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Post by TalkingReckless on Wed Oct 19, 2011 3:08 am

watch it here


http://www.youtube.com/android


can't wait for it!!!!

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by Mr Nick09 on Wed Oct 19, 2011 6:04 am

Looks amazing, Engadget Hands-on

http://www.engadget.com/2011/10/18/samsung-galaxy-nexus-hands-on/

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by punkfusion1992 on Wed Oct 19, 2011 6:40 am

ICS
all i have to say is
:bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow:
epicness in one smartphone
donno about Nexus Prime but ICS is just like wow

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by Soul on Wed Oct 19, 2011 7:32 am

@punkfusion1992 wrote:ICS
all i have to say is
:bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow:
epicness in one smartphone
donno about Nexus Prime but ICS is just like wow

Agreed

As a concept, the Nexus Prime is amazing. The king of Android. Galaxy Nexus is a let down TBH in terms of specs and hardware.

ICS looks amazing and I hope it'll come out to GSII

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by Senor Penguin on Wed Oct 19, 2011 2:35 pm

No HDMI and USB on-the-go? Neutral

Personally, I don't like the design that much. The backside camera looks f'ugly and I don't like the bend as seen from the side. Galaxy S2 looks way better but it's nothing to be proud of. It looks like an iPhone.

Sony Ericsson has some good looking phones.They should take some advise from them when it comes to design. The Sony Ericsson arc is the best looking Android phone IMO.

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by punkfusion1992 on Wed Oct 19, 2011 2:53 pm

@Senor Penguin wrote:No HDMI and USB on-the-go? Neutral

Personally, I don't like the design that much. The backside camera looks f'ugly and I don't like the bend as seen from the side. Galaxy S2 looks way better but it's nothing to be proud of. It looks like an iPhone.

Sony Ericsson has some good looking phones.They should take some advise from them when it comes to design. The Sony Ericsson arc is the best looking Android phone IMO.

Nexus line of phones are not meant solely for entertainment, its a developer phone
I have the Nexus S and I love it, I use it to develop apps for android and it works so well
plus updates come much sooner

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by Senor Penguin on Wed Oct 19, 2011 3:10 pm

@punkfusion1992 wrote:
@Senor Penguin wrote:No HDMI and USB on-the-go? Neutral

Personally, I don't like the design that much. The backside camera looks f'ugly and I don't like the bend as seen from the side. Galaxy S2 looks way better but it's nothing to be proud of. It looks like an iPhone.

Sony Ericsson has some good looking phones.They should take some advise from them when it comes to design. The Sony Ericsson arc is the best looking Android phone IMO.

Nexus line of phones are not meant solely for entertainment, its a developer phone
I have the Nexus S and I love it, I use it to develop apps for android and it works so well
plus updates come much sooner
What constitutes a developer phone? Seems pretty lulz to call it a "developer phone" if it doesn't support the universal standard for transferring HD content between devices.

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by TalkingReckless on Wed Oct 19, 2011 3:12 pm

Nexus phones are the best because they get the updates first and they have no bloatware and are pure Andriod Experince.... the Specs are a little lower the SII but they are more then enough for ICS....and even though the camera is 5mp.... the timeplase, no shutter, photo/video editing and panorama makes it awesome....

and NFC beam thing for Nexus....hands down the best thing about the devies other then ICS

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by TalkingReckless on Wed Oct 19, 2011 3:15 pm

@Senor Penguin wrote:
@punkfusion1992 wrote:
@Senor Penguin wrote:No HDMI and USB on-the-go? Neutral

Personally, I don't like the design that much. The backside camera looks f'ugly and I don't like the bend as seen from the side. Galaxy S2 looks way better but it's nothing to be proud of. It looks like an iPhone.

Sony Ericsson has some good looking phones.They should take some advise from them when it comes to design. The Sony Ericsson arc is the best looking Android phone IMO.

