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I agree, though isn't the sleep button a hardware "out"?

 

Nope. Sleep/Wake sleeps the system, but when you turn it back on, you're restored to the app from before the last sleep. If that app had locked up, you'd still be stuck there. Sleep/Wake doesn't ever return you to the Springboard, so we need a hardware way to get back there.

 

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Granted, but do you have any idea why do Android evangelists troll an Apple site?

 

They don't have any forums of their own. Seriously, there are Android forums, but they're exclusively help forums. I've yet to find a website for Android (or ANY of the individual companies that make Android devices) that carries the same tone as AppleInsider, et. al.

 

 

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I don't get it either. Why don't they call it Samsung-Voice then?

 

The name is a direct ape, no question about that. Did you notice that the microphone is… well, isn't it the exact same type of microphone used somewhere in iOS?

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My thumbs are simply not big enough.  I've tried to use 4.5 and 5 inch screens and I have sprained my thumb trying to operate the phone with one hand.  I'll watch movies on my tablet or TV. I don't need a giant phone I can't use.

 I lot of people seem to find this.

 

Personally I never found it a problem. I have small hands for a guy but am well co-ordinated. Most of the less co-ordinated learn to work easily with one hand after a few days, but some still have problems.

 

 

Apple has determined that 3.5" is the maximum size for a screen to be useable with one hand.

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I'm very curious to see if four cores is useful in a phone. I'm a little skeptical, but I don't know for sure. 

If you're in the U.S. you won't have to worry about this as the U.S. version will only come with dual core snapdragon processors...

 

Overal though, more cores is how the CPU manufacturers are increasing processing power and I'm sure we'll even see iPhones with quad cores at some point (I doubt this years iPhone but maybe the 2013).

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But Android is OOOOOOPEN!

 

Isn'ty that the rallying cry of the freetards? Android is so much better than iPhone because you have the freedom to install apps from sources not controlled by Apple.

Sorry, but you can't have it both ways.

Not for nothing...but WTF are you talking about? What does that have to do with the Samsung device being underwhelming?

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Maybe if that was posted on an Android site.  Given how many Android fanatics come to an *Apple* fan site to troll, I'm not sympathetic to this argument.  If Android fans don't want to be counter trolled, maybe it's best not to troll in the first place.

Not for nothing but considering your site has so much Android news that those of us with RSS readers (among other things) constantly see Appleinsider stories on our feeds with commenters referring to us as **insert negative name/phrase/paragraph/lie here" a lot of us felt compelled to come to disspell some of the misinformation.

 

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Not for nothing but considering your site has so much Android news that those of us with RSS readers (among other things) constantly see Appleinsider stories on our feeds with commenters referring to us as **insert negative name/phrase/paragraph/lie here" a lot of us felt compelled to come to disspell some of the misinformation.

 

I've highlighted what you can NOT do anymore to stop this compulsion of yours.

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post #167 of 257
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Actually, the iPhone comes in two sizes.
The larger one is called the iPad.
The great failure of logic displayed by those defending the Android's 'too big to fit in your pocket screen, non-retina display' screen is that if it's such a deal-breaker, then why are the usage statistics of Android devices so low?
I mean, if that screen is a gift from God, why aren't more of you actually using it?

Oh what nonsense, your argument is absurd.

 

The iPad is obviously not usable as a phone. It was never intended to be nor ever will be. Large screen Android phones are... surprise surprise, phones. They fit in a pocket, they're easy to hold in one hand, they're light weight, and they make phone calls.

 

Samsung sells more phones than any other company in the world, and Android is the biggest mobile OS by a mile. So these poor usage statics you speak of are news to me.

 

Also, for what it's worth, I have an iPhone, not an Android device. I just want a bigger screen, to make typing in portrait easier, to make playing games easier with virtual controls, and to make watching video and browsing the web easier on the eyes. If Apple gave me the choice of an iPhone with a 4.5" screen or a 3.5" screen, I'd choose the larger screen in an instant.

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…they're easy to hold in one hand…

 

Hold. Not actually use. If you're already ON a call and holding it, yeah, that works. But they're not usable with a single hand.

 

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…Android is the biggest mobile OS by a mile.

