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Suggestions, Feedback, and Leaks for Galaxy S25 Ultra

(Topic created: 04-06-2024 01:29 PM)
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Hello, I have suggestions for 2025's Galaxy S25 Ultra, as the S24 Series came out, it's time to talk about the next generation of S Ultra. My suggestions are........

1. New camera design, no more "P" Shape.

2. Make the launch devices stable, barely to no issues.

3. New design language.

4. Make the S25 Ultra the best phone in the mid-2020s

Galaxy S25 Series will launch 15 years after the first Galaxy S, I hope they turn into the new Galaxy S10

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vbcolor
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Hi,

yes agree too : thanx, it's sooo good to read your postBack to basics, at last...!

I had a Note 9 too, and it was my VERY BEST PHONE... since then ! 

Now using S22 ultra with 1 To, but I can't use the storage, cause when copying my files. .. thru ANDROID ... the copy will just STOP... and worst without any WARNINGS !!

After weeks of search, I understood that my files paths ARE TOO LONG !? 

WHHHHHAAAAAT ? 

When I had my Note 9... I had the excat same files paths.

But I had a Micro SD card that I stuck on my PC, made the copy, back on my Note 9 => Done ! 

 

Five years later, on my S22 Utra I can't !? 

So sad. 

 

NB : I'm not going to change years of my entire filing system for a phone !? But I have now a UGLY SD Card Reader attached to my S22 Ultra => how sad is that !!! 

 

So yes :

please SAMSUNG bring back the SD slots, and please DO STOP copying Apple for their worse choices.

Samsung with the Note Series you were **bleep** of a leader (btw that Apple was mocking for example with huge screens..., and.... before doing the same !! ).

And now.... you.... follow them ? Really ? 

Hard to understand here. 

Thanx for reading. 

>vb from France - Europe

 

PS / Removal batteries, IR Blaster, Mini jack,... all are gone 😭😭😭😭

And recently... you almost gave up the PEN too....

Maybe you should remove only one thing :

your whole R&D Team ?!   🤣

Mattador80
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100% agree. I wii not upgrade from my S20+ because of the SD card. I hate they removed it and I hope they bring it back. It was one of the best features that separated itself from an apple
904thj34th9090
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Why have you put the microSD on the mid range and budget phones and then stripped it from the flagships? It's supposed to be the other way round, put the microSD slot on the flagships

IzzyCat
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I, too, have held on to my Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G because I have a 1TB micro SD in the expandable slot.
alkhalaf
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I totally agree, I was actually searching Google about this exact thing when I saw this topic.

I'm still holding on my S20 FE, which I bought instead of S21 just because the later doesn't have external storage, and all S20 (non-FE) where out of stock.

The funny thing, Samsung did mock Apple of everything Apple did, then they will make the exact same thing they mocked Apple of, external storage, headphone jack and removable batteries.

The main thing regarding microSD is and still it's performance, which I agree can give the user an unpleasant experience compared to the onboard storage, now with micro SD express there's just no excuse, the performance has much improved even for 4K or 8K video recording.

jdrch
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> now with micro SD express there's just no excuse, the performance has much improved even for 4K or 8K video recording.

This exactly.

Technotoad
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Could not have said it better myself. 

My main contemplation about switching out of Samsung is the lack of transferable, expandable, and inexpensive storage along with the headphone jack. Theres plenty of space for the headphone jack as it's smaller than the s pen. The additional options are why I get Androids and Samsung has been lacking in those options and features as they follow the "Apple" model. 

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You don't make sense. You are actually still using a Note 9 that no longer receives security updates and is stuck on Android 10 strictly because of storage? That phone is a dinosaur, my friend!

Someone who truly appreciates Android for its customization and other features would never buy an iPhone. I finally traded in my Note 20 Ultra 512 GB for the S24 Ultra 512 GB for just $299. I never used more than 400 GB in total on both the phone and SD card. There is no reason to use 2.5 TB on a phone with old camera hardware. The only reason for large capacity is heavy camera use. Most new apps require higher read/write speeds than the old SD cards can facilitate. I realized that the battery needed replacement and was soon losing support was inevitable.

The S24 is as close to a perfect phone as you can get. I use an external USB-C drive to transfer my videos when needed. The issue and reason microSD cards were removed were because of speed and heat issues. I loved the ability to use a microSD card with my Note 20, but it was antiquated when it came to speed. The new Express cards are four to six times faster and have addressed the thermal issues.

Let's use some common sense when discussing these matters. Otherwise, we lose credibility among the Apple fanboys. Don't forget, we are the superior race!
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jdrch
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> You are actually still using a Note 9 that no longer receives security updates and is stuck on Android 10 strictly because of storage?

Yes, storage is more important to me than Android version.

> That phone is a dinosaur, my friend!

My phone performs pretty well, especially since I use Galaxy Boost weekly to recompile all the apps using profile guided optimization.

> I never used more than 400 GB in total on both the phone and SD card. 

You are not everybody.

> There is no reason to use 2.5 TB on a phone with old camera hardware.

This post is about the S25 and S25U, not the Note9. Actually if Samsung shipped the S25U with 2 TB onboard storage and expandable storage, one could conceivably shoot, edit, AI enhance, and publish an entire movie locally on the S25U.

> Most new apps require higher read/write speeds than the old SD cards can facilitate

Which is why my post advocates using the newer, faster SD Express on upcoming devices.

> I realized that the battery needed replacement 

I've replaced my Note9's battery twice, which has cost me less than 200 USD total. Considering I spent about 1400 USD in 2018 on the phone and accessories specific to it, I'd consider that worthwhile.

> I use an external USB-C drive to transfer my videos when needed

I'm glad that works for you. I'd find that extremely inconvenient.

> The issue and reason microSD cards were removed were because of speed and heat issues

As someone with a 512 GB microSD card in my Note9 that is full of video and music, I can tell you 100% for sure that this reason is false. SD cards in Galaxy phones don't wear out any faster or fail more often than SD cards in other devices. As a matter of fact, the 400 GB microSD card I had in there before outlasted the microSD card I had in 1 of my Raspberry Pis.

> it was antiquated when it came to speed

Again, see above reference to SD Express.

> Let's use some common sense when discussing these matters.

I suggest you read what I wrote before replying. I suggested using SD Express, which solves the SD card speed limitation, which is the only issue with SD cards.

 

 

 

 

 

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What do you guys think the biggest changes will be with the s25 series ? 

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