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Originally posted by snarky412
reply to post by samlf3rd
Thanks for the review.....
I've been debating between the Samsung Galaxy 3 and the HTC.....don't care for IPhone.
[ My friend has ruined me on those....ugh.]
But have been leaning more towards Samsung.....
Does it sound okay when talking to some one on the phone?
I know the HTC has a good clear tone when talking on it. I had to borrow one and it was very crisp/clear.
Originally posted by samlf3rd Thank you Samsung for making such a great product!
Originally posted by MystikMushroom
My iPhone 4S does panorama picture taking.
*shrug* I had two Androids before I switched to an iPhone. I'll never go back to an Android.
Android phones get "junky" after a whille. What I mean is, even with an app-killer and various anti-virus and spyware programs -- every Android phone I've seen (including others than mine) gets super slow and glitchy over time.
I simply never have to worry about that kind of stuff with my phone. It just works. I can usually get about two days of standby and a solid day of use from the battery. No complaints there really.
I also use a MB Pro and AppleTV, so the AirPlay feature is sweet and the syncing works flawlessly.
I never liked not being able to sync stuff with my Android phone and my MB Pro.
To me, an iPhone is like a Toyota and an Android-based phone is like a Kia or maybe Hyndai. Both are cars, but it's the lbuild quality and ittle refinements that make the user experience just a bit better.
My SO is a huge Android fan, so we have both in the house. I'd advising her to get the same phone you bought -- it's the closest thing to an iPhone you can get without getting an iPhone. Even the Samsung interface looks very Apple-like.
edit on 19-11-2012 by MystikMushroom because: (no reason given)