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We are with Samsung since Galaxy S4, my wife and our son had 2 IPhone in the past and they switch to Samsung and will never go back to it because of their complexity. Yes they took away the SSD slot and headphone jack, but Iphone did the same. What do you need a SSD of 250gig when the flagship of Samsung can have up to 1tb of storage. By the way, Iphone may remove their «lightning port» to replace it by wireless charging only, because of the new law in Europe. And did you know that the S22 Ultra is the #1 smartphone in the world in 2022 . I know many people that they switched to Iphone in the past months and know they want to sell it or exchange it for a Samsung.
Actually, Apple is going to be changing their lightning port to USB Type C to comply with regulations in the EU
The External sd card slot is NOT just about Storage, it's about being able to backup to the sd card using Smart Switch & it's faster and more secure than Cloud Storage, as well as the ease of setting up a new device from the Smart Switch sd card backup. AND as long as there's a physical SIM slot, there's no ip rating that would necessitate the removal of the sd card slot.
Sure you can use Bluetooth Earbuds / Headphones, but some purists much prefer to use wired as opposed to wireless.
Samsung ridiculed Apple for having to use dongles for them.
Removable battery, sure, it would be nice to have user replaced batteries, instead of paying a service center for changing these, but I can see that io rating may have something to do with this.
Notification LED, WHAT reason?
Almost everyone is using a 3rd party app for notifications now..
Charging Blocks, for "environmental reasons", give me a break.. it's about money & because Apple did it.
Samsung was going to dump millions of Note 7 devices into the Pacific.. for environmental reasons?
When is the last time that Samsung ADDED a hardware feature?
The presenter is quite good 👍🏻
Yeah maybe Apple and Samsung are probably planning on going to wireless charging, I hope not, as pretty much everything that I've read about wireless charging, is that:
- It's slower, but that could be improved.
- It's harder on the battery's life.
- It's easier to find a USB cable when you're "out & about", if you need a quick charge.
I guess we'll see what happens. I don't know how much any of the OEMs actually listen to the consumer, but I hope that it won't just be corporate ego that drives development.
I get that delayed updates are disappointing, but please spare us the drama. Last year the S21 got Android 12 December 6th in Canada. Samsung Canada is planning on releasing Android 13 for the Galaxy S22 a month sooner than that.
Have a nice week-end .
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