- May 3, 2006
- Richmond, BC
- '93 Toyota Tercel, '01 Swagger Wagon
Because looks and aesthetics are entirely subjective, and thus entirely pointless to argue over beyond just stating which your prefer.How can anyone dislike this?
Sense 3.0 has a lot going for it, such as the functional lock screen and the ability to take a call while using GPS navigation without the map disappearing from the screen.I really don't care for Sense 3.0, the capacitive buttons, or the design. The Galaxy S II is a much sharper looking device I think.
I don't know about that; the back/search button on my Desire is really flaky these days - a problem you wouldn't necessarily have with a capacitive button.I still insist on my old point of capacitive buttons being shit compared to proper physical buttons. But since no manufacturer does those anymore, this is about the best one can get nowadays.
I'm sure you would agree that when you're driving, the least you have to mess around with your phone, the better.Widgetlocker, and it's not as though it takes much to get back to the map.
My main problem with my phone is the delay in getting updates. Other than that, it has worked brilliantly.Other than suggesting that the money would be better spent going toward a GSII, not really. It's got the things you like about the GS, but is sturdier and has no bloat. I also think it looks better.
Well, a brand new Nexus S is around R$1.700 and I could sell my phone for around half that.But you said he should get it, I said he shouldn't unless he can upgrade for like their equivalent of $20 which is unlikely because as far as I know electronics are pretty expensive there. The Nexus S is still not all that sturdy (still plastic) and I think Redliner rooted his Galaxy so he can just get a vanilla ROM if he wants.