[NTLK] Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 + Einstein = Match Made in Heaven?

robinson pereira gaudo1196 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 28 08:23:01 EST 2012

The brick-cell phone of the past works only as phones.
A Gallaxy Note 5.3inches is not only a phone.
And I cant figure out how can they can build a phone smaller than it
Only if they can make a fold screen....
Em 28/02/2012 05:42, "James Fraser" <wheresthatistanbul-newtontalk at yahoo.com>

> Hello,
> >The biggest problem that I see with this device is that it's waaay too
> large
> >(IMHO) to be a phone (imagine >holding your Newton up to your ear, and
> it's even
> >
> >bigger than that!).
> Not to sound like anyone's grandad or anything, but I grinned so broadly
> when I
> read the above that my (strictly metaphorical) false teeth nearly fell out.
> http://preview.tinyurl.com/3s3dbrx
> I take your point, certainly, as mobile phones are the size of a deck of
> cards
> nowadays.  Still, as soon as I saw the phrase "waaay too large," I
> couldn't help
> but hark back to the days when people walked around with devices which, if
> they
> weren't bigger than a MessagePad, certainly weighed more than one (a
> Motorola
> DynaTAC weighed in at 28 ounces compared to an MP2x00's 22.4 ounces
> w/battery).
> And were grateful for the chance, I can tell you, even if they were billed
> ~US$3
> a minute for a local call.
> No doubt the brick-sized cell phones of yesteryear seem hopelessly silly
> and
> impractical now, but they were the wonder of the world then.  Of course,
> you try
> and tell the young people of today that.......they won't believe you.
> Best,
> James Fraser
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