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pennykitty's review of the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ (CDMA)

original version, submitted Dec 24, 2015, 8:52 PM:

Awesome

I won this phone from Phonescoop (thank you again!) and could not be more amazed. The display is so superior and bright - very crisp and clean. The camera is a 16x. Useful for far beyond casual pictures. In my job I carry a camera in case I have to document something (damages, violations) so i need something that will stand up in court. As a backup in case I'm not toting camera this will more than suffice. The sides of the phone will take getting used to as they can snag when youre swiping screen but will be useful to have information and resources immediately available to me. Our operations are incredibly virtual and we rely on the ability to communicate via these types of devices. As a manager this is a useful tool. The audio volume is very good. Many of my conversations are outside or in a construction type work area. Not sure if these things are resource hogs or not, but run a Sims game, facebook, wordswithfriends, email, and browse with no lag. On the phone, there is Samsung+, which is the "manual". Its very well put together for documentation. I havent used the phone service as I havent had time to set it up, so Ive been running everything off wifi. have to go into the sprint store with old phone and id because i forgot passcode to old phone so can't make changes online. But I can verify wifi and bluetooth work like a charm. As a matter of fact they work so well I didn't even realize that my contacts had transferred. I thought I was having trouble with it. To my pleasant surprise went to contacts and they were all there. When I first learned I won a phone prize I was given option of which one to choose and at first was looking at common sense phones. Then decided what the heck and went for the latest and greatest. I was not dissapointed. It's a beautiful piece of equipment. The editorial review is not embellished one iota, this is the Ferrari of phones. Phonescoop said hey if you don't want it you can sell it online but I'm keeping it.

edited Feb 1, 2016, 2:11 AM to read:

Awesome

I won this phone from Phonescoop (thank you again!) and could not be more amazed.

The display is so superior and bright - very crisp and clean. The camera is a 16x. Useful for far beyond casual pictures. In my job I carry a camera in case I have to document something (damages, violations) so i need something that will stand up in court. As a backup in case I'm not toting camera this will more than suffice.

The sides of the phone will take getting used to as they can snag when youre swiping screen but will be useful to have information and resources immediately available to me. Our operations are incredibly virtual and we rely on the ability to communicate via these types of devices. As a manager this is a useful tool.

The audio volume is very good. Many of my conversations are outside or in a construction type work area.

Not sure if these things are resource hogs or not, but run a Sims game, facebook, wordswithfriends, email, and browse with no lag.

When I first learned I won a phone prize I was given option of which one to choose and at first was looking at common sense phones. Then decided what the heck and went for the latest and greatest. I was not dissapointed. It's a beautiful piece of equipment.

The editorial review is not embellished one iota, this is the Ferrari of phones. Phonescoop said hey if you don't want it you can sell it online but I'm keeping it.

Updating review:after 1 1/2 months daily use. if you dont use headphones with this, do it just for the experience, the sound on this phone is amazing. Have learned how to use the edge tab, very very handy for multi-tasking. Also, it slid, dropped and rear glass cracked. Very dissapointed. Have had a couple dropped calls however the phone is my primary business contact above even office tel. I dont think there's any phone or service that hasn't dropped a call. Unfortunately, even though Sprint provided the phone their service pricing doesn't make sense and will switch carrier.

edited Feb 1, 2016, 2:21 AM to the current version:

Awesome

I won this phone from Phonescoop (thank you again!) and could not be more amazed.

The display is so superior and bright - very crisp and clean. The camera is a 16x. Useful for far beyond casual pictures. In my job I carry a camera in case I have to document something (damages, violations) so i need something that will stand up in court. As a backup in case I'm not toting camera this will more than suffice.

The sides of the phone will take getting used to as they can snag when youre swiping screen but will be useful to have information and resources immediately available to me. Our operations are incredibly virtual and we rely on the ability to communicate via these types of devices. As a manager this is a useful tool.

The audio volume is very good. Many of my conversations are outside or in a construction type work area.

Not sure if these things are resource hogs or not, but run a Sims game, facebook, wordswithfriends, email, and browse with no lag.

When I first learned I won a phone prize I was given option of which one to choose and at first was looking at common sense phones. Then decided what the heck and went for the latest and greatest. I was not dissapointed. It's a beautiful piece of equipment.

The editorial review is not embellished one iota, this is the Ferrari of phones. Phonescoop said hey if you don't want it you can sell it online but I'm keeping it.

Updating review:after 1 1/2 months daily use. if you dont use headphones with this, do it just for the experience, the sound on this phone is amazing. Have learned how to use the edge tab, very very handy for multi-tasking. Also, it slid, dropped and rear glass cracked. Very dissapointed. Have had a couple dropped calls however the phone is my primary business contact above even office tel. so constant use. I dont think there's any phone or service that hasn't dropped a call. Although Sprint provided the phone their service pricing doesn't make sense and will switch carrier.

 

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