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3 hours ago, Vino said:

Congrats, best phone on the market IMO.

 

Heads up if you download the Samsung Shop app you can get a 128gb SD card and a wireless charger for free

My nigga :bow:

 

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Bro I just noticed the dopest feature of all time. If you aren’t looking at your phone, the app notification just says notification. If you are looking at it it shows what it is. Like if you texted me it would show “notification” if I wasn’t looking but if I was it would show what you said

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11 minutes ago, CarlosV said:

Just use air drop

Does it work w videos? And I have about 5000 videos and pics, will it take decades? Can it be done on Bluetooth or just WiFi I’m about to head out 

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2 minutes ago, ghostz said:

Does it work w videos? And I have about 5000 videos and pics, will it take decades? Can it be done on Bluetooth or just WiFi I’m about to head out 

AirDrop is done via  Bluetooth.   Try it with 1 video I guess 

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Coming from a 7 plus this feels like it’s 20000% faster. Wow. My 7 plus I think was held back by like 6+ years of iCloud back ups. I want a new start. This phone is legit lightening. Crazy 

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It’s almost like they simulate bezels tho. Which makes sense. The very bottom of the phone is awkward to have content so I like the way they did that. Cut out is ridiculous tho 

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i want to use it naked so bad but i dont want any scuffs on my black steel and the screen is 600$ to replace.

 

i put the apple silicone on and the belkin protector but I made them use the actual belkin screen applier machine thing and i gotta say its pretty damn good. i'm psycho over screen protectors

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