 

5% is a mile?

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 I've yet to find a website for Android (or ANY of the individual companies that make Android devices) that carries the same tone as AppleInsider, et. al.

 

Yes, and that's a good thing. Too often, the tone on here is shrill, close-minded, and in many cases hateful. It's one thing to have an opinion. It's something else entirely to attack others constantly for having a different opinion. Unfortunately, too many commenters here do that.

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Now why does it need a Siri like copy, according to all the Android lovers here, when iPhone 4s came out Androids already had a voice recognition system ...
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I suspect you are mistaking defending Apple against the constant stream of anti Apple comments from trolls with bing shrill.
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post #172 of 257
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I've highlighted what you can NOT do anymore to stop this compulsion of yours.

Not have "Android" on my RSS feed?

 

This site is like a car wreck of misinformation at times...something keeps me from looking away.

 

That said...the GSIII sucks. Looks, Hardware, Software, Me Too factor...everything.

 

This was Samsung's chance to do something amazing, revolutionary...etc...

 

Stupid of me to expect the bureaucratic copycats to do something truly unique.

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Now why does it need a Siri like copy, according to all the Android lovers here, when iPhone 4s came out Androids already had a voice recognition system ...

 

Ask Samsung...Samsung isn't Android...

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Actually, the iPhone comes in two sizes.
The larger one is called the iPad.
 

 

Really? You can't think of any fundamental difference between the iPhone and the iPad?

Wow, just wow.

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post #175 of 257

dongles don't sell phones.

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Decent hardware. Too bad the OS is so lousy.

Will you ever stop posting your daily lousy and pathetically crass propaganda? You most probably never ever tried Android 4.0, so please su, kthxbye.

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Will you ever stop posting your daily lousy and pathetically crass propaganda? You most probably never ever tried Android 4.0, so please su, kthxbye.

 

It's pretty terrible. And don't act like you're nine.

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post #178 of 257
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Hold. Not actually use. If you're already ON a call and holding it, yeah, that works. But they're not usable with a single hand.

I have no problem actually using the Galaxy Nexus and its 4.65 screen with a single hand... Will you tell me that I am all wrong?

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I have no problem actually using the Galaxy Nexus and its 4.65 screen with a single hand... Will you tell me that I am all wrong?


How do you reach the entire screen?

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It's pretty terrible. And don't act like you're nine.

So I am acting like if i was "nine" because I am fed up of the constantly childish denigrating propaganda from some people here?

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How do you reach the entire screen?

Yep, no problem, and I don't have big hands, they are 19 cm long. You get used to it.

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So I am acting like if i was "nine" because I am fed up of the constantly childish denigrating propaganda from some people here?

 

The abbreviated "shut up" and texting-speak "kthxbye" was to what I was referring. Your opinion, presented respectfully, is always welcome.

 

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Yep, no problem, and I don't have big hands, they are 19 cm long.

 

That's not a yes or no question…

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That's not a yes or no question…

Your question was how, I tell you that I have thumb access to every part of that 4.65 big screen with my rather tiny 19 cm/7.5 inches long hands, webcam shot demonstrating that attached to close the topic. :)

 

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post #184 of 257
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Not for nothing but considering your site has so much Android news that those of us with RSS readers (among other things) constantly see Appleinsider stories on our feeds with commenters referring to us as **insert negative name/phrase/paragraph/lie here" a lot of us felt compelled to come to disspell some of the misinformation.

 

So these people are unable to remove this site from their RSS feeds?  How did AI get on their list of feeds?

 

There is a difference between making a dissenting opinion and offering corrections (which is usually fine) and making comments intended to provoke a reaction on the forum.

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So these people are unable to remove this site from their RSS feeds?  How did AI get on their list of feeds?

 

There is a difference between making a dissenting opinion and offering corrections (which is usually fine) and making comments intended to provoke a reaction on the forum.

