Works good on Note 3 Works great on Note 3 at SD, HD has slightly slower frame rate. It's an older phone, so I'd think that a newt phone with a faster processor would perform beget at HD. It does require a 5g wifi for connection. If you are getting really choppy video, you probably are on the slower correction or need a faster router.
In regards to using Samsung S7 + vMix18 Beta: The NDI app gets 5 stars for simplicity but as for tweaking it working with it to be part of any usable workflow it needs some time. First off it didn't let me choose any real settings and I couldn't tell if it was trying to use my cell or not since it says my provider (Verizon) with full bars but it was using my wifi obviously but seemed way to choppy at 60+megs a sec. Cutting my phone to airplane mode actually made the HD better but using use of bandwidth for 720 was not realistic as it was still choppy and would not be used in any production even if it was a fan cam. Also there was no lock screen that I could find nor documentation and every time I walked with it the slightest touch would stop the stream or shut the app down. This was on a dedicated 1Gbit wifi that only my phone and computer were on. It was pushing 60+ and I get better quality at 4 with anything else at 720p. I will say NDI is kicking butt and I would say make the dive and get it because it will only get better. I will test with a production build and a tablet and see if its better but 60+!!
Installed and streaming within about 2 minutes. Encoders will need some time to get the new stuff implemented (XSplit currently has trouble with the Audio), but the NDI Video Monitor works just fine.
Finally it is here I have waited a long time for this to arrive. It is working well with vMix17 and vMix 18. The latter even with tallet.
Poor on S7 Edge Runs poorly, framerate is inconsistent. Not a good experience when using XSplit to pull in.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - up and running in 2 minutes on vMix 17