Just messaged a guy who put up an ad listed “Galaxy Nexus for Rogers Iphone 4s or Samsung Galaxy S2 Unlocked” so of course I replied & asked if he has a receipt.
Unfortunately he responded saying
“No receipt because I bought it off kijiji. Its got factory warranty though.”
It’s got factory warranty but no receipt..? I don’t think this guy understands how warranties work. So I reply asking him how a factory warranty might work without a receipt or at least some sort of proof of purchase.
Do you have a receipt? Probably not right. Thats the difference between buying new in store and on kijiji. And on top of it all I have the better and mote expensive phone. So if ur not interested stop wasting my time.
Go fuck urself fagget
Well, I’ve had enough of these morons on Kijiji for one day.
The rumoured SGSIII or nothing but a mid-range Galaxy device dubbed the “Samsung Galaxy M”? A larger battery, processor upgrade, NFC & a larger, high-definition screen seems like enough of an upgrade for the rumoured flagship device.
Specifications of the apparent SGSIII include..
- 4.6-inch 720p Super AMOLED (Plus?) screen at 320ppi - Android 4.0.3 with TouchWIZ - 1.4Ghz quad-core Exynos processor - 1GB RAM, 16GB internal storage (microSD card slot, too!) - 8MP camera w/ LED flash, 1080p video capabilities - 2050mAh battery - NFC support
These kinds of specifications on a mid-range device have previously been unheard of which leads me to believe that we are looking at the Samsung Galaxy SIII.
It’s always a bittersweet moment when a phone leaks before release, the magic of the announcement & unveiling is out the window.
To all my dear followers (yes, I’m referring to all three of you), I am going to be writing five exams within the next seven days and will be very busy. Please excuse my absence and accept my sincerest apologies.
Just played around with the Chrome Beta available for ICS users and I noticed something different after the recent update. The settings menu popup looks exactly like the one from the Stock Browser in ICS, which means that Google is slowly merging the two browsers and eventually all Android users will be using Google Chrome by default.
I’m sure this doesn’t come as a surprise to most people, considering it is a pretty obvious decision but this is the first time I’ve noticed similarities between the two.
Google Chrome, available exclusively to those of you who are lucky enough to have an Android device running ICS has been updated! This update is probably the most significant update since it’s release back in February.
Version 0.18.4409.2396 includes..
- Now available in 31 new languages - You can now request the desktop version of a website, not just a mobile version - You can now add bookmarks as shortcuts on your home screen - Choose your favorite apps to handle links opened in Chrome - Have a proxy setup for Wi-Fi access? You can now use Chrome with the system proxy configured in Android settings
I think it’s it’s time for me to give Opera Mobile a break since this release finally includes requesting desktop versions of websites, a feature users have been begging for.
I’ve been a Windows Phone devotee for almost a year now, and I’m starting to cringe every time I hand my cell to a friend to show off this “great alternative.” It’s like living in one of those Home of the Future installations: futuristic features around every corner, but the faucets and light switches don’t work.
What I mean when I mention that WP7 has yet to mature. Waiting until WP8 is probably a wise decision.
The HTC One series (X,S & V) all come out before the end of the month. Unfortunately I probably won’t be able to purchase any of them (ballin’ on a budget) but hopefully the carriers at my local mall will have demo units available for me to play with. Otherwise, the dummy units will have do.
Side Note: I know it’s the sales representatives job to watch me like a hawk when I’m playing with their beloved demo unit but when you know some of the employees on a first name basis, you’d think they’d loosen up.
After much thought between changing providers to finally have (affordable) data, I’ve decided the move to Wind Mobile is a smart one. Unfortunately I won’t be able to switch my SGSII over which means I’m going to need to purchase a new phone. I’ve been considering the Nokia Lumia 900 for quite some time now but because WP7 hasn’t quite matured yet I’ve decided to purchase the next best Android device, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
I’m very opinionated, especially when comes to the mobile industry. The Apple iPhone is an interesting topic because no matter what Apple does with it, it’ll still be very successful. You cannot ignore the success that Google has been having with Android, and with Blackberry slowly dying while Microsoft is on the rise, Apple should be worried.
I’m excited about the new iPhone and it’s not because I plan on getting one, in fact I’ve been eyeing the Lumia devices for some time now. It’s because I think it’s about time Apple redesigns their software and hardware. I mean a dramatic overhaul. iOS is extremely outdated (has barely changed since 2007) and I absolutely hated the iPhone 4/4s hardware. Glass on each side made it much more fragile and didn’t help with the weight either. The 3.5” screen is behind the times, and has been since the 4” HTC Evo came into the market.
The designers and engineers working at Apple have always been very innovative and I have no doubt in my mind that the upcoming iPhone will be great. I can’t help but wonder if the death of Steve Jobs will have a heavy impact on the designers creative side (he did publicly state that 3.5” is the perfect display).
Also, if you’re listening Apple, I’m sure most users wouldn’t mind a notification LED (similar to the kind found in blackberry’s)
I’ve had a lot of phones over the years and, I sort of wish I kept a record of it. So why not start now? All the phones I’ve ever had, in order.
Sony Ericsson z520a Sony Ericsson w580i Nokia N95 Apple iPhone 3G Nokia N900 Blackberry Curve 8520 Blackberry Bold 9000 Samsung Captivate Samsung Nexus S Motorola Atrix Apple iPhone 4 Samsung Galaxy S2 (Current)