Pebble Blue sounds kinda cool but I HATE white phones, had two and they got dirty so fast. Also I wonder if ICS can leverage that quad core processor effectively?
Not likeing teh look of the device, too round. Old look was way better. Although the specs and features do draw me in, maybe ill sell my s2 for this when its out. Also with those added functions like the camera face detection, will that drain the already bad battery life?
glad to see it, but cant go back from the Samsung note series now..Hopefully by the time "note 2" is announced ARM will have the new monster chips ready to go for samsung to use.
Nice looking device but I hope the battery life is decent. I would much rather have a thicker/heavier phone that had decent battery life then a thin phone that is useless because the battery died...
The blue is meh, the white is OK. Cannot win I guess :/ BTW, quad is only for the phone without LTE, AFAIK.
I was going to choose between the Galaxy S3 and the HTC One X. I wish there was a steel grey or black option colourwise though, I'm not really sold on the blue. Overall, I might wait a little longer - I agree with Atticus on the note 2, I hope to see an upgraded version with maybe Qualcomm quad S4 and adreno 320 graphics...
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Yeah these look nice and I like the Samsung Quad core processor as well both in the fact that it is a newly constructed quad by Samsung and not 2 dual's or old cores and of course with that the NM size, energy usage etc. As far as the looks I could really care less about the looks personally I am all about the hardware functionality. One thing I am questionable about though is the Quad core on a smart phone in general. Many of the things I have heard is that the software is not developed enough to make use of quad constructively versus a dual core processor and because of this it ends up wasting all the energy it gains with the NM drops etc.
As for the One X I like the phone but do not like the closed body with no battery removal and no internal memory that would be user optional. As far as it goes my Sensation is still working perfectly well for now and from what I am seeing it will be doing so past this release cycle. Maybe as this device market further matures we will see many constructive innovations. Right now they all seem to be spinning there wheels to a great extent to me. Of course it is a new device so I am sure many will jump on them for that reason alone as well especially among general consumers.
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