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n95

n95
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  #345059 24-Jun-2010 23:05
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wow I'm jealous NZtechfreak you have a Galaxy S, htc Desire, and a n95?
the n95 would be the best of the 3 wouldn't it? ;-)

bendigo
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  #345258 25-Jun-2010 15:26
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Here's a comparison of the Galaxy S and Desire screen in direct sunlight
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAmnVWgmmUw

I've been thinking alot about the Galaxy S....
I believe it does not have a flash for the camera so that's put me off somewhat....
... and still not froyoed out out the box... 

looking forward to your review nztechfreak :) 

 
 
 
 


kiwitrc
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  #345260 25-Jun-2010 15:38
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I would have to rate the Samsung the better of the 3 screens, although different stages it looked bit saturated. X10 didnt look very good at all.

bendigo
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  #345261 25-Jun-2010 15:43
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kiwitrc: I would have to rate the Samsung the better of the 3 screens, although different stages it looked bit saturated. X10 didnt look very good at all.


...yeah Samsung's Galaxy S has Super Amoled screen technology and are suppose to be holding onto the technology for the next 18mths...  so I'm very interested in seeing some unbiased reviews before jumping onboard...

Galaxy S also has social hub and an app call allshare which can play avi, divx, etc... out of box... apparently...maybe someone can further comment... 

kiwitrc
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  #345263 25-Jun-2010 15:46
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BTW have you downloaded the DivX appp for your Desire which can play avi and divx? Works well

bendigo
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  #345273 25-Jun-2010 16:08
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kiwitrc: BTW have you downloaded the DivX appp for your Desire which can play avi and divx? Works well


... yeah...using rock player at the mo...works well...
tried many others already
orblive
yxplayer
real player
vlc remote
doubletwist

... haven't tried homepipe yet...

meanderingmark
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  #345732 27-Jun-2010 11:46
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I hear the iPhone 4 battery life is a lot better than the desire

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