It won't support android 2.2
Today at the india launch of galaxy s and wave samsung vp said that galaxy s won't be upgraded to android 2.2
Wave priced at 19k and galaxy at 31k
Anonymous, 16 Jun 2010Mana,
are u from Spore? how u bought ur Galaxy S for? and is it bind by any contract?
im from s'pore and i got the Galaxy S from singtel recontract. im on the 3G flexi lite plan so the handset is $398 :)
Why can't gsm post the linpack benchmark scores for standard phones give us some idea of performance
Naga, 16 Jun 2010Forgot,
GPS navigation solution is not free? I donot understand to whom we should pay to u... moreIf it says GPS is not free that just means that you have to pay for a voice guidance software like GarminXT but you dont have too, you can just use google maps or crack it....
correct me if I´m wrong
Mana, 16 Jun 2010I had the Galaxy S for a couple of days now. It's really good. Camera is good enough for use i... moreMana,
are u from Spore? how u bought ur Galaxy S for? and is it bind by any contract?
GPS navigation solution is not free? I donot understand to whom we should pay to use GPS?
Hey owners, Gigs..
Please tell me if we can update to Froyo? so we can have Flash support while browsing...???
I had the Galaxy S for a couple of days now. It's really good. Camera is good enough for use in daylight and urban night conditions. Of course, u couldn't expect it to take pictures in places where there isnt any ambient light. I notice the speaker volume is quite soft so i have to set my ringer volume to maximum. It has very fast and smooth operations. i didnt notice any lag on my Galaxy S. Audio quality is also very good, in which I'm using a 3rd party IEM rather the bundled earphones. I have not test how good the sound is with the bundled earphones. I will try listening to music with this Meridian Media Player app later instead of the default music player though the default music player sounds good already. Transferring music albums via the Samsung Kies software is quite slow.
I have Android Desire and Iphone 3Gs. I do like both but Desire has edge over Iphone 3Gs. But I think Iphone 4 would be really great not saying that Samsung Galaxy S is best Android phone in market.
When they become available would buy both of them. Galaxy is best. Just do not know why Samsung not have it available soon. They should distribute to market before or same time Iphone 4 come out.
Anonymous, 15 Jun 2010For those thinking for buying Samsung galaxy S, jus think twice if u wan the phone upgraded to... moreGalaxy S is fully updateable to 2.2 once released and Samsung had 2.1 out before HTC in most markets. Get your facts right
Anonymous, 15 Jun 2010For those thinking for buying Samsung galaxy S, jus think twice if u wan the phone upgraded to... morePlease get a life. Those of us that has ordered I9000 Galaxy S, doesn't care what you say, we've made up our minds.
For those thinking for buying Samsung galaxy S, jus think twice if u wan the phone upgraded to froyo 2.2, or mayb the future 2.3, 2.4, or 2.5 etc..., upgrade to future android OS will be a challenge and not easy. HTC release all his android OS to 2.2 even for old model of htc running on old android OS... why bcos HTC partner with google, tat why HTC always release the latest OS faster than samsung. Samsung will take slower to update his OS. For NEXUS one, it can instantly upgrade thru the google page bcos it is a Google phone obviously...Haha :)
How come there's not a single korean guy in gsmarena who care to post opinion about samsung phones.
Sounds like we might get these in the Nokia N8, as it's 1176 application processor is part of the same family of ARM (SoC) designs. So Iphone 4 unfortunately gets 45nm, N8 might get 32nm along with other samsung phones. Actually I like this quote "30 percent dynamic power reduction and 55 percent leakage power reduction when compared to the SoC design implemented at 45nm LP at the same frequency"
WoW! Read this
The company said that the process has successfully completed reliability testing at Samsung Foundry's 300-millimeter logic fabrication line, the S Line, in Giheung, Korea and, is now ready for production of customer designs. Samsung Foundry is poised to begin volume manufacturing of chips designed to meet the media intensive, energy-efficient requirements of next-generation mobile consumer electronics.
Samsung Foundry, together with the IBM Joint Development Alliance (JDA), has tuned its 32nm LP HKMG gate-first process node to deliver a cutting-edge process platform with double the logic density of 45nm processes through minimized restrictive design rules.
"This result is another significant milestone in our strategy to provide leadership foundry process technology fully integrated with state-of-the-art design solutions for low power system-on-chip (SoC) design," said Stephen Woo, executive vice president and general manager, System LSI Division, Samsung Electronics. "Collaborating with several key partners, we have been able to take HKMG from development to implementation in a production environment. Our customers can now seamlessly integrate their design innovations with the most advanced 32nm LP HKMG process technology, design tools, IP and manufacturing to accelerate time to market for their leading edge mobile silicon solutions."
"Congratulations to Samsung on being the first foundry to demonstrate SoCs using high-k/metal gate technology. This important milestone represents the culmination of collaboration by the IBM technology development alliance to deliver the competitive, low power' gate first' high-k technology - ideal for the emerging next-generation mobile applications," said Gary Patton, vice president for IBM's Semiconductor Research and Development Center.
As part of the qualification process, Samsung Foundry designed and manufactured a 32nm LP SoC that shows 30 percent dynamic power reduction and 55 percent leakage power reduction when compared to the SoC design implemented at 45nm LP at the same frequency. Samsung Foundry was able to reach these significant power reduction numbers due to its gate-first HKMG implementation.
In developing the 32nm LP process, Samsung Foundry worked in close engineering partnership with its ecosystem partners. The partner IP successfully integrated and silicon proven in this SoC includes ARM 1176 core, ARM physical IP comprising of standard cells, memory compilers and I/Os and Synopsys' USB 2.0 OTG.
Samsung Foundry worked with EDA partners including Synopsys, Cadence Design Systems and Mentor to incorporate advances into the design flow for 32nm LP such as:
- Advanced low power techniques including power gating, multi-threshold voltages, multi-channel lengths and adaptive body biasing techniques were used to reduce leakage power
- Statistical Static Timing Analysis (SSTA) was used to effectively address variation and reduce timing margins
- Various cell and chip level DFM techniques were used to improve manufacturability
Samsung Foundry's 32nm LP HKMG process technology has been developed to offer its customers shrinkable design rules and a smooth migration path to 28nm LP
bohannon67, 14 Jun 2010No time soon, i phoned up O2 to get my PAC code and was put through to retentions, guy asked m... moreThanks bohannon67.
Trust them to try to sell you another phone!
I think I'll give it a week to see if there are any signs of O2 announcing the 8GB model, otherwise I'll be grabbing my PUK as well.
I'm not a great fan of Vodaphone (or a capped internet usage), and Orange has terrible reception around London / Essex - I find anyway.
I really can't see Virgin being great (being new boys on the block), but maybe I'll look into them. It's that, or consider buying a Galaxy S outright (I better start saving now then)!
I dont know about you all but i dont place much importance on the flash.
I would rather see a good bright little light that I could use in the dark. Countless times I found myself using the flash\source of light to illuminate a dark room or help me get the key in the door late at night.
It the little things that make up a great product.