The Galaxy S5 didn’t exactly bring the laurels expected from the Galaxy series. So Samsung decided to go back to the basics and decided to fix it. The Galaxy S6 sandwiches a powerful phone between two glass sheets. While it has been receiving positive acclaim from all around the globe, it’s no secret that Samsung sacrificed a lot of features to make a great phone — Features that used to set Samsung apart from competitors.
Even after some evil steps by WhatsApp, there’s no denying that it has become the de-facto messaging app across multiple platforms. WhatsApp has always stood by its no ad policy and it prides on its business model of one year free service, followed by a meager $1 per year.
But here’s the cherry on the cake: It’s common to see WhatsApp automatically renewing WhatsApp for some users after one year thus making WhatsApp potentially free for life for many users leaving people puzzled why WhatsApp does not expire even after one year?
This year at MWC, Something unexpected happened. Samsung, always ridiculed with its poor design choices, set everybody aback with its stunning new Galaxy S6. The Galaxy S6 is receiving positive impressions from tech pundits all around the world which arises the question if Samsung is the new design king in the Android town. Let’s have a look how Samsung changed the game and whether it is fair to crown it the new king.
Phone addiction is a thing now. Does your muscle memory tickle your nerves to constantly check out what’s happening around your ‘disguised’ social world?
At this point of time, the specifications of Xperia Z4 are pretty much confirmed. So, we believe that covering the same rumor stuff again and contributing to the echo chamber does no good to anyone. Thereby, we decided to run a week-long series, this being second, in which we shall detail stuffs which the end users probably care more about than whining about more pixels or horsepower.