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hmurchison said:I'm in for about 4 of these.
Id probably replace my two Google Home. What I need is
1 good sound
2, Siri 2nd Generation
The rest will take care of itself
Google, LG, Motorola, Huawei all make great phones and most eclipse iPhone on the camera too. Look at the verge website for their latest camera shootout and you'll see iPhone doesn't even make the podium.
sflocal said:Samsung's software engineers couldn't code their way out of a "Hello Program". Whatever hardware they come up with, it still has to be coded and from what prior articles have been published about Samsung's horrible software coding, it WILL suck bad.
It's a shame that these "industry experts" never call out Samsung's dismal quality of just about everything.
It may seem surreal but there are actual note fans who love the HUGE screen and stylus. One girl I know took over 6 weeks to get a new phone after I told her the were exploding.
Im a little shocked that they didn't go for 3 or 4 lenses on the camera unit... there is always next year.
steinm88299 said:It really comes down to the use case for the purchase. The iPad in any form is not really a true "work" device. The lack of a mouse is really an issue here as well as the lack of floating windows for simple multi-tasking. In addition, several work related web apps that spawn multiple windows and rely on certain runtimes just don't work in Safari or even Chrome for iOS. At the same time, the Surface is not a tablet for leisure. The Windows Store is atrocious, the lack of entertaining games is immense and even simple news apps are usually broken. I would imagine someone looking for an ultra-portable Windows device that emphasizes the ability to do work would love the Surface. However, it is highly unlikely that someone who buys a Surface because they think it is a true media consumption tablet will be satisfied with it. The use cases are completely different and are not, pardon the pun, apples to apples comparison.
But there definitely is a Class of tablet applications that the iPad can do that windows doesn't touch - those apps designed for very mobile users.