Cracking Open the Samsung Galaxy S III (T-Mobile)
by Bill Detwiler | June 21, 2012, 11:30am PDT | Image 30 of 59
Cracking Open Samsung Galaxy S III: Motherboard with attached hardware
Cracking Open Samsung Galaxy S III: Motherboard with attached hardware - Image 30 of 59
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Just a little re-work needed
Why would anyone want this
#2 Too complicated. What if one of those little "modules" blows out 20 years from now, where will you get a replacement part? Or is it warrantied to last the rest of my life, at that ridiculously high price?
#3 Who needs a camera on a phone. There isn't even a way to focus this thing. Film cameras are much better. About all it looks good for is spywork, copying some document you find on a desk?
#4 Why would you put all those things like GPS on a PHONE? Stop and ask directions at a local store.
People are too lazy nowadays.
#5 Cost. You have to be kidding me. $200 WITH a two year contract? I bought my cel phone for $35, NO contract! Who can afford this thing?
#6 It doesn't flip shut. How do you protect the screen? Do you have to purchase a case separately?
#7 Related to touchscreens: where are the buttons if you don't want to touch the screen? How do you keep fingerprints off the screen if you're touching it all the time? That should be discouraged. Please put buttons back on, not some touchscreen junk. Put bars or something on the screen so it can't be touched. I've seen these touchscreen phones and other devices and they are positively HORRIBLE with fingerprints all over. We need to teach people NOT TO TOUCH the screens on their devices.
I do not like this thing.
Quad-Core = No LTE, for now...
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