AnonD-19631, 17 Jan 2012SIII seems like a very thin smartphone, at least that guarantees notthing more than 8mpix cameraSamsung made 2 sensors last year . @ backiluminated 12 mpx and 16 mpx. The 12 mpx is really tiny and is most likely to end up in the sgs III. THough i really hope they put the 16 mpx.
Looks Like iPhone 5 teaser prototype --- Apple preparing for PATENT WAR
i live in the usa, and i have the tmobile version of the s2 and the edges are curved.i think they might following the footsteps of that version because nexus has the curves as well on the edges. i prefer the rectangle-like structure though.
AnonD-38437, 17 Jan 2012I think this is the Samsung Galaxy SII -HD version. See this (dutch..) source: http://tweakers... moreI dont think that's the same phone as the one in the video. If you look closely, the top end of the screen to the edge of the top bezel are notably more spaced out for the GS2 HD. This cod very well be the Samsung Galaxy Note successor, which has a 5 inch screen so its more than likely classed as a phone as opposed to a mini tablet. Samsung have not officially announced the S3 too and i'd doubt they'd want to show off an early prototype before the official unveil at the MWC announcement, if there.is one indeed.
The curved screen corners don't seem right, though it would be cool if the OS supported that. If they bump up resolution to 720p, keep it RGB (12 subpixels, not pentile). then at 4.6" it would be great.
AnonD-38437, 17 Jan 2012I think this is the Samsung Galaxy SII -HD version. See this (dutch..) source: http://tweakers... moreThis is not the same one. The HOME button is different and the bezel is still thicker.
peter, 17 Jan 2012do that again, and post it on you tube, for if you are truthful show me your prove, until now ... moreLOL
interesting flame comment there!
No, seriously, it did happen - I was mortified - I got the flashing power / battery thing with exclamation marks, a thermometer - the whole works!!
It wouldn't turn on again...
But once I dried it over a radiator for a good few hours (turning it regularly) and then plugged it into the mains... it just started working again! and honestly - not a scratch on the green...
When that happened, I had a lot of respect for Sammy...
seriously cannot wait for the new gs3 to come out.Just another nail in the coffin for nokia and its malware ridden wp7.Samsung rocks nokia flops!!
I think this is the Samsung Galaxy SII -HD version. See this (dutch..) source: http://tweakers.net/nieuws/79384/samsung-gaat-hd-versie-galaxy-s-ii-in-europa-uitbrengen.html
AnonD-38309, 17 Jan 2012Thing is, Samsung fan boys went trolling on Sony's/HTC's/LG's/Motorla's/Apple's topics while t... moreas i remember, it's the other way around.
SE, Moto, and iphone fanboys are trolling everywhere.
I hope this time no more 800x480 pixles , but it does looks like iPhone 5 demo?!!!
Anonymous, 17 Jan 2012I would rather buy galaxy S2 than iPhone 4S, but I must say Samsung is just copycat. If there ... moreIf everyone says that samsung or any other company is a copycat of iphone....thats totally crap....if it is about touch mobile phones which was undoubtedly the first mobile company to start a touch....but it doesnt mean that no other company should make touch screen phones....and if soo...then nokia was probably the first one to start up with mobile phones.....so then no other company including iphone should make phone as it a copy of nokia...
lennard, 17 Jan 2012samsung's copycat style won't last for so long... they will be a losing team right now.... Before you go accusing Samsung of copying others' design, please have a look back at the history of Apple's copying behaviour, specifically large screen phones and touch gestures. Stop being an arse.
english only people. What's with the grammar here? Did everyone here fail grade school? Most of your comments are incomprehensible.
I rather buy Lumia 900 LTE 4G, 4,3 inches, it isn't a copycat, looks better than any other phone, and has more specifics such as free nav turn by turn in 100 countries, and its superb clear black technology.
Anonymous, 17 Jan 2012you're just clumsy, and you tried to blame the manufacturer...blame yourself instead of others... moreI am blaming Apple for a very fragile design. It is impossible to find a person who hasn't dropped their phone ONCE within 2 years. I would rather have a phone that wont smash when it is dropped.
I'm sorry but you have no arguement everyone drops their phone. Everyone needs a phone that if dropped isn't going to smash or crack thats why I chose samsung. It is Apple's fault for making their phones out of glass, when plastic and metal can be used instead to stop it from being so fragile. There is no point to your comment at all, it is completely the manufacturers fault if the phone smashes/cracks when dropped because they BUILT IT.
If you build a phone and want to get good reviews on it, you will want it to be able to withstand a couple of drops within its lifetime whether that drop is from 1 inch or 1 foot. The technology to make a phone look good an durable is available now and has been just Apple refuse to use it!
samsung's copycat style won't last for so long... they will be a losing team right now....
TheAndroider, 17 Jan 2012I can vouch for him. My wife dropped her phone alongside my S2 from roughly about 1-2 foot off... moreyou're just clumsy, and you tried to blame the manufacturer...blame yourself instead of others. those phones are not design to be dropped, else if you use it this way, buy those phones with rugged designs with water resistance such as phones from motorola and sony (i.e. motorola defy)