Dec 20, 2012 2:42 AM GMT
I work all on Macs though, anyone have experience using the Galaxy and keeping all the syncing etc going? And if you switched from an iPhone do you like the Galaxy better?
Roguewave saidI work all on Macs though, anyone have experience using the Galaxy and keeping all the syncing etc going? And if you switched from an iPhone do you like the Galaxy better?
GAMRican saidRoguewave saidI work all on Macs though, anyone have experience using the Galaxy and keeping all the syncing etc going? And if you switched from an iPhone do you like the Galaxy better?
I'm loving the Samsung Galaxy SIII. Was an Apple iPhone 3GS user previously.
I should have gotten the Samsung Galaxy SII Note.
I can do way more with the Android/Samsung combination than with iPhone/IOS. And, I was able to cut about $90/month in operating costs by consolidating to the Samsung and Verizon.
Also, if you buy from Amazon Wireless, you don't pay California State Sales Tax on the retail price of the device, which is a significant factor in the cost/benefit equation.
Sync is great. I have much more flexibility on what, when, and how much to sync.
Also, the camera options are way better. The display is brighter, clearer, and bigger than the iPhone.
Sound is much better as well.
Also, I bought a cheap 64GB micro SD card and have ginormous storage that I have yet to come even close to filling.
Samsung and Verizon for San Francisco. It's a good pairing.
Machina saidI have the Galaxy Note II and it is simply amazing. The size of the things took a couple of days to get used to, but now I wouldn't trade it for anything and have a real hard time picking up other smaller devices and not longing for the real-estate of the bigger display.
The Quad-Core and the Jelly Bean OS keep things buttery smooth and I have yet to have a single freeze or crash.
The Camera is simply stunning especially when you take 1080p video!
I upgraded from an old EVO 4G which was definitely showing its age as it couldn't keep-up with even common tasks anymore.
Oh, and I forgot to mention the battery life. I have had it off the charger for over two days of moderate to heavy usage before I have had to plug it in and recharge it. Throw a 64 GB SD Card in there for music, movies, etc. and you will have yourself quite the entertainment powerhouse. The sound from the internal processing circuitry and head-phone jack are excellent!
The white version looks fantastic!
freedomisntfreeThe entire reason for having it and a very good reason at that.
Machina saidfreedomisntfreeThe entire reason for having it and a very good reason at that.
I just watched your 1080p capture entitled "Dream Cruise 2012", and it is excellent! I love the old 'vette roadsters sitting side-by side to your left and that awesome green '67 fastback next to the sexy '69 cougar. Looked like a great time at a great show.
swimguychicago saidI've had bad luck with the Galaxy Nexus and would either stick with Apple or switch to the HTC DNA.
Roguewave saidWow interesting opinions. I just got an smaller iPad for a gift and am loving it. and when I switch to my iphone, I feel like it is such a tiny box. The main thing I am worried about is the update/syncing. I love the fact that entourage for Mac, iCal, and Address book just update throughout all my devices. I already use dropbox for docs, but it's more the auto syncing I was wondering about.This might be useful..