[deleted post]You didn't hurt me, being the owner of an N8.
I successfully make calls and send texts on it. I also take some quite stunning photo's on it, and play some half-decent games on it when I'm waiting for the train or whatever ..
The phone does exactly what it says it does on the box, I've had no problems with it, and I'm very happy with it. It also doesn't bother me whether the iPhone is better, or a Samsung device is better than the N8.
I'm sure many people who own other devices are happy with theirs too .. Perhaps it's time that people learn to choose a device for their own needs and not because you want to out-do your friends.
dual-core tegra wont help much if they arent getting rid of their stupid user interference customs.
Is Android multicore aware?
I think there are things more important than raw processing power, for example battery life. I really need a smartphone that doesn't depend on a charger so much because I do some heavy use of it
Nokia and their Symbians are getting even more far behind the top Androids.
What's the benefit of dual core tegra2 processor...... ???
Even SE X12(anzu) with simple 800 mhz processor has the same benchmark score as this one.
LG should have provided something better ...
still waiting for sony ericson
I think we all have 2 carry a backpack full of batt 4 an xtrajuice....Dual core uber nice, batteries uber fail....How 2 keep track on 4" screen dual core cpu and a lot of ram......and tiny batt
hmm.. same benchmark as sony ericsson anzu? (x12)
Woohoo! A dual core! I hope the battery doesnt run dry easily on these machines.
powerful phone, finally a high-end android flgaship phone from LG!