Android’s killer smartphone features – what’s yours?

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24 thoughts on “Android’s killer smartphone features – what’s yours?

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  2. I think personally the s pen is useful in other languages. Being chinese, I can see it as a good alternate method for typing. Though in english, not much use.

  3. Front facing speakers anyone?
    Sent from my moto x style with which I can't seem to part, since there's no good smartphone (in my opinion) with front facing stereo speakers.
    Let's hope the Google pixel 2 XL proves me wrong.

  4. My phone's killer feature is its gorilla glass 4. Yesterday, I saw a cockroach and out of surprise, I threw it on the damn creepy thing. The screen smashed and killed the cockroach. The screen of my phone is a killer.

  5. My mother was diagnosed with rumitoid arthritis when she was seven. She has a note 3, she uses the S pen everyday. Because her fingers don't work like yours or mine. Before I was born she had three knuckles in each hand replaced and due to the extreme pain from the surgery and arthritis she was unable to do the physical therapy resulting in her hands freezing basically in a semi closed fashion as if your holding a pen or pencil. Pretend to hold a pencil that is an inch in diameter and that is what it looks like. She can mover her fingers closed but she can't lay her hand flat. She can barely hold a cup in one hand. Needless to say she uses her S Pen every day. To text, scroll the web. And she loves it.

  6. I agree. On my Note 2 and Note 4, I have not actually used it once. I don't see the point for it when my fingers can do the same. All of the apps that require it I don't use. Also, using the s-pen means I will have to use both hands whereas most of the time I am a one-hander. That is also why I have no intention of getting the Note 8 eventhough it may move mountains and all other hypes about it

  7. Thinking about the killer features on Modern smartphones "Dual" is main attraction like Dual front firing speakers with 18:9 display and narrow bezels equipped with Dual cameras.

  8. Honestly, I'm still on the 6P because of the dual front speakers and at the time the display. The crappy speakers if the Samsungs is why I've not going to their products.

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