Hands-On with the Samsung Galaxy S III
New S II owner...should I be upset?
That said, after reading the early reviews and looking at some of the SII vs. SIII comparisons I am not so sure I should be upset. And since my carrier is TMobile, the carrier that tends to get things super late and/or last it very well could be the same time this year (SII launched for TMobile Oct. 14, 2011) before this phone hits TMobile's network. So what do you think fo ...
Just a couple observations/opinions
How Samsung sells a single phone is beyond me.
Can Samsung produce anything that doesn't look like a chinese knockoff of something else? The UI looks dated-for-2008, and the fake brushed metal finish looks dated-for-2006.
How Samsung sells a single phone is
- Ugly design
- Ugly UI
- US variants might have Exynos (don't hold
your breath for a quad core on Verizon)
The only thing it has going for it is the processor and thats even if it's Exynos. Battery life will be improved but thats about it.
No thanks. Sticking with the Galaxy Nexus and extended battery. 4.0.4 ICS solved most of the issues many were having and it'll get Jellybean way before the S III does. That's for damn sure.
I have no idea what processor will be in U...
Thx for the video Rich!!!
This WILL BE my next smartphone. But I refuse to pay $299+. I will wait, and wait and get it on Amazon, so I can at least afford to buy accessories like spare battieries, protective case to keep it beautiful. Desktop charger.
I won't be buying anything at a Verizon store!!! Rip off!!!
Boy am I glad the battery & memory card are removable!!!
So,...next waiting game, Google I/O, Jelleybean!!!
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Did Samsung buy up all the worlds cheap plastic?
The only real difference is that it's not unibody. Unibody is nice, but non-unibody means you can access the battery on the Galaxy S...
Get outta my way!!!!! I'm in line here!!!
That's the phone I'd buy