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  1. penningtonsm's Avatar

    Yes it is and these are just some of the Galaxy S7 Edge models, both Exynos and Snapdragon chipsets and with and without carrier bloatware and modifications...

    Galaxy S7 Edge models

    Exynos 8890 chipset

    G935F Edge Global model

    G935FD Edge dual sim model

    G935W8 Edge Canada regional model

    G935K Edge Korea (KT Corporation)

    G935L Edge Korea (LG Uplus)

    G935S Edge Korea (SK Telecom)


    Snapdragon 820 chipset

    G9350 Edge China (Open China)

    G935A Edge USA (AT&T)

    G935P Edge USA (Sprint)

    G935T Edge USA (T-Mobile)

    G935R4 Edge USA (US Cellular)

    G935V Edge USA (Verizon)

    Depending on the chipset, carrier bloatware and modifications, battery life can offer as much as a 30+% difference between the various models. See, Samsung Galaxy S7 edge battery life (Exynos and Snapdragon)


    "Think that everyones Galaxy S7 Edge is the same...
    Think again!"
    Nice post, but the guy asked me what version of s5 I had
    .... That's why I was confused
    06-14-2016 05:10 AM
  2. ironass's Avatar
    Nice post, but the guy asked me what version of s5 I had
    .... That's why I was confused
    I asked in post #42...

    Which model of Galaxy S5 do you have and which carrier are you on?
    Sometimes the word, "Version", is used, as by entering *#1234# into the dial pad on stock Samsung models will bring up the, "Version", details, including the model number and firmware. This is disabled by some carriers.
    06-14-2016 05:14 AM
  3. chanchan05's Avatar

    I asked in post #42...



    Sometimes the word, "Version", is used, as by entering *#1234# into the dial pad on stock Samsung models will bring up the, "Version", details, including the model number and firmware. This is disabled by some carriers.
    Read again. You did say S5.
    06-14-2016 05:25 AM
  4. ironass's Avatar
    Read again. You did say S5.
    Mea culpa. A mere slip of the key old boy.
    06-14-2016 05:29 AM
  5. DFranch's Avatar
    Are you suggesting I turn my data off rendering my phone useless.... To save battery life? Seriously?

    Forgive me if that's not what you meant..
    Your original comment was "I'm barely using the phone because Internet is non existent while in the building. So I only use it whole on break or lunch or if I skip away"

    I have a friend who has terrible reception at work with any phone, so he turns data off while at work. You stated the internet was non existent within the building, I assumed you meant the same thing. If your complaint was that the reception with the GS7E is poorer than other phones, that's my bad. In my experience, it is no better or worse than other phones I've owned.
    06-14-2016 12:09 PM
  6. love4speechless's Avatar
    I'm going to look at trying this out to see if it turns off the background data for sims Freeplay
    Well that didn't work. The app still ran in the background -__-
    06-14-2016 06:01 PM
  7. ObsceneJesster's Avatar
    I have the US version (Snapdragon) and I DO get screen on time on par with the Exynos version. My standby time is also great. Overnight, I'll drain about .3% per hour.



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