Thanks for WEB site of mobile square in Singapore. Can anybody explain me what is SIGN LINE SET price? Is there any other Samsung retailmobile shop in Singapore that sell handsets like I8520 GALAXY BEAM. Can I use in Bangladesh once I buy I8520 Galaxy Beam from Singapore?
Hi .....I own a wave8500 aim yet to buy a galaxy beam is the touch screen is good as wave ....any body knows about it .....thanks
Anonymous, 01 Jan 2011Is there anybody can confirm whether Samsung I8520 Galaxy Beam available in Singapore now. If ... moreTry surfing www.mobilesquare.com.sg, If I'm not mistaken it should be around $740, and it's a sign line set. I shop there before going back to Brunei.
Is there anybody can confirm whether Samsung I8520 Galaxy Beam available in Singapore now. If available in which store at which road and what price in Singapore. Thanks. Happy New Year Everybody....
hello.i want to say that now i am using a samsung omnia b7610 pro and i am very pleased of it.so in the future i will buy a samsung 8520 galaxy beam even if nokia has launched the n8 ,even if i wolud have some second thoughts about htc desireHD .HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OF YOU!
well..its a great phone ..with extreme options ans specifications ..but hopefully it visit middle east ,,egypt with reasonable price.
[deleted post]I agree with the fact it would be nice to actually have one phone that actually has the absolute best of everything. Samsung to me usually has the absolute best well rounded and top technology, but no matter what awesomeness there is there is always something missing aka like a speaker, or a flash, or the better cam, or the bigger screen, or support for something, or an hdmi port, or something important.
Hailstorm, 18 Dec 2010Dude this is a nyc phone! Bt if u want a 1ghz processor and a slim phone I vud say wait for th... moreWell I would say this phone is not bad to get, but if anyone is going to wait I would say wait for the the next galaxy not the lg although the lg looks like it will still be awesome.
[deleted post]Dude this is a nyc phone! Bt if u want a 1ghz processor and a slim phone I vud say wait for the Lg Optimus 2X, it looks promising!!!
Simon, 11 Dec 2010It is true that there has been several batches of the Beam, only the very first batch had the ... moreHi Simon,
I know you've explained this before, but I can't find it.
I've been onto the phone suppliers about what version of firmware update their phone is, but they don't seem to understand, all they say is, it runs on android 2.1, well we all know that, right.
My question is, if I purchased one of their Beams and it still only had the firmware it was originally released with, could I update it with the H1 or J1 version myself, or is it a job for a techy.
Perhaps you could give me a walkthrough detailing the procedure and steps involved :) please :)
Thanks for y
is an update available to froyo or gingerbread for this rig?
Simon, 11 Dec 2010It is true that there has been several batches of the Beam, only the very first batch had the ... moreThanks Simon,
I much appreciate the info and will do as you suggest about checking which firmware it will be running.
tictoc, 10 Dec 2010well, in a way yes, IF you bought it when it was first released, it was crap, but since then y... moreIt is true that there has been several batches of the Beam, only the very first batch had the problem with the stuck screen. Batches since basically late August has been much better. Eg no stuck screen and overall performance increased. Atm I am using the august firmware with H1 and it runs fine.
afaik the latest retail batch of Beam has the H1 firmware. There is a slightly newer firmware i think the I1 or J1, although there has not been any significant difference between that and the H1.
By all means ask the vendor you are getting the phone from which firmware it is running.
Dani, 10 Dec 2010So what you're saying is that the phone I have fallen in love with is essentially crap? well, in a way yes, IF you bought it when it was first released, it was crap, but since then you can get it re-flashed with updated firmware which fixed most of the bugs, apparently.
Simon is the one on this forum who seems to be the most informative about it and I'm sure he will post an update explaining the situation with it so far, I hope he will anyway because a lot more people out there would also like to know about it to.