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new s4 commercial, great!

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by xtor, May 3, 2013.

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    Bagged on the iphone, loved it, guy with iphone says,I guess all smart phones aren't smart, nice to know you can answer a call while eating ribs

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    *know

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    Oops, thanks

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    Now let's hear all the people that call these features gimmicks lol.. I say its fn awesome

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    Some of it may be gimmicks, but alot of times these "gimmicks" lead to better technology.

    From my personal experience, I thought Siri on Apple was a gimmick. Well if it wasn't for Siri we wouldn't have Google Now. So if these gimmicks lead to better software features then I'm all for it.

    As for myself, I pretty much can see myself using all of those features mentioned in the commercial. The thing I may not get a hang of for a long time may be the hovering/hover swipe.