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Samsung Galaxy S: The Nexus One's successor has arrived

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23rd March 2010, 08:44 PM   |  #1  
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http://www.engadget.com/2010/03/23/s...oid-smartphone
http://www.samsungunpacked.com/#

- 1 GHz Snapdragon
- Super AMOLED, meaning you can view it in full sunlight
- 4" screen
- Android 2.1
- HD video recording
- DivX / XviD / Avi / MKV playback
- Front facing camera
- 1500 mAh battery (N1 is 1400)
- 16 GB memory + microSD
- 9.9mm thin (N1 is 11.5 mm!)

!!!!!!!!!!!!



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Only problem? Samsung. They've never been amazing with firmware updates. Their app drawer is also really, really ugly.

"Successor" seems a bit of an exaggeration, too, considering this uses a 1 GHz Snapdragon anyway. It's the same generation. I'd consider a device a "successor" if it's the next step up--1.5 GHz processor at the very least.
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I bet it will be awesome...until the next version of android comes out.
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what about rom/ram?
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I'm impressed they have xvid/divx playback in there. I imagine it won't be long until we get that on our nexus one.
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And the size??
I mean 4" screen is cool to have, but the whole phone gets bigger...SamsungPad ...but I like the front camera
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Quote:
Originally Posted by grainysand

Only problem? Samsung. They've never been amazing with firmware updates. Their app drawer is also really, really ugly.

"Successor" seems a bit of an exaggeration, too, considering this uses a 1 GHz Snapdragon anyway. It's the same generation. I'd consider a device a "successor" if it's the next step up--1.5 GHz processor at the very least.

That's true. I'm eagerly awaiting the next batch of processors, but who knows when that will be?

In the mean time, this has me salivating.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by grainysand

Only problem? Samsung. They've never been amazing with firmware updates. Their app drawer is also really, really ugly.

"Successor" seems a bit of an exaggeration, too, considering this uses a 1 GHz Snapdragon anyway. It's the same generation. I'd consider a device a "successor" if it's the next step up--1.5 GHz processor at the very least.

LOL, the exact same thing I thought when I saw it say Samsung.

While I am impressed at all the support for various files, they couldn't force that hideous UI on me.
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And the size??
I mean 4" screen is cool to have, but the whole phone gets bigger...SamsungPad ...but I like the front camera

N1: 59.8 x 119 x 11.5 millimetres, 130 grams (battery included)
From: http://pdadb.net/index.php?m=specs&i...us_htc_passion

S: 64.2 x 122.4 x 9.9mm, 118g

Thinner and lighter. Width and height are just barely larger, which is impressive considering the extra 0.3" on the screen size.
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N1: 59.8 x 119 x 11.5 millimetres, 130 grams (battery included)
From: http://pdadb.net/index.php?m=specs&i...us_htc_passion

S: 64.2 x 122.4 x 9.9mm, 118g

Thinner and lighter. Width and height are just barely larger, which is impressive considering the extra 0.3" on the screen size.

hmm, you are right..that looks good

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