1. AC Question's Avatar
    Hello,
    I'm a visually impaired user currently with a note 3. I'm due an upgrade next week. I've no idea what to get. My son has the iPhone 6s+ I've had a look at the accessibility options on it and didn't really like it.
    My husband has the s6 edge+ I think that's pretty cool.
    I have a note 4 for use in work. I love the little magnifier window that comes up when you hover the s pen.
    I don't know if I should keep what I have and upgrade to a sim only and the note 5 when that comes out. I'm not sure if I should have the note 4 if the edge + is better.
    I mostly read on my phone using the kindle app, I online bank and play the games I can see. I also use Spotify almost every day, maybe netflix and sky go. I like the accessibility options on a Samsung and they are familiar to me. I use an app the changes all the font to bold.
    I'm at a loss of what to do and which phone to pick.
    Any advice would be most welcome.
    Thanks.
    11-25-2015 11:29 AM
  2. the tall guy's Avatar
    Hi, I've had my fair share of phones and I would say Samsung are the best for their accessibility options - as you mentioned, the magnifying glass is a great feature. I would stick with the Note 4 and see what comes out in 2016 from Samsung.
    12-01-2015 03:02 AM

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