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    Default Your perfect Android phone

    What would be your perfect Android phone physically speaking(screen,camera...)
    Mine would be:
    -Size of the Satio
    -Slim with max 12mm
    -Screen 3.5'' capacitive because bigger than that it will be too large for pocket
    -Dual speakers
    -SE made
    -8 or 12mp with strong dual led or xenon
    -Resolution 480x854 ou 480x800
    Sort of taking the best from satio and x10 mixed up

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    Default Re: Your perfect Android phone

    the milestone, except with amoled screen, no ***** signatures and motorola finally delivering some upadates on time in europe.


    ah yes and native divx + flash support inside android.



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    Default Re: Your perfect Android phone

    Google Nexus One
    +Double ROM size to 1GB,
    +Stereo speakers
    +HW acceleration for all system audio&video codecs. Support for all major video formats, including H264, mkv, avi, etc, HD decoding.
    + Offline Voice control and text to speech recognition.
    + Proper GPS chip (SirfStar IV) that will consume minimal power and function without AGPS support.
    + Standby at least one week.
    + Finger smudges resistant and clear screen, so that I don't have to wipe it every time.
    + USB host feature
    + HOT swappable SD/microSD card slot (easily accessible).
    I'll take these for the moment.

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    Default Re: Your perfect Android phone

    Standby at least one week.

    Mmmm don't ask too much dude
    Perhaps next gen of batteries could do it

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    Default Re: Your perfect Android phone

    I think in some years there will be batteries which don't need to be charged - that would be awesome.

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    Default Re: Your perfect Android phone

    Quote Originally Posted by vegetaleb
    Standby at least one week.

    Mmmm don't ask too much dude
    Perhaps next gen of batteries could do it
    I'm not asking much. Nokia E52 or E55 easily have more than a weak of standby...

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    Default Re: Your perfect Android phone

    Screen size matter

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    Default Re: Your perfect Android phone

    Quote Originally Posted by vegetaleb
    Screen size matter 
    Not in standby! The screen should be turned of when not in use.

    3.8" AMOLED screen @ 800x480px
    Rather a high-quality speaker (with undistorted bass) than dual, but both would be nice.
    8 or 12Mpix camera with AF, optical zoom and Xenon
    1GB RAM
    Nvidia Tegra2 based
    Built in memory of 32 or 64GB plus hot-swappable µSDXC and exFAT-support
    802.11 a/b/g/n (fully supported speeds)
    HSPA 850/900/1700/1900/2100

    A special screen that when you are using an onscreen keyboard it'll have bumps where the keys are, and then makes a physical keyboard redundant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andnewman
    Not in standby! The screen should be turned of when not in use.

    3.8" AMOLED screen @ 800x480px
    Rather a high-quality speaker (with undistorted bass) than dual, but both would be nice.
    8 or 12Mpix camera with AF, optical zoom and Xenon
    1GB RAM
    Nvidia Tegra2 based
    Built in memory of 32 or 64GB plus hot-swappable µSDXC and exFAT-support
    802.11 a/b/g/n (fully supported speeds)
    HSPA 850/900/1700/1900/2100

    A special screen that when you are using an onscreen keyboard it'll have bumps where the keys are, and then makes a physical keyboard redundant.
    Sure i could cope with that.

    In addition to your list i'd like to see full support for an FM transceiver, 720p @ 30fps filming, HD decoding x.264, divx xvid filesupport. some nice NFC (near field communication) so that you can use your phone as a bus card and other things, bluetooth 3.0, full dlna support, a front facing camera for 3g calling (I know it's unnecessary but the way I see it is that it might come in handy). and a micro HDMI slot or what ever it's called. And some usual goodies


    cheers

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    Default Re: Your perfect Android phone

    skallaren (sounds you could hurt someone), that would be a perfect addition. The front camera has to be of high quality also, not as Nokias noisy and useless cameras.


 
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