A problem may be that AI -nowadays numerous- Samsung headlined threads usually degenerate into childish Samsung/Android bashing, while most long time yet moderate AI visitors like me don't really understand what Samsung last smartphone, and the following pavlovian bashing, have to do at all with Apple news. :)

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Preliminary charts blogged here: benchmarks comparison of Samsung Galaxy S3 with Exynos 4 vs iPhone 4S with A5x dual core and estimates for the new iPhone 5 with apple A6 quad core published: We have got the S3 today just some hours ago and benchmarked with our own PlatIndex®-Suite. Details and methodology will be added later,    we think charts are more urgent in common interest . S3 seems not bad, but also not so strong on performance as hyped out.

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post #187 of 257

@AbsoluteDesignz

I was responding to the story of malware installing on Android devices when sideloading. I assumed the replies would be threaded so I didn't quote the OP.

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Why don't they call it Samsung-Voice then?

 

Come to think of it, I think a more plausible explanation is that it's a Galaxy S.  But it's hard to give the benefit of the doubt when the company has blatantly aped design language before.

 

Calling it S-Voice is a bit risky but a little bit of thought will tell you that S is in Galaxy S, as well as S is for Samsung. Then if you think about iPhone 4S having an S, it's LOL.

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post #190 of 257
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So I am acting like if i was "nine" because I am fed up of the constantly childish denigrating propaganda from some people here?

 

 

It's not propaganda. It's an opinion. Either way, 4.0 ICS is not horrible, it just isn't good. Android is just bad software. It has been from day one, and nothing has changed other than the degrees of bad.

 

When you lack culture and vision, bad imitations is the end result. Just like Microsoft with Windows, and now Google with Android.

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Preliminary charts blogged here: benchmarks comparison of Samsung Galaxy S3 with Exynos 4 vs iPhone 4S with A5x dual core and estimates for the new iPhone 5 with apple A6 quad core published: We have got the S3 today just some hours ago and benchmarked with our own PlatIndex®-Suite. Details and methodology will be added later,    we think charts are more urgent in common interest . S3 seems not bad, but also not so strong on performance as hyped out.

 


Cool. The brand new quad core S3 is almost 90% as good as last year's iPhone 4S.

(I would pretty much ignore the iPhone 5 since they don't have any idea what it will include.

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post #192 of 257
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Right, where it will be hit ALL THE TIME by accident.

 

Certainly cant be any worse than the power button on the ipad

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I am the average american male height of 5' 10".

 

I find the iPhone fits nicely in my front pants pocket without being too large.  The screen is very readable.  I don't want to carry anything larger.

 

If I did I would bring an iPad.

 

Or I guess I could get some baggy pants...  that hang down and show my underwear. 

Im not an average american, but I am male and shorter than you.


I mentioend at some otehr site, yesterday I was wearing tighish jeans at work.  Not emo skinny legs tho.  I got my iphone4 and my office mates smasung s2..  I can fit them in the same pocket, at the same time, and its not that much of a concern.


If I pull out the samsung and put it in my other front pocket, the iphone actually protrudes more, because it is thicker.  


I don't know what sort of pants you are wearing, but perhaps move up to adult sizes?

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They don't have any forums of their own. Seriously, there are Android forums, but they're exclusively help forums. I've yet to find a website for Android (or ANY of the individual companies that make Android devices) that carries the same tone as AppleInsider, et. al.

 

That could equally be due to the type of people who buy apple products, versus those who purchase other items, 

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Hold. Not actually use. If you're already ON a call and holding it, yeah, that works. But they're not usable with a single hand.

 

 

Have you used one?  I have fat stubby fingers.  Galay note is usable, and that is waaay up in size.  The S2 is pretty easy to use with one hand.  This new one will be somewhere in between.

my iphone is extremely easy to use with one hand, but i suffer when typing in portrait.

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I am very disappointed. One reason. PENTILE SCREEN. They SUCK. I wanted a Droid 4. Then I went to VZW and used one and the screen is all blurry. No waaay. 

 

The funny thing is that while I think the iPhone 4 screen is nice, it looks almost the same as my Droid 2 to me (which has SLCD). Although a little brighter and just a tiny bit sharper. I don't exactly have eagle eyes. But I can see PenTile from feet away, and it is absolute garbage. So many top of the line Android phones have PenTile these days. Maybe I'm unusual in my ability to see it?

