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Except Maps wasn't the second-most used part of the phone. in fact, it wasn't even in the top ten. Messages, Phone, Camera/Photos, Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Music, YouTube, Videos all are used more often than the Maps app.
I have a 4s and now a work-Samsung galaxy 3s(?). I'm liking the 3s. Love the screen!
I don't like the S3, to be honest. To me, it feels cheap and flimsy - and I think a large part of that is because of the screen size and how thin it is overall. I also prefer a phone screen I can easily navigate with one hand - there are occassions where I have to use two hands with the S3, which makes it feel more like a mini Kindle Fire or Nexus 7 than a phone.
Just read where Apple sold 5 million iPhones this weekend, whoa. But man, people are roasting Apple over the maps. Didn't realize it was that big of deal.
I don't even use my maps enough on my phone. I don't see the big deal about it.
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