We’re excited for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the LG G5. Both the phones arguably stand neck to neck with each other, and there’s no doubt that they are one of the best phones you could purchase in the near future.
If you are due for an upgrade in the next few months and happen to ask an Android enthusiast for their recommendation for the best flagship, there’s a very good chance you will be suggested one of these phones. And not without good reason too.
But alas, as good as they can be, these devices are still not perfect. While everyone is celebrating the return of the microsd in the Galaxy S7, there’s one thing common with how both, the S7 and G5, deal with microSD cards: they won’t support one of Android 6.0’s practical features, Adoptable Storage.
If you haven’t heard of this before, we won’t really blame you. This wasn’t a very widely discussed addition to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and with manufacturers moving away from microsd cards, their marketing machineries naturally did not bother publicizing the features that their phones could not take advantage of.