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Old 20-08-2012, 11:58 PM   #121
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The strategic team of Samsung is very creative. They are making products appealing for both mass and the upper class. Unlike its competitors.
I disagree kasi I think that strategy belongs to Nokia. Nokia is known for producing phones for different socio-economic brackets that is very durable.

Samsung's core competency, on the other hand, is the smartphone technology (android devices and wide array of apps) itself.
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Old 20-08-2012, 11:59 PM   #122
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Its because Galaxy S Wifi 5.0,S Wifi 4.2 and Galaxy S are like brothers, all of them uses PowerVR SGX 540 GPU, ARM Cortex A8 CPU but it differs on chipset, S5PC110 for SGS and SGSWifi 5.0, while SGSWifi 4.2 uses S5PC111.

Sorry but I am still a little girl when it comes to android, but S5PC110 is also Exynos3110 (Exynos 3 Single), right?

So based from some data I researched, it should have a tv out via 3.5mm jack.


And SGSWifi 4.2 uses same chipset with Nexus S and Samsung Continuum (i400) (S5PC111) and Nexus S does not have TV out, based on this, we can GUESS that it will not have TV out.



However, it is still possible. But as of now, we can only assume not based on the hardware specifications of SGSWifi 4.2...
It's a great thing that someone has already confirmed, meaning is a bigger chance that this device will work with 3.5mm jack. It just needs to be tested.
Who ever wins in this contest pls post it if its working or not.
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Old 21-08-2012, 12:01 AM   #123
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I disagree kasi I think that strategy belongs to Nokia. Nokia is known for producing phones for different socio-economic brackets that is very durable.

Samsung's core competency, on the other hand, is the smartphone technology (android devices and wide array of apps) itself.
they have phones for the mass as well, ex. e1080.
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Old 21-08-2012, 12:01 AM   #124
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Kuya, that is why I gave an exception,




And basically, though Facebook/Email runs on the device, it is the wifi/3G connection that really eat ups much of the battery. Apps runs on cpu at very minimal percentage.

So there is really an exception for resources hog apps.

To add on the picture, HTC gains battery life, because Sense UI eats too much battery, while Motorola and Samsung does not. This should be taken into consideration.

*I mean motorola only.
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Old 21-08-2012, 12:03 AM   #125
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Kuya, that is why I gave an exception,




And basically, though Facebook/Email runs on the device, it is the wifi/3G connection that really eat ups much of the battery. Apps runs on cpu at very minimal percentage.

So there is really an exception for resources hog apps.

To add on the picture, HTC gains battery life, because Sense UI eats too much battery, while Motorola and Samsung does not. This should be taken into consideration.
Mine is Samsung this app is working great in my phone.
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Old 21-08-2012, 12:04 AM   #126
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Good luck guys!!!
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Old 21-08-2012, 12:04 AM   #127
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It's a great thing that someone has already confirmed, meaning is a bigger chance that this device will work with 3.5mm jack. It just needs to be tested.
Who ever wins in this contest pls post it if its working or not.
Still 50/50 chance, but bigger than 0, since almost every phone running S5PC111 chipset does not have TV out. by the way, those info came directly from samsung's site.
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Old 21-08-2012, 12:06 AM   #128
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they have phones for the mass as well, ex. e1080.
I know, pero what I'm saying is that's the flagship of the brands.

Nokia - low-cost durable phones for different socioeconomic levels
Samsung - smartphones
Apple - touch screen technology
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Old 21-08-2012, 12:07 AM   #129
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Good luck guys!!!
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Old 21-08-2012, 12:10 AM   #130
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I know, pero what I'm saying is that's the flagship of the brands.

Nokia - low-cost durable phones for different socioeconomic levels
Samsung - smartphones
Apple - touch screen technology
Yup, smartphones but they made it affordable to the mass. usually smartphones would could cost around 8k+ but they have one for as much as 5K.
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Old 21-08-2012, 12:15 AM   #131
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I know, pero what I'm saying is that's the flagship of the brands.

Nokia - low-cost durable phones for different socioeconomic levels
Samsung - smartphones
Apple - touch screen technology
Add to Apple good after sales and slow depreciation.
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Old 21-08-2012, 12:21 AM   #132
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Add to Apple good after sales and slow depreciation.
Yes! Pero for me depende rin sa tao ang slow depreciation. Was able to use my Nokia 6600 for 6 years haha. Add to that, yung pakonti-konting "upgrade" ng Apple to their products. They fool a lot of people haha.
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Old 21-08-2012, 12:27 AM   #133
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Yes! Pero for me depende rin sa tao ang slow depreciation. Was able to use my Nokia 6600 for 6 years haha. Add to that, yung pakonti-konting "upgrade" ng Apple to their products. They fool a lot of people haha.
ahh...what you mean po with 'depende sa tao ang slow depreciation'?
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Old 21-08-2012, 12:32 AM   #134
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ahh...what you mean po with 'depende sa tao ang slow depreciation'?
What I understood sa slow depreciation is how "matibay" the phone is. Pero yun nga, it still depends on the user, for me. Maybe my 6600 survived for 6 years kasi the first time I dropped it was during its 4th year with me.
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Old 21-08-2012, 12:53 AM   #135
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What I understood sa slow depreciation is how "matibay" the phone is. Pero yun nga, it still depends on the user, for me. Maybe my 6600 survived for 6 years kasi the first time I dropped it was during its 4th year with me.
I think, depreciation really means decline in a value of a thing. You maybe pertaining to durability with how matibay is. Apple devices has high resale value. So after a year or so, the device can be still sold at high price.

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Is there a case (Soft/Hard cases) for SGS Wifi 4.2? It would be better if it does have for added protection and durability. Or maybe a green cover to match our skirt and bag....
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