thesleeper

OK. I've had this phone for about six months now and couldn't be more pleased. The only thing that concerns me is the upcoming generation of dual-core phones.

I'm hoping that "bigger and better" apps made to take advantage of the new processing powers will not leave my phone in the dust earlier than I would normally expect. I usually start wanting a new phone after about 2 years not 1 year.

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JanSt / MOD  Mar. 15, 2011 at 15:11

I wouldn't worry too much. The Galaxy S is snappy enough, and devs will take time to fully exploit the dual-core power.
Also, the devs of popular good apps will not want to miss out on a huge customer base that runs non-dual core processors.
And hey, there are plenty of Android devices currently in use with 624 or 800 mHz, and they have few problems with up to date apps as long as the OS version is supported.

I recently used an Acer beTouch 130. It runs cupcake on a 400-something mHz processor...and yet I enjoyed the experience ;)

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