Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Eazail70x7, Aug 21, 2010.
YouTube - Samsung Epic 4G Vs. HTC Evo 4G Comparison
Video was uploaded Aug 20, EVO got 2.2 Aug 1st. He says both have 2.1 and the race is on to which gets 2.2 first.
HAHAHA listen to what he says around 5:13 who ever made this video has no idea at all what hes doing
This guy is a real fuking moron.
yeah i saw this video he has good quality videos but knows nothing also he said that because the epic's hotspot app supports 5 devices and evo does 8 is because of the amount of megapixels the epic has...
this guy is a idiot.
Ok I agree he's an idiot and can't film a review to save his life. But he was clearly kidding about the 8megapixel vs 5MegaPixel thing being responsible for the number of devices it could support...
Is this an actual job where he was hired to do this? I was thinking the same as everyone else on here. I laughed when he made that hotspot megapixel comment. He seemed nervous to me.
i can hear it in his voice now that i listen a second time but i gotta say he needs to work on his sarcasm a bit.
Wow! That was just awful. The guy didn't even know his way around the phones. He seems to be doing this on the fly. I really doesn't sound like he was being sarcastic about the megapixels. This was not just a comparison of the Epic, it is an Epic FAIL.
I missed the sarcasm also!!
i didn't hear any sarcasm either. if you didn't skip the rest after that unfunny/wrong info about tethering...during his browser compare, it did show quite apparent the screen display differences. plus he mentioned that black (text or background) required no power on the epic.
That is correct - and what I had thought I heard - is there any way to get inverse text (White, or Yellow Text on a black background) to save a ton of battery life?????
^^Perhaps we should suggest an app for that?? That would be awesome as I prefer reading white text on a black background anyhow. (easier on my eyes).
Should be called the AMOLED browser app lol
Yeah - I agree - inverse usually (especially with this screen) is easier to read. . . .