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  Reply # 619802 4-May-2012 20:16 Send private message quote this post

Let us know what you think guys!

Rate the Samsung Galaxy S III!

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  Reply # 619803 4-May-2012 20:23 Send private message quote this post

Kopkiwi: Check out the new LG. Sounds like it has what the SIII should have.

Impressive build quality, awesome screen, 2GB of RAM, yes 2!


LG are terribad




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  Reply # 619815 4-May-2012 21:05 Send private message quote this post

lokhor:
Kopkiwi: Check out the new LG. Sounds like it has what the SIII should have.

Impressive build quality, awesome screen, 2GB of RAM, yes 2!


LG are terribad


Agreed - and people need to remember their history regarding the LG Optimus 2X when it launched against the S2 - everyone was banging on about the specs, yet it was slower in almost every test against the I9100.

We need to reserve judgement until all these devices have had some real-world use.




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  Reply # 619867 4-May-2012 22:29 Send private message quote this post

So i am still considering to buy a smartphone.. i have decided between the Samsung Galaxy Note or the Galaxy S3.. What are your thoughts??




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  Reply # 619957 5-May-2012 07:37 Send private message quote this post

sonyxperiageek: So i am still considering to buy a smartphone.. i have decided between the Samsung Galaxy Note or the Galaxy S3.. What are your thoughts??


Am I the only one to see the irony of someone called sonyxperiageek suggesting that they don't have a smartphone yet and are trying to choose between two Samsung models?

:)



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  Reply # 619964 5-May-2012 08:12 Send private message quote this post

welliegeek:
sonyxperiageek: So i am still considering to buy a smartphone.. i have decided between the Samsung Galaxy Note or the Galaxy S3.. What are your thoughts??


Am I the only one to see the irony of someone called sonyxperiageek suggesting that they don't have a smartphone yet and are trying to choose between two Samsung models?

:)




how big is your pocket? how large is your non dominant hand?




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  Reply # 619975 5-May-2012 08:45 Send private message quote this post

Welliegeek: lol. I should've said "another" smartphone, and my name shows that i know about sony xperia. Not that i have one: )
i didn't like the new xperias non removeable battery and no sd card..

And joker97: yes, i think my hand is big enough for it, and specwise, Note doesn't have NFC, does it? That would be my letdown.. oh and sound quality.




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  Reply # 620004 5-May-2012 10:36 Send private message quote this post

Kopkiwi: Check out the new LG. Sounds like it has what the SIII should have. 

Impressive build quality, awesome screen, 2GB of RAM, yes 2!
 

I really don't see the point in 2GB of ram in a smartphone at this time.

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  Reply # 620007 5-May-2012 10:54 Send private message quote this post

Thats another good thing about Galaxy Note; it has 2GB of RAM.




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  Reply # 620047 5-May-2012 12:21 Send private message quote this post

wazz: I really don't see the point in 2GB of ram in a smartphone at this time.


I agree, if you need more than 1Gb of RAM, I'd seriously reconsider the use of the smartphone and look at a laptop

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  Reply # 620068 5-May-2012 12:37 Send private message quote this post

sonyxperiageek: Thats another good thing about Galaxy Note; it has 2GB of RAM.




Ah no, it only has 1GB, it's still a good device though. 




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  Reply # 620075 5-May-2012 12:46 Send private message quote this post

oh yes.. my bad.. i was reading that it came with 2GB of internal SD Card or something like that..:P




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  Reply # 620172 5-May-2012 17:07 Send private message quote this post

I don't know if I am sold on the GS3...

To date, I have tried;
Nokia N97 - best form factor, but underpowered, poor OS (Symbian)
Nokia N900 - best OS (Maemo)
Samsung Galaxy 1 - best specs at the time, but feels and looks cheap plastic
HTC EVO 3D - Quality solid build and look, but 3D camera just a gimmick/hurts eyes, and very buggy
iPhone 4S - beautiful looking phone but way overrated, buggy, limited and locked down, screen to small

The new GS3 specs look solid, but again it still looks cheap and plastic...if they could only put it into a solid and quality looking casing, it would be a winner.




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  Reply # 620182 5-May-2012 17:44 Send private message quote this post

euanandrews: I don't know if I am sold on the GS3...

To date, I have tried;
Nokia N97 - best form factor, but underpowered, poor OS (Symbian)
Nokia N900 - best OS (Maemo)
Samsung Galaxy 1 - best specs at the time, but feels and looks cheap plastic
HTC EVO 3D - Quality solid build and look, but 3D camera just a gimmick/hurts eyes, and very buggy
iPhone 4S - beautiful looking phone but way overrated, buggy, limited and locked down, screen to small

The new GS3 specs look solid, but again it still looks cheap and plastic...if they could only put it into a solid and quality looking casing, it would be a winner.


Neither the original Galaxy S nor the Galaxy SII were made of materials that looked high quality, yet both of them had great build quality, durability and less problems than competing handsets. The One X has problems with the ceramic coating chipping and I've seen reports of yellow spots on the screen or something like that. 




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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 620195 5-May-2012 18:00 Send private message quote this post

lokhor:

Neither the original Galaxy S nor the Galaxy SII were made of materials that looked high quality, yet both of them had great build quality, durability and less problems than competing handsets. The One S has problems with the ceramic coating chipping and I've seen reports of yellow spots on the screen or something like that. 


Fixed. At least for the ceramic coating chipping, the One X doesn't even have a ceramic coating...

As for the yellow dots, 90% of the time its the same whole yellowgate thing we had with one of the iPhone launches, nothing more than the screen glue settling

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