[deleted post]Dear anonymous......people can google and get the answers from lots of other forums like android forum and samsung galaxy s forum bt nt doin so doesnt means they r simpletons they might be new to this smartphone area or new users......they get confused and they go for the most reliable forums where they could get answer frm those who kno abt it............u might b smart in this smartphone bt never would u b as smart as they r in other fields..........u r jus showin ur ignornace and showin off..........nobody is perfect.........except one can think..............so if u cant answer to a question or dont kno jus keep shut............people who kno wil help him out k.........
Galaxy, 20 Nov 2010I know the SGS has right now Android 2.1. When 2.2 is available for it, can I just update it o... moreGalaxy, you can just purchase the phone now (even if it's still on 2.1) and have it updated later. The update can be via Samsung Kies (you can download this for free from samsungmobile.com) or from any official service center that Samsung has. The real question is the time frame in which Samsung will release Froyo in your country. The update has just been made available in my country this morning (I'm from the Philippines, Froyo was not yet available last night but when I checked this morning, its already there!) so its probably available already in your country or it soon will be. Take note that accoring to Samsung's official statement, Froyo should be made available to all countries within November.
Kabalyero, 19 Nov 2010I upgraded from SE W960i to the Samsung Galaxy S just two weeks ago. This phone rocks! My form... moreJust an update. I checked Samsung Kies again this morning and the Froyo Update is now available! Too bad I still need to charge the phone but after a few hours, I'll finally get a taste of Froyo!!!
I know the SGS has right now Android 2.1. When 2.2 is available for it, can I just update it online or do I have to buy the phone with 2.2?
iphone. no removable battery
Not possible to put YOUR own music on without going thru iTunes.
iNuts buy a logo,. they are not very tech savvy,
subrata, 19 Nov 2010this is a very ugly and bad phone i don't comment on something what i don't have but in this c... more
Good for you! Because I sold mine as well. Since samsung never released Froyo for my region. Samsung are so terrible when it comes to updating their devices, now I'm with htc and it's heaven.
I ignored how ugly this device is because of the great technology it comes with, but come on! Why stay on 2.1 while others have 2.2
this is a very ugly and bad phone i don't comment on something what i don't have but in this case i do because i have sold mine already. only good thing in this phone is screen and the drawbacks are
1 no flash
2 very bad camera quality
3 body is made of plastic
4 not enough processing speed
5 screen is not scratch proof
6 don't feels solid in hand
7 no dedicated camera key
8 very poor battery life in my case 6 hours because i am a heave user in general use 10-12 hours
this device make me so bored that i have sold it in 50 percent of its retail value and bought htc desire and now waiting for desire hd
I'm not saying don't have fun with your mobile, but at least admit that it's cheap :)
I would buy Sony and apple products everyday, over cheap dirty samsung and lg shi*
I agree! I truly feel sorry for people who buy this ugly device that even doesn't have a flash for the camera and yet they think they have something that is worth.
The iphone 4g rapes this device and looks so much classier. Apple is a premiere company while samsung will always remain wannabes and copy cats.
No wonder why many people don't respect them.
can any one tell me why the battery is discharging fast even without much use and the du charge is also getting drained.
i have even disabled the wifi network.
Can someone tell me how do I make Java applications run on my all new amazing Galaxy S???
I upgraded from SE W960i to the Samsung Galaxy S just two weeks ago. This phone rocks! My former phone was quite good but comparing it to the Galaxy S is like comparing gold to dirt.
With respect to the lagging problem, I'm not really bothered by it since it only happens from time to time in my phone and it's not that bad (you should experience my old phone's lag problems!!!). Another point of concern is the battery because it only lasts me an average of 1.5 to 2 days with average use whereas I'm used to a phone that lasts at least three full days on a single charge. Anyway, despite these problems, I'm 100% satisfied with my phone.
On the other hand, one item that I am really starting to get frustrated with is the timeliness of the Froyo update here in the Philippines. I check with Samsung Kies everyday and even go to Samsung's service center from time to time (I was there just an hour ago!) and still, there is no update. This is really annoying since other countries (US, Canada, European Countries, etc.) have already tasted Froyo. I personally think that this is where Samsung should shape up. They sold millions of this particular unit (and made tons of money from it) but fall short with respect to support. Anyway, rooting the phone seems to be a very tempting thing to do but I'll just wait for the official ROM. Hopefully, they have this ready before the month ends. I can't wait to have the speed boost and the additional features! By the way, just an additional info with respect to Kies, I didn't experience any problem installing the latest version to my desktop and connection of the device via Kies worked perfectly (I am using Windows 7 32 bit).
Comparing the Galaxy S to one of its competitors, the iPhone 4, I wouldn't trade my Galaxy S if you gave me 2 iPhone 4's! Well, maybe I will but i'll use the money to buy two SGS and two memory cards since iphone is more expensive. My brother has an iPhone 4 (shame on him!!!) and after comparing my phone with his, I just could not comprehend why he bought it. Of course, a lot of the decision making process involves subjective/personal preferences but hey, if you will look at the specs and compare the two side by side, iPhone 4 is just a notch (or two!) lower. On paper, they boast about the retina display but looking at the two devices from a practical point of view, you will barely notice the difference in pixel size/resolution when you compare them side by side (as i did). With respect to the more visible aspects of the display like contrast and saturation, the Galaxy S is clearly miles away. Blacks really look black compared to the grayish look in the iPhone 4. Also, you can transfer files via bluetooth,change the battery, listen to FM radio, drag and drop files, play a lot of video without having to convert them, add memory via memory card, etc. The only aspect that I thought iPhone 4 had an advantage is the app store but hey, the android market (and android phones) are aggressively expanding. On the other hand, with respect to this iPhone 4 and SGS comparison, the one annoying thing that I found (at least here in the Philippines) is that a lot of people don't look at the specs written on paper as well as hands on comparison when purchasing or at least comparing the two phones. They are just plain fanboys who think iPhone 4 is the best ever smartphone on the universe. There is even one officemate who shoots down my claim (he probably got paid by Steve Jobs) despite having explained the comparison and the reviews from trustworthy sources like GSMArena. He claims that GSMArena just got paid and that iPhone 4 is the champion of all phones. When I told him that geeks (or people who really know how to properly judge the technical specifications of a phone) are the primary consumers of this phone, he told me that iPhone 4 fanboys are also geeks who know everything. The funny thing is that when I asked him about the technical specifications of iPhone 4 that makes it superior to the Samsung Galaxy S, he couldn't say anything (what an idiot).
Samsung Galaxy S rocks!!!