This is the same note 4 that hasn't been released and no one can buy yet that was announced a month ago in a desperate attempt to try to tamper iphone sales?
Samsung is a joke. The only bigger jokes are Samsung users
Thats MSRP- The 4000 and 5000 NEX are $530 (free shipping) and the AppRadio4 was just announced- but the 3 was selling for $355 on Amazon before the announcement- so it'll likely be closer to $400. I'd actually buy the App4 if my Ac/Heating system in my Lincoln's weren't tied into my radio display. These things really wont work well with newer cars unless theyre lower-end ones. I guess I could find a way to mash it into my 69' vette somehow.
Touch ID and a very modest processor jump. For the first release since the ipad 1, I might not upgrade if that essentially Sums it up.
Now if it has 1.5 or 2gb of ram (or however much is needed for safari tabs)- I'm in.
Wth? The camera is substantially better- video is massively better and stills are way better as well. Additionally, please tell me what waterproof case for an iPhone ($100 for just that) will allow me to pickup sound effectively.Apples and oranges Dave...
Thinking about getting one to. I go to our Hawaii lab a few times a year and usually bring the Mrs.- but bringing my 5 and 1 yr old this time. I love surfing, and am gonna get my 5 yr old up with me and want to record it. Anybody have ideas here? SolipsismX - you surf, correct?
Not at all. Not only all preceding test models, but a final model was built and Adobe even had it in Their labs testing prior to announcement. It was also only 6 months, not a year You are right though in that it wasn't mass assembled like an iPhone, so Like you said- they really didn't have a secret to keep- that might be more accurate.
I'm with pazazu here. otherwise, why change the antenna, and why give the bumpers?But I also don't think it was a big deal at all. People could intentionally manipulate it to not work- under normal use it was totally fine. Much like pushing on an already bent device as hard as you can doesn't constitute "normal use"