Already on my shopping list and like someone else has already said, the excitement is killing me too. :)
I like the Samsung smartphones simply because they have a removable battery while many of opposition DON'T.
As for me that is a good news. It is handy when ur hands are wet, or u have gloves... u still can answer the call thanks to that.
Anonymous, 14 Feb 2013on screen button are suck, it always hit accidentallyNot to mention onscreen keyboards usually eat up about 15% of the screen display.
physical home button is yes for me. keep the same button format as s3 no prob.
pls release it soon. the excitement is killing me.......
Always have to mash the back button? That is NOT a Samsung issue it's an android issue. Blame google
People are eager about s4 and it must have s pen because this option only samsung has this is really good decision if it has s pen within 5 inch display
people are not interested in bigger screens more than 5 inch
Samsung, what is the problem with or without home button on a phone?
The Specs are out and unfortunately the SIV is coming with only 1.9 quad core processor and not Eynos 5 Octa Processor... So its the only disappointment. Octa core processor might be used in Note 3.
my only problem wit my s3 is build quality so wat i have it in a case all day should b able to survive a fall i hope they fix that be amazing if they could waterproof and throw in wireless charging i like samsung but i dont ever Down play wat other peeps r bringing
I kinda like the button arrangement of the software button. (back / home / recent apps) -
It allows better multi-tasking/app control.
The one provided by samsung is a pain .. always have to mash the back button..
Terrible multi-tasking. Congrats Samsung, you'll never have me as customer.
i only use physical button on iphone 3g & 4 only for jailbreaking (redsnow etc), since absinthe only click on screen, i wish i can remove iphone physical button. every time i want close apps, i use sbsetting and assistive touch (on screen home button)..
i don't have any problem using n9 too.
but is't good idea to maintain physical button.
I really like the physical button, makes the life easy, I have assigned so many functions to it
Anonymous, 14 Feb 2013What's with some people talking about build quality and materials used as being very important... moreROFL.. i agree with you 100%. but,
oh, Correction 98% (almost all the people i know of use protective covers). plastics? lol who cares. i can watch movies and browse web at the same time. it's a phone, a smartphone. not an ice cream. you don't need to lick its aluminium or diamond or whatever. USE it for god's sake. don't lick it. build quality my as*!