[deleted post]There aren't enough amoled displays to cover the demands of Apple's iPhone, it might be alright on small production run phones but the technology can't possibly supply the number of iPhones that will be sold.
Besides Apples screen performs better, especially in sunlight.
Hey Apple, how can i use my normal sim on your super fantastic absolutely mind-blowing magical device if it uses micro sim card?
And where people can still cut their sim to suit that magical slot of your magical device, how the hell are can they use that magical micro sim on ordinary phone?
As far as i can see, only ONE magical phone now use that kind of sim card. Get lost
Narcolepsy, 23 Jun 2010engadget review said that the iphone 4 had the best screen of any mobile on the market current... morePhone arena already did a review of the samsung wave. They were impressed by its amoled display as well, but according to their review, pixelization can be seen, and there's over saturation of colors and does not offer an excellent outdoor visibility. They even said that the 3gs offers better outdoor visibility, take note, they're comparing it to the 3gs. With that said, I think the iphone's retina display offers more clarity with virtually no pixelization and still offers great visibility under direct sunlight. I'm not saying that amoled is not great, but based on professional impressions, the retina display is a little better.
why do ppl buy steve jobs products? because he makes fan boys and girls who love to tap and give their money
Seriously now, do the people who post here actually read their inane drivel? I don't understand the necessity to berate a product just because of where it has come from. Now, don't get me wrong, I own an HTC Desire and I haven't bought into the iPhone so far but you have to admit that the fact I can catch a train and find 75% of the phones out and being used are iPhones means that, even with its limitations, it's hugely popular.
And a huge percentage of these current users will upgrade because of the app store and the apps they have bought for there previous device. In truth, I am considering an iPhone4 due to the underwhelming Android Market. I have found a couple of useful apps but the main bulk seem to be terrible. Most mobile phone magazines have reviews of software and 90% of these are for the iPhone/ iPad.
The Desire is a wonderful phone but I do have niggles just like some iPhone users will have niggles (main concerns are the "anonymous" texts I receive when someone has left a voicemail, audible notifications for no reason at all and the music player quitting playback for the hell of it).
It would be nice to see a thread without the bashing as it comes across as extremely childish and a hint of jealousy at Apples good fortune. Regardless of what the haters think, Steve Jobs has turned Apple around and let's face it, without him, we wouldn't have seen any Pixar films.
Ta ta for now...
ok guys how am i supposed to change the battery if its dead even though i have a backup battery?? do i have to cut my sim card with sickle to make it a micro sim? applause to steve jobs for stealing our moneys
engadget review said that the iphone 4 had the best screen of any mobile on the market currently. I find that a big statement. The super amoled display of the samsung wave is pretty amazing. I would like to see these two devices go face to face before such assumptions are made.
iPhone 4 is very stylish phone with very good specs, but Samsung I9000 Galaxy and HTC Desire are technicly better!
Ive used iphone 3gs for 2 months and sold it coz ive found its really hard to type and going to backspace by tapping. I text a lot, so i love my nokia n72 :) I give it 10/10. My next touch phone would be android powered motorola milestone xt720, not this iOS again which has no adobe flash and runs with mirco sim card!
aino, 23 Jun 2010Engadget calls it the best smartphone in the market. The battery life is just imrpessing so f... moreI think Engadget hit the bulls eye. Awesome review. It was honest and accurate. It was very detailed. They gave very good points and constructive criticisms that are inoffensive. Now I'm eager to see GSM Arena's review. Maybe they're putting it together as we speak.
Engadget calls it the best smartphone in the market.
The battery life is just imrpessing so far. What do you guys think?
I heard nokia was releasing an apple ipod phone with 64gb memory with a slide out qwerty keyboard is this true?
iOSfail, 23 Jun 2010Maybe if apple stopped focusing on useless features such as "Gyroscopes" and "V... moreI think the gyroscope integration and video editing is way more useful than bt. Developers can make good use of the gyroscope feature on their apps. We have a work around in sending files. But there's no work around for not having a gyroscope on your phone.
Vincent has the same amount of letters as pityful. coincident? I think not too. :)
Anonymous, 22 Jun 2010Out of curiosity, have you ever used an N97?Yup...i am using one currently. and my advice...if u are planning to DONT BUY ONE! compared to iPhone and its touchscreen technology, N97 sucks big time.
Check out my review of the phone under Nokia>N97 and then the opinions section...its with the same name "Raakhee" You will know more.