thanks for posting the link!
hmm not bad..
"Unlike the default Android home screens, the Samsung home screens always start from the leftmost side (like an iPhone), making you swipe through 6 screens just to get to an app or widget on the 7th page."
he can click on the circles to access the 7th page immediately, which is faster than having to "multi-touch" to get an overview of all screens and then selecting..
"The Samsung unlock screen is in our opinion more confusing than the default Android 2.1 unlock screen"
lol......... he can swipe it any direction he wants to access the phone.. how is that confusing..
"To post something on Facebook or Twitter, you have to use the confusingly-named and designed Write and Go app, which looks more like a notepad."
design looks fine and simple to me of write and go..
"There are almost no delays throughout the system (except when installing apps, as on other Android phones); programs open and close almost instantly,"
yay, phew.. many were complaining about slow and laggy browsing so that's good to hear.
nice battery life test
and that's with 100% brightness which I will never use, so that's cool =D
strange that sony x10 performs so bad... I would not have expected that..
"At very, very few times - fewer than any other Android phone in the gigahertz speed class - did we notice slowdowns or jerky scrolling in the Android UI itself."