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The only issue I have with this phone is the low PPI as a result of XDA Resolution on that big of a display... and will the US version be a quad core?
2 years ago on Samsung Galaxy Note II Hands-On By PhoneDog's Aaron Baker
I like it.
2 years ago on CyanogenMod 10 Getting New Boot Animation
Right, Apple is only interested in Samsung's bread and butter, Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note. Apple's intentions are clear, destroy the competition with litigation and monopolize the industry.
2 years ago on Apple vs. Samsung Update: International Galaxy S, Galaxy S II, & Galaxy Ace Cut from Lawsuit Against Samsung
Nexus 7 > Galaxy Tab 7 > Nook > Kindle Fire
2 years, 1 month ago on Kindle Fire Sales Forecast Slashed As Nexus 7 Debuts
Patent trolling at its finest.
2 years, 1 month ago on Apple reminding carriers/resellers of Samsung ban
@ru486lifegone Yeah, I agree, why use a beta browser during tests like this? also, any Android power user, knows that the review missed mostly everything to love about Android, perhaps its just not apart of the reviewers daily uses, being so used to a closed environment.
2 years, 3 months ago on 30 days with the Enemy: HTC One X (Day 29) – It’s over
Wow, there are many good points in which you failed to bring up ie (Open Platform, Not locked down, easy to customize) and the points in which you hampered on, where blown out of proportion. I do agree that both have their strong points, but to your "group of people" iOS has no falts. This is not objective at all, I have always said that the iOS mind cannot handle Android... I wish you understood the differences in architecture on a technical level, and appreciated both for what they are. What you see as slowdown, is just how the java front end handles drawing, in reality, its actually incredibly fast, it just does not draw as fast as the light weight primitive platform - iOS. Your comparing Windows 98 to Windows 7 here. Yes most RAM will be used, because you are using a real multitasking environment, not sudo like iOS. The world is at your fingertips with ICS, you can make it as fast as you want you know, there are a number of launchers on the marketplace that will blow your mind with speed and versatility. The APP quality is better on iOS, but thats only because of the lazy developers who care more about $ than proper multiplatform development, but this has not been an issue for me. Sense can be a beast though, the slowdown does not surprise me, but can EASILY be fixed. As an OS - Forget the multimedia experience for now, as an OS - ICS > iOS5 at the moment, on a feature and expandability level