After I have read another smartphone review that started with words "definite leader in its screen size of 4.6 inches", I could not resist writing this post.
I am totally confused, watching the current trend of new products:

• Huge screen!!!
• More than 320 dots per inch!!!
• Quad-core processor!!!
• Separate GPU!!!
• 12000000-pixel camera!!!
• 4G/LTE/WiFi n-standard!!!
• GPS / A-GPS / NFC / Bluetooth!!!
• Only for 600 euros!!!

Where are innovations in the batteries?
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Pirat 11 january 2013, 22:21

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We would like to begin with the word "marketing”. As we understand that means "Building a definite opinion of the public in respect of any given object of marketing", but definitely this does not mean “foisting off a useless product". As an example of good marketing is BMW brand. The same thing happened with Windows XP, which is one of the most lasting products of this world.

Take notice that Microsoft is actively pursuing many marketing campaigns and promoting its products in the United States. There is nothing wrong with that. There is a lot of good, because the users who read these newsletters and blogs know what features they will get and how to use them.

For example: "Pinning" of applications and websites on the Windows taskbar.
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Papay 19 january 2012, 13:33

Microsoft team has decided to do something original to construct a 6-storey Windows Phone to endorse a product sale of two new smartphones Samsung Focus S and Samsung Focus Flash that are based on Windows Phone 7 Mango.

imageDuring the eight-hour show each Live Tile has become truly alive, revealing the essence of human-oriented interface of Windows Phone. So you could see games in the Games Hub and listen to the live performances of the musicians in the Music + Video Hub.

The smartphones Samsung Focus S and Samsung Focus Flash have become the first devices of AT & T that are being run by Windows Phone Mango. The Samsung Focus S features a brilliant 4.3” Super AMOLED Plus display, 1,4 GHz processor, a thin 8.55-millimeter profile, and an 8-megapixel camera (its stated price is $ 199 after mail-in rebate). The Samsung Focus Flash is easier and cheaper that features a 3.7” Super AMOLED screen, 1,4 GHz processor and a 5-megapixel camera (its stated price is $ 49 after mail-in rebate).
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Pirat 9 november 2011, 13:20