This might sound surprising but one of my favorite features of Touchwiz is the ability to change the system fonts easily. Samsung has included this functionality in all of its recent flagship devices: the Galaxy S6 series, Galaxy Note 5, and Galaxy S7 series. The best part is you are not limited to the fonts pre-loaded by Samsung, and can download additional fonts from the Google Play Store and Samsung’s own Galaxy Apps store.
Galaxy S6 Edge Plus
Android phones may come with high-resolution displays, but the software screen density on most devices are set so low that it negates any benefit of a higher resolution display. After all, a higher Quad HD resolution display should display more information than a Full HD resolution display.
With hundreds of smartphones running Android right now (at least), picking a top 10 was never going to be easy. But you won’t believe the devices that didn’t make the cut – the latest Nexus 5X, the HTC One (M9), to name but two. Also not here are announced devices that we haven’t played with yet – the extremely interesting Moto X Force, the LG V10 and the OnePlus X might otherwise all be contenders. Also absent from the top 10 are any of the multitude of Chinese designs (including Xiaomi) flooding the East and sub-continent – most simply never appear in Europe and the West in any quantity – and we don’t apologise for only picking smartphones that we can personally vouch for in one way or another.
In October, it was confirmed that while Verizon Wireless didn’t support Samsung Pay at launch, the Big Red carrier had every intention of supporting the mobile payments option.
One week ago now, Samsung officially launched its Ultimate Test Drive, a chance for iPhone owners to try out a new Samsung phone for up to 30 days all for just $1.
Earlier this year, Display Mate crowned Samsung’s Galaxy S6 for having the best display in a smartphone. Less than six months later, Samsung has managed to push the technology barrier further with the 5.7-inch display on the Galaxy Note 5, which has now taken the crown of having the best display in a smartphone from its smaller sibling.
After giving its new Galaxy S6 edge+ its grand unveiling in New York City last week, Samsung today announced the new phablet is coming to India. The device will be available on August 28, and prices will start at Rs. 57,900 for a 32GB model.