Quinta-feira, 6 de Março de 2008

Chinese needs lot letters, Chinese gets lot letters


This is a clever an obvious one. My whole life I heard that the Chinese alphabet has over 2000 characters. Most people wouldn't bother to memorize all, so they decided to differentiate between clever and stupid depending on how many letters you knew.

Samsung is quite close to China, so someone must have tipped them that they are running out of letters, therefore Samsung introduced them with handwriting recognition.

All you hear from manufacturers that produce touchscreens is that us, customers, need to feel our phones, and have a "touch experience". This is of course marketing to get those touchscreen enabled phones sold.

The L258 is quite a glossy phone, so you can already expect it to be a fingerprint magnet. There's a satisfying 2.3" display with QVGA resolution, a rather poor 2 megapixel camera, and the usual package, including Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP and a microSD slot.

Source: Just Another Mobile Phone Blog
published by Meraj Chhaya às 14:49

edited by mh em 07/03/2008 às 23:00
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