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Not to kill your buzz, but who the hell composes office documents or creates digital art on a smartphone? There's a rather broad line between mobile entertainment and true productivity; smart phones have a long way to go. I use a lot of statistical analysis software packages and subsequently many excel spreadsheets and can say whole-heartedly that I would never, ever want to use a 4" touchscreen to manage the UI, even if the programs were fully functional. Owning a tablet, I can say it is pretty much just a cellphone with a bigger screen. At this point, I think the hardware has outrun the software in terms of productivity capabilities as well as the usefulness of so called "productivity" apps. Smart phones and tablets are still media devices with a very limited productivity extension. It will require a rather large paradigm shift for smartphones and media tablets to move close to being a PC/entertainment platform/raw creative input device. Windows 8 anyone (not getting my hopes up)?

btw, sent this from an HP Touchpad


...and yes, I realllllllllyyyyyyyyy want this phone.
I could vouch for your concerns, but then again there are options in which you could perform productivity tasks on a smartphone or tablet on a larger environment. For example, Motorola and ASUS have implemented modularity in their WebTop and Transformer models in which larger screen sizes and physical keyboards are needed. Phones can also serve as controls for media presentations or streaming video, so hard drives are not necessary anymore.
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I take it you own a crap phone?

You won't know... until you know.
I had a phone. It wasn't crap cause it made calls which is what I needed it for. And if I was crazy enough to do it, I could buy like over 20 of these phones when they come out. Nice try with the "ur p00r, so u don't know lolz" attack, though. I've tried quite a few of these smartphones, and it's pretty obvious that 99% of users just get them to watch vids/text/call/"games"...which leads me to...

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You're really pulling my strings now.

- Record, playback and stream 720p/1080p HD videos via HDMI, DLNA, WiFi Direct, etc.
- Faster file operations, including large file transfers, zipping/unzipping, navigation of large databases
- Better decoding of high-profile codecs such as raw MKV, FLAC, etc. files
- Ability to work on a more desktop-like environment with appropriate setups (i.e. WebTop application on the Atrix, Bionic, Photon)
- Better rendering of content-heavy websites, including those with full Flash content and embedded plugins
- Added functionality of USB hosting, faster FTP access, WiFi hotspot, etc.
- Better management of Office documents i.e. PowerPoint presentations, PDF files
Can you give me REAL examples please? Tell me how you stress your phone so badly that you need a faster CPU. I work with SQL Server at my job, do you do the same thing but instead of desktops/laptops, you use a Nexus S? Also, I require empirical evidence of this dire need for a 1.5GHz dual core in a phone. You know, like video card reviews, where you can see how many FPS you get at so-and-so res with so-and-so details. Can you do that for me? Just one or two examples demonstrating the benefit this new phone will give you over "old" ones.

You see, the problem with your "examples" is that they are taken out of context, and more importantly, the context is laughable, because here's the bottom line my friend:

Smartphones SUCK at doing actual work. You can try and fool yourself into thinking that because you have the "horsepower", which btw, is pathetic compared to a desktop/laptop, you can achieve what the big boys can. But forgetting the weak CPU/RAM/GPU, the fact is that the screen is 4"-5"...you have no mouse, no keyboard, and no support for the screen. Yes, you can plug your phone into a dock and make it a laptop, but what's the point? You're using a crippled netbook which costs more and has less functionality.

Accept the reality of the situation, buddy. Smartphones are extremely shallow devices. They are made for:

-Internet
-texting
-watch videos
-listen to music
-calling
-games

The Internet sucks cause the screen is too small, and you have no good input such as a mouse and keyboard.

The texting sucks cause you have a tiny keyboard that is hard to type on.

The videos suck cause it's a small screen.

The music is good if you have headphones, but the speakers are terrible.

Calling is fine, although ironically, these superphones can't match the call quality of some regular phones.

And the games are terrible cause the input device sucks, the screen is small, the developers don't care cause there's not as much money involved, and the games just plain suck cause the platform is so limiting in so many ways.
Edited by Baron_Davis - 10/10/11 at 4:08pm
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I just dont understand your logic. Do you own a computer simply for word processing or web browsing? The games on current smart phones are actually quite impressive especially during down time. The fact that I can stream my entire music collection to my phone using google music is impressive and useful. I can check my mail, browse the internet, play games, get turn by turn directions, stream audio and I can do all that without a hitch because my phone wont slow down or be bogged down by a slow processor or lack of ram.

I've owned a crappy smartphone (Droid Eris) and the user experience pales in comparison to higher end phones (Like my Droid 2). You just cant jump around from app to app on a slower phone, or run things simultaneously. That's what I mean by you'll never know. Until you use a high end phone daily, you'll never understand it's worth.

