Preceptor, 07 May 2012Still hesitating between the blue and the white colours.
But I am willing to buy the one wi... moreYes i also eyeing on the 64gb version. But don keep your hopes high.. samsung like to announce those high capacity .. and ends up doesn't deliver it world wide & hopes the world will ignore it because of the micro sdcard expansion..
ITS LIKE LIEING TO COMSUMERS: saying HEY we got this 64gb 128gb versions, they can even put 256gb !.. and end up didn't make it. can sue them if you have the money ;p (too bad you cant .. if you read the fine print in their website haha)
really awesome phn...the most powerful smartphone i guess....obviously much better than htc one x
This phone looking like old O2 model 10 years ago, camera is poping out, again plastic body, only speed and ICS.
Still remember the Samsung Galaxy S II, a large, beautiful 4.3-inch SUPER AMOLED Plus screen, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, a great 8-megapixel camera and 2-megapixel front-facing camera, and 16GB built-in storage, very impressive. And have collected many tips&apps from Aneesoft for it, now seems it's hard to make choice to buy which one!
Im samsung fan , I started with SGS I then SII came out and had to upgarde to that since most of the missing feature in SI can be found in SII...Im very Happy with my SII and I was really waiting for the SIII, SPECS wise its perfect, Hardware and Software is amazing based on the presentation I watched, to be honest I was disappointed with the design but based on their concept and theme which is nature I guess the marble looking phone would fit just fine. Im still undecided if I would upgrade since my SII is still fine if the SIII is 12MP I would definitely go for that , does anyone know if there will be a Samsung Galaxy Note II?
[deleted post]so lol... i didnt say i shall buy this. i only said i shall wait for the price to drop... im a motofan and i wont use other brands... the point is--this is sammy is cheap... get?
Who approved the design of this horrible looking phone...Stevie Wonder?
Some phones from years ago look better than this....lucky it performs very well.
Samsung FIRE your design department!!
to MR BLACK
it's not about ur city n my city dear. Nokia n9 is not released in India yet but people are buying this warranty less phone in 30-35k from outside india. in India n9 is not repairable because any Nokia services dose not have its part.
Had my heart set on the xperia ion but Sony & At&t are just killed it for me with no release date after 4 months. I like this phone & the features that it has & the whole nature feel that they are going for. I already know when it comes to US it will have a dual-core CPU since the Exynos 4 Quad doesn't support LTE, but if it does ship with quad-core it would be great. I just don't understand why some ppl are bashing it tho.
Still hesitating between the blue and the white colours.
But I am willing to buy the one with biggest storage capacity :-) => I want to buy the 64GB.
I hope they will release the 64GB versions (blue and white) this time.
Samsung promised 32 GB for GSII and Nexus never did it :(
i shall wait for 2 to 3 months im sure the price drops 70% less..so lol... and waiting for motorola razr hd...
I'm using a HTC ONE X, and my wife is still using her iphone 4. I'm planning of buying her the Galaxy Note. The Galaxy Note is probably the best phone from Samsung so far (design & feature wise). I had waited for the introduction of the GS3, and after checking out the GS3 on different websites and You tube, there is no doubt the Galaxy Note is a better all round phone ... especially it come with the stylus pen.
After Galaxy S experience with Samsung, mainly consisting of unstable, bloatware software, with many application not working already and now have been abandoned with 10 months to go on the contract, I am done with Samsung.
Samsung is self flattering but to see the future just look at the satisfaction rate of existing customers. For techies, it cannot higher than 50% (Super Amoled or CPU benchmark does not define the user experience), compare that to 90% IPhone users.
Why the hell does Google not see it??? Make Android truly open and give OEM and app developers early access to souce code while in development, have supported device hardware profiles like MS and oblige licencies to provide product support for at least 24 months.
Android is a jungle at the moment for everybody, it has used up its credit. I will certainly not put up with it for my future purchases and advise friends and family to steer clear of it.