Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 5th May 2012 02:56 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Ron Amadeo argues that the SIII is ugly because it was designed by lawyers. "So there you have it. A darn-near perfect explanation of the GSIII design. Sure, it's butt ugly, but it's also 100% (well maybe 90%) lawyer approved. An amorphous, unsymmetrical blob that doesn't come in black, with a non-permanent dock and non-square icons. There's no way Apple can add this design to their Samsung lawsuit." Sure would explain how Samsung went from the elegantly understated SII to this monstrosity of a phone. Anyone out there who actually likes the SIII's 'design'? If so, care to explain why?
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beauty is relative to the beholder
by nicolasgoddone on Sat 5th May 2012 14:15 UTC
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I like it, not particularly beautiful but for those who complain, it's what happens when you have goddamn companies like Apple patent-trolling the daylights of design user-space, they want to reduce lawsuits. It's an efficient design that puts screen real estate to maximum use and it has the most powerful hardware under the hood, keep it up Samsung!, and don't forget to choke Apple's supply line one of these days, it would be nice to see the pricks in despair and mindf*cked.

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