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  Reply # 488090 30-Jun-2011 22:20
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A notification LED would be nice actually.

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  Reply # 490133 6-Jul-2011 16:09
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gibben: I love my SGS2 .... if they are to release a SGS3 there is still some room for improvement.

Notification LED;
Stereo recording for the audio on the video;
Higher screen resolution; (seems to be the one thing apple fanboys harp on about) 

That's the start of my wishlist Tongue out  

        


Good points. With regards to the screen - I've seen a few side by side comparisons with the iPhone 4 & the SGS2 & the SGS2 wins hands down with it's superior contrast, brightness & just plain awesome screen.

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  Reply # 490166 6-Jul-2011 17:15
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nomiss7: A notification LED would be nice actually.


+1 - this is the only thing I miss from my HTC Hero & Nexus One. I don't expect a RGB trackball like they had, but a small LED at least would be nice.




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  Reply # 490267 6-Jul-2011 21:16
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Maybe they'll add some thing like video calling, but you'll only be able to talk to other Samsung galaxy s III phones - just as long as both of you are in a wifi network...

No wait that sounds like a rubbish feature.

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  Reply # 494421 17-Jul-2011 23:08
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Re Notification LED-I'm happy enough with the free NoLED from the market.
Gary 

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