Why do Samsung find it so hard to come up with a good name?
I mean look at this: "Samsung I9000 Galaxy S". Their best phone and it's named that?
rubbish korean copycat, no ur standpoint why always follow apple's @ss
-menu layout 4 example
-no dedicated camera shutter
and worst thing from korean product material mostly wear off easily, unbelievable sucks no assure on material at all ,when it wore off just somekind of nightmare and show inside paint job how rubbish it is even it has great specification
and because bad experienced with those korean product, I warn u all
sorry bit harsh but it's truth
FOKIA, 13 Apr 2010Its really huge and slow.I am agree. little slow. Maybe it has 512MB only, or the software has some bug.
I don't think we can get up to nine panes in the homescreen. I saw someone use this phone in youtube. It is impossible to add one more pane when there are 7 panes.
I saw some information in a Korean website. He said Galaxy S had 512MB ram. Of course, it isn't offical information. And I will be very disappointed, if there are 512MB ONLY.
a camera flash and a video out capability (hopefully HDMI) might be considered in the rumored "pro" like samsung's trend (omnia 2 and its pro version). that whould be worth the wait in addition to the full keyboard.
any news about the ram and memory allocted to install programs?
I've i8910HD, I never use the Flash LED... my life is not turned off if i9000 come with no LED flash.
It's a flagship, If you don't like it, do not talk crap about this smartphone
Anonymous, 14 Apr 2010Its high time for Samsung to improve their tech support. Firmware update should be done throug... moreWhy does every touchscreen smartphone comments section have to have a mention of the iphone? It set the bar for touchscreen phones, but I'd much prefer to read about a new phone and it's pros and cons without comparison to Apple's device.
Its high time for Samsung to improve their tech support. Firmware update should be done through PC Suite and not through endless flashing that can permanently damage your phone. If Nokia can do it, why can't they?
u24me, 14 Apr 2010frome where do you have the info, that the cpu is only an overclocked ARM 600?? because this k... moreRead it on the web can't give you exact source. I had a rubbish Desire, mine also got to 38. The noise issue was the thing that saw it go flying back from whence it came.
I love samsung LCD but in my experience the phones are buggy. I need to see alot of actual user reviews before I will buy again. I don't trust professional reviews because they need the advertising revenue and they won't report bugginess.
I predict another biased review coming up for this.
"lagging that may be noticed at times occurs when closing apps and isn't anywhere to be seen when the app are actually running"
I guess the 2 second delay upon openig the image in gallery doesn't count as lag huh? Yeah right...
No flash of any kind
Fingerprint magnet and childish backcoverprint
Touch sensitive buttons (which I personally dislike)
Ugly TouchWiz UI (we dont only want it to make things easier, we also like a mature looking UI!)
but how about ram?
i'm worried about touchwiz UI with android if the ram is below 512mb,it'll make it sluggish(like SE x10)...
There still is some originallity, but in the end, won't all touchscreens remind of the iPhone? It's all screen, so you'd have to be SE to be original...
Anonymous, 14 Apr 2010sure its no flash, but who uses it anyway? Unless its xenon flash, its close to of no use (I ... morethere are other vids on youtube, search DESIRE REVIEW and you will see that typing on the screen keyboard is awesome!
no problems at all.
+1 for desire
Anonymous, 13 Apr 2010Credibily for Samsung this phone will be quick to market, after press release, others need to ... morefrome where do you have the info, that the cpu is only an overclocked ARM 600?? because this keeps worying me with all the 1ghz mobiles, my HTC Desire gets pretty hot when he is fully used (my temperature app is showing me 38C sometimes) so i hope it will survive the summer...
sure its no flash, but who uses it anyway? Unless its xenon flash, its close to of no use (I have a n85, its double LED, i know).
I'm just wondering how the keyboard would look like. They didn't show how its like to write test messages in the video, so I'm still curious. I haven't tried out an android phone before, so I have no idea how typing on one of those phones are like. (I mean typing on the screen).
c'mon people, why on earth does this look like an iphone?!?!
is it the icons?
is it the big screen?
cause EVERY phone has that these days and iphone was not the first so please fanbois, direct your jealousy elsewhere.
oh wait, they had icons in win95 so really we could say that the iphone is just a win95 mini computer right?