[deleted post]I haven't bought it,planning to buy it by half of next month.U askd the difference and here it is(Galaxy S Vs BB)
1.Super AMOLED(Battery consumption very low+super clarity) VS TFT(Battery consumption high)
2.16 Million Colors Vs 65 K Color.
3. 4 Inch Screen Vs 2.44 Inch
4. 5 MP camera Vs 3.15 MP
5. Secondary VGA camera(Use 4 video calling) Vs No Secondary Camera
6. Radio with RDS Vs No Radio(if u listen)
7. 1 GHz Processor Vs 624 Mhz
8. Android 2.1 Vs Blackberry OS
9. SWYPE texting Vs Ordinary Texting
10.Release Date: 2010 Vs 2009(nov)
Anonymous, 26 Jul 2010A factor that has to be consider for this Super AMOLED, the light directly beams into eyes fro... moreI don't know whether the issue about AMOLED. i don't know whether it can cause eye problems. But definitely brother I know for one fact that "Usage of Mobile phone can lead to cancer,brain issues etc...Then GSM base Station are not allowed to be placed near residential areas only at a certain height above the building(not ground) due to health problems".....So my dear Anonymous if u worry too much stop using everything. That's only advice+suggestion I could give you.
They need to make this phone with a fm transmitter, then it will be complete :D
anoniem, 26 Jul 2010Hi does anyone know if the navigation is good on this iphone?I mean this phone. Excuses.
srikanth, 26 Jul 2010buy it from one mobiles staples bannerghatta road there also same price 28550/- .Cool.. did u get any SD card in the box??
Could anyone tell me if the calendar and Contact book is as easy to use as that of Iphone. My brother just got a HTC Nexus one and he finds it hards to use it. it requires him for gmail registration and everything need to connect to internet. I will buy a Galaxy S next month if the contact and calenda are user friendly.
Got this device from last 3 days. Amazing... I would say THE BEST MOBILE ON THE WORLD !!!
Anonymous, 26 Jul 2010Hello Akshay.. Im from Bangalore too.. Im getting this phone on friday.. which showroom did u ... morebuy it from one mobiles staples bannerghatta road there also same price 28550/- .
Anonymous, 26 Jul 2010A factor that has to be consider for this Super AMOLED, the light directly beams into eyes fro... moreHi again,
I see that you repeat your post form iPhone comments.
Are you crazy? How dare you put Amoled and CRT in the same basket? CRT (Cathodic Ray Tube) is based on electron emission (that's X-Rays) which excites electroluminescent substances in the display. Anyway some of the electrons escape the CRT and that's why the CRT are dangerous. Amoled does not generate any dangerous light (No Ultaviolet or high energy photons (btw, that is gamma rays-lol)). If you can show me a link to a independent research who can support your statements about the Amoled I print it and eat it.
Anonymous, 26 Jul 2010A factor that has to be consider for this Super AMOLED, the light directly beams into eyes fro... moreBrother.. wot u r saying might be true.. but dont u think developers and scientists working at Samsung are also aware of these facts and also the regulatory boards of different countries check for thse things before allowing it to be released in their respective countries?? its lauched in 110 countries at the same time I guess.. so there is a very good chance that all these countries would have thought abt all those things u said b4 certifying it to be fit for human usage..dont worry brother.. nobody looses sight using a cellphone!!
Akshay, 25 Jul 2010yup..got this beast frm b'lore for 28k..exp but every penny worth it..just that i dropped it f... moreHello Akshay.. Im from Bangalore too.. Im getting this phone on friday.. which showroom did u buy it from? im planning to buy it from Channel 9 in jayanagar.. he is charging 28,500.. without any additional memory card.. isnt is supposed to have a 2GB SD card in it?
A factor that has to be consider for this Super AMOLED, the light directly beams into eyes from its source which is OLEDs. All natural vision of human eyes is when the light comes from reflections of light, generated by sun or lamps, over objects: the photon beams don't directly get from source into eyes; also the beam of phones is not reflected as you may think: you don't get back through reflection the original photons from source; the phones are not as ping-pong balls cast back by objects which they hit; the beam is absorbed by objects, converted in energy and the objects emit other photons back in a sub spectrum of the original beam, lower intensity and broader uniformity over object surface thus giving color to objects and thus protecting the eyes from artificial light that maybe dangerous for human retina when comes from artificial powerful punctiform sources. The LED back lit from TFT is diffused over a white panel then by reflection passes though liquid crystals and get into eye so it is a reflected light, not the original light. OLED like CRT colored phosphors or plasma's pixels directly beam the light into eyes thus you are not protected by ultraviolet emissions and high energy photons which make lesions in organic tissue.
So, TFT displays are healthier than AMOLED and CRT and plasma displays.