if this device is all that. Lack of SD Card is a bummer. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Not impressed, no better than my droid turbo, I made the right choice. Posted via the Android Central App
  • lol... just lol
  • BRRRUUUUUHAHAHAHAHAHAHAA!!!!!! Surely you must be joking?!?!? I mean Droid Turbo, thats like saying your Ford Escort is just as good as your Ferrari.
  • no i'm not joking, what do i sutter ??
  • Let me go look up the definition of sutter and I'll get back to you.
  • wow, oh my, i can't believe i made a spelling error, that has never happened in the 49 years of my life.
  • Too much Sutter Home wine eh?
  • lol, that's cheap stuff.
  • Like your Droid Turbo.
  • I'm actually just harassing you. Phones are phones and thats the beauty of personal choice. You like what you like.
  • ...even if you like a Ford Escort over a Ferrari.
  • very true, but I do like my Ford Escort http://forums.androidcentral.com/attachments/motorola-droid-turbo/163556...
  • This phone takes a giant shit in your Droid turbo Posted via the Unrivaled Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • Like what trailer park must he be in to think that a Droid Turbo even holds weight.
  • how so ? explain your very informative statement. spec wise it's on par with the rest of the current flagships, which includes the turbo and your note 4.
  • I'm just surprised you got such a high end upgrade into the Droid Turbo from your Jitterbug. It probably is a beast compared to that.
  • I have to side with Unlocked, at least spec wise.
    Not a huge processor difference between the turbo and this, but the S6 gets the nod.
    Turbo screen is .1 inch bigger, ppi is nearly identical. Call it a wash.
    Both have 3 gb ram. Wash.
    S6 has 128 storage option, Turbo only goes to 64, so it gets the nod again.
    Turbo is nearly stock Android, S6 has Touchwiz, so Turbo wins.
    Most importantly, the battery. Once the Turbo is drained to 66% remaining, the battery holds 2600 mah, which is the same as 100% battery on the S6. Major win for Turbo. Don't get me wrong, I've no doubt there will be more dev support for the S6, and likely a lot more aftermarket accessory support, but at least spec wise, it's not a huge improvement over a "lowly Moto phone" that was released 5 months ago. Final thought... Glass back? IPhone 4 much? Sent from my Ballistic Turbo
  • Stock android turbo wins? For who? I'd take touchwizz over stock android any day. The turbo is an okay vzw exclusive phone, that's it. The s6 will destroy it in every way, except maybe battery life. Sent from my glorious note 4.
  • Wow, you sound so ignorant of u think this isn't better than your Droid turbo.... Just wow.
  • Really? I can't wait till battery life gets reviewed. Posted via the Android Central App
  • This... Sent from my glorious note 4.
  • if you like a locked down phone that IMO is useless. I sent mine back after one week.
  • Hmm, non-removable battery has me concerned for future Note iterations. Granted that's way off yet, but should they go that route I'm out and will just have to hold on to my Note 4 indefinitely then.
  • I agree with you. I think if the Note series goes in this direction I'll be holding on to my Note 4 for a while. I might even go back to HTC, or try something new. Samsung is going in the wrong direction in my opinion.
  • This scares me too. I was planning on staying Samsung long-term. The Note brought by handwriting, notes, and diagrams plus a lot more. The removeable battery is almost mission critical. Now I am worried that a "wrong-headed" team of leaders have taken over their mobile and will downgrade the Note series in the same way. I hope not.
  • Its looks amazing. Sorry HTC.
  • So not waterproof? Posted via the Android Central App
  • Didn't hear anything about it being waterproof in the keynote. Next-us
  • Nope, not certified.
  • I wish they had USB 3.1
  • Bummer. I wanted this, but no expandable storage and no removable battery? Those were the main selling points of Samsung phones! Posted via the Android Central App
  • How long 'till we have a Horween leather appliqué for that back?
  • The moment you heard glass or metal back, you should have known there would not be a removable battery, although I am surprised that there is no micro sd slot. If HTC can do, Samsung should be able to make it happen as well.
  • BAHAHAHA the two things that Samsung fanboys have lauded over the rest of the Android Community snatched away! Man I hope HTC, LG, and Moto can take a bigger slice of the pie away from Samsuck this year.
  • Why do you care? It's just a refreshed phone with some bumped up specs and new design. Like how is Samsung ruining phone life for you?
  • Its a never ending cycle dude, a few months from now another device will have better specs, and so on and so on. Just enjoy your current phone. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I could care less about your petty fanboy war. But, I must agree, this downgraded phone already makes me wonder if I'm jumping to another maker.
