kurotsuki, 27 Jan 2012Really? With your 5" only you could read the whole web page clearly? And ... mobile websi... more
Remember this is only for me.
The Streak 5 I have to turn on the large font to make it more comfortable to read whereas the Galaxy Note is perfect with high res.
I am always next to a wireless no data limit is not an issue for me.
I agree that the screensize is the main issue here so great job from GSMarena to get their site more on the below 5" screen.
However, for me mobile sites are not worth visiting as it loses to much info.
I am hoping for a future phone with 5.6" screen estate that is still pocketable. HTC should start look into this hybrid tablet/phone. Kudos to samsung as I am enjoying every minute out of my galaxy note
Love it! I love your new mobile site, I will be a regular visitor from now on.
This site is my ultimate ref. Of daily news,I check it more than four times a day...
The mobile site will make it my favourite site,keep the good job.
The reasons for not producing an app could be summed up like this: "we can't be bothered to do extra work"
A major site should be offering a mobile web version *AND* apps.
Good job gsmarena it took ages view webpage version in my slow phone nokia n8 thanks for the great job
It was about time guys! Anyway, nice job on the design and on the decision to go with a mobile site instead of an app! Keep it up
Doesn't display properly on the Samsung Galaxy Note. It only displays across about 70% of the screen. Both from the Andorid Market are the same. When viewed from Phone News and Phone Genie the content looks fine fortunately.
A bit late but it was worth the wait.
GREAT JOB GUYS !!!
Love the mobile version & its definitely the best.
I'm normally browse desktop version on operamini. while reading this I opened a tab for mobile site. When I ran to it after read this article; honestly I haven't noticed any difference between desktop n' mobile sites on first sight. it's nicely done.