wait for Nokia win8 and esperience what performance is all about shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh' i dont talk mush.
Yani, 21 Aug 2012If I read the news right and I know I have, differences between these two models are only scre... moreI know this site is littered with tons of Samsung fanboys but geez... Samsung controls the price. If you think the difference is a rip off blame Samsung, not Microsoft.
If I read the news right and I know I have, differences between these two models are only screen size and megapixels in camera and difference is 150 EUR.
Problem is that with this price you can get an Android phone with more apps and more functions (at the moment).
Microsoft will have to do better than that!
AnonD-171, 20 Aug 2012oh i know i'm not new to phones specially nokia been using them since early 00s but they mess... morewell, Nokia has the edge because we all know that it focuses on ONLY WP unlike Samsung which has android, bada tizen. Aside from the fact that MS and Nokia are partners.
yooyoo, 21 Aug 2012dude Motorola razr maxx is the ultimate winner of smartphones this year with its huge battery ... moreclearly u are an apple fan boy. the iphone has the worst battery life of any smart phone. my girlfriend has one and her phone is on charge every night. i do the same things as her on a galaxy note and get 2-3 days out of the battery, 2 days norm. i work for a mobile telecoms giant and the biggest handset complaint we get is the poor battery life of the iphone.
A lot of ignorant ppl here. Samsung has succeeded in creating a of mobile smartphone phareses who still think quad core is that efficient. Mobile CPU usage by mobile os is not like that of laptops and desktops. D OSs still doesn't utilize d full potential of multicores. But samsung has ppl believing d more cores u have d better. It's all just gimics and flexing of tech muscles, and on d long run uneducating ppl instead of educating ppl about technology. Besides dual core Krait is better than other quad core CPUs.
Polen, 21 Aug 2012if you are getting three days usage from a GS2, then you have brought too much of a phone for ... moreno i didnt buy 'too much' of a phone for me, im just not attached to my mobile as much as most people. i dont need to be sending emails from my phone every 2 mins nor checking facebook or anything like that. i have a tablet and a pc for stuff like that so i can save my phone for when im out and about. even then i still dont feel the need to use it all the time like some people do.....
"an arrow can be shot only by pulling it back"
So, when NOKIA dragged back with dificulties(and failures, as most people say), it means dat it's going to launch into something great.,
- could this be the long awaited comeback of the king.?
- will the king reign supreme again.?
NOKIA still have the most commented thread even the article is not about nokia, still people are craving for their phones. Hopefully they will not disappoint
- NOKIA user from PH.
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2012Sony won't join Windows Phone for sure because Xbox Live and Xbox Live games on Windows Phone ... moreyeah I get your point there and you can be right, but VAIO is running on windows and there's a news before that Sony might produce WP phones depending on demand since WP OS is not yet that popular and Sony is kinda struggling in its mobile profits, so will see in the future =)
poxme, 20 Aug 2012windows phone is really cool, I'm currently using htc radar. but my next phone won't be these ... moreMy next phone will be a Nokia powerd by WP 8. Nokia cares for its customers. I still receive software OTA updates for my old E7 up to now. the last update was yesterday. No more Samsungs, the Galaxy S2 and my Tab 10.1 are the last Samsung products. Why should one get hypertension for software updates which never come? If you buy Samsung (especially the Galaxy series) be ready to learn how to install custom ROMs, at your own risk, of course!
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2012I had the s2 and was able to get 3 days out of the battery. the people who moan about the batt... moreif you are getting three days usage from a GS2, then you have brought too much of a phone for you, next time buy a feature phone because you dont use all its features. have you ever sent even an email from the phone.
yooyoo, 21 Aug 2012dude go for phone with better battery backup.....otherwise u will regret it later for sure....... moreI had the s2 and was able to get 3 days out of the battery. the people who moan about the battery on the s2 batter it constantly or have never used one.
yooyoo, 21 Aug 2012dude go for phone with better battery backup.....otherwise u will regret it later for sure....... moreyooyoo, I'm a samsung user, had the S1, 2 and now have the 3, none of them have required 2 charges a day, and in fact i could get a day and a half out of the S2 quite easily. It all depends on what you do with the phone and how many you manage your apps with the built in task manager
Mike, 21 Aug 2012Well, not really. The Sony Xperia series are doing pretty well I guess. I have seen many posi... moredude go for phone with better battery backup.....otherwise u will regret it later for sure....I suggested my friend Motorola razr maxx....now he is quite satisfied with it.....whereas galaxy s2 users need to charge their phone atleast twice daily
AnonD-1420, 21 Aug 2012Sweeeet! SGS3 is undoubtedly the benchmark for overall smartphone tech in 2012 so it's good to... moredude Motorola razr maxx is the ultimate winner of smartphones this year with its huge battery and great specs....except iphone and Motorola razr maxx every smartphone are power hungry devices whether its android or wp or blackberry os......wats d use if u need to recharge ur phone twice or thrice daily :/
Polo, 20 Aug 2012How funny are you? Nokia quality = Foxccon So save your breath! Nokia don't provide quality ... morefantastic comment baby...loved it...i think this one is the best comment i have read in this thread.
ranjitotski, 20 Aug 2012nokia + wp8 + pureview= perfectyeah...be ready to pay around $650-$750...|||LOL|||
AnonD-1420, 21 Aug 2012Sweeeet! SGS3 is undoubtedly the benchmark for overall smartphone tech in 2012 so it's good to... moreNot so fast buddy! If you read the post COMPLETELY you'll see the higher end WP8 Samsung is releasing will have the specs from US Samsung Galaxy S3. And we all know the US version is a downgrade from international SGS3 as it doesn't have the quad core processor.
A dual core processor is nothing to write home about so you can feel safe Nokia will bring something at least with comparable specs. Just remember Nokia wasn't able to launch a single multicore device before WP8 not because they weren't able to get that technology. It was just because that wasn't possible with the OSes they had available. Now they can and won't dissapoint. 2 cores in WP8 must be enough for now, we aren't talking about RAM-and-power-hungry Android anyway