guru, 26 Jul 2011is it good than HTC desire S and Samsung Galaxy S?yes it is gooder
my market place doesnt work at all what should i do please guys help meee!!!
incredible S incredibly credible!!! but the only thing i hate is the battery power. its barely a week i bought it yet the battery cant last 24 hrs!!!
am so disappointed it cost me a lot to buy this phone!!!
i don't deserve this ""sucking battery""
Souldig, 17 Jul 2011Wat phone shld i buy HTC Incredible S or HTC Sensation??
i need better battery life and displ... moreI'd read many reviews on Incredible S and Sensation. Most reviews said Sensation consume battery faster than Iphone. So i think Incredible S is better.
I'm struggling to consider whether i should get Samsung I9100 or Incredible S. Any feedback is welcome =)
I m using this phone from last one month I am happy with its performance, camaraderie is too good, battary backup is his as compair to other touch Ph.
Hi I ve been using this phone since one & half months and very happy with the performance, Its one of the best phone compared to any other.... Only thing is no call button option availabe in handsfree.
Hi, I've seen a lot of people complain about the gingerbread update, so I was wondering if you guys who have the update think its worth it, or should i stick with 2.2? Thanks a lot!
The only thing I don't like about this phone is I couldn't find a leather case for it (too new at the time) and the volume control on the side. The volume control is pretty much invisible and I often find myself adjusting it by mistake.
It once caused a problem when my wife used the phone and adjusted the volume all the way down to 'mute'...
Apart from that it's been great. Smooth, reliable and generally OK. Be aware though that the speed and accuracy of the GPS is almost entirely down to your telcom provider. Without good cell coverage the GPS sensor is lost among tall buildings in a city, rendering it useless on a recent trip to KL.
That's another thing, but not specific to this phone - Android is a battery hog and will cost you a fortune abroad as it's forever accessing the net, forcing you to continue using Airplane mode after landing. With my old Samsung and my wife's Nokia we could just pop a couple of local sim cards in to keep in touch with each other. You can't really do that with this, as it resets the entire phone, you lose access to all games, software or book purchases, can't sign into anything... If you're going abroad just leave it at home and take a cheap phone, as it's not worth the hassle. Ironically one of it's features is it sets the time for you, as it automatically knows what time zone it's in.
By accessing the net... Seriously, unless you're mega rich and consider mobile roaming charges to be affordable, leave it at home. Many Android applications will switch on the net access automatically. This is very much a phone that needs and expects an always-on data service. Without it, it's a bit of a brick, with it abroad it's $70 to $90 a day in roaming charges. Again it's not really the phone's fault, that's Android.
I am using Incredible S for over one month now...very happy with it...but there small bugs like lag in Keyboard & when scrolling contact list phone will get stuck sometimes.
I am using this Incredible S for over one month now...very happy with it...but there small bugs like lag in Keyboard & when scrolling contact list phone will get stuck sometimes.
I am using this Incredible S for over one month now...very happy with it...but there small bugs like occatinal lag in Keyboard & when scrolling contact list phone will get stuck...
oh and when trying to sync with computer (after installing application to sync) it wont sync my contacts or calendar... does anyone know why this is?
but dis phone is very good ,as i m using dis phone its incridible ,and m using frm april and i have no probz,with it and good battry back up ,and if u compair to i phone ,dis is d best 1 to bye.......