kevin97, 11 Mar 2016To be honest, I really don't like this format, but as long as the old review style remains, I ... moreI agree with that. I do feel the same. There are numerous sites providing in similar fashion. What makes the difference is, it feels lively while reading the reviews as per the old format. Doesn't like this.
To be honest, I really don't like this format, but as long as the old review style remains, I don't care. This type of review is like presenting some soulless, generic information that hunderds of automated sites have. Make sure Google doesn't actually downgrade your site for this.
Awesome! I liking desgin, I came here 2008, I was studying about Sony Ericsson K850 (i bought in past and it was amazing photographer, and backward compabitily MicroSD 16GB, yes, only for Class 6 speeds, while didn't work Class 10, yup i first time purchase it.)
Btw, i like it than older. (Yes i like older for more explaination, however... this link "what's this?" is good, those peoples who can't understand or meaning)
Far better HTML desgined, my phone 32kbps feels much better desktop website than mobile website (1 month contract mobile data, unlimited bytes)
But my feedback is:
- Add it "Better phones than this" (looked % is all about desgin, performance, screen etc, but those peoples who why saying "Samsung Galaxy S3 is better than this, bruh!" is meaning completely can't understand meaning, and yeah they confusing, peoples no idea how it does better or no better)
- Need to add RAM managment.
Why RAM Managment? It's important multi-tasking, those who can feel lagging or game crashing forced to close. (Sony is does job well multitasking than Samsung, find it video in youtube, it does proof multitasking performance compares RAM Managment. Eh, i'm still lazy and student for searching videos)
GSMArena, It's good improving HTML Desgin. much easier than old website.
Stop giving darn about those who can't read a little or don't want to. Spoon fed people should never be given attention to.
But I appreciate the effort all the same, just don't care about it, cause for the phones I am interested, which are very few, I will keep reading the detailed review.
Very nice. These score tables should be implemented into tech spec of each phone.
Ali Rashid5, 10 Mar 2016Oh, we have more reasons to love GSM Arena now :)
Best wishes to you hardworking people, a lo... moreSame here!
First big purchase was the LG Renoir (KC910)
I stumbled upon GSMA.com for info. and hooked ever since.
I like the time-saver review for the quick glance of the review but I still prefer the thorough multi-page review. I highly suggest that you guys combine the components of the two (time-saver and multi-page review).
The format design is better but need more detail in display, battery life numbers separately, camera separately front and back, hope u can understand some who want more informations in detail.
Oh, we have more reasons to love GSM Arena now :)
Best wishes to you hardworking people, a loyal fan since 2006 the time when i visited ur site to study about Sony Ericsson K750 before buying, since then have only trusted this site for every recommendation, lots of love to the whole team :)
I much prefer the long-form reviews as they are what separates your reviews from most other websites. I'm not opposed to the new ones however, so long as the longer, more in-depth ones continue as well. If it's a straight-up choice between the two, then I will always go for the long-form reviews.
Very good improvements gsmarena and considering the non technical people. Excellent idea. I suggest also even you add the comparison side by side of the total score so that easier to see.
really nice overview of a phone, at a glance. It does serve as a shortcut to get to know a lot of facts about a phone without reading a long review. I serves an important purpose. Well done!
The new format looks very similar to other reviews on other websites. The original full review makes gsmarena stand out from other websites.