S3's price was twice this S3 Mini's. Not sure if there is a significant decrease, but I bet it won't be much.
But you can't stuff a tablet into your jean pocket. D:Quote:
The smartphone wins in that regard already.
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how am I a biased S3 fanboy? It is a great phone, and it's cheaper now thanks to S4. Why not get it?
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Bob how did you make those panorama pics with the HTC? I neeeeeed ta nooooo!
DOES NOT MAKE ME BIASED.
You don't have the panorama option, Evil? I think you look for it somewhere in the option or something.
Thats an awesome feature - remembers trying to stich picutres together manually - shrugs.
Just upgraded my phone to the Samsung Galaxy S2 - finally, letting go of my previous HTC evo design.
One issue for me on the phone - I notice that the charge cord falls out unexpectedly at times, as if its not being locked in properly when inserted.
Other than this - the phone did freeze a couple times while really not doing anything daunting to the phone but I chalk that up to random.
I noticed that sometimes Samsung had this strange moment, both with my phone and my tablet, and my previous Samsung phones too. Like an error happens for a moment, then when you click the power button to lock the screen and click it again to unlock it, everything goes back to normal. I wonder if it's kind of a glitch for touch-screen phones, or if it's just Samsung, or I bought bad products from black market. :|
In my case had mines unlocked or whatever all call it. I wonder if that cause an issue.
In your case Phio - it could be a combination of both / all. Sometimes defects appears after all.
Following the announcement of the Galaxy S4 with stock Android, back at Google I/O, we have confirmation....
Google’s Sundar Pichai confirms HTC One with stock Android coming June 26
Best. News. Ever. I don't know if there's any reason to buy the next Nexus phone.
And Samsung finally makes the Galaxy S4 mini official.
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Samsung Premiere tomorrow/today/currentlylostintime. Livestream: http://www.youtube.com/samsungmobile
Dolphin browser for Android gets a redesigned UI.
Check it out in the Play Store. https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...yBrowser&hl=en
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 SoC gets benchmarked. Which shows some pretty impressive gains when you compare it to the 600 as well as Cortex A15s. But it's hard to find it interesting. Can't help but feel the software isn't there. When Apple revealed iOS 7 at WWDC a while back, it looked nice, but didn't find anything...innovative. More like it modernized Apple so it looks more up-to-date alongside the Metro UI and Holo. The only thing worth looking forward to most this year is probably Android 5.0 and if it'll take one step forward in convergence to be more in line with Surface RT/Pro.
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Samsung Galaxy S3 owners:
Android 4.2.2 has been leaked for you guys. Unofficial ROM is out, feel free to install for those who are tech savvy and can't wait for the OTA.
Finally bought a smartphone corresponding to my needs: big 5 inches HD screen, dual sim, quad core, 8 megapixels + flash ... and all that for 189 euros.
It's a wiko cink five. Wiko is basically a french importer for chinese technology. Lots of colleagues got one now & all are happy.
I still don't see the point in giving more money for an iphone or a galaxy (which are no dual sim anyway ...). Of course, all in all an iphone or a galaxy is a better phone but come on, 189 euros instead of 500-700 euros.
There are finally good quality smartphones (wiko,acer & others) which doesn't cost more than a new personal computer or a new ps4 ...
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Anyone else upset at how the phones are getting bigger instead of smaller? I don't need 1080 HD phone with 10-inch screen, I need a phone that's easy for me to carry, connects to the internet, can text, and can call.
Jeez, next thing you know we'll need a backpack specifically for tablet or cellphone. -_-