Samsung formally unveils its Galaxy S III device later this week, but already the blogosphere is alive with rumours that the gadget will be some sort of phone. Literally hundreds of people have clicked on links to stories showing pictures of what is clearly a phone with the word 'Samsung' written on it and the words 'Galaxy S …
Who'd have thought it
Samsung is attracting the same sort of hype that is usually reserved for Apple.
Re: Who'd have thought it
And it's also going the same direction.
I was cycling through Piccadilly Circus on Tuesday and in their big LED thing they were advertising their new laptop. Talking about memory? No. Processor? No. Hard drive? No. OS? No. Useful things? NO. Weight? No. Aerodynamic design? Yes.
I thought it was the rust in the chain that was making it harder to pedal, but I was wrong... It's because I keep my old plasticky hp open on my handle bar.
Sounds like a Daily Mash story
It reads like a parody of typically Apple hype?
I would have thought
That the author being "Lee Kuh" would have given the game away.
Samsung Galaxy S III
At last. The new poor man's iphone.
"Many readers expressed fears that the incoming handset might look "like a TV""
Actually not an altogether-silly fear, considering the recent trends in smartphone screen sizes.
Did Samsung forget to invite you then?
didn't get it.
I remember telephones...
... this can't be one - where's the dial? And how do you get the operator without the headpiece cradle to rattle...?
<--- take two of these and join with a string. Keep it tight and watch out for corners.
I was sure it would look exactly like the portable TV in Doctor Who's "The Idiot's Lantern".
If it is even better than a Galaxy S II..............
.............then it will be FANTASTIC. I have an S II and wonder why anyone would want an (inferior) iPhone where you cannot change the battery, or the memory card, are are locked into Apple for all sorts of things, etc., etc.
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