on 20-08-2011 17:24
The next question you want to ask yourself is: does my usual reception area support 3G. If not then don't bother getting any one of them as you will never get to use its full potential as a phone. Just go for a Blackberry in that instance
If I were you, hold off as the iphone 5 is rumoured for launch in the next couple of months and the iphone 4 may be slightly better value.
on 24-08-2011 23:06
Sensation or I phone 4 or Galaxy s2.Which one of them is best and reliable.Pleas help
Have you considered the Nokia X range. I have an X6 and it is pretty good. I think there is a later one as well. Looking through messages here, there are a few issues with Samsung phones, including overheating which would put me off. The screen is smaller than the HTC/Iphone but still OK for internet.
I was thinking about upgrading to Iphone when my next upgrade is due in October, but re-considering because of possible excessive data charges, when the phone tries to update itself via the internet, even if you are not actively asking it to do so.
I've always had Nokia up to now and they have been 100% reliable and good battery life, unless you take a lot of pics which seems to drain the battery very quickly.
on 25-08-2011 14:57
I like having a large screen, which is why I wouldn't go back to an iPhone (unless the iP5 has a 4-4.3" screen). The SuperAMOLED screen on the Samsungs I find preferable to the iPhones too.
That said, the only real annoyance I had with an iPhone was the need to tie it to iTunes. I can just drag and drop to my Samsung, it's so much quicker, plus I can add any app I want.
Some folk might find a large screen phone a little unwieldy though.
The minus point of Android, is that developers (even big companies) still treat the Market as a secondary consideration after the App Store. I mean, we only just got an official BBC News app a couple of months ago.
on 05-09-2011 09:27