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how bout a picture with ur hand holding the new baby =)
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glad you got your smartphone!!
i haven't change, still trying to get one with qwerty keyboard, (dont want bb)
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getting samsung galaxy core, dual sim

http://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_galaxy_core_i8260-5419.php

processor : Dual-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A5

Samsung Galaxy Win I8550
processor : Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A5

dual-core vs quad-core, is the performance vary large significant?
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Here is the comparison:

http://www.morecellphone.com/compare/phones/samsung-galaxy-win-gt-i8550-vs-samsung-galaxy-core-gt-i8260/327622

Also, watch out the model # if dual-SIM is a must:

"Available as Samsung Galaxy Core I8262 with Dual SIM card slot."

The user scores for both models are only around 6 (out of 10). Why don't you look for something with a higher score? Rolling Eyes

Wink
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sleepsleep wrote:

dual-core vs quad-core, is the performance vary large significant?



my experience so far: not that much.
note: i'm comparing Nexus 4 (dual-core) with the other quad-core flagship phones (Samsung Galaxy Note 2, HTC One, LG G2, etc)

Nexus 4 is as snappy as those phones.
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i guess not much apps are written in a way to optimize quad cores yet... maybe,
layers inside android that probably eat the performance,

do you guys use wechat, whatsapp or etc cross countries, free message or free call apps?
viber?
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sleepsleep wrote:
i guess not much apps are written in a way to optimize quad cores yet... maybe,
layers inside android that probably eat the performance,



maybe you are right
nowadays it's getting more common to see android phones with monster specs
(Samsung, HTC, etc).
the funny thing is when compared to humbler phones like Nexus series or Motorola, sometimes these phones feels kinda laggy. probably more bloatware in their OS?


sleepsleep wrote:

do you guys use wechat, whatsapp or etc cross countries, free message or free call apps?
viber?



whatsapp, line, and BBM (ironically).
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TmX wrote:

sleepsleep wrote:

dual-core vs quad-core, is the performance vary large significant?



my experience so far: not that much.
note: i'm comparing Nexus 4 (dual-core) with the other quad-core flagship phones (Samsung Galaxy Note 2, HTC One, LG G2, etc)

Nexus 4 is as snappy as those phones.



Nexus 4 is quad core as well.

Bare in mind that most of Android apps are Javas so there is probably not so much to optimise - I don't know, I avoid learning Java Smile

I have been using HTC One for a couple of months now and I can highly recommend it. Well made, IMO higher quality than other brands (even low end HTC phones are built with good materials). I guess HTC is a kind of manufacturer that is widely chosen by different kinds of geeks Wink

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Fixit



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I have an AT&T Alcatel phone.

No camera or memory card slot.

But I like the 10 cents a minute and less taxes than a normal cell phone. Smile

Andy
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malpolud wrote:

Nexus 4 is quad core as well.



Ah yes you right. I must be thinking of Motorola RAZR MAXX (which is also a very fine phone, anyway)


malpolud wrote:

I don't know, I avoid learning Java Smile



If you don't like Java, probably you could use C++, Pascal, or C#.

I'm not a really a big fan of Java, too.
But hey, that's the language used by the official SDK.
Plenty of tutorials written for it, and so does 3rd party libs. Smile
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btw, just to report that i haven't change my phone,
all the NSA hacks should let us know that, please cover your mic and camera =)

but this thing is getting my interest,
http://www.gsmarena.com/motorola_moto_g-5831.php

http://www.motorola.com/us/shop-all-mobile-phones-1/Moto-G/moto-g-pdp.html

MOTO G
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I'm using the ultra modern super smart 1 PB RAM equipped Motorola W396 http://www.gsmarena.com/motorola_w396-2483.php

Been considering buying a Galaxy S3 Mini, but if the cellphone company forces me to switch plans even if I purchase it unlocked not from their stores then they can **** it.
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LocoDelAssembly wrote:
I'm using the ultra modern super smart 1 PB RAM ...

Surprised One million gigabytes is a lot of RAM Surprised
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LocoDelAssembly
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Of course it is! Why else would I mention it?

I actually meant petabyte, but jokes aside I would be surprised if it has more than 16 MB, of which Java programs can use only 1 MB for heap memory, ~2MB for program memory and 256 KB of data space (which I think this is permanent storage and not RAM). No other kinds of programs can be run, except a built-in browser which doesn't work anymore as it always says "ERROR: requires expiration" when you try to browse something (I have absolutely no idea what the F that error means and couldn't find the answer anywhere). Well, the Internet service via the cellphone is pretty sh**** anyway (because the company is giving close to inexistent network access for the technology this phone uses), so a working browser wouldn't be useful anyway...
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there are lots of new communication methods inside smartphone,
one of it that i prefer is getting to know the people nearby you by scanning who is nearby and want to get connected, that is something good i think, (which one can't have with traditional mobile phone)

idk how they implement this (using gps, agps, or same wireless station or detect available wireless stations list nearby or others methods)

another thing is zero cost sms, mms, free calls,
after all, paid or free, we all are spied by telco, government or etc big brothers, might as well get it free,

maybe it is time for me to use a more modern smartphone, moto g, here i come =)
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i online ordered a motorola g, dual sim 16GB smartphone =)
hopefully reach my place in 2 more days.

time to browse xda =)
http://forum.xda-developers.com/moto-g

and plan to write a simple hello world in my android.
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Oh, forgot to announce, I finally bought the Galaxy S3 Mini and didn't need to change the contract with the service provider Very Happy
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i received my moto G today, yippiee,,,
upgraded it into 4.4.2, kitkat,
new with android interface, maybe take some time to get use with it.
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sleepsleep wrote:
i received my moto G today, yippiee,,,
upgraded it into 4.4.2, kitkat,
new with android interface, maybe take some time to get use with it.



I think Moto G is a very decent phone, for a relatively cheap price.
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