Nexus line of phones are not meant solely for entertainment, its a developer phone
I have the Nexus S and I love it, I use it to develop apps for android and it works so well
plus updates come much sooner
What constitutes a developer phone? Seems pretty lulz to call it a "developer phone" if it doesn't support the universal standard for transferring HD content between devices.

The NFC beam could be used to transfer HD content in the near future without a wire.... if it possible to transfer stuff phone to phone... then phone to other NFC devices will be here soon

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by Senor Penguin on Wed Oct 19, 2011 3:29 pm

imalegend wrote:
@Senor Penguin wrote:
@punkfusion1992 wrote:
@Senor Penguin wrote:No HDMI and USB on-the-go? Neutral

Personally, I don't like the design that much. The backside camera looks f'ugly and I don't like the bend as seen from the side. Galaxy S2 looks way better but it's nothing to be proud of. It looks like an iPhone.

Sony Ericsson has some good looking phones.They should take some advise from them when it comes to design. The Sony Ericsson arc is the best looking Android phone IMO.

Nexus line of phones are not meant solely for entertainment, its a developer phone
I have the Nexus S and I love it, I use it to develop apps for android and it works so well
plus updates come much sooner
What constitutes a developer phone? Seems pretty lulz to call it a "developer phone" if it doesn't support the universal standard for transferring HD content between devices.

The NFC beam could be used to transfer HD content in the near future without a wire.... if it possible to transfer stuff phone to phone... then phone to other NFC devices will be here soon
"In the future" ... Couldn't they just have gone with DLNA? As far as I know, that supports HD streaming.

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by beatrixasdfghjk. on Thu Oct 20, 2011 11:56 am

@Senor Penguin wrote:
@punkfusion1992 wrote:
@Senor Penguin wrote:No HDMI and USB on-the-go? Neutral

Personally, I don't like the design that much. The backside camera looks f'ugly and I don't like the bend as seen from the side. Galaxy S2 looks way better but it's nothing to be proud of. It looks like an iPhone.

Sony Ericsson has some good looking phones.They should take some advise from them when it comes to design. The Sony Ericsson arc is the best looking Android phone IMO.

Nexus line of phones are not meant solely for entertainment, its a developer phone
I have the Nexus S and I love it, I use it to develop apps for android and it works so well
plus updates come much sooner
What constitutes a developer phone? Seems pretty lulz to call it a "developer phone" if it doesn't support the universal standard for transferring HD content between devices.
Updates first.
Bootloader unlocked.
Carrier unlocked.
Leading specs.
:coffee:

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by Senor Penguin on Thu Oct 20, 2011 3:46 pm

@beatrixasdfghjk. wrote:
@Senor Penguin wrote:
@punkfusion1992 wrote:
@Senor Penguin wrote:No HDMI and USB on-the-go? Neutral

Personally, I don't like the design that much. The backside camera looks f'ugly and I don't like the bend as seen from the side. Galaxy S2 looks way better but it's nothing to be proud of. It looks like an iPhone.

Sony Ericsson has some good looking phones.They should take some advise from them when it comes to design. The Sony Ericsson arc is the best looking Android phone IMO.

Nexus line of phones are not meant solely for entertainment, its a developer phone
I have the Nexus S and I love it, I use it to develop apps for android and it works so well
plus updates come much sooner
What constitutes a developer phone? Seems pretty lulz to call it a "developer phone" if it doesn't support the universal standard for transferring HD content between devices.
Updates first.
Bootloader unlocked.
Carrier unlocked.
Leading specs.
:coffee:
Aren't the specs on Galaxy Nexus inferior to Galaxy S2? Plenty of phones come carrier free, too. And thankfully most of these have had their bootloaders cracked by the XDA devs! Thumbs up

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by beatrixasdfghjk. on Thu Oct 20, 2011 9:01 pm

Galaxy Nexus > Galaxy S II, and the bootloader is PROPERLY open, no cracking nonsense.

