I know, that display is going to be real game changer. It's so exciting to see those products that a few years ago were described as "in the future scientists will be able to..."spydercanopus said:
I'm hoping for a unfolding screen with that new tech recently showed off. Can't wait to roll my iphone out into an ipad.
Dude, smoke a bowl and relax.Princeton said:
It's samsung's ****ing screen. Why would apple be the first to bring it to market? Samsung doesn't sell anyone AMOLED based displays anymore.
Actually I think Win7 will gain some momentum once Nokia releases a flag ship device. I watched many demos of the new Win7 Codename Mango and it looks pretty damn sexy. I don't think I'll get rid of my android device, but I would like to see Microsoft gain some mobile market.1977TA said:
Bitchin' screen....but win7??? Come on!
lol, you can't fail much harder than that.Panda218 said:
Oh I forgot right at site you linked
"Tablet with support for GSM voice communication, SMS, and MMS."
So a 4"+ screen makes it a brick? I guess, if your hands are the size of an 8 year old. Also, back to the 80's? Yeah, I hate that our phones are now nearly as powerful as computers, don't weigh 10lbs, and can only do just about everything. Damn these new-age electronics and all their innovation.M**** said:
So we went from phones the size of bricks to small enough to lose in your pocket and now back to bricks. This whole bringing back the 80s thing is getting out of hand
I don't know if you have noticed or not, but the new "bricks" do a few more things than Gordon Geckko's brick.So we went from phones the size of bricks to small enough to lose in your pocket and now back to bricks. This whole bringing back the 80s thing is getting out of hand