AnonD-72568, 17 Nov 2012You are right dude ! it seems that everybody here is looking for bigger screen for useless pur... morejust because it comes with a big screen does not mean its going to be bad on battery life. i have a note 2 and it lasts longer than any other android out there besides the moto maxx..
AnonD-72568, 17 Nov 2012Very big LOL ! it seems that everyone is waiting for the new flagships with gigantic 1080p 5''... moreExactly, completely agreeing with you. Your post reminds me of that one picture I recently saw of a guy with an iPad taking a picture of Obama with it. Totally weird looking.
Diqse, 17 Nov 2012Thats right! Everyone focuses ln the screen & not the batteries. And how come Motorola di... moreYou are right dude ! it seems that everybody here is looking for bigger screen for useless purposes, why not just grabbing a 65 inches LED TV? LOL it seems that people doesn't really care about battery life anymore, until they find themselves in troubles with no more juice in their phone to call emergencies
Very big LOL ! it seems that everyone is waiting for the new flagships with gigantic 1080p 5'' screen, well if I must sacrifice all my jeans just to pocket a 5'' monster, I prefer stay with my 3.5'' to 4.3'' devices which are sufficient enough for Youtube, Skype, watching a short movie on the go etc, I'm a real geek, I need faster processor, more ram,higher memory capacity, better connectivity and better battery life, who the hell needs to put a Full HD TV in his pocket just to show off? just like the guy in the coffee shop taking calls from a huge 7'' tab with a special message to everyone starring at him '' Hey, mine is bigger than yours !''
Thats right! Everyone focuses ln the screen & not the batteries.
And how come Motorola didnt win award? Thekr batteries are outstanding!
theres something i dont understand here - gsmarena says that its rumored this screen will be available on s4 , and samsung have directly rejected the fact that s4 will be available in next mobile world congress via twitter . hope they leave the s3 at its point and go ahead make a new phone model for this new display , see htc never made a newer one x version for its full hd display , instead it came with a different name tag called dna .
customer, 17 Nov 2012i hope they nail the design this time. SGSIII was super UGLY. SGSII looked pretty nice.your comment is just totally stupid i think its clear to c the s3 is a huge step forward
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2012GSMA hav become so snobbish! They delete perfectly decent, informative posts also! No wonder s... moreHey you Anon, why did you asked GSM to delete my post? I knew GSM always will retain my post because I'm gonna present an idea to ADD a USEFUL FEATURE the so-called Auto-Rec Phonebook to enable a phone to record a voice dictated numbers or words and a
STORE directly into the phonebook.
This is truly an innovative concept.
Don't you be glad if the future phone had this awesome feature?
its always same. Samsung will never going to change their model name i.e Galaxy, Y,S.....etc with same old copy makeover with bigger screen.
COME ON CHANGE MODEL FRAME
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2012720p is plenty for a fone! Pushing the resolutions to HD and eventually UHD (4K,8K) will also ... moreohh "most people dnt want giant sized phonnes"
huh? LOL,, please think b4 mentioning such.. how will today's smartphone market will be a boom if you're tellin a fact?? and if u dont want a ginat sized phone den have the smaller ones, they're not ignored by these giant companies. they just want to play the trend.. are you guys making fun with the strategies of their market intelligence. How will they make profit if no one like giant screens lol
AnonD-76858, 17 Nov 2012When will they stop increasing ppi on displays? When single pixels are not visible under the m... moreit's a specs-war. you don't benefit nothing from 400+ ppi, but it looks better on paper than the competition. just plain useless. same thing with camera megapixels, although it has calmed down a bit on this department. 8MP is fine. it's the quality of the sensor that counts.