  • I have been using a galaxy since the S2, but with no Micro SD CARD or removal battery, I will pass, maybe get the HTC M9
  • I was an S2 user too. I skipped the S4, S5, Note 3 etc. Fear not, there is a reason why the LG G3 out sells the S5. It has everything. If LG KEEPS those 2 ESSENTIAL FEATURES & really continues with the innovations that matter, like non-existent bezels / rear buttons, LG will be the new king of Android. That was why I went with the LG G3 - cos it had EVERYTHING befitting a flagship.
  • Except for flagship speed, battery life, and a nice screen. Sent from my glorious note 4.
  • Except for your gloriously over-huge, over-priced boring looking Note 4 (which looks like the Note 3, which looks like the Note 2 which looks like the S3/S4/S5) with a thick bezel (cos buttons on the side) no radio chip Samshits that can't beat the LG G3 sales which just spooked Samshit into ...wait for it ... copying Apple & HTC! LOL! Samshit is going down!
  • Samsung has been making FUN OF APPLE for NOT having removable batteries, now they follow their lead. Removable Battery and expandable SD card are key componates. Guess I will be checking it the nexus, or htc. VERY DISAPPOINTED! !! GOOD BYE SAMSUNG!
  • I have a special message from Samsung for you Jon. They tell me to tell you don't let the door hit ya.
  • Well your name's correct. You are a nobody.
  • NICE ONE! Stupid 'tard.
  • Cos a door sure did hit you, you NOBODY
  • Funny how you whine about the loss of removeable battery and expandable storage but then say you want to look at Nexus and HTC when they do not offer both (HTC only offers at best SD storage). Hello...What would make sense would be if you went looking at the LG, Oppo, Xiaomi alternatives, cos I sure am!
  • I don't recall them saying that the S6 Edge, Edges were functional, like the Note 4 Edge. They didn't show them doing anything other then looking nice. Having no sd card is just a money grab with the 3 storage sizes. and quick charge capabilities are included to make up for the small size non replaceable battery. The camera is outstanding, the new colors are nice, but they might price this phone out of the reach of their base customers, especially with the storage size variants. Like Apple does. With alot of good things going for this phone, one has to remember that Samsung still has 49 million unsold S5's sitting somewhere. Posted via Android Central App
  • Waterproofing is the thing I like about my S5, I almost never drop my phone but it's nice to know that it's there just in case. I'm running Lollipop on it anyway so I guess I'll be using it till it dies.
  • How does one use a case with the Edge? I can barely use the edges of the screen on my S4 with what I think is a very minimal case, so it seems like this would be a problem.
  • As an owner of the HTC One that was looking forward to upgrading to the M9 the S6 Edge looks very appealing. I will definitely check out both in store before deciding vs just ordering the M9 as previously decided. The fact Samsung has moved the speakers & now has metal chasis is a plus. I have a brand new never used Samsung Note 4 I placed on sale via Swappa.com because its just too big.I have always preferred HTC because of feel in hand.I still don't like the physical home button on Samsung either.
  • Im a Note 4 owner who thinks the new SGS6 looks very slick and have to give it a serious look before ripping it apart. Hoping the US market gets the 64 and 128gb of storage. That has always been one of my biggest issues with the other Galaxy models, lack of int storage. This looks like a real nice package with a great camera. I like it. I also have the iphone 6 with 128gb of storage. Looking at this new SGS6 and I like it.
  • Battery is too small Posted via the Android Central App
  • Why'd they go back down to USB 2.0? S5 had 3.0 :/
  • Lol via AC App on VZW Moto X DE/N7
  • Sammy just lost a lot of customers with this crap. Posted via Android Central App
  • The 2 words that I dread on a Samsung phone. "Storage 32GB, 64GB, 128GB (non-expandable)"
    "Battery S6: 2550mAh (non-removable)
    S6 edge: 2600mAh (non-removable)" Pass.
  • Droid Turbo or Galaxy S6? Tough one to call.
