Samsung has just launched the Galaxy S III. This new Android phone will be available in Europe this month, and a 4G version will be out in the US this summer. With enhanced voice control functions, an eye-sensor that will keep the screen turned on as long as you're looking at it, and a 4.8-inch display, Samsung is clearly targeting the iPhone 4S. Can it compete effectively with Apple's flagship -- and with other new Android smartphones like the HTC One series?
My Droid 2 just died on me recently and I really wanted to get the Galaxy Nexus, but my experience with Android has always been like a boyfriend girlfriend relationship :). If you know what I mean. My other options is either is the 4S on VZW or get the Nexus with my pending upgrade ? or upgrade to the 4S and buy the Galaxy unlocked and get a prepaid contract with unlimited with it ? There I will be able to get the next Google phone if Google will stay loyal to selling hardware.
my iphone 4s can't sync to itunes, even it did several weeks, now I can't sync my files from itunes to 4s. another problems, we I open the keyboard, I can't close it, even I turn the page. I need to turn off then turn on my iphone, what's the problem?
Joshua Topolsky's quote from a recent Vergecast got me thinking about the "ideal phone." He describes it as "I want the One X internals, display, and camera in the body of the Lumia 900, running stock ICS."
Using just specs/aspects of phones currently on the market, what would your dream phone be?
Do you think Apple is going to create a new standard and make the smaller 30 pin that everyone is talking about, or go the futuristic route and do inductive charging. If they do inductive charging they would completely simplify it by incorporating it into the phone and kill Powermat.
Or there's the radical idea that the glass on the back becomes a solar panel? Any ideas?
Has anyone else have trouble playing music on iPhone on 3G? When I play music on the IPhone it skips and stops often.
is anyone else having issues with connecting to a call on the iphone 4s?
The US Copyright Office in 2010, stated Jailbreaking iOS devices is legal. Now this exemption is running out. I would like to hear what you think about rooting or jailbreaking. I'm doing some research of my own and want any information, whether you oppose Jailbreaking/Rooting or you're in favor, I want to know. Please be as detailed as possible when replying, so that your comment is not misconstrued.