i want my blue sky iphone case

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i want my blue sky iphone case

i want my blue sky iphone case

All that said, I personally don't think the LG phone looks nearly as sleek as the Galaxy S7. (It looks kind of like a dull metal pillow from the rear.) Meanwhile, Samsung's S7 has added the curved glass back that I really loved on the Galaxy Note 5 last year. It made that huge 5.7-inch phone way easier to grip, and it looks great on the Galaxy S7 as well. Both phones have super high-res 2,560x1,440-resolution screens, each of which come with an "always-on" mode so I don't have to power them on to check the time. Traditionally, I've preferred the deep blacks and vibrant colors of Samsung's AMOLED screen, but I can't say I'd prefer the GS7 to the G5 there until I've seen them in person.

Advantage: Too close to call, The chips inside these two phones don't make my i want my blue sky iphone case decision any easier: they're practically the same, In the US, both the G5 and GS7 have a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4 gigabytes of memory and 32GB of storage to start, and this year both of them have a microSD slot to expand that storage to 200GB or more, That's more than enough for me, But the LG G5 still does have one advantage: a removable battery, Yes, I know the Galaxy S7's pack is a tad larger at 3,000mAh compared to the 2,800mAh I'd get with LG, but I'm more worried about how much battery life I'd have after six months or a year of use, (Batteries tend to last shorter and shorter periods the more you use them.) Since the Galaxy S7's battery is sealed inside the phone, I won't be able to swap it after it starts wearing out..

Now, both Samsung and LG are taking it to the next level, but in very different directions. Samsung's going with fewer megapixels than before, but larger ones that let in more light and focus far faster. I'm definitely OK with that. But LG's got a pair of cameras on the back of its phone -- one with a wide-angle lens so you can get a zoomed-out view of the action. That seems pretty gimmicky, but I have to admit the pictures my Galaxy S6 takes are a little narrower than I'd like. Maybe I'd shoot more with a wide-angle lens in my life.

Advantage: Honestly, I think I'd be fine with either of them, Here's the most exciting thing about LG's phone: it's modular, I could slot in accessories like a camera grip (which includes an extended battery!) or a Bang & Olufsen digital-to-analog audio converter, I love the idea of a modular phone, and I'd totally pay for a beefier battery that I could slot into the phone for long trips, But honestly, I'm not sure I'd use any of the particular accessories that LG has already announced -- that camera grip won't fit in my pocket -- and i want my blue sky iphone case I worry that LG will have a hard time getting other companies to build more, (Nearly a year later, I'm still waiting for my Pebble Time watch to get its first smart straps.)..

The Samsung Gear VR. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S7 already slots into something I definitely do want to use: the Samsung Gear VR headset. It's a blast, and that's partially thanks to virtual reality pioneer Oculus throwing its weight behind Samsung to ensure there's a decent selection of games. The only major issue I've had is that my Galaxy S6 tends to overheat in VR games, but a new liquid cooling system inside the Galaxy S7 might fix that. LG did announce a VR headset for the G5 that looks even easier to wear, but I've got no idea how well it works or what it might actually play. I won't rule it out, but I also wouldn't buy it sight-unseen. Whereas it's really tempting to pre-order a Galaxy S7 when each of them will come with the $99 Gear VR for free.