  • The signs of Samsung's stupidity have been there for a while. This fully vindicates my decision to skip the S4, S5, Note 3 to go with the LG G3 last year. Samsung, do not kid us consumers by shoving what you think we should have down our throats but eliminating universally useful/necessary features! First you removed the FM radio chip from the S4 onwards when all new/current processors like the Qualcomm 800/801/810 supports them. Don't tell us that we don't need it in order to shove Internet Radio with its data bandwidth costs down our throats. That's copying Apple. Now you copy Apple/HTC (which copies Apple and is hopelessly bleeding money) and removed the battery & micro-SD card? Those are powerful, deal breaker features for any power user. Then you blatantly copied the glass back which is such a failure on the iPhone 4 (because there are now twice as many glass surfaces to break)! For a flagship, give us a no-compromise phone with everything... then give us the extra frills that you think we should have! Don't cut corners. That's why the LG G3 sales beat the heck out of the S5. It had everything as a baseline and then the frills - Quad HD display. super slim bezel (>75% screen to body ratio), buttons round the back where our index fingers are in any case, laser focus... Samsung has betrayed the Android user by shoving a curved edge set of frills while removing the 2 most important features - a battery that is replaceable in 5 seconds after the warranty period has expired & cheap limitless storage at 1/5th the price of Apple's storage pricing. Even the battery has gotten smaller & its twice as likely to crack when dropped?!?!? Really?!?!?
  • Why do you keep pasting the same comment about the shitty ass g3? Nobody cares, the g3 was, and is a fail. You're just trying to justify your purchase to yourself, Shut the fuck up. Sent from my glorious note 4.
  • Why are you effity effing about your Note 4 like a broken record? Cos your AMOLED has permanently burnt in pixels? Poke your eyes closer & you will see it. Now shut the effity effing Samshit mouth up!
  • I was getting ready to type up why I will not be using any phone that cops out to being unfriendly. I just read your reply and you have saved me from having to type my dissatisfaction with phones you can not change batteries on. Thank You for hitting all my points. So if the big companies want to know why I want to have removable memory chips and battery's here it goes. When I am out fishing in my kayak I like to listen to music or hear my books on tape. I have these all backed up on my memory chips and will almost always pull my battery down to less than 15%. Then I will want to use my GPS to get back to my truck and all I have to do is pull out of my pocket a fresh new battery for 100% non worries of being lost. Plus I can freely hear more music on my long paddle back. Its a good feeling to know that if anything happens I have a new battery for making phone calls for help. This is why I never got one of those fruit phones. You cant take the battery out. plus the insult of having to pay hundreds to get more memory that costs much less in the real world. Makes you think that someone wants to charge you for everything on a phone that THEY must think is theirs. I was waiting for the next round of new phones and they have missed again. Sure I love the new extra stuff, they always give you more. But I want less. I don't want blotted apps that I will never use, I don't want to be tracked and forced ads for something I may have looked up for a friend. Now I get all the ads not them. I want more privacy and less power sucking apps that run in the background. They have to give us bigger batteries to cover for all the tracking power sucking apps depleting the power. I never saw a hunter buy a sports weapon that was preloaded and after using it a few times having to take it back to the shop to get it refilled. I know this sounds horrible to many to compare a phone to a gun, but it saves my a lot of typing. It just does not make sense to not be able to reload a battery when its used up. If your on the move and not in a office with a wall plug near by then you understand. As for replacing memory chips, its just useful. One chip can hold all your photos, another can hold all you videos that are made into home movies, another chip can hold all your favorite books while another can cover every song from your collection. Putting all that in a cloud just seems wrong in that's where I get most of it anyway and I only need to download it once not over and over again. I don't know about you, but getting unlimited data from your provider is not always available. If your lucky to be grandfathered with a contract that gives you unlimited I would keep that deal till these gold diggers start to offer that again. So until they offer unlimited data I will still want replaceable batteries and memory chips. But I need to say this now, I will still keep my stuff on chips even if I get unlimited data. So I will love my current phone and pass on the new Turbo and the S6 edge. To bad, that Turbo battery would be perfect if I could swap it out.
  • I had to replace my S2 battery half way through a 2 yr contract just to keep it usable. Replaced the Battery in my S4 at 18 months for the same reason. Seems like I am always waiting for new updates to fix the bugs that manifested from the previous updates... still waiting. I keep all of my crucial data on my SD card because if their delicate hardware goes down at least there is a chance I can salvage it. And for goodness sake I don't carry a purse, the advantages of a big screen notwithstanding I was hoping for smaller. I haven't decided definitively to end my long relationship with Samsung, but this time I am going to seriously shop around. I want a phone not a disposable fashion accessory.
  • Exactly my experience, my S2 battery died at the 1.5 year mark while I was at a friend's home. I already had a brand new standby replacement battery at home knowing that batteries can fail anytime after one year. So many fools just don't seem to realise how important a removeable battery is! Cos all lithium ion batteries DIE! A removeable battery is the difference between a phone becoming a doorstop or a trip to the service centre! Sammy sucks cos now they just copied Apple & HTC!
