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  Reply # 1268438 26-Mar-2015 14:02
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Still waiting for the official pricing for the HTC One M9 but Noel Leming is showing it at $1250, so that makes the S6 at $1100 for the 32GB look pretty reasonable by comparison. The Galaxy S range has normally started out at $1100 hasn't it?




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  Reply # 1268439 26-Mar-2015 14:03
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mobiecity have the 128GB for NZ$1239    ... :/  whats the catch ...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1268503 26-Mar-2015 16:08
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Dingbatt: Still waiting for the official pricing for the HTC One M9 but Noel Leming is showing it at $1250, so that makes the S6 at $1100 for the 32GB look pretty reasonable by comparison. The Galaxy S range has normally started out at $1100 hasn't it?


They won't be moving many M9's at that price.

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  Reply # 1268560 26-Mar-2015 18:18
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Lambchop: mobiecity have the 128GB for NZ$1239    ... :/  whats the catch ...



doesn't include GST




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  Reply # 1268566 26-Mar-2015 18:25
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The pricing is a bit less than I thought. I have worked my way through the loss of the replaceable battery and no SD card and it isn't that much of a workaround just have to change some habits with charging but with wireless charging it can sit on that overnight. The Edge looks great but for me it won't work too well given I don't like cases and most of my phones I drop so would break that pretty quick.




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  Reply # 1268739 27-Mar-2015 00:29
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Had a play with the edge today,was interested in how the keyboard would feel, but its fine.

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  Reply # 1268785 27-Mar-2015 07:06
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Read yesterday that the S6 Active is very likely going to replace the fingerprint scanner and heart rate monitor with an SD slot.

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  Reply # 1268813 27-Mar-2015 08:46
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kiwitrc: Read yesterday that the S6 Active is very likely going to replace the fingerprint scanner and heart rate monitor with an SD slot.


The finger scanners on the Samsung devices are horrible, the examples I have used the S5 and TabS are just a waste of time. The scanner on my iPhone 6+ and my partners Huawei Ascend Mate 7 work brilliantly.




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  Reply # 1268817 27-Mar-2015 08:52
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KiwiNZ:
kiwitrc: Read yesterday that the S6 Active is very likely going to replace the fingerprint scanner and heart rate monitor with an SD slot.


The finger scanners on the Samsung devices are horrible, the examples I have used the S5 and TabS are just a waste of time. The scanner on my iPhone 6+ and my partners Huawei Ascend Mate 7 work brilliantly.


I never use them so wouldnt know, I don't even have a lock screen on my S5 or Note 4.

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  Reply # 1268822 27-Mar-2015 08:56
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kiwitrc:
KiwiNZ:
kiwitrc: Read yesterday that the S6 Active is very likely going to replace the fingerprint scanner and heart rate monitor with an SD slot.


The finger scanners on the Samsung devices are horrible, the examples I have used the S5 and TabS are just a waste of time. The scanner on my iPhone 6+ and my partners Huawei Ascend Mate 7 work brilliantly.


I never use them so wouldnt know, I don't even have a lock screen on my S5 or Note 4.


I used them for a bit on the S5 and TabS and gave up, it would be quicker to put in a 50 character password with upper and lower case, numeric and various other assorted characters.




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  Reply # 1268823 27-Mar-2015 08:57
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KiwiNZ:
kiwitrc:
KiwiNZ:
kiwitrc: Read yesterday that the S6 Active is very likely going to replace the fingerprint scanner and heart rate monitor with an SD slot.


The finger scanners on the Samsung devices are horrible, the examples I have used the S5 and TabS are just a waste of time. The scanner on my iPhone 6+ and my partners Huawei Ascend Mate 7 work brilliantly.


I never use them so wouldnt know, I don't even have a lock screen on my S5 or Note 4.


I used them for a bit on the S5 and TabS and gave up, it would be quicker to put in a 50 character password with upper and lower case, numeric and various other assorted characters.


Ok then.

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  Reply # 1268833 27-Mar-2015 09:13
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So its still conjecture at this stage but here is a link, I see removable battery also may make a return, now just need to get rid of the glass back :)

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  Reply # 1268840 27-Mar-2015 09:23
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These prices being bandied about are making the Nexus 6 look like a bargain

I'm struggling to see how pricing can jump around 20% from the last model

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  Reply # 1268861 27-Mar-2015 09:54
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Wade: These prices being bandied about are making the Nexus 6 look like a bargain

I'm struggling to see how pricing can jump around 20% from the last model





You mean like this, but for the same model iPhone?

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?topicid=167370

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  Reply # 1268891 27-Mar-2015 10:38
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KiwiNZ:
kiwitrc: Read yesterday that the S6 Active is very likely going to replace the fingerprint scanner and heart rate monitor with an SD slot.


The finger scanners on the Samsung devices are horrible, the examples I have used the S5 and TabS are just a waste of time. The scanner on my iPhone 6+ and my partners Huawei Ascend Mate 7 work brilliantly.


The finger print sensors on the S6 and S6 Edge is not like the S5 and Tab S swipe style anymore. It works the same way as Touch ID now.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=neUmTEDQQJo

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