Tcool, 04 Sep 2013Perfect! I'll gonna go for this beast!Hmmm.Perfect . 5.7inch screen??????This is crazy 5.7 inch is damn too big to carry around
AnonD-118888, 04 Sep 2013again ugly design!!smart phones have no design. they are all minimalist.
noway a little bit advance in its specification but i think its the samsung policy & strategy ,,,anyway i thought it will b cool pritty phone....although i cant hide my adoring the 13 megapixel camera ,the 32 giga storage , the 3 giga ram , the lighter weight and its battery
something wrong went with the design & the screen size
AnonD-118888, 04 Sep 2013again ugly design!!You need a major surgery for your eyes. This is wonderful design.
AnonD-32667, 04 Sep 2013Samsung galaxy note still upholds its position as best phablet on the market.Oh really??? Optimus G Pro was the best phablet. G2 is this years king of phablets
no 16gb version thats a cool thing... dimensions are almost similar to note2 but even slimmer n fits a bigger screen...
Samsung galaxy note still upholds its position as best phablet on the market.
I personally love Android specially because of Samsung.
Yes iPhone have a more premium finish and its OS is bug free and consumes less hardware but in next few months Android will also make its OS really efficient.
But Microsoft has pre-planed everything they are doing whatever they want to. This is a fun fact that if Microsoft launches something today, they have created it about 10 years ago.
If you don't believe tell me who have seen 1 TB Flash USB Drive Nowadays????
It have been built before 2000 but will be issued when Microsoft decide to do so.
These people are playing with your mentality. They cannot release everything on the same day cux they wants to have continuous profit from you. And there is no doubt that we are Idiots.
AnonD-170479, 03 Sep 2013For the next few years Android will have pretty decent market but Windows is a big challenge f... moreBwahaha! Guaranteed? Fat chance.
Of course it indicates something.....It's quite simple actually. It's something newer to develop for. It has not been around as long. Especially since they changed from windows mobile to WP. It's just a new option that is emerging and growing.
There is no hidden meaning behind that.