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Discussion in 'Android' started by yusuo, Mar 21, 2012.
Looks very pretty, a white phone is interesting. As for the fact that they have used the buttons, it is mainly tablets that have the on-screen buttons.
Shut up and take my money. Also, if this happens to be true, I'm glad I saved my upgrade instead of getting the Samsung Galaxy Note
Don't like the look compared with the I and II.
Hmm... I only recently got SGS2. Nawww screw it I'll wait for the next one ahaha
I'd like to think the Galaxy Nexus is the first in a line of other phones that are all screen.
Though I'd hope that they'd develop an AMOLED screen that perhaps wouldn't be affected by potential screen burn as a result.
Yeah, the design of the Galaxy Nexus is ergonomic and aesthetic.
The S III will run ICS; renders prior to an official release almost always have inaccuracies like that.
ICS and GB are basically the same on a phone like the Galaxy S2 since they will just put the Touchwiz over it.
That's not true at all, ICS has kernel level modifications that make it run faster as well as access to ICS apps (like Chrome), better multitasking, and all of ICS' other features. Just because Samsung overlays their skin on top of ICS doesn't mean it doesn't get ICS' features.
There was another render similar to this one that showed an ICS touchwiz screen. Furthermore, the rendered screen on the OP was taken from a PR image for last year's Galaxy S II unpacked event.
There is also a picture rumored to show the SIII, it doesn't have buttons.
You know, after being a *loyal* buyer of Samsung phones for quite some time, I feel like switching over to HTC. Samsung just feels... quite dull.
Man, One X looks good.