Everyone, save your breath (fingers)! It's a fake photo.
The angle of the phone and angle of the icon grid don't match. And if you can't see that try 400% zoom on the browser image and check the display edges - the pasted display pic doesn't align with the phone.
It's one of the US carriers Galaxy Notes with a fake display shot photoshopped (badly) on it.
We can let this thread die now...
if it will cost more than 400 euros then they will be as bad as the fruit at pricing and the worst of all on new item designing,gs2 or experia s have already everything, there are no quad core games yet,even the dual core ones are few and gs2 already runs the heaviest flash sites smoothly
AnonD-49431, 13 Apr 2012UGLY AS HELL !!!! I'll Get HTC One X or Wait For PureView Lumias, sorry Samsung, Ure Days Were... morehave you read the article? do you know what a test mule is? it seems not...and samsung from my opinion will blow other companies with their new producs, i would say that samsung will have a huge success in the near future just like it had with SGS2 last year and this year with Note
btw like your phrase "Ure Days Were Over !" maybe your are trying to say ...are over? :P maybe, now i get it this why you did not understand the article
I feel that samsung galaxy version is over. Time to move over to Note! ;p
AnonD-49431, 13 Apr 2012UGLY AS HELL !!!! I'll Get HTC One X or Wait For PureView Lumias, sorry Samsung, Ure Days Were... moreReally? I guess then u can explain why samsung has displaced nokia from top spot after nokia retained it for 14 years. Check this link out,it shud enlighten u.
see? Samsungs days r far from over. In fact they hav just begun :)
I doubt that this is SIII.
S3 will have a 1280*720 screen, whose ratio is 16/9.
This phone does not seem to have a 16/9 ratio. It, more likely, has 16/10 ratio wihch is 1280*800, namely the ratio of Galaxy Note.
When you compare One X and Galaxy note, the ratio difference is noticable at first glance. And this phone is too wide to be 16/9.
AnonD-49431, 13 Apr 2012UGLY AS HELL !!!! I'll Get HTC One X or Wait For PureView Lumias, sorry Samsung, Ure Days Were... moreI think I'll stick with Exynos & microSD slot, thank you very much!
If you care about looks go buy an iPhone.
Seriously that better not be the new gs3?I suppose it looks better then any other ulgy nokia brick and more than likely will be reliable and cutting edge unlike cheap nokia toys with no future and malware.
that is the AT&T variant of the Galaxy Note for the US market
Tizen Takeover, 13 Apr 2012As others have stated, XDA started waaayyy before Android and I was one of the members before ... moreI guess you havent understood my point.
I'm aware when XDA was started. I did have to ask that explicitly, to make one point clear. and the point is, Popularity of a particular o/s shall keep the devs interested. More business a particular brand or o/s has in the market, keener would be a dev to work for it. and your earlier post gives a different meaning.
I Acknowledge that fact that no o/s is 'Perfect' in fact every o/s keeps evolving, as the needs and requirements increase, so shall the feature list and capabilities of the o/s increases.
as you have said in another post, that you are waiting for Tizen, so am I. even i am very interested to know what and how Tizen shall perform. Does that imply that we both are not satisfied with our respective o/s? No.
Its the enthusiasm which drives us to know abt that particular aspect.
I still dont understand whats your point with fragmentation? whats the disadvantage or negative aspect you found?
Increasing Cores - gaming, hold on before you jump to conclusions. first gaming is one area of advantage with increased cores + RAM+GPU. I know not every one is gaming freak, but it does help for gamers though. but this is not it, Android did not demand to have 'n' cores to run. arent you aware that the latest ICS can run with the same smooth and ease on single core with 512 RAM. ask OEM why they have increased cores? Now again, do you wish to wait for the creater of the o/s to make it optimised for multi cores and then OEM should release a handset? well,i think OEM have increased cores ( which atleast can be used by gamers) and thus are pushing google to optimise the o/s for multicores, dont you see a benefit for the buyer/user here?
That said, i should remind you that multicores do not operate always, they trigger based on the load. and apart from gaming they do have other advantages too. and not to forget, i as a buyer am able to get better h/w for the same or less price (than other platforms). If the o/s,app is optimised for multicore in future(which is bound to happen) my handset is ready, in worst case if that doesnot happen, no issues current performace it better and i have a 'potential' handset. either ways i see the buyer has an edge.