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by TalkingReckless on Thu Oct 20, 2011 9:18 pm

@beatrixasdfghjk. wrote:Galaxy Nexus > Galaxy S II, and the bootloader is PROPERLY open, no cracking nonsense.

in terms of software yes... but they had to lower down the Specs.... no way would Samsung want to make their premier lineup Galaxy S be overshadowed on specs by Nexus.... they already have a HD version of S II coming out in Korea soon...

right now...

Nexus- Premier Software Cellphone
Galaxy S - Premier Hardware
Iphone - Gaming

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by Mr Nick09 on Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:09 pm

Is ICS coming to Galaxy S2 as well?

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by TalkingReckless on Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:21 pm

St_Nick09_of_Goal wrote:Is ICS coming to Galaxy S2 as well?

ICS won't be out for other devices until beginning of next year...

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by beatrixasdfghjk. on Fri Oct 21, 2011 6:59 am

imalegend wrote:
@beatrixasdfghjk. wrote:Galaxy Nexus > Galaxy S II, and the bootloader is PROPERLY open, no cracking nonsense.

in terms of software yes... but they had to lower down the Specs.... no way would Samsung want to make their premier lineup Galaxy S be overshadowed on specs by Nexus.... they already have a HD version of S II coming out in Korea soon...

right now...

Nexus- Premier Software Cellphone
Galaxy S - Premier Hardware
Iphone - Gaming
What are you talking about?
They had to lower the specs because there was trouble clocking the CPU up to 1.5GHz by the time it was scheduled to be released.
The Galaxy Nexus is still their phone.
Higher clock cycles do not necessarily equal higher performance.

And admit it, everyone loves barometers cheers

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by TalkingReckless on Fri Oct 21, 2011 4:00 pm

@beatrixasdfghjk. wrote:
imalegend wrote:
@beatrixasdfghjk. wrote:Galaxy Nexus > Galaxy S II, and the bootloader is PROPERLY open, no cracking nonsense.

in terms of software yes... but they had to lower down the Specs.... no way would Samsung want to make their premier lineup Galaxy S be overshadowed on specs by Nexus.... they already have a HD version of S II coming out in Korea soon...

right now...

Nexus- Premier Software Cellphone
Galaxy S - Premier Hardware
Iphone - Gaming
What are you talking about?
They had to lower the specs because there was trouble clocking the CPU up to 1.5GHz by the time it was scheduled to be released.
The Galaxy Nexus is still their phone.
Higher clock cycles do not necessarily equal higher performance.

And admit it, everyone loves barometers cheers

the RAZOR and SII HD get released next month around the same time as Nexus and they both have 1.5Ghz......and they both have 8mp camera....and might be getting ICS by the end of the year/Jan next year

Nexus phones have never the Premier Hardware phones but always have the Premier OS phones

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by beatrixasdfghjk. on Fri Oct 21, 2011 11:54 pm

What do you mean?
Nexus One, Nexus S both benchmarked highest at the time of release.
Droid Razr got completely overshadowed by the Galaxy Nexus, paid any attention to the tech news recently?

Like I said, higher clock cycles do not necessarily equal higher performance.
Anyway, the Droid Razr runs OMAP 4430; Galaxy Nexus is on 4460. Both are clocked at 1.2GHz.

And the SII LTE HD is running a last-gen Snapdragon core :coffee:

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Post by beatrixasdfghjk. on Fri Oct 21, 2011 11:55 pm

Oh yeah, and the sensor matters more than the megapixel count.
Who's going to blow up a photo to poster size anyway?
All megapixels would do the average user is increase the image size.

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by ♠Ace on Mon Oct 24, 2011 7:46 am

*bleep* you android, sto releasing all these awesome phone.
I'm still trying to.get galaxy s2 Sad

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Re: ICS and Galaxy Nexus

Post by beatrixasdfghjk. on Mon Oct 24, 2011 8:40 am

Android is just the operating system cheers
It's the hardware manufacturers like HTC and Samsung doing the phone releases.

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