The Samsung Galaxy S6, the latest iteration of Samsung’s flagship smartphone, is the most popular phone with more than 2.7 million users.
But according to a new study, it’s not necessarily the best Android phone for streaming, and some users might want to upgrade their phones.
A recent survey of 1,000 Android users, which was conducted by analytics firm Zimperium, showed that the Samsung Galaxy Note5 is the number one phone among Android devices that are capable of streaming content on the Internet.
But the study found that users are more likely to upgrade to the Samsung Note5 if they want to stream videos or music.
“The Samsung Galaxy is a fantastic phone,” Zimberlium analyst Matt Pesca told Fox News.
“It has the best camera, the best audio, the fastest processor, the most RAM, and a really cool screen.
But it is not as powerful as other phones.
It’s not as good as the iPhone 5S, which is very good.”
Pesca added that the Galaxy S5 was also one of the most powerful phones in the world at the time of the survey.
The S5 had a Snapdragon 810 processor, 8GB of RAM, a 64-bit processor, a 6-megapixel camera, a 3,000mAh battery, and dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS.
However, the Galaxy Note 5’s Snapdragon 820 was not as advanced, and the phone is less powerful than its predecessor.
The Galaxy Note 7 is expected to come out next month, and many people have been clamoring for a cheaper option.
However the Samsung S7’s price tag has been pushed down to $499, which would make it the cheapest smartphone available right now.
According to Zimbex, the Samsung’s S7 will likely be the next flagship smartphone to be released, but the company expects it to be priced around $400.
“The S7 is going to be the flagship phone of the Samsung family of phones, and we think it will be a better device,” Pescar said.
“Its specs are more powerful than the Galaxy 4, which has been the flagship for Samsung since it was introduced in 2012.”Read more