I discovered as early as the Samsung S4 mini that Samsung truncates the contact notes field. As a PDA user, contacts is my version of a contact manager.
Yesterday, I went to the Verizon store with great expectations to have a VR experience and the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge. I did the same thing on four different phones, only the Samsung failed miserably. How do I describe fail? I did a copy/paste many times. Only the Samsung limited the size of the contact note field. - What type of warning did I get after multiple copy/pastes. NONE
Here is the problem: from Palm days, and later use of Google, I have "lots" of text in a contacts note field. Here is what I found. Given I have a "large" amount of info in the contact note field:
It's still just a Samsung! After 3 months the charger port will be screwed up. And it's still just a Samsung, a plastic Samsung. Get with the times Sammy, dump the Touchwiz and make a all metal body unit that can compete with the durability and most user friendly interface like the all aluminum body, SenseUI HTC One family.
First off, I have a Note 4 and Note5 here and both have fully functional charge ports. As do many others I see. Secondly, it's not plastic. It's metal and glass. As was last years S6 series phones and the Note5. A full metal body isn't the be all end ... (continues)
Lost interest after the Note 3, when we lost memory card & removable battery. Not a fan of the all metal body, not realistic, but the styling has just gotten MEH... wish Verizon would get the new Sony Xperia.. but nooooo
But I'm really glad they restored the microSD card support. I have a Samsung S6 Edge+ and find it a very good phone overall. But the lack of expandable memory has already caused issues and limited th... (continues)