it's kind of baffling though, why have inferior hardware in the us?
I predict the same will be happening to phones and pads within the next 2 years as you already have Nvidia up to pentacores and Samsung up to hexacores so just like PCs
galaxy s4 and note 3 already have 8 cores.
voluntary as in they won't literally force you to get an id, but they will gradually make it mandatory for any interaction with the government.
no, i've never been outside my country (india) and i was assuming you guys out there would have better broadband than we do
seriously? people still have caps on their home broadband? i can understand usage limits on wireless data but this is just too sad.
the sensor is actually bigger than most point and shoot cameras. combine that with that humongous megapixel number and i'm sure the images will turn out pretty good.
6" devices are not called phones! i have large hands but its just uncomfortable to hold anything with a screen bigger than 4".
so you can't open images downloaded from the internet in an image viewer?
well, firefox can't scroll facebook smoothly on a core i5, so...
image stabilization is not digital in the 1020, afaik. its accomplished by physically moving the lens assembly in response to movement detected by the gyro and accelerometer.
i have the exact same story as you except i cant find any red bar on the website. but i can't find anything that says my account WILL be retained either, so i'm a bit nervous. can you describe exactly where you see the notice? maybe a screenshot? thanks!
and how do they make single fiber optic cables 7200 kilometers long? seems impossible
to hell with ios. they should make vlc for android and watch it become the most
downloaded app on the play store. i don't think play store will have a problem with
i'm an indian. we have never been a great nation recently.