hey guys.. im planning to buy this phone.. is it a good model? or shud i go for galaxy3? which one is the best? pl help me out guys.. thanks in advance..
this has the best display..wildfire has stretch out pixels..x10mini has small display and 1.6 android only
ss, 01 Sep 2010which one has a better display x10 mini or htc wildfire or this phone? because i see it just qvgaHTC Wildfire has the worst ever display i have seen .
i think this has the best display than wildfire and x10mini..because x10mini has small screen and wildfire has same resolution as galaxy 5 but bigger screen so the icons is stretch out..galaxy 5 has 16m color but this site says it has only 256k colors..can this phone hold up to 32gb?
i think this has the best display..because wildfire has the same resolution but bigger screen so its stretch out..x10 mini is only android 1.6..this phone has 16m colors display but in this site it says 256k colors only..can it hold 32gb??
You can place a shortcut of sound and display settings on your homescreen to manually set the vibration.
which one has a better display x10 mini or htc wildfire or this phone?
because i see it just qvga
[deleted post]thanks..maybe you should check out samsung's site for india to check for availability =) although it's release may also be country specific vipul...
[deleted post]Hey chill out, may be u have received a defective piece. Contact the dealer from where u got the device & ask for a replacement.
some notes on it:
-it does have swype and live wallpapers
-it can run apps that are made for HVGA screens fine(which is the most popular screen size there is for android) on a downscaled version..even WQVGA and WVGA but of course expect the lag and cropping.
- i ran a Quadrant Benchmark for it and scored 503 which is above xperia x10 =)
i have some questions too about it:
- when i opt for 'vibrate' the sounds for notification and calls automatically defaults to silent. any means of getting around it?
- is there any app available to run JAVA games in it, or any android device there is?
Danne, 31 Aug 2010Beckyshells can you tell us more about battery life. How many days can you get it to hold and ... morebattery live is average. I use it alot (since its new =) with videos, wifi, music, txting, playing and live wallpapers and at least i get a day and a half from it..the battery life may not be the best but the good thing is you can charge it up for about 80 minutes and it's full from zero.
wow. after reading beckyshell's comment i noticed the line too. i hope anonymous is ryt.
beckyshells, 31 Aug 2010hi im from PH and i have to say that Galaxy 5 (locally identified as GT-I5503) is one of the b... moreBeckyshells can you tell us more about battery life. How many days can you get it to hold and how do you use the phone.
oh thanks anonymous, i was a liitle bit worried about that! =) i heard capacitive touchscreens have a limited lifespan so to say, but thanks im a bit relieved...but hope its solved anyway..
it is not dead pixel, its normal..its a end point to unlock the screen
hi im from PH and i have to say that Galaxy 5 (locally identified as GT-I5503) is one of the best phone at this point. It has a speedy CPU that clocks about as fast as iphone 3G and its' interface is very slick and responsive. With right apps in it, it can hold its own against higher end phones.
Audio: 75/100 (mono, but excellent in-ear output)
Video Playback: 90 (can play upto 1400kb/s)
Screen: 80/100 (quite pixelated and not the best in sunlight legibility)
Camera: 75/100 (non-autofocus, tops at 2MP, video at best is 15fps, no led light but it does have a nice range of settings)
Responsiveness: 95/100 It's Capacitive! sometimes lags but it may be due to the mutitasking toll on the CPU
one quirk i have though is that after 5 days of buying it i noticed a 1pixel-row of dead pixel already in its lockscreen. It does vanishes after you went past the lockscreen. Retail package includes stereo wired headset and 2GB memory card.