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    Default The future device

    What would you guys like to see in the next iteration of the Galaxy line? Screen size staying the same? A trimmed down OS? On screen buttons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Golfdriver97 View Post
    What would you guys like to see in the next iteration of the Galaxy line? Screen size staying the same? A trimmed down OS? On screen buttons?
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    -Trimmed OS would be nice.

    -Better battery life, and faster modem both of which should be possible with the 810 which utilizes a 20nm die and is lte cat 6/7.

    -Flexible display would be nice.

    -QHD display

    -beefed up casing, similar the s5 active available on more carriers


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    - Get rid of the plastic, or at least do it like LG with the G3
    - Onscreen buttons to reduce bezel, and more edge to edge display
    - Trim down Touchwiz or offer a Galaxy S6 as a Google Silver device in 2015 running near to stock ( being in the UK I don't have much use for the GPE editions since they are not sold over here )
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    I will never buy a Samsung until they go onsreen buttons. I think the physical home button has always been a horrible idea.
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    Galaxy S6 running Android 4.5/5.0 Lollypop (or whatever they call it), BUT with a considerably lighter version of Touchwiz. Skip all the 'Smart' features, no Samsung hub, chatON or any other bloatware that nobody wants or uses.

    Also, they could a carrier/network exempt version where no carrier can install their annoying bloatware that nobody wants or uses.
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    Smaller bezel, slighter thicker with a bigger battery, better back door, better outside camera glass (one thing keeping me from the s5), and getting rid of the home button.

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    Better materials, no more AMOLED screen (sucks in sunlight), enough with the ridiculous bloat of TouchWiz, on screen buttons, less bezel.

    Guess I don't need to wait for Samsung to finally get it right with the S6. The right design will be out with the G3 next month

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    They still need to trim Touchwiz without getting rid of the features, keep the Home button (or use on screen buttons but increase the screen by .2 so as to not lose real estate), YOUM display
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    This forum is open wayyyyy to early, yet there isn't a note 4 forum


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    I'd like to see it go back to a smaller screen size. I may be in the minority but I am not okay with the size of these phones increasing year after year. My S3 is big enough as it is.

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    Samsung needs better radios. Period. Nexus reception sucked and the S4 sucks.

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    I'd like to see it built by someone other than Samsung.

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    Above all Samsung needs to step there game up with the speakers and also I would like
    A 320 by 240 monochrome screen
    Compatibility with palm pilot
    Also USB 1.1 support
    And also have a port for my 56k modem
    And come with a free trial for brickbreaker

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    I sold my s5 and bought a HTC M8 bc of the speakers and music sound. The s5 has a weak streaming volume and I use my phone as my music device! Maybe I am a minority, but I don't have 5 different devices for my different user habits. (just 2- a tablet and my phone!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CellGuy View Post
    I will never buy a Samsung until they go onsreen buttons. I think the physical home button has always been a horrible idea.
    im the opposite, i prob wouldn't get it if it had onscreen buttons. I hate them
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    Quote Originally Posted by CellGuy View Post
    I will never buy a Samsung until they go onsreen buttons. I think the physical home button has always been a horrible idea.
    Physical buttons are awesome. I don't use my power button to turn on my note 3. I use the home button. And also have you ever seen a button freeze like an on screen button?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcastag View Post
    Better materials, no more AMOLED screen (sucks in sunlight), enough with the ridiculous bloat of TouchWiz, on screen buttons, less bezel.

    Guess I don't need to wait for Samsung to finally get it right with the S6. The right design will be out with the G3 next month

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murph5150 View Post
    Samsung needs better radios. Period. Nexus reception sucked and the S4 sucks.

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    My note 3 has the same quality reception as other devices... Like the iPhone and other Android devices
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    Quote Originally Posted by ab304945 View Post
    im the opposite, i prob wouldn't get it if it had onscreen buttons. I hate them
    Ditto I like the physical buttons
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    I went from Galaxy Nexus to GS5, so this is my first time (since early phones) with a physical home button (which I thought I'd hate, and I do). But I am 100% satisfied with installing any one of the many gesture apps that I set only as a swipe up from bottom to go home. And it works perfectly. In the month since I've had the GS5, I've used the physical home button like literally twice.
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    After having the phone for a week or so, I have a few things I wish they'd implement.

    1- Get rid of the heart rate sensor and use a dual color flash.
    2- More customizable launcher...seriously you can't even change the app drawer placement, Wtf?
    3- Metal bezel
    4- Camera with bigger sensor, resolution is fine, but a bigger sensor will produce better images in low light and better depth of field
    5- 3200+mAh battery
    6- don't up the resolution of the display, completely unnecessary and drains battery
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcastag View Post
    Better materials, no more AMOLED screen (sucks in sunlight), enough with the ridiculous bloat of TouchWiz, on screen buttons, less bezel.

    Guess I don't need to wait for Samsung to finally get it right with the S6. The right design will be out with the G3 next month

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    Th Galaxy S5 was rated the best smartphone screen..... EVER. I'm definitely with AMOLED. Plus the fact a decent amount of apps have a "dark" mode which saves a ton of battery. I can see my S5 perfectly outside in the bright sun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soundtrack to Chaos View Post
    This forum is open wayyyyy to early, yet there isn't a note 4 forum


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    I completely agree with you. I am waiting for the Note 4 in early September.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Byron 5 View Post
    I completely agree with you. I am waiting for the Note 4 in early September.
    Haha, I know right? I have an S5 now but if the Note 4 comes out with a better build quality + Qi Charging I'm all in. I love my S5 but the Wireless Charging Cover is creaky as hell and I've tried multiple covers.

    Yes, I do go nuts over this. I didn't expect this considering my Note 3 had zero creaks lol.
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