6 posts • joined 9 Nov 2010
There's pedestrian and pedestrian
Does the software know the difference between an shepherd stick/shovel handle and an assault riffle ? Even when the holder is sitting in a pick-up truck ?
I am pretty sure ISPs do the same when you go on speedtest.net or similar.
Almost there but not quite.
my view in a nutshell :
+ BMW knows how to make a car
+ Range would be enough for me 99% of the time
+ Does it have to scream 'I AM ELECTRIC' ?
+ It should be a range rather than a single model
+ Will have to wait 3 years before there's any second hand coming to the market at a reasonable price
However, it will take a while before adoption of EV poses a threat to the grid given the high prices and lack of choice.
perfect for me
I DON'T want expandable memory. Many apps don't support it and I don't want to have to manage the 'Move to SD' thing. I've
Removable battery is different. The back of the phone is not exactly a masterpiece of design that would have been ruined by a removable cover.
That said, the phone and it's software is great. I got the 32gb for under £400 from a highly rated ebay seller and can't fault it. It is always snappy and the added features are well thought out..
I like the configurable mini launch bar when plugging earphones, the quick memo that you can access in one gesture from anywhere, the google search by sliding from the home button, the knock-on feature, starting the camera straight from sleep by long pressing the down volume button.... The phone is loud and clear, music sound better through my ear-buds than on my old GS3. It's a gem.
Of course it will be on nexus one first
It's been launched less than a year ago and is still quite current hardware.
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