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Review: Samsung Galaxy Mega for AT&T

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I miss

Riot Sr.

Aug 29, 2013, 11:35 PM
The time when Eric used to write a few lines dedicated to the performance of the mini amplifier for the headphones.
"Music sounded really good through my favorite pair of..."

It is very important for me to have a decent music player in my phone.

I would really like to have a device like this one (specially now that I deal with lots of emails from clients). So sad it just has a so-so battery life. It would fit well inside my big pockets (I'm most often wearing shorts).
Eric M. Zeman

Aug 30, 2013, 7:10 AM
To be honest, phones have come a long way. They rarely sound "bad." If they did, I would point that out.

Aug 30, 2013, 7:14 AM
Riot Jr.

Aug 30, 2013, 10:35 PM
I can list a few phones that have poor mini amplifier performance:

Pantech Discover, Pantech Flex, Alcatel one touch Idol. Most of these chinese-y phones except for some ZTE phones, they have good audio performance.

Some phones that are just so-so as music players:
HTC First, HTC Status, HTC Desire HD, Motorola Droid Ultra (I was expecting something better from this one).

Most Sony/Sony Ericsson Smartphones are really good performers (except for the ZL and Xperia U, they really lack volume)

I'm using my old Iphone 2g as a refference, so I'm not aiming "too" high when I use the word "good".

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