Linked by Alexey Eromenko on Fri 1st Feb 2013 21:52 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Many people think that all Androids are equal and it's a race to the bottom where the cheapest vendor wins. This could not be farther from the truth. For me, it all began half-a-year ago, when I bought the Samsung Galaxy S III and was absolutely stunned by it, then exploring and comparing it with other Androids. Now that Google has fired a shot across the bow with its low pricing for the unlocked Nexus 4, where does that leave Samsung and its flagship handset?
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RE[2]: WTF
by _txf_ on Mon 4th Feb 2013 21:05 UTC in reply to "RE: WTF"
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" [q]Launcher: Samsung clearly divides between applications and widgets. Much easier to navigate and start applications (than vanilla Google Android 4.0). [+3]

Has this guy even used vanilla? There IS a tab separating them....
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Yes, and the separation in Google Android is not complete. You still can cycle between Apps and Widgets on Google, which is confusing, but not on Samsung. Sammy made this right. [/q]

you can turn it off. But either way it really isn't that big a deal. Not something that can make you proclaim that one launcher is so much better...

Edited 2013-02-04 21:08 UTC

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