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Promoted 02-18-2016 by brisar at 06:10 AM View Original Post
Breed via eBay has Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge G925v 128GB Unlocked GSM + Verizon 4G LTE Octa-Core Smartphone (Gold, Black or White) on sale for $549.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Cookie21

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  • Octa-Core CPU: Quad-Core 1.5GHz Cortex-A53 + Quad-Core 2.1GHz Cortex-A57
  • 3GB RAM
  • 128GB Internal Memory
  • 5.1" 2560x1440 Super AMOLED Display
  • 16MP Rear and 5MP Front Cameras
  • 2600mAh Battery
  • Android 5.0 Lollipop

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Unlocked phone for all GSM carriers (like AT&T and T-Mobile) and also compatible with Verizon Wireless. Will not work with Sprint. - brisar

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Edited February 17, 2016 at 05:57 PM by Shorted
New Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge G925v 128GB Unlocked GSM + Verizon 4G LTE Smartphone [ebay.com]

Condition: Brand New in Original Packaging

Carrier Branding: Unlocked phone for all GSM carriers (like AT&T and T-Mobile) and also compatible with Verizon Wireless! Will not work with Sprint.

Package Contents: Phone, Wall Charger, Quick Start Guide

2G: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
4G: LTE 13/4/2 (700/1700/1900 MHz)
Display: 5.1-inch Super AMOLED Curved Edge Multi-Touchscreen w/ Fingerprint sensor, Samsung Pay
Operating System: Android Lollipop
Camera: 16 Megapixel Rear (2988 x 5312 pixels) + Front-Facing 5 Megapixel Camera
Camera Features include: w/ Dual-Video, Auto HDR, Panorama, and Optical Image Stabilization
Octa-Core CPU: Quad-Core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 + Quad-Core 2.1 GHz Cortex-A57 Processor
Chipset: Exynos 742
GPU: Mali-T760 Graphics
Internal Memory: 128GB, 3GB RAM (memory not expandable)
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
Bluetooth: v4.1, A2DP, LE, apt-X, USB: microUSB v2.0 (MHL 3 TV-out), USB Host
GPS: with A-GPS, GLONASS, Beidou
Browser: HTML5
Messaging: SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM
Battery: Li-Ion 2600 mAh (Non-removable)
Dimensions: 5.59 x 2.76 x 0.28 (inches), Weight: 4.66 oz
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I am def an Android junkie, but yes I know the upcoming ip7 will use a fully in house made a10 chip. I don't use iOS so that doesn't really matter to me, except maybe in a year and a half plus when i get my mother a new iPad mini. iOS is perfect for baby boomers, they can't fuk it up and it's well built. just not for me.
Carrier Branding: Unlocked phone for all GSM carriers (like AT&T and T-Mobile)

While this is true, it will not work fully. Such as tmobile wfc

Also it doesn't support tmobile lte band 12 . and att lte bands 5,12, 17,29,and 30. It also doesn't support tmobile "4g" aws.
No need to be a douche dude! Relax

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Carrier Branding: Unlocked phone for all GSM carriers (like AT&T and T-Mobile)

While this is true, it will not work fully. Such as tmobile wfc

Also it doesn't support tmobile lte band 12 . and att lte bands 5,12, 17,29,and 30. It also doesn't support tmobile "4g" aws.
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T-Mobile is horrible in my area.
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Quote from dpham00 View Post :
Carrier Branding: Unlocked phone for all GSM carriers (like AT&T and T-Mobile)

While this is true, it will not work fully. Such as tmobile wfc

Also it doesn't support tmobile lte band 12 . and att lte bands 5,12, 17,29,and 30. It also doesn't support tmobile "4g" aws.
s7 coming next month.
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Quote from toromac View Post :
s7 coming next month.
something tells me the snapdragon 820 won't be all that much more powerful than the Samsung exnos processors in the Samsung products of last year.
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This a very good deal on the 128gb Model. All colours are available. If this came out in December at this price I be all in, but now that the S7 is around the corner I will wait. Edit: EBay tax-free as well.
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Quote from WellingtonWonka View Post :
something tells me the snapdragon 820 won't be all that much more powerful than the Samsung exnos processors in the Samsung products of last year.
but if you find the processor/phone that gives you 25 more points on Antutu, it can be life changing.
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Quote from sillar68 View Post :
but if you find the processor/phone that gives you 25 more points on Antutu, it can be life changing.
I'm a huge phone junkie. I use my phone for intense gaming and essentially everything in my life communication wise. my current job doesn't require constant computer work so my phone is everything. however, based upon the way the exnos processors performed last year, I'm not sure another incremental boost on the 820 will do much. especially considering the 4 cores on the 820 are Samsung sourced products.
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Quote from sillar68 View Post :
but if you find the processor/phone that gives you 25 more points on Antutu, it can be life changing.
Quote from WellingtonWonka View Post :
I'm a huge phone junkie. I use my phone for intense gaming and essentially everything in my life communication wise. my current job doesn't require constant computer work so my phone is everything. however, based upon the way the exnos processors performed last year, I'm not sure another incremental boost on the 820 will do much. especially considering the 4 cores on the 820 are Samsung sourced products.
I wonder how the A10 will perform.
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I wonder how the A10 will perform.
I have no idea what a10 youre referring to.
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Quote from WellingtonWonka View Post :
I have no idea what a10 youre referring to.
Oh, I thought you were a phone junkie. Did you mean Android junkie?
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Quote from WellingtonWonka View Post :
I'm a huge phone junkie. I use my phone for intense gaming and essentially everything in my life communication wise. my current job doesn't require constant computer work so my phone is everything. however, based upon the way the exnos processors performed last year, I'm not sure another incremental boost on the 820 will do much. especially considering the 4 cores on the 820 are Samsung sourced products.
They're Qualcomm's custom Kyro cores fabbed using Samsung's foundries. Plus initial benchmarks show the 820's outperforming the Exynos 8 series in single core benchmarks while the Exynos is doing better in multicore benchmarks.

Really comes down to whether the apps and games you're running even use multiple cores efficiently. I'd wait until we see more numbers on battery life tests.
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Quote from sillar68 View Post :
Oh, I thought you were a phone junkie. Did you mean Android junkie?
I am def an Android junkie, but yes I know the upcoming ip7 will use a fully in house made a10 chip. I don't use iOS so that doesn't really matter to me, except maybe in a year and a half plus when i get my mother a new iPad mini. iOS is perfect for baby boomers, they can't fuk it up and it's well built. just not for me.
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Quote from zeth006 View Post :
They're Qualcomm's custom Kyro cores fabbed using Samsung's foundries. Plus initial benchmarks show the 820's outperforming the Exynos 8 series in single core benchmarks while the Exynos is doing better in multicore benchmarks.

Really comes down to whether the apps and games you're running even use multiple cores efficiently. I'd wait until we see more numbers on battery life tests.
my Nexus 9 runs single core apps incredibly well, however, the snapdragon 810 does not seem to be that much of a slouch.
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