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Support S7 or wait for a future Nexus?

Discussion in 'Android Help' started by Wupaz, Jun 4, 2016.

  1. Wupaz

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    Hi,

    I have a moto x play and I like it but I search a really better camera.

    I look for Samsung Galaxy s7 edge it seem best match for what I search great camera (main feature), big battery, 5.5 " is a great size amoled is a must, always on seem like "glance" feature on Windows phone (I love it) but I'm not sure about touchwiz, I look or stock Android (like moto). And Google seem do better with future Nexus device.

    My question is I wait for a possible coming Nexus with same S7 feature with stock/Nexus feature or go with S7?

    PS don't suggest Nexus 6p I didn't like phone look. :)
     

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    We won't know what the next Nexus will look like. Or how big it will be. The question is do you need a phone now? If not, then wait.
     
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    There's no indication that Samsung might build another Nexus in the near future, so if the curved display matters to you then it's unlikely you'll get that in a Nexus. There are rumours that there will be 2 Nexii this year, one bigger and one smaller, as there were last year, but it's not clear how well-founded they are. "Always on" will only happen with a Nexus if Google make it part of the stock Android. On the other hand, you will almost certainly get software updates for a Nexus both faster and for longer than for an S7E.

    Long story short: we don't yet know what you will get in a Nexus, but most likely there will be pros and cons either way, so it depends on how much you value what features.
     

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