Unboxing the Samsung Vibrant, part 2

Oh I know. First the videos, now the pictures (slide show) – you just can’t get enough Samsung Vibrant unboxing goodness :)

Well don’t fret. I plan to get you even more Galaxy S coverage shortly – with a camera review, of course.

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3 Responses to Unboxing the Samsung Vibrant, part 2

  1. Michael says:

    I have been thinking about something.: You often say that we don’t need Motoblur, or Sense or Touchwhizz. But isn’t it true that they are trying to fix something about Android that is broken? I came to this thought after watching the Motorola Charm trailer on youtube which holds the promise to a unified in-box just like the Palm Pre. Isn’t that something we all crave?

  2. toko online says:

    ehhmm….

    my dream phone,,,,

    waiting for your review

  3. SenorClean says:

    Finally…. my Galaxy S is running as it should, without the awful lag. Looks like the culprit is the filesystem (RFS) Samsung have used for the apps partition. Running EXT2 on top of it fixes things, weirdly.

    See http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=748596

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