ooh that I8510?Android phone looks good. I want to upgrade from Omnia but want something special as Omnia isn't shabby with its specs.
Anyone else notice that tha first so called Live photo in this article is Not tha wave at all, lol its windows And apears to be tha Omnia2
bummy, 15 Feb 2010I don't understand Samsung phones...
They're so mediocre....... Nothing ever really stands ou... moreThat's why they're the nr.2 cellphone manufacturer in the world!
And I like the Samsung-style a lot.
At this moment I use the Jet, Omnia II and the Omnia i8910HD and I love all three of them ;-)
The only OS I'm still missing is Android.
And the reason for that was exactly the style of the current Samsung-Android cellphones which I don't like.
But with the i8520 on its way I'll be playing with a Samsung Android soon :-))
design borrowed from Nokia Prism phones..actually grabbed not borrowed..
my 7500 Prism is still the original diamond shaped & patterned phone..goodluck Samsung.. :-X
I don't understand Samsung phones...
They're so mediocre....... Nothing ever really stands out. And they're always in that ugly hardware with clucky UI.
I don't like Samsung cell phones but I'm going to buy the Wave just for the BT3.0 feature and the hella cool display.
Man that Wave phone with Bada sure looks impressive, but there is always competition, we'll see Nokia's new Maemo devices and what others have to offer. Good work Samsung!
Samsung seems to be undefeated now in electronic hardware feature aspect.
The Samsung I8520 seem to be good choice, good battery pack, projector, stereo speakers, good screen size, good looking phone for man to have, the OS is not that preferable but by time release maybe will bee better.
Assfor Bada, it's on it's own, no fun with it, no games and no apps, it's because it will take time for developers to deploy any good software for it, that's why it would bee boring to have a thing like that in pocket.
Wow, now the hard thing for me will be to decide what to get rid of my N97 for. This samsung Android phone or the wave.....
If software upgrade support will be like in Samsung Galaxy i7500 where thousands of people sign online petitions in order to get official upgrade from Samsung, than maybe it is better to stay off their phones...
Have anyone even bother to watch the video on S8500's preview? Bada is most certainly innovative and new. Its reaction time improved in a great deal and I can't wait to see the retail edition.
But really, people need to know more before they talk and humiliate them selves. It amazed me how some fanboys figure out whether a phone will be success or not without even touching it.
I don't really get the point of buying an (admittably nice looking) phone, if the software is a big question mark..
The Samsung I8520 has android 2.1, wow this is one great device i think!
Sorry, aside from Super AMOLED/HD Video which was last year's showcasing and a faster processor, what is actually different about this. If this is what MWC 2010 is all about, then it really isn't going to be very exciting. Personally think last year's MWC was more exciting, the build up to this year has WinMo 7 and HTC's showcasing, Nokia's a no show, and if WinMo 7 disappoints.....this'll be a flop.
It's good that the Screens are taking the next step in improving the tech, but there's not an awful lot of technical innivations besides that, it's 2010 now, and this is what we've to show for it. Projectors on phones/AMOLED/HD Video recording are the only technological advancements I see from this year. An OS on how it performs aren't.