Samsung's next galaxy teaser

Discussion in 'Tablets and Smart Phones' started by Sever, Apr 23, 2012.

  1. stone-eye

    stone-eye Master Guru

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    As with PC's there will always be a bigger better device on the horizon, as long as youre happy with your S2 then who cares?
     
  2. Mr.Bigtime

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    Well true. And i will wait for iphone5 to be appeared so i will decide what to buy then.
     
  3. -ToasT-

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    They are pretty durable (if the Galaxy S and SII are any indication). The Gorilla Glass helps that facet a lot. I dropped mine enough to attest to that.
     
  4. N0sferatU

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    x2 I go around a lot of times both with and without my case on.

    Ironically the times I go around without it is when I drop the phone.

    It's fell on tile and even concrete outside from 5ft high or so and while it's got rather minor dent on one of the corners the screen still works amazing. :)
     

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    ROFLMAO, the sheep, the ****ing SHEEP!!.

    Funny, I would expect advertising like that from Apple.

    Aw man, talk about irony.


    But hey, at least they're being honest.
     
  6. Lane

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    Not really, the S2 was one of the most resistant . ( if we exclude ofc the ones made for be resistant in extreme condition ) try find on Youtube, S2 vs 4s drop test ( just for the fun to see the 4s glass break so easy )

    Not the best one, but lets go. ( advance at 50sec drop 3 )
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elKxgsrJFhw

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    Anyway, a little preview from engadget
    http://www.engadget.com/2012/05/03/samsung-galaxy-s-iii-preview-hands-on/
    http://www.viddler.com/v/b3156487
     
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  7. Sever

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    you need to look at more than just one set of benchmarks.

    http://www.benchtec.co.uk/forums/threads/9783-Samsung-Galaxy-S-III-Performance-Preview-It-s-Fast

    this shows all the benches.

    you also need to keep in mind that in the benchmarks using the galaxy s3's screen, its frame capped at 60fps. if you want to see the full performance, you need to run offscreen benchmarks. in some of the offscreen benchmarks where the frame limiter is disabled, the s3's overclocked mali400 ends up being over 50% faster than the tegra 3.
     
  8. bLinkZor

    bLinkZor Maha Guru

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    Will this be out for Verizon? I'm wanting to upgrade bad!
     
  9. Lane

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    LTE version ? they are coming later, in june i think.
     
  10. Lane

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    I just put the original article they have taking this...
    http://www.anandtech.com/show/5810/samsung-galaxy-s-iii-performance-preview

    What i like with Anandtech is they test Egypt and other Opengl test with offscreen enabled ( like that the v-sync at 60hz is eliminate ), i see so much review where they dont do it...

    The CPU performance look really good.. gpu too. The video i have seen of browsing internet ( desktop mode for the sites ofc ) are impressive
     
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  11. Sever

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    the only thing that might annoy you guys over in the US is that samsung have not announced which chip the US LTE devices will use. the s3 uses the exynos 4412 chip but that doesnt have LTE support from what i saw. if you guys are lucky, they'll use an add on chip and you'll get to enjoy quad core goodness. at worse, you'll just get another snapdragon s4.
     

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