The one thing I don't like about my S6 is that everything has a greenish tint to it, but I guess with Lollipop I will get finer control over the white balance.
Mine doesn't have a greenish cast. Maybe since I tuned it with the x-rite Display Pro & Colortune, but I think that only works with the image viewer and not by default to the entire device. Dunno. My screen isn't the brightest in daylight (Whose is?), but the screen resolution in Google Earth is pretty impressive. Mine was a late build as the T-Mobile store ran out of them as did the local Costco and I had to wait for another batch of the 64GB models.
I think the screen is a 4K unit? Haven't tried any video with it yet. Still playing with the camera and editor part.
I did find some Bluetooth USB thing I had laying around the place and plugged it into one of my smaller Epson Charm printers and the phone found it immediately (Asked for a "0000" passkey too.) and it prints fine to the printer with that sideways Y thing and "Print." Only thing is I cannot send the largest JPG files made off the 16MP camera to the printer, only the mids and smaller JPGs as the printer reports "File sent too large." I don't know if that is a limitation of Bluetooth or the printer's cache, although it prints large files from a SD card. Images do look pretty good though. Much quicker setup than hooking the Nikons via a cable to the printer or through a laptop too.
Sure is nice having a "capable" (large MP) camera in one's pocket verses lugging a DSLR and camera bag around too. That "Just toss it on the charging puck" gizmo is nice too.
I did get a laugh out of the Apple store employee that sold me the Joby tripod holder when they addressed is as the "iPhone 7."