will samsung galaxy s plus switch off by itself? coz i using galaxy ace,it will switch off by itself.can someone let me know... plzzz...
pingvin, 29 Dec 2011512MB of RAM my a**!!! It only has 384 which makes it very slow! I do NOT recommend this phone!!!Guys!
I see only 384 MB RAM !!!
If you have a load of applications its slow!
Better pay 8 % more and Get GALAXY R , please ...
Or Pay 18% more and get Galaxy SII please ...
512MB of RAM my a**!!! It only has 384 which makes it very slow! I do NOT recommend this phone!!!
It would be a big failure for samsung not to give ICS to i9001. It is my first samsungs so if there is no update it will be my last as well!
see for ics 4.0 good news for i9001
See thats all news for ics 4.0 be happy
i9001 will get ics 4.0 :PPPPP
so this phone definately wont be upgradeable to 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich? how can we know which phones will be? im going to buy my first android phone and i can only spend up to the price of this device. so either this or samsung nexus s? what do you all think?
well ..this phone ll be the first and last samsung device if they nt give ICS update to this phone... never vuy any samsing product thts for sure. better to go with other brands
cokelat, 26 Dec 2011ICS never get to up in s +..:(we can use custum roms
the functions are all same as Galaxy W except the screen size =__=
I bought this phone but it has 16gb internal storage
ann not 8gb as given in the review
The phone is a battery hog.If i use it for 3 hrs the
battery goes down to less than 20%
Eddie, 25 Dec 2011what mean for "8 GB storage, 512 MB RAM, 2 GB ROM"?It has 8gb of internal memory, but 1,33gb for personal data and 1,33gb for internal phone storage and for music, pics etc. it has 4,99gb
I have two phones like thisand the battery doesn't hold even for a day. i have takeffmy charger with every where i go. the bluettoth is off the wifi is off the gps is off and all the aplication and charging the phone over night does
In my opinion it's a big misstep from Samsung to not support ICS upgrades for the Galaxy S Plus:
ICS is a revolutionary upgrade, and one doesn't want to be left behind if you've bought a new Android handset in the past year or two: http://nvonews.com/2011/12/22/...ary-upgrade/
I was on the verge of upgrading to the Galaxy S Plus, until I realized the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S is the better option. In general, Sony Ericsson seems to be better at providing Android upgrades for their existing handsets: http://www.techradar.com/news/...ests-1046051