Samsung Announces New Galaxy Grand with Quad-Core CPU

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halcyon

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Another day...another new Sammy phone. They just need to focus on the Note 3 and S4. .. .and maybe one or two more economical models for those that want that but it seems like there's maybe just too many different models.
 

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I don't mind many phones, but I want to understand what's the difference between them.
Faster CPU (moar coars, yeah) is for "faster connectivity", are you kidding me?
 

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4 cores and it still wont be able to understand basic commands.

voice activation... Galaxy S2: " What would you like to do?"

Me: "Call - Cindy"..... Galaxy S2: "contact - Wendy, not found"

Me: "Call - Devon..... Galaxy S2: "contact - Kevin, not found"

arrhhhggg... stupid "smart" phone!

 
[citation][nom]halcyon[/nom]Another day...another new Sammy phone. They just need to focus on the Note 3 and S4. .. .and maybe one or two more economical models for those that want that but it seems like there's maybe just too many different models.[/citation]

I agree on that Samsung seems to over-complicate their offerings, especially since many of their variants carry a more or less identical name. Having three to five different models (all without significantly different variations within each model name/number) per generation would simplify things. Even then, if Samsung is going to have much more, they could at least do a better job of differentiating them and not having variations of each model that can have significantly different hardware specifications (IE having several S3 variations with greatly differing memory bandwidth, different core counts, and such was not helping consumer confusion).

I can understand having many models to target many markets, but at the very least, Samsung could put some effort into simplifying things in the future and making sure that there's good reason to have more than several phone models in a given span of time, say one or two years.
 
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