Even better is the fact that I never even payed for any of those phones. Both were available on buy one get one deals, and when the Prime comes out I'll get it at a subsidized discount.

If you simply want a phone that makes calls, that's fine. However you shouldn't judge someone that wants something more. It's like someone with a $200 PC asking you why you would build a high end system.
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I just dont understand your logic. Do you own a computer simply for word processing or web browsing? The games on current smart phones are actually quite impressive especially during down time. The fact that I can stream my entire music collection to my phone using google music is impressive and useful. I can check my mail, browse the internet, play games, get turn by turn directions, stream audio and I can do all that without a hitch because my phone wont slow down or be bogged down by a slow processor or lack of ram.

I've owned a crappy smartphone (Droid Eris) and the user experience pales in comparison to higher end phones (Like my Droid 2). You just cant jump around from app to app on a slower phone, or run things simultaneously. That's what I mean by you'll never know. Until you use a high end phone daily, you'll never understand it's worth.

Even better is the fact that I never even payed for any of those phones. Both were available on buy one get one deals, and when the Prime comes out I'll get it at a subsidized discount.

If you simply want a phone that makes calls, that's fine. However you shouldn't judge someone that wants something more. It's like someone with a $200 PC asking you why you would build a high end system.
I'm not hating on smartphones, because they are good entertainment devices and can even have some actual use (GPS, email, etc.). I'm saying that this constant increase in horsepower is useless because the platform itself is so crap at doing what a computer does. So what if the new smartphones will be quad cores? What will you do with that power? Not much...

If you want EpicMealTime to load 0.5 seconds faster, then yeah, go ahead and purchase the Nexus Prime and whatever ridiculous thing they pump out in a few months.

PS. The so-called "worth" you speak of was beat into you by companies. Did you desparately crave GPS or YouTube before you had a smartphone? Was your life miserable without one? Probably not...but those in power have a real talent for making millions think they NEED their devices (and then re-need a brand new one a couple of years later, and another, and another).

My sister brought her Apple smartphone while visiting this summer, and I used it a few times, and it left me feeling empty inside. It's a fun novelty item at first cause you can check YouTube in the palm of your hand, but then it reinforced my belief that these things are just gimmicks. Your desire for it is manufactured...
Edited by Baron_Davis - 10/10/11 at 4:18pm
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Do you need it, though?

YES/NO?

EDIT: Sigh, forget it. Once a sheep, always a sheep.

On the other hand, buying a $600 phone to play Angry Birds and browse this site is stupid when you can get the same terrible experience on a phone that's half the price.

My point is this: spend your money on things that matter, and spend it wisely. If you believe that you need all this power to do the mundane things that a smartphone does, then you are blind.
Do you need it? Clearly not as you seem so adamant against expensive smart phones.
Do I need one? I don't need a smart phone but it is a damn useful tool in my life. Smart phone are part of the present day technology, deal with it.

I believe that the number of owners who spent "$600 to play Angry Birds" would be very, very little if not 0%. I didn't buy my X10 to play smart phone games, they are merely small burts of enjoyment I can have when bored which cost around a gigantic grand total of $1 each. No way!
If you think the browsing experience is crappy I humbly invite you to use Opera Mobile on my X10. It does an outstanding job of replicating a desktop experience and does so with very little issues.

I think you are the blind one if you fail to see how much these phones are actually capable of and how handy they can be.
    
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Does every single thread have to turn into pointless arguing back and forth about someones preference on a brand/piece of hardware.

I subbed this thread hoping for news on this phone. Sadly I do not find it here.
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Can you give me REAL examples please? Tell me how you stress your phone so badly that you need a faster CPU. I work with SQL Server at my job, do you do the same thing but instead of desktops/laptops, you use a Nexus S? Also, I require empirical evidence of this dire need for a 1.5GHz dual core in a phone. You know, like video card reviews, where you can see how many FPS you get at so-and-so res with so-and-so details. Can you do that for me? Just one or two examples demonstrating the benefit this new phone will give you over "old" ones.

You see, the problem with your "examples" is that they are taken out of context, and more importantly, the context is laughable, because here's the bottom line my friend:

Smartphones SUCK at doing actual work. You can try and fool yourself into thinking that because you have the "horsepower", which btw, is pathetic compared to a desktop/laptop, you can achieve what the big boys can. But forgetting the weak CPU/RAM/GPU, the fact is that the screen is 4"-5"...you have no mouse, no keyboard, and no support for the screen. Yes, you can plug your phone into a dock and make it a laptop, but what's the point? You're using a crippled netbook which costs more and has less functionality.

Accept the reality of the situation, buddy. Smartphones are extremely shallow devices. They are made for:

-Internet
-texting
-watch videos
-listen to music
-calling
-games

The Internet sucks cause the screen is too small, and you have no good input such as a mouse and keyboard.

