iSJ5, 27 Jul 2012oh god u r the best plastic copy fan thats why u here and giv a coment nonsense! So friend get... moreif you are the gsmarena founder i will out on this forum but if you just an ordinary troller why im lisen to you!
israel, 27 Jul 2012go to jail and suffer a lifetime restriction!oh god u r the best plastic copy fan thats why u here and giv a coment nonsense! So friend get lost on this forum!
[deleted post]i tink u need to sleep with your fone (i wonder what happen when u sleep i dont think so if your fone floating in the air) so go ahead men! And goodluck!!!
Mr. Decided, 23 Jul 2012First of all, You need to choose what screen size you are ok with?
Many people nowadays thin... moreRetina display is just the name given to it.
All it does is make a large resolution and put it on a smaller screen.
Resolution isn't bigger than most flagship Android phones.
You do know that quadcore isn't only for one single program/app don't you?
lets see what an actual user has to say http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMiY1kSTHZw
israel, 27 Jul 2012nokia 3315 original is better than the real copycat "clown" iphone 4s!Not according NOKIa disaster on the stock market is not.
Anonymous, 27 Jul 2012Not only iPhone was copied from LG prada, http://technewsreporter.blogspot.ca/2011/08/apple-ip... moreBecause the US patent office issued them patents on the design and the patent office doues not issue patents if there is prior art.
If you have a problem with your sick mind seek medical help
nokia 3315 original is better than the real copycat "clown" iphone 4s!
arguing is pointless and somewhat irritating, i dont own an iphone but for me apple rules period! Why on earth that everytime a phone manufacturer releases their so called iphone killer keeps on comparing to iphone itself? No more arguements just accept the fact that iphone will continue to rule. For those sour grapers watchout for iphone5 im sure its the ultimate phone one could ever wish for. Paging apple i want one for free coz ur phones are very expensive hahaha. Sorry for my english, peace...
Not only iPhone was copied from LG prada, http://technewsreporter.blogsp...-lg.html?m=0
But it's designers also copied iPhone from Sony Walkman: http://allthingsd.com/20120726...ays-samsung/
But why is it that Apple accuse everyone as copycats?
Anonymous, 26 Jul 2012Keep on trollingYou can also enjoy singing your theme song with karaoke.
Anonymous, 26 Jul 2012Keep on trollingYou play the game
But to Apple's shame,
You're using your phone like a clown,
Pretending that it's still number one....
Anonymous, 26 Jul 2012Oh yes, you're a great pretender woo-o woo-o, Pretending that you're doing well woo-o woo-o...Keep on trolling
Anonymous, 26 Jul 2012Useless to answer trollsOh yes, you're a great pretender woo-o woo-o, Pretending that you're doing well woo-o woo-o...
Anonymous, 26 Jul 2012iPhone was outsold already and its a fact that's hard for you to accept. You're a dreamer.What is going hard to accept are the damages plastic copy manufacturers will have to pay, I remember when Kodak made copies of the Polaroid instant camera:
Types of non-Polaroid instant cameras
Kodak EK6 Instant Camera
Some of the earliest instant cameras were brought to market before Edwin Land's invention of the instant camera. These cameras are, however, more portable darkrooms than "instant" camera. After Land's patent was brought to market, many imitators surfaced, some using Polaroid-compatible film and equipment, such as cameras by Keystone, Konica, and Minolta. Others were incompatible with Polaroid cameras and film, the most notable of these being made by Kodak, such as the Kodamatic. These cameras accepted a Kodak-branded integral instant film, similar to Polaroid's SX-70 film. This was simple for Kodak, because Kodak had, in fact, manufactured film for Polaroid up to this point, thus they were privy to the manufacturing process. The Kodak film was chemically identical to the Polaroid version with the exception that the final print was viewed from the opposite side to the exposed surface. Polaroid brought a patent-infringement lawsuit against Kodak, and eventually Kodak was forced to stop manufacture of both the camera and film. Kodak was also left to pay a settlement to some customers who were left without a way to use their now-defunct cameras. (Many were offered $50 in Kodak stock). Kodak also lost the contract to manufacture Polaroid's film who now took production in house.
Customers were offered the chance to exchange such Kodak cameras (e.g., the EK160-EF), for one of the new Disc cameras. Although many did make the swap, some did not trust the new disc format, especially in light of the instant picture camera fiasco and held onto their cameras. There are still many thousands available and even in mint condition with all the original booklets, instructions and carrying case they are worth little, and certainly far less than their original 1970s selling price.