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Samsung targets 2 mil sales of new Galaxy device

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I have pre-ordered the Nexus on Docomo. Can't wait!

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It all boils down to usability and the battery life. All smart phone face the same ugly truth and that is a lightning fast battery run down, including iphone. Unless they improve the battery life i will stick to my iphone 4 until someone comes up with some revolutionary battery technology which could extend a smart phone battery longer than measly 1 day on all current smart phones (or half day on android phones).

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Was it Alexander Graham Bell who said that if someone invented a bigger phone then the world would beat a path to their door?

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Unless they improve the battery life i will stick to my iphone 4 until someone comes up with some revolutionary battery technology which could extend a smart phone battery longer than measly 1 day on all current smart phones (or half day on android phones).

Uh, I get 2 days on my Galaxy S2. My iPhone never got 2 days after I made the iOS upgrade. Where do you hear the Android phones can only go half a day??? It's not correct.

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No thanks! I do not buy products from someone not who knows how to respect patents by copying and stealing ideas from other manufacturers.

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A lot of battery life is from screen brightness. Turn down the screen brightness and only turn it up temporarily when it's actually needed. Most time and apps, it's not needed.

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or half day on android phones

Is this a joke? Please have a clue before commenting. My low-priced Android handset gets a couple of days, and the battery is about a year old.

somebody...copying and stealing ideas from other manufacturers.

Somebody who actually develops and supplies the original technology?

The Apple brain trust is out in force today, it seems.

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