Samsung Ace a blast from iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS past?
The Samsung Galaxy Ace, a new entry level Android phone, looks an awful lot like the iPhone 3G/iPhone 3GS. Samsung has a history of copying Apple's design so this really shouldn't come as a surprise.
Motorola and HTC both do far better jobs at providing real hardware alternatives to the iPhone, but Samsung's growth in recent years sadly shows there's probably a bigger market for Android lovers who who want iPhones -- even retro iPhones -- not running iOS.
Kudos to Samsung. Instead of putting a lot of money and effort into design and marketing, they can spend it rapidly updating their existing phones to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Source: Cult of Mac
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Not to mention...the rectangle...so is Apple's thing. They should've went with a triangle.
They're kind of different concepts.
though im iphone user, im on samsung side!
go samsung/other phone developer make ios cheaper!
The first 2 commenters here aren't completely wrong, because the title of this post mentions the wrong model, duh.
So, wonder what the fanboys will be tossing at Samsung when they start doing designs based on their flexible display tech and cut Apple off from having access to it.
Needless to say I'll be avoiding Allyson Kazmucha's future offerings unless she can manage to develop a bit of professionalism soon.
Needless to say you should avoid reading stories that don't interest you and should keep your pointless comments to yourself.
Are the any apps that provide continuous vibration?
Wont be returning, unless the quality and reporting starts to improve very quickly.
I played with a galaxy tab in the shop yesterday, and was shocked that it felt less responsive than my iPad - my friends who have galaxy s/s2 have always claimed it to be otherwise, despite reports here.
I was also surprised that it looked so similar to an iPad, despite the reporting of court bans etc.
Reason for both of these being that I put a lot of that down to the bias here, which was emphasised when edited images from the court case were not given much attention or criticism.
And I won't deny that I haven't looked any further than TiPb with regards to the images posted with this "news", but people here say they've been adjusted too.
My opinion of Apple, Samsung or their products don't change the fact that TiPb has become overly biased against Samsung products, and for some time now, and I'd like to acknowledge that as my reason for moving on from this website, in the hopes that someone with power will see it, and change it, so I feel like I can enjoy the page, which I've frequented for four years, again.
Samsung takes girl from iPhone 4S ad for Galaxy Tab 8.9 spothttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEWuYrymbXg&feature=youtu.be