With Mobile Word Congress going on in Barcelona, there are more phones being announced than you could shake a stick at. One of the more interesting devices, however, is the Samsung Wave. Packing Bluetooth 3.0 and 802.11n WiFi.
what a crappy specs. First thing that phone manufacturers should do is design a common OS, that's manufacturer-wide. Like Linux. Then, that OS would need to be open for everyone to develop 3th party programs. Until that happens, I'm not touching Samsung's phones.
Also, will ATT/Verizon carry this or will we have to switch to Tmobile or another lesser network (this is why Nexus One will die)? Actually I don't even really want Verizon, so this might not be for me.
The industry is getting carried away with trying to pack in as many features and applications as possible. What I would like to know is how is the sound quality for a plain old ordinary telephone call?
[citation][nom]JohnnyLucky[/nom]The industry is getting carried away with trying to pack in as many features and applications as possible. What I would like to know is how is the sound quality for a plain old ordinary telephone call?[/citation]
No kidding. It seems like the phone portion of all these new devices are just one of the apps it can run. I love smart phones, but it is still primarily a phone to me so reception, listening experience, and call quality are all extremely important to me.
720p is over kill i dont think you will notice the HD its a fact that you need at least a 40" screen to view 1080P(so its pointless to have a 37"/32" 1080P screen). I guess its only good for sites that stream 720P.....
If you bought a portable keyboard to go with this it could almost take the place of a netbook. Maybe someday our phones will get plugged into a monitor, mouse, and keyboard to act as the central unit of our home computers.
i love amoled, im using samsung jet, the black is sooo nice, great great colors, ive compared it with different phones side by side using the same picture background. wonder how much better is this "super" amoled.
one thing tho that is not so nice, when using it outside with the sun up, you can barely see anything. and i remember seeing a feature of this super amoled being "20%" better outdoor visibility or something.
hmn, my samsung uses a proprietary OS(i think its an os) and there's little to no support, why not use a well known OS? and lots of bugs for my jet, hope they get this one right.
or is it true that win mobile has limited support for colors and hence limiting the amoled if used under win mobile?
other than outdoor visibility issue, amoled is top notch, imo.
not sure but i hope they used capacitive touch screen on this one. the 800mhz procie on my jet seem slow