How to make your iPhone 6s/6s Plus a better Android smartphone, 5/6 months after release
The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge are two of the best smartphones ever made, but even Samsung admits they have flaws.
And they’re only the tip of the iceberg.
For one thing, the S6 Edge is a bit clunky and not the smoothest of phones.
And, the Note 5 was an utter flop.
The Samsung Note 5 wasn’t a good phone.
And the Galaxy S5 was a complete flop too.
We’ve written about those failures before, but they’re all relevant here, because they point to the limitations of Android’s smartphone ecosystem.
We’re talking about a lack of apps, a lackluster experience, and a bad user experience that has to be overcome.
Samsung knows this.
It knows it’s not going to get all of these things right, but it’s working to improve.
Samsung is also going to spend the next year updating its phone line with some pretty big new features.
The Galaxy S7 is a big deal.
Samsung’s phone line is a $700 premium over the Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and Samsung’s new flagship phone will likely be a $300 premium over its predecessor.
That’s a big bet on its future, and it’s a bet Samsung needs to make if it wants to win back consumers’ trust.
If Samsung is going to make that bet, it needs to offer a phone that is both easy to use and has a premium experience, the kind of experience you want from a phone on a budget.
The Note 5 did all of those things, and that’s why it’s the best phone on the market.
We’ll go into more detail on how to make the Note 6 a better phone in a moment.
But first, let’s look at what Samsung is doing to make its next flagship phone a better device.
The iPhone 6/6 Plus/S6: What’s the new Note 6?