 

If it has a hard camera button, AMOLED Plus, 2 gig RAM, or heck just AMOLED Plus and a sliding keyboard...that would be my ideal phone. Ah well. I may get a Note or Note 2 if it ever comes to VZ and if I can hack a qwerty keyboard into a case somehow to use with it. 

 

Samsung, very disappointing. 

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When the trolls meet the Poes, comin' thro' the rye… 

Don't be a jerk. You know that I enjoy every Mac product except those that are based on iOS. Yes I'm not a fan of iOS, I find it lacking in features and designed more for your everyday user then someone like me. I like to have control over every aspect of the device. I'm a programmer and a IT specialist with over 25 years of use under my belt. However I like using Apple computers, I buy a new Macbook every time they release an update. Why because I'm a Unix girl, next to Solaris OSX is the best Unix OS there is. That being said I have absolutely no emotional attachment to any of my machines.

 

Unlike a lot of you who worship the ground that Apple headquarters is built upon.  The second OSX starts becoming as locked as IOS and it will mark my words, I will, drop Apple like a bad habit. I am not trolling these forums, I am in a hospital bed and I am dieing. I have breast cancer and I have had pretty much everything that they can remove, removed. I will probably not leave here and and as much as it sounds strange I like debating with some of you. I like reading and posting here.

 

Yes I do sound off a lot of the time but that's because I am on a morphine drip. I still have most of my facilities however. I'm not asking for pity of any kind but I am asking for a little respect. I am a mother of two, VP of internal programing for UBS Zurich, Married for 12 years and have been using Macs since I was 10. I belong here as much as you do and who cares if I find iOS a little on lacking side. The money I've spent on Apple I think I deserve the right to criticize iOS a little.


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But Android is OOOOOOPEN!

 

Isn'ty that the rallying cry of the freetards? Android is so much better than iPhone because you have the freedom to install apps from sources not controlled by Apple.

Sorry, but you can't have it both ways.

It's not only that it's open it's that it also has many features that are found in a normal OS. Also the freedom to add to the system that was outside the normal scope of things. For instance a Filemanager, or adding more codecs to the base media player. Sure a lot of you say but we don't need those things, fine but if you do it's nice to be able to do it when you do need it. iOS is a very neat and tidy system, with a very strict way of doing things. There is hardly any wiggle room for those who want to tweak or customize, in fact for a lot of us it's a prison. Not saying iOS is a bad thing, for the main stream consumer and business person it's great, they don't need more. For the power user, well it's a little on the constraining side. Please reframe from calling a group of people who choose to use a different OS then you a retard. That's ignorant and distasteful.

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Now why does it need a Siri like copy, according to all the Android lovers here, when iPhone 4s came out Androids already had a voice recognition system ...

Actually it did, about two years before. If it was any good, well that's a different story. Siri is truly amazing but I'm not a fan of talking to my devices. My  Dad uses it though and swears by it.

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I learned some intriguing information from the Android proponents in this thread:

 

Google locks Android users into their proprietary digital multimedia content service, Google Play.  While content may be available from alternative sources this is ill-advised as alternative markets are infested with malware.

 

Google Play Store isn't infected with malware according to Google pundits.  Unfortunately, Google has their army of users believing this although this is demonstrably false.   Google Bouncer simply doesn't function as well as advertised although no one should be surprised.

http://blogs.mcafee.com/mcafee-labs/android-malware-promises-video-while-stealing-contacts

http://arstechnica.com/business/news/2012/04/googles-official-app-market-found-hosting-malicious-android-appsagain.ars

http://arstechnica.com/business/news/2012/03/googles-chome-web-store-used-to-spread-malware.ars

 

Google Code projects host Android malware as well.  In some instances Google Code is being used to distribute malware! 

http://blogs.mcafee.com/mcafee-labs/google-code-projects-host-android-malware

 

Google Android Widgets are effectively useless since live updates use the battery like the Navy uses "women of ill repute" while docked during Fleet Week.  Seriously, is there any advantage to a widget that doesn't update dynamically at least every few minutes?

 

I have never had or will have Malware. It's like anything if you go searching for trouble, trouble will find you. Widgets are very useful, I don't really use the content variety but the ones that control say podcasts or internet radio, quick launchers, custom scripts to launch a VPN, there are tons of great things you can do.

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