Anonymous, 28 Jun 2011So have you kicked yourself in the face?You were about to kick yourself in the face because you can and I was asking why.
I love to argue, 28 Jun 2011Then hear it: Galaxy SII has TOUCHWIZ 4 UI. I don't see anything smoother or more responsive... moreTouchWIZ is the name of UI, not Galaxy s2 UI. Sorry but you're blind if you don't see that it's smoother and more responsive even with fully running apps in the background, not the stupid Android multitasking. For you my dear blind person, I suggest buying a Nokia 3310, it has buttons so you can feel.
joonius, 28 Jun 2011Why? "I'm so flexible I can kick myself in the face" Why?So have you kicked yourself in the face?
Anonymous, 27 Jun 2011I've never heard of such a thing as Galaxy II UI. Everything is different compared to android,... moreThen hear it: Galaxy SII has TOUCHWIZ 4 UI.
I don't see anything smoother or more responsive or flashier or simpler UI in any meego video.
Sails , 27 Jun 2011Ah yes, right I think I remember better now. This was one the Samsung marketing moves I think,... moreWell, that was quite an unorthodox attempt to prove your point. But I still don't agree with that for two good reasons.
1. Samsung has never OFFICIALLY announced a tegra 2 smartphone.
2. Even if there is a tegra SGSII on the way, its not un-Samsung to release a slightly downgraded smartphone. Just like how they released Galaxy SL with an inferior processor and GPU months after original Galaxy S.
Funny how Mobile-Review completely trashed the phone, while GSMArena praised it to no end...
Bearing in mind that this phone sports a DEAD OS and the latest management quality by Mr. Elop, I think I'll take their word for it instead of GSMArena, this time.
Nokia's hope for the future is in WP7. MeeGo is dead from the get-go. This phone is just another proof of how things are messed up inside Nokia...
The phone looks cool, but the UI sucks btw. Looks like a children's phone.
Anonymous, 27 Jun 2011BTW, MeeGo Harmattan runs at 120fps on an OMAP 3630. Beat that dual core android.Why?
"I'm so flexible I can kick myself in the face" Why?
I love to argue, 27 Jun 2011First of all, N9 is not released yet to judge its UI. Secondly, I don't see anything "S... moreI've never heard of such a thing as Galaxy II UI. Everything is different compared to android, smoother, more responsive, simpler, flashier, can be operated by one hand, open, linux...wait, let me mention again, fully open debian linux.
Okay, here is the thing.. I have calculated this from Damian Dinnings reply in the source link above.. He says that the pixel size is 1.4 micro meter as opposed to 1.75 micrometer of N8..
Here is the calculation:
N8: Pixels - 4000 X 3000
So sensor area = 4000 X 1.75 micro X 3000 X 1.75 micro
= 36.75 mm^2
From wikipedia you can see that this is just a bit less than 1/1.8".. So that is 1/1.83" as we know it..
Now, N9: Pixels - 3552 X 2448 (Full sensor size)
So sensor area = 3552 X 1.4 micro X 2448 X 1.4 micro
= 17 mm^2
From wikipedia, you can see that this is just less than 1/3".. So may be 1/3.02"
There you have it folks..
So the sensor is actually quite smaller than N8's.. But the advanced technology and f number of 2.2 should give it a nice boost.. But shouldn't be enough to beat N8 though..
I love to argue, 27 Jun 2011I don't know what you're talking about the speed "clamping down". I have never seen ... moreAh yes, right I think I remember better now. This was one the Samsung marketing moves I think, like NFC offered on some markets and not on others...
Galaxy S II can come with either Exynos SoC or with NVidia Tegra 2:
Nvidia Tegra 2 is a single channel controller:
Not the best links, but I guess you can check from other sites also.
I would presume that they wouldn't use single channel on others and dual channel on others. It should also show a major difference in favor of Exynos when comparing two SGS IIs with different SoC.
Conclusion: SGS II uses single channel. Agreed?
Mark, 27 Jun 2011" Why do you go to the foolish extent of declaring an unreleased phone with unknown OS&qu... moreFirst of all, N9 is not released yet to judge its UI.
Secondly, I don't see anything "SUPERIOR" in the meego UI video, when compared to Galaxy sII.
Sails, 26 Jun 2011Ah, we are getting somewhere :)
If you follow the reply chain to the beginning, it wasn't m... moreI don't know what you're talking about the speed "clamping down". I have never seen lag/slowing down while running graphic intensive apps or while video recording for long duration.
All devices do have a temperature limits, that's right. But the question here is whether the limit is exceeded simply by running the phone at its full capacity (which i dont think is true). Anyways its not possible for either of us to prove or disprove this temperature thing.
Smartphones do get hot, just like ANY other electronic device, that's normal.
Galaxy SII has the Exynos 4210 SoC which supports the same LPDDR2 found in Opimus 2X/3D. In addition, exynos SoC also supports DDR2 and DDR3.
Galaxy can do multitasking like windows if you download a programme multitasking.
I love to argue, 26 Jun 2011Me trolling ? Then what about you ? Why did you drag SGSII into this topic anyway ? Why do you... more" Why do you go to the foolish extent of declaring an unreleased phone with unknown OS"
Because of the clearly superior UI design and paradigm which we already see. The UI is the thing I touch, and as long as it is fluid, I am fine. I never see, touch or smell the SoC, it is irrelevant. (except when it is your only differentiating factor, as it is in the android spec pissing contest)
In search of perfect words I failed so I can only say: NOKIA WAS AT THE BEGINIG AND WILL BE AT THE END! (for me at least)
P.S. sorry for wrong spelled words if any
i can proudly say that Nokia has always Been on TOP of its Game ,,, and here You have it .. The Biggest solid Proof to Support this very FACT...
and i wanna reply to this guy ( who said he used 8 differnt Nokia handsets , and they where bad ) .... That i usec 10 different NOKIA smartphones .. And they where AMAZING ,,, so maybe it's just You dear .