I don't like the size and design. I'll stick to my SG2, when it gets the ICS it will be as good as this one (better cameras make for the smaller resolution)
uncle bob, 20 Oct 2011Fragmentation fix wont happen over night. All prior devices (lets say 2010 maybe early 2011) w... moreSaying all high end devices from 2011 will get ics isn't solving fragmentation. There will still be millions of handsets running older versions of android.
And what happens when apple pie or whatever they call it cones out and they say only 2012 high end handsets will get it......
The only way to end fragmentation is to make it compatible with ALL devices old and new.
Until that happens then fragmentation will still be a massive problem.
I like everything on this phone.. except its even bigger than my SGS2.. way too much size for a phone sorry, its bordering ridiculous and you would look like an absolute tool using a phone that big.. no matter how good the resolution is.
camera quality is quite nice actually, and the colors feel vibrant but the video had a few glitches , hopefully it will be fixed until the release date
They haven't gotten rid of gmail... Just the build on you phone is very odd... gmail was a major part of the presentation in Hong Kong...
Duel, 21 Oct 2011You should check out this http://www.engadget.com/2011/10/21/the-galaxy-nexus-super-amoled-dis... moreA little math and anyone can tell you have no point in this reply.
Seriously, stop being a pirate's parrot and start thinking more.
Wow.. Shots taken using the camera even have I nice big pink(redish) spot in the middle of them. If this was a Nokia GSM would have decried outrage.
Can't wait until Nokia release a better Windows smartphone. Indeed, this is the only thing holding me back from changing the OS I currently use.
Anonymous, 21 Oct 2011Samsung should better update SG2 to icecream sandwitch like they did it to SG1. A lot of cu... moreA lot of Android customers are pissed off already as they thought that OS upgrades should be like iOS. Imagine when people tell them their iPhone 3GS from 2009 got the latest iOS5, the very day it was launched without any delay.
Anonymous, 20 Oct 2011Are you able to select all the emails at the same time and mark them as read or delete them all?Yes you can
belle ?? pretty much looks like belle a.k.a symbian belle. i for see a law suit btw nokia and google :)
rom, 21 Oct 2011I love the freaking resolution. Unlike so called qHD(960x540) which not many apps and imag... moreYou should check out this http://www.engadget.com/2011/1...-not-a-plus/ The Galaxy Nexus' Super AMOLED display is a minus, not a Plus
Samsung should better update SG2 to icecream sandwitch like they did it to SG1.
A lot of customers will be pissed off if they are noticed that there will be no update coming.
I love the freaking resolution.
Unlike so called qHD(960x540) which not many apps and images are available(the one of main reason i sold the HTC Sensation after purchasing it 5 days) due to it's limited number of divices are using that resolution.
However, like 800x480, 1280x720 has widely used for laptop. Many images and apps will be easily cutomised! Oh this is just great for the developer and user as well.
You see HTC and motolora? you should drop that pathetic so called qHD resolution. That really bugs the users.
If they got the OMAP5430 on it this would be unteachable for a time...
I am happy with Samsung. Yes they wanted to make a good phone to introduce us to Android 4.0 but they will keep the galaxy s series as their best phones. I can't wait to get Icecream on my SGS2.
"The upshot? They calculated that, despite its 4.65-inch screen size, the Galaxy Nexus has the same number of sub-pixels as the 3.5-inch iPhone 4/4S. Think of a word with no r, g or b in it, and you eventually arrive at "disappointed."
Finally a high-end, quality phone with a notification LED but why exclude the all-important microSD slot???! What where they smoking at Google and Samsung not to include one?
SachBro, 20 Oct 2011Your comments clearly show your unconditional hatred towards Nokia and not necessarily your bl... moreUgh. GS2 has better battery life than iPhone 4S. And Symbian is just like BB OS. It was designed to do very little and has grown from that. That's why it uses less resources, but it's not really a "full OS". Why do you think Nokia is building Meltemi, a Linux OS even for their low-end devices?