Oh and Kal, that "very well" part with the U series, it isn't that well, I had one, I still have and its broken, dont know why I keep it. And read more about U series or better buy one, then you can get a real opinion about it.
Kal, ok I agree you were correct about 10 mpx, somwhere in Korea. But iPhone IS NOT the first touchscreen based phone:) and you are telling me "get some knowledge":)
This means I was wrong about samsung it did brought smth new,it brought 10 mpx camera to Koreas market, yaahhoooo:)
I agree with Nokia's post...
I'm sure about that... Samsung' mobiles never beat Nokia monsters N82 or N95 8GB! MY NEXT NEW MOBILE: N82... I GAVE UP SONY ERICSSON'S MOBILES..
to the dude below:
"Motorola started to make slim devices, samsung started to make it slimmer (U series)". Yes they did and they did it very well. So much so that SE and Nokia devices has to loose their weight to join the thingame. Isnt it?
"Samsung wasn't on the touchscreen devices", but surely they were in touchscreen UI. F700 was unvilled just a few days after iPhone. It will be stupid to think they simply copied it overnight.
5mpx???? dude samsung has 10mpx cam phone for a loooong time in korea. Please do me fevor and get some knowledge please.Cheers!
To Shahriar, I didn't meen this phone, I was speaking about all of samsung phones, they don't bring any new ideas to the market, they copy the idea from the others and try to make a competitor to it, for example, motorola started to make slim devices, samsung started to make it slimmer (U series), don't know who was first, but I know that samsung wasn't on the touchscreen devices, 5 mgpx cameras, someone makes one, samsung also has to make it. Don't like the lack of imagination. And theyr good quality is a lie, my samsung broke down after 8 months of using:/
P.S. This comment was not created to insult someone, just sharing thoughts.
@people saying N95 8GB killer
Samsung's dedicated Cam phone G800/G600 not able to defeat N95 8GB and they are No where close to N82 do u think Samsung Win mobile will defeat N95 8GB/N82 No its Not N95 killer its More Apple iPhone and LG KU990 Viewty killer all rumours whether it is about Nokia, SE or Samsung seems interesting at first but in reality they disappoint us like Apple iphone
Maybe others like nokia and SE copy samsung.what is this handset copy from?!!!!
But you must understand the more people that buy it the cheaper it gets! The question really is.... how badly do you want it? lol
Wow, This will be a serious competitor to N95 8Gb :) but Xperia will be up there to join the war :)
Great news, a samsung packed with features. Far superior to any other brand, much faster, less faults. Lets hope this carries on with that trend!
theres a big surge for the touch screen mobiles but nowdays there going to be expensive to buy an greater needed but people nowdays aren"t like that,so what happens if you scratch or damage the screen the won"t be easy to replace so i will keep to the normal button type an i bet alot will,why don"t they call the company a different name Samsung as all the phones they make look like LG phones it should be SAMSULG in stead
Dont like samsung, they only copy what other companys make, never invented anything new, or maybe if someone knows smth I would like them to post it here it'll be interesting to read.
I am in Canada, I know the Rogers network uses 850 band. I have a phone that is tri-band and seems to work fine..but the coverage in some area's is borderline. Can anyone inform me of the benefits of quad band over tri-band within North America?????
Thanks in advance
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Gateth, don't talk about anything you don't know about, like this.
Win Mobile isn't all it's cracked up to be. I personally can't stand it. It's temperamental and slow - worst it has to be used with 2 hands. This just isn't always possible. Symbian has its quirks too but I find it just as powerful and more practical. It also seems to handle memory and multitasking a little better, though this is just my experience. It should say something that a company like Nokia doesn't want to provide ANY phones with the software. Royalties be damned, it has something to do with quality and philosophy.