This will be the last official blog I put out on the Samsung Galaxy s6, but I expect that I’ll have many updates or thoughts about it (“follow” if you want to keep up).
This the 3rd Product Ambassador team I’ve had the honor of being a part of – and the 2nd phone (the last one was the HTC One E8). I kept that device until I got this S6, and although I am still a huge fan of that phone (the Dot View case is quite the conversation piece), I’m going to keep using the S6.
Why? Well here are my top 3 reasons:
The Camera. This is the best camera I have had on a phone ever. I have been able to get clear shots in odd light, and have been able to capture the kids (why I want a camera) in such great mid shots. The burst feature is a life saver. The picture clarity and resolution has been a fun way to show off the phone at the park with other parents, and I can’t wait to try out the more advanced features of the camera (like the Pro mode).
S Health. I don’t like going to the gym, and I don’t like to have online health apps that make me compete with other people. S Health is a good system for me – as it rewards me for doing the things I do anyway – like walking and drinking water! It’s non pressure, and the really customizable functions are great for me.
The look: It is just a cool looking phone. Sleek and thin, and with the Spigen case, it is a classy looking device. It is bigger (taller) than I usually like (as I often put my phone in my pocket). But the thinness makes up for it. It’s been a fun phone to test and show off, and out of all of the Samsung devices I have had, I have liked it the best.
Looking forward to seeing what else it can do!
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