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  # 1281215 11-Apr-2015 20:24
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This is with all my apps installed. Also discovered a way to take a screen shot with a side swipe.





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  # 1281221 11-Apr-2015 20:44
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NZtechfreak:  how is the IR blaster?


The new default IR blaster app is called peel smart remote and going to set it up does not list nz.




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  # 1281223 11-Apr-2015 20:49
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Presso: This is with all my apps installed. Also discovered a way to take a screen shot with a side swipe.



Not too bad then as I think you can remove/disable some Samsung apps too from what I have been reading. Also I think until last year it was around 9GB system memory compared to 6.75 now.




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  # 1281224 11-Apr-2015 20:49
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Presso:
NZtechfreak:  how is the IR blaster?


The new default IR blaster app is called peel smart remote and going to set it up does not list nz.


Is there an option for other regions? I think you choose that one.




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  # 1281228 11-Apr-2015 21:03
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sidders80:
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NZtechfreak:  how is the IR blaster?


The new default IR blaster app is called peel smart remote and going to set it up does not list nz.


Is there an option for other regions? I think you choose that one.


To be honest never looked as I never really use it but I am sure you can if one is not listed.




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  # 1281229 11-Apr-2015 21:04
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sidders80:

Not too bad then as I think you can remove/disable some Samsung apps too from what I have been reading. Also I think until last year it was around 9GB system memory compared to 6.75 now.


Yeah I am happy enough with it, Have not looked at removing some of the Samsung apps will have a nosy at doing that tomorrow.




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  # 1281230 11-Apr-2015 21:07
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Happened to be in JB HiFi today and had a look at these devices, not bad, the Edge would be ahead but I still not a fan of Samsung devices.




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KiwiNZ: Happened to be in JB HiFi today and had a look at these devices, not bad, the Edge would be ahead but I still not a fan of Samsung devices.


Why not ? Tried most of the top end phones when they're released and always happy with Samsung.




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  # 1281234 11-Apr-2015 21:27
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I have owned 3 Samsung phones and 6 Tablets and I have been disappointed with them all and utterly frustrated with the S5




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  # 1281237 11-Apr-2015 21:34
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KiwiNZ: I have owned 3 Samsung phones and 6 Tablets and I have been disappointed with them all and utterly frustrated with the S5



well now you have an Iphone you  never have to worry about Samsung again




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  # 1281245 11-Apr-2015 21:51
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KiwiNZ: I have owned 3 Samsung phones and 6 Tablets and I have been disappointed with them all and utterly frustrated with the S5



well now you have an Iphone you  never have to worry about Samsung again


Not sure of the intent of your post




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  # 1281251 11-Apr-2015 21:54
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KiwiNZ: Happened to be in JB HiFi today and had a look at these devices, not bad, the Edge would be ahead but I still not a fan of Samsung devices.


Why not ? Tried most of the top end phones when they're released and always happy with Samsung.


Also I felt that the 6 was quite slippery especially the back, my thought was that a case would be advisable




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KiwiNZ:
jeffnz:
KiwiNZ: I have owned 3 Samsung phones and 6 Tablets and I have been disappointed with them all and utterly frustrated with the S5



well now you have an Iphone you  never have to worry about Samsung again


Not sure of the intent of your post



I have no intent more a curiosity why you would come into a Samsung thread if you don't like them, seems rather pointless but entirely your right 




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  # 1281257 11-Apr-2015 22:03
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I still have. Samsung device and I still have an interest and an opinion of them.

Now that's over with, I did like the clean up of the OS, touch wiz is still there but did not seem to be getting in the way. Being able to disable or remove features one dose not want is an added improvement. They have listened a bit to consumers.




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  # 1281259 11-Apr-2015 22:30
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I've never batted an eye towards any of the previous Samsung S phones barring the old S2, simply because of the touchwiz interface myself.

The s6 has really cleaned itself up, and having used it for a day I can say so far that I'm really enjoying the new features of the phone.

One thing that I've noticed though, is that using the Fleksy keyboard, I have to be careful how I hold the phone as if my hand comes in contact with the rounded edges near the keyboard it really messes with what I'm typing!

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