HTC 10 vs LG G5 vs Galaxy S7 vs Galaxy S7 edge: Which one you'd rather buy?
posted by Peter K. / Apr 19, 2016, 7:07 AM
So far in 2016, we have witnessed the arrival of a pretty intriguing selection of high-end Android champs. Needless to say, the oh-so-posh Samsung Galaxy S7, the fancy S7 edge, the modular LG G5, and the promising HTC 10 are the hottest topics on the Android scene right now.
We generally feel like Samsung has done a better job than LG at making the ultimate phone of H1 2016, though you'll have to wait for our review of the HTC 10 to find out whether the Taiwan-based manufacturer will stir up the status quo.
We are aware that most of you hardly have any first-hand experience with the HTC 10 yet, but still, we are quite impatient to ask you which one among the following four champs you'd rather buy. Yes, it's time for our poll of the day!
Which phone you'd rather get?
Samsung Galaxy S7
Samsung Galaxy S7 edge
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posted on Apr 19, 2016, 7:10 AM 47
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Galaxy s7 edge can easily pimp slap these HTC and LG put together it's comical #galaxyS7edgeisboss
posted on Apr 19, 2016, 7:41 AM 36
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Galaxy s7 edge cant even hold as many tabs open as the iPhone 6... yeah the phone that as 1gb. Galaxy s7 edge in some areas are amazing and in others its real life performance is just disappointing. HTC 10 is looking promising
posted on Apr 19, 2016, 7:47 AM 16
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i have used iphone 5s/6 and now use Samsung s6 edge, please dont BS, all are good performers, battery life and screens are joke on iphone(regular size), then takes time to figure out how to get rid of toucwich, but its possible with custom launchers, i use nova launcher. Iphone users use all same xx by xx icon grid lounchers :d HTC gets my vote since it has best UI from the box. Iphone guys take a walk with that old tech.
posted on Apr 19, 2016, 7:57 AM 9
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funny we tested both SD820 edge vs exynos edge and they both keep same amount of app in memory so identical memory management. you guys do know both version have the same software and same amount of ram right?
posted on Apr 19, 2016, 9:56 AM 3
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How about you shoot a video while doing your tests? Until then, I ll take phonebuff's speedtest over yours. Mind you, he wasn't the only one who did this test, and they all the same result. The Exynos version never reloads any apps, contrary to the SD version of the S7 and also the G5.
posted on Apr 19, 2016, 10:39 AM 3
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Wow, this shows that Mr. Apple fanboy has 0 understanding of computer science and the idea of Garbage collection. Maybe the dumbass should read a bit before writing at all. A garbage collector doesn't use memory and force large memory requirements, but frees null references in memory that is no longer pointed to by any applications. The reason why android phones need more RAM is the well known fact that the Java garbage collector runs opportunistically when cpu cycles are least used. Developers can force it to run more often, but this causes performance issues due to the costly mark and sweep method the Java garbage collector uses
posted on Apr 19, 2016, 8:41 AM 8
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