The failure of Nokia’s Lumia 900 phone to get off to a good sprint has shown that it’s not enough simply to produce a beautiful phone. As I previously mentioned, they should have spent more on the hardware too.
This is important for the whole market, because even if you don’t intend to buy a Windows Phone, at least you can benefit from competitive pressures on your chosen supplier to create a better phone.
That’s why it’s heartening to see in this article from Business Insider that Samsung is innovating with its processor technology for its next smartphone, the Galaxy S III.
The most impressive feature is the ability to play video at full 1080p HD. That’s going to look really nice on the phone’s big screen. Images and 3D gaming graphics will look a lot better too.
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