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To take the edge off is a good idea.  Otherwise, it might be so Sharp that it cut my hand.

 

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It's still bizarre to me to see carriers holding press events to announce someone else's product (if that's what this event is intended to be).

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Give me a little somethin', you know.......... to take the edge off (and for my cataracts).

 

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If Sprint announces the completion of NV 1.0, we'll know that they're planning on never offering LTE in San Francisco or the Upper Central Valley <_<

I hope it isn't about something coming. I want to hear about things they are turning on that day.

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yes, both in New York.  I hope they expand the tablet line.

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Note the front page article, and you'll figure out what the EDGE is about...  (or lack of)

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Does anyone know what time the event is?

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It hasn't happened yet that I can see

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The only thing that has happened is HTC's event which we just found out the HTC One W8 is a Verizon exclusive.

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Does anyone know what time the event is?

I'm guessing 5:30 or 6:00 Eastern based on increased twitter chatter.

 

Edit: This was a device launch event solely. Discussion of the Sharp Aquos Crystal can be found here.

General Sprint discussions can continue here.

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