I'm unimpressed, I don't know what I was expecting but none the less. I'm thinking about waiting for next years releases with the 2K+ Displays and Next-Gen Processors.
Lol an old snapdragon 800 :D
Nexus 5 FTW.
That's the problem with technology like this; because it's in a constant state of evolution, sooner or later you have to pick a jumping-in point, knowing it will be effectively obsolete within 3 years. Even those 2K+ displays and Next-Gen processors you speak of will be superceded sooner rather than later.
So, um, yeah, about that SnapDragon 800.... It's an 801!
Indeed, good catch.
As a long time iPhone user (still rockin' the 4) this makes switching tempting. I've shied away from Android phones as people I know that had iPhones and switched to Android phones were sorely disappointed. Could have been the phone they ended up with, but maybe not.
Wait until September to see what Apple comes out with or plunge into an Android. Decisions decisions.
Don't they have the 805?
I don't know yet what I am going to do really. To tell you the truth my S4 still does everything I need it to and yes I use for all kinds of things every single day from GPS to a few professional applications and GPS and several webpage based apps for logging into getting details filling in/out job details and logging out of jobs as well as a game or two I mess around with calculator square cash reader for transactions bank and credit monitoring products I use.
The thing is it is still doing what I want and I might wait for the Galaxy note 4 as far as it goes it is a little bigger screen and 2K as well from what I hear with the pen. The thing is the S4 is such a good phone I don't need the 5 yet at best I will wait till everything in this series (Minus the next note it comes out in September I think) and all the other companies releasing by June/July are done then I will make my decision this time around.
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