The texting sucks cause you have a tiny keyboard that is hard to type on.

The videos suck cause it's a small screen.

The music is good if you have headphones, but the speakers are terrible.

Calling is fine, although ironically, these superphones can't match the call quality of some regular phones.

And the games are terrible cause the input device sucks, the screen is small, the developers don't care cause there's not as much money involved, and the games just plain suck cause the platform is so limiting in so many ways.
You are forgetting the fact that mobile devices aren't meant to rival PCs and laptops, but rather accompany them at work. Sure they cannot be able to do full-sized work just like a sedan can't haul stuff pickups can, but for people who really need the portability of handheld devices, current smartphones are indispensable.

For example, you're in a car or subway and you only have your phone with you. Your boss calls you and tells you that a quick document must be made and emailed to his computer. Since most smartphones are good enough to create .doc files, then you can just type away with the report. Send it via email, Dropbox, etc. and you just saved yourself time instead of trying to get to a desktop somewhere.

And also, I love my ASUS Transformer for the modularity it brings. I can use it as a tablet for viewing movies and drawing stuff, while the keyboard dock allows me to perform in a laptop-like environment for creation of documents. It also provides me with USB slots to plug in my external hard drive for extra space. Input devices like mice and controllers are very much supported as well.

Higher-clocked and dual-core smartphones are generally better than lower-end ones because of the power they provide for a multitude of tasks. For example, tablets packed with Tegra 2 perform better in photo manipulation/drawing apps such as Autodesk Sketchbook and Photoshop Express than single-core variants like TI OMAP or Snapdragon. The Galaxy S II with its Exynos processor can easily playback full 1080p video without the use of conversion software, as opposed to lower-end ones like the Droid X and Desire HD with only single-core processors that chug at 720p resolutions.
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I'm not hating on smartphones, because they are good entertainment devices and can even have some actual use (GPS, email, etc.). I'm saying that this constant increase in horsepower is useless because the platform itself is so crap at doing what a computer does. So what if the new smartphones will be quad cores? What will you do with that power? Not much...

If you want EpicMealTime to load 0.5 seconds faster, then yeah, go ahead and purchase the Nexus Prime and whatever ridiculous thing they pump out in a few months.

PS. The so-called "worth" you speak of was beat into you by companies. Did you desparately crave GPS or YouTube before you had a smartphone? Was your life miserable without one? Probably not...but those in power have a real talent for making millions think they NEED their devices (and then re-need a brand new one a couple of years later, and another, and another).

My sister brought her Apple smartphone while visiting this summer, and I used it a few times, and it left me feeling empty inside. It's a fun novelty item at first cause you can check YouTube in the palm of your hand, but then it reinforced my belief that these things are just gimmicks. Your desire for it is manufactured...
To your first part, I tend to agree. I doubt my Droid 2 would be at too much of a disadvantage compared to a Nexus Prime.

As for your second point. I once again don't get it. I see what you're trying to say but there are many things in life that I don't need. For instance I don't need to play games on my computer when I already own a PS3 but I still do because I know it's something I enjoy. As a matter of fact I dont need to play games at all, but I do. And yes believe or not, GPS is tremendously helpful when you're in area you know nothing about. Not to mention all of the various places apps can help you avoid a crappy restaurant, or a crappy hotel, all while on the go.
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Nexus Prime... GSII.... Why am I still stuck with my Captivate!

The Galaxy Note seems to be a crazy phone is you're into >5 inch screens.
because you signed a contract...


I too have a captivate, it does everything you need, stop complaining.
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If you think the browsing experience is crappy I humbly invite you to use Opera Mobile on my X10. It does an outstanding job of replicating a desktop experience and does so with very little issues.
You are calling smartphone web browsing "outstanding", and you're comparing it to a desktop and you're calling ME blind?

wow

Again, all I'm saying is that:
-these uber powerful smartphones are being release so ppl can buy THE BEST just cause they are THE BEST
-smartphones are severely limited when it comes to doing actual work
-smartphones can't really use the horsepower cause they've got two crippling weaknesses (screen size and crappy input)

When I buy a speaker, it's obvious that I'm getting more when I purchase a floorstander with 6.5" drivers vs some cheapo plastic speakers.

When I buy my new $2500 PC, it will be clear that I have a premium gaming platform vs a $500 Acer from Bestbuy.

When you buy a Nexus Prime, other than e-peen blinding you, the benefits are NOT clear vs an older smartphone (read: one that is smooth enough that you can't notice lag, don't give me some ancient example) for all intents and purposes. THAT is my problem with these companies trying to get you to buy their LATEST AND GREATEST.
Edited by Baron_Davis - 10/10/11 at 4:29pm
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