Samsung 10-inch flat-panel Galaxy as early as the beginning of this year (2012) has been in the MWC exhibition debut Note 10.1, a few days ago in addition to confirmation in August around the world (including Taiwan) are all listed, but also as we [8new machine quick report] said to the processor to determine the use of Exynos 4412 quad-core 1.4 GHz processor, and RAM capacities determine become up to 2GB, in addition to 1280 x 800 resolution screen is a bit ordinary, indeedthe section specification is quite attractive flagship-class products.
Be apart of the launching date of Galaxy S III in the European, there is still a week or so away, how can we expect that the S Voice APK already leaked out? Same as many cases, the APK first appeared on xda developer forum. We must first declare that it can only operate on the Root devices of the Android 4.0 phone, the second is that we cannot ensure that it did not affect the security of mobile phones. According to the testing on Nexus S and Galaxy Nexuz, on the Nexus S, the search action is done, but when you try to use it to find the navigation route, it will stop response and shut the app down. In the Galaxy Nexus, more normal operation can be found. If you have interest the prerelease S Voice app, then try to download from the reference sources; the same thing to note, bear the risks by yourself and do not guarantee your experience is same as others.
Samsung Galaxy S3 has been launched on 3/5. It is the newest phone from Samsung. It is the successor to the previous version Galaxy S2. After its competitors have launched the high-end smartphone, such as HTC One X, Sony Xperia S, LG Optimism 4X. Its competitors have already using a Quad-Core Processor like HTC One X, which is using NVIDIA Tegra 3, perform extremely well in heavy loading tasks. We can ensure that a Quad-Core Processor will provide more than sufficient processing power to the smartphone, and to let it run extremely smooth. For android system, in micck’s opinion, it is better to have at least dual-core processor to power the device, it is the minimum requirement to have a good user experiences on Android OS (at least not lagging all of the time). Back to our main topic, the Samsung Galaxy S3, it has several improvement when comparing to its previous version.
- 1.4GHz quad-core processor
- 16 / 32GB Internal storage memory
- SD Card slot to expand memory to 64 GB
- 4.8″ Super AMOLED display
- 8 megapixel camera
- 1080p video recording at 60fps
- 2100 mAh battery
- NFC Chip
- Ice Cream Sandwich OS – 4.0.4 version
This review included the following parts:
Part 1: Design and I/O
Part 2: User Interface and Software
Part 5: Micck’s Opinion and Conclusion
Here’s a not-final dummy-unit of the Samsung Galaxy S3 that may or may not look something like what we’re going to see from Samsung on May 3.
Actually, the unit in question is quite clearly not what we’ll see hitting our shelves post-May 3, given that its plastered in notes and is generally agreed to be a dummy house for the much-anticipated smartphone.
What’s inside is probably more likely to be accurate – although fat lot of good it does us, unless any of you happen to have x-ray eyes and can hop a plane to China, infiltrate the manufacturing plant it came from and have a shufty at the handset for yourself. If so, call us.
Back to reality
The software shown is Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0), with Samsung’s TouchWiz overlay, complete with Twonky Server app (Samsung’s Airplay solution?).
Samsung’s mobile designer has spoken out about Apple’s accusations that the firm has copied its iPhone and iPad designs.
Lee Minhyouk, vice president of design at Samsung Mobile, admitted that he’s not quite on a par with Apple wunderkind Jonathan Ive, but fervently defended his original designs which include the Samsung Galaxy S2 and Galaxy Note.
Samsung Mobile’s vice president for design Lee Minhyouk takes Apple’s charges personally and denies the allegations:
“I’ve made thousands of sketches and hundreds of prototype products (for the Galaxy). Does that mean I was putting on a mock show for so long, pretending to be designing?”
“As a designer, there’s an issue of dignity. (The Galaxy) is original from the beginning, and I’m the one who made it. It’s a totally different product with a different design language and different technology infused.”
Lee admits that he may not be at the level of Apple’s VP for design Jonathan Ive, but believes Samsung “will produce such iconic products one day.”