whatever they say still samsung galaxy s3 is the ugliest smartphone of the year 2012!
the best in design is lg optimus 4xhd!
Just putting this out there. "Ugly" is trivial on this phone. Does it matter a lot about looks when you can customize it with either skins or covers? Every phone I have ever owned had a custom skin or cover, custom wallpaper, custom fonts. I wish I could show you all my BB Torch 9810. It's rocking a really cool beach themed skin designed by artist Drew Brophy. I also have a custom theme installed, custom fonts, and a unique wallpaper. No other phone looks like it. My point is, you can make this phone less "ugly" with a little effort.
people keep blabbering about how ugly, and how this phone sucks when many of them haven't even handled it yet.i think its a nice phone but too expensive though.
Here's my hands on review after a couple of days of use! Includes gestures & S Voice demo.
brynn, 20 May 2012I could connect my Nokia N8 to TV with mouse and keyboard 16 months ago,whats new.Nokia is Windows crap, pretending only with some Carl Zeiss optics, keep blinding yourself.
Anonymous, 21 May 2012Indeed, Android the laggiest OS out there hanging/force close ... Symbian run smoother than Android Nokia 1100 is the worlds fastest phone.don't compare bloody symbian with droids.i know that you don't know anything about android.its ranges are unpredictable.
Anonymous, 21 May 2012The Sgs3 has added many new software features and upgrade its hardware components but there is... moreWith the current technology, do you know how much it will go for? Do you know how much prospective customers they will lose to the competition?
Next galaxy s serie will probably get 12mp camera, that is the process of upgrading phones so that manufactureres still have higher specifications for their new phones. Samsung is not doing bad at all in this respect, I believe.
I saw a lot of reviews on galaxy s3 and one x and optimus 4x.i feel more speed and features is galaxy s3.but the design is boring.not handsome as sony arc s.i think it is the time to resign design engineer in Samsung !
I'm up for an upgrade and deliberating between this and the One X. Do you think they fixed the color balance on the GS3? Or is it like here: http://www.stuff-review.com/2012-04/display-shootout-htc-one-x-vs-galaxy-nexus-vs-ipad-3/
I wouldn't want that yellow tint on my screen, but I like the big battery and microSD card option.
anjum551, 20 May 2012why you make such kind of things which are out of the range of a normal person.. very costly !!!There are many things buddy for every person according to his needs in the market. Phones like these are for those ppl who really use its features. Unfortunately these are purchased by them who just want to show off.
Proud owner of S NOTE.
kevin rana, 21 May 2012omg this phone sucks big time. totally crap design. it looks as if its from mid 2000 design wh... moreI don't use SENSE in my HTC Desire z, I always use the Golauncher.. So UI is not a problem for Android phones, you can download best launchers from the Play store.
ee, 21 May 20122GB RAM? Seriously, for what?? HAHA! Ah! OK! because the shit laggy android os needs that. LOLS!Indeed, Android the laggiest OS out there hanging/force close ... Symbian run smoother than Android
[deleted post]Yes but my mobile phone is that,a portable mobile device i put in my pocket..At home i have desktop and laptop to carry around house..Why the hell would i want to carry round laptop dock etc ..
My smartfone is that, a portable go anywhere device,i dont expect desktop browsing and often prefer mobile sites that are cut down.Motorolas laptop dock sold how many about, 1000 tops..Why? Its becuase no-ones really interested ,we have different devices for different things..
In 2005 if i could attach my smartfone to a bigger dock it would have made sense but not today im afraid..Folk seperate tablets from phones(only just)and home computers..
We are tying to get away from home computers as the smartfone becomes an individual device unreliant on a computer..We are certainly not looking to attach it back to a computer thats wrong.