  • Bad move from Samsung, no SD storage expansion and non-removable battery. These two things were the best part between Iphone and Samsung GS phones. Now they are equal. 32GB of internal storage is nothing these days.
  • If 32 isn't enough for you, it isn't for me either get the 64 or 128gb option. Hoping they are available.
  • Beautiful hardware. Very impressive specs. Hope the U.S. Market has the 128gb int storage option! I'm a nut for int storage. Put a thin clear case on the S6 and I'm a happy camper. Great job Samsung.
  • Is it waterproof, don't see that listed, and as the Note 4 wasn't waterproof I am guessing the S6 isn't either? That's going to cause issues for some upgraders expecting features not to be removed in the next iteration of a flagship. Then again, they dropped the removable battery and SD card support which is what has kept the Galaxy's selling against the competition, guess Sammy is only looking at iPhones as competition, but now they've lost my purchase with these changes! This phone will sell worse than the S5, you aren't going to grab more iPhone users by going closer and closer to their design, and removing features will lose sales from Android users who went to Sammy because they wanted a removable battery and SD card support! Ahhh, the end of an Era and the rise of the new leaders is upon us!
  • What a horrible Deal breaker.. So Given you'll have 21Gb of useable space left over on a 32Gb edition. That means you need to force yourself up to at least the 64Gb Edition. Also I could somewhat live w/ a non-removable battery but Im not a fan. I just replaced my S3 battery (Still rocking the Day1 edition) after 2 years. So that means I have to replace my phone every 2 years? And really that small batterylife? Unless the screen is crazy efficient like my Sharp SH-01F then i'll buy it. No microSD ?!?!?! I get they seem to be copying apple at some turns but this one is STUPID. No MicroSD is a major deal breaker for me. Imagine how the microSD manufacturers must feel right now. (Sandisk,sony,Samsung??? wait wut??) As someone posted earlier the droid turbo seems like a better phone overall than this. Looks like I'll be going away from Samsung towards something else w/ at least a MicroSD. I'm sorry but no one dictates space issues to us. The only step in the right direction was upping ram to 3Gb. And no waterproof?
    Lets look at my Sharp SH-01f
    3000Mah (Non removable)
    IGZO Screen
    MicroSD
    not truly waterproof but it can take some water damage.
    Normal usage w/o re-charging = 2 days. Congrats Samsung, 1 step forward 3 step backwards. Enjoy your weak sales for 2015.
  • This IS NOT the phone that we are looking for!! The non SD Card and NO REMOVAL battery is bs. These are the major difference with the rest of the competitors not to mention with iPhone. These are the WORST decisions that have ever been done for the Galaxy phone series.
  • Phone looks nice, but it still runs touchwiz.
  • I'm ambidextrous, have been since '07/'08. Still have the original Xoom and iPad. S1 and iPhone with 2g/4GB. Today, I run my. Business on the Note 4, my personal phone, an iPhone 6+
    This is a HUGE move to the 'positive" for Samsung. Their NAND (internal) is incredibly fast, significantly more so than ANY external microSD cards you can buy. Nice size internal battery. Excellent design & a big battery ...I've ALWAYS used internal storage as the Note has always been 16 or 32GB internally. The 64 model seems like faerie dust.
    With 64/128 internal...these specs and hopefully killer performance from the 64 bit SoC @ 14nm is pretty damned exciting. Here's to excellent further refinements to TWiz too ;)
  • So this phone seems a bit complicated to me. My provider is at&t and have a business account. My device for the past 2 years has been the win does Nokia 920 with not a single problem until I dropped it in the poo and had to replace, unfortunately there is no upgrade or even swap available due to at&the no longer selling the phone except for the downgrade version which I tried,... mistake... so its then suggested by the att rep to get the HTC m8), mistake 2, now I have the galaxy 6 which I hope is not #3... with disappearing text msgs, inability to log into or register my att which I've already had for over 2 yrs. . Constant updates going on w/outhe my approval, built in aps that always run even if i dont want to use them. missing emails, or lacking ability to open attatchment s included in my emails, changed my one drive and the way i view my emails, not only on my device but wherever i log in from, low battery life, no snooze, gets hot and just so much more, wth! No at&t ap store, poor sound quality , I can go on and on. Very unhappy, want my Nokia back.
  • Unable to edit but lmao! *Windows Nokia and * dropped in the pool
  • any one know how too stop my text messages repeating if I don't open them quickly please?? Driving my crazy...