I used Samsung years ago. The experience was still in an infancy that was lack luster but manageable. I ended up switching to iPhone starting at the 5s. It was a new experience and UI was smooth and snappy. Over time I made my way to iPhone 6s and frankly found myself more and more feeling Meh about the software and set up of the device. Yes it was simple and fast and sometimes the battery was awesome and other times it wasn't reliable. I did some looking back into Samsung with the galaxy s7. The refinements they made and the changes to hardware and software. I decided to pre-order and figured why not let's give it a shot. The day it came in and I unboxed it was awesome. The phone had a premium shine to it and the set up was fast and smooth. I had so much more control with my device that I forgot all about when I had the iPhone. Only thing I did was just upgrade to the edge. Now iPhone isn't terrible and it's in no way crap. it's simple it's fast and gets the job done with little to know hassle at all. I like both platforms and each has their pros and cons. But I think from here on out Samsung will be my daily driver.
Your mobile phone is your personal preference and your personal device. Either one can be perfect or bad for someone else. But I personally believe Samsung out did themselves with this device. And Samsung pay is just how mobile payment should be.
I'll get the Galaxy note6 if note6 sales in august or september 2016, south korea. but, I don't wanna have the Galaxy s7 and s7 edge. and, Galaxy "s"series is not innovation and experimental system devices.