please help me.
i am going to buy new mobile phone.
i am confused which one is the best and why
samsung galaxy s or samsung wave or nokia n8
i am waiting for reply.
thanking you in advance.
Anonymous, 06 Sep 2010galaxy s is better than iphone ,and if samsung did not manufacture processors (a4) for apple t... moreYeah sure. Why would your "cousin" buy a laggy phone with no camera flash and has no good games like iPhone 4 and sell the already perfect iPhone 4? Your really funny.
galaxy s is better than iphone ,and if samsung did not manufacture processors (a4) for apple there would be no iphone,ipod or ipad .iphones are for people without any brain or apple the rest would buy samsung,nokia,htc or sony i have samsung galaxy s n its waaaaay better than the iphone 4 my cousin has ....n even my cousin accepting that galaxy s is better is now selling iphone 4 to buy galaxy s
i bought galaxy s few days back.when i connect my phone to charger or to pc then i cant use my phone.coz its screen is locked..any body have solution for this?
What a brilliant piece of technology the 'Galaxy s' is. All the technology & design imaginable to make the phone slick. Except not quite !
Designers too often forget the ABC of ergonomics which are at least as important to design as the high tech aspects of the device.
Instead the designers have managed to create something in the Galaxy almost as irritating as the Iphone which I sold within a week of owning & went back my N95, because within 1 minute of getting my Galaxy out of the box & starting it up I found my blood pressure rising as I found myself having to swipe the virtual unlock key every 15 seconds !
I'm thinking I don't believe it.
They are whizz kids at high tech yet they seem unable to design simple things & get them right.
Then I find there's no option to adjust the auto phone lock time !
The only work round is to set a longer screen timeout which means the only way to avoid having to frequently swipe the virtual unlock key is to hammer the battery with longer screen timeout set !
On my Nokia N95 there are separate options for auto keypad lock time & also for screen timeout.
Unbelievable that Samsung don't give the option to set these two things on the Galaxy independent of one another !
my phone is unlocked and came with 2.2 but i can not play video that i was able to with desire when it was updated to 2.2? what is going on? any suggestions? can anyone tell me where i can download afp 10.1?
[deleted post]I hope this'll stop him visiting this place. ...
Samsung Galaxy has its own drawbacks. but we sgs owners r worried abt it, n getting suggestions from fellow users to resolve them.
Non sgs owners, iphone fanboys. .... U kw what i mean
Sammy, 06 Sep 2010I understand but I think your wrong because I'm multitasking on my iPhone 4 right now and by d... moreFrom GSM arena iOS 4 review:
Apple’s idea of multitasking is not to continue running the minimized app in background, but to pause it till later access. There are exceptions for certain apps – such as iPod or Pandora – they can actually play in background.
Similar to some Android devices, all apps you’ve started keep running until you explicitly terminate them. They get saved in a sort of hibernation state and are not actually working in the background, so you can have more than 30 different apps readily accessible.
The positive side is the ability to quickly resume an application exactly where you left.
The only one drawback is you can’t leave MOST regular apps do their thing in the background and return to them later when they're done. If they are not among the lucky few sanctioned by Apple to run properly in the background (such as Pandora), they would simply pause instead.
Here is a quick demo video of how managing apps works on the iOS 4.
Bear in mind that not all apps are multitasking enabled. If you minimize a game that’s not yet compatible, later when you run it again it will start from the beginning instead of it resuming where you left.
Anonymous, 06 Sep 2010iphone cannot multitask...thats why it wont lagg...understood???I understand but I think your wrong because I'm multitasking on my iPhone 4 right now and by double-clicking on the home button I can switch between open apps in my iPhone 4. I don't really think that it's multitasking that is slowing down the device it's how the OS is built and optimized in detail. Galaxy s is smooth but not as smooth as iPhone 4 and it sometimes lags but not the iPhone 4. And yes I have tested the Galaxy s a friend of me has one and I respect the device.
Still the only option for a phone if you are looking for:
-Wi-Fi 802.11 N!
-4-4.3 inch screen and 1 Ghz proc (minimum requirements for Android 3.0- Gingerbread)
Its nice,simple and more practicle...however,its costly...here in the Gulf region its around $1000.i wish if samung can do something to this.
is somebody already update to froyo 2.2?
last time i heard they said froyo 2.2 officially launch in september
I need Same phone but dimension lenght:5.75 Inches and width:3.25 Inches
jet, 06 Sep 2010is this a locked phone??Galaxy S actually feels smaller in the pocket than Desire or IPhone4, or N8, because it is so thin and the weight is almost nothing (thanks to the plastic cover), so it is definetly a pocketphone. The size might be a problem for onehanduse, but Galaxy S could be considered as a mini, or even mikro, tablet.
The problem with Galaxy S is Kies, so if you want to update to Froyo you probably have to use "Odin" instead of Kies.
By the way, I tried this phone in the samsung shop few days ago, and the experience wasn't what it claims to be like. Though not often, but I still experience some lags here and there, and scrolling feels choppy (it may be the network).
To those iPhone lovers and Galaxy bashers out there.
Yes, Galaxy S is made of plastic. It doesn't feel as solid as iPhone does. However, smart consumers knows those feel pieces of metals do not cost 100 to 200 bucks more than plastics.