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Old 11-08-2012, 10:12 AM   #343
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Originally Posted by jjallenupthehill View Post
Let's look at one of the most ridiculed claims - rounded corners. On the face of it, fair point, round corners are everywhere. But look at the 2 phones. Why that particular radius? Why that curvature on the bezel? Why that bezel width? Why that particular shape and size speaker at the top. There are no slots, details, mouldings or protrusions like there are with other Android phones. If you look here you can see that in 2007 they were picking up on the same themes as Apple, started by the iconic LG Chocolate and Prada Phones.
The iPhone copied the radius and curvature of the F700 that was shown a year before (I see that you missed the important things on the thread like the fact that the F700 was first shown in 2006). Why would Samsung have to change their design just because Apple ripped it off?

Which model from Samsung are you referring to that doesn't have a slot, because the F700 did have a card slot?

To some people the shiny letters forming "SAMSUNG" count as a detail, I take it that that isn't your opinion?

And do you think that having the speaker on top is anything beside common sense, since the device is supposed to be a phone?
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