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Those Samsung "enginerrs" forgot the "C" and "E" in ACTIVE.

 

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AJ

 

Yeah, what in the heck is an Ativ??

 

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Well I'm looking forward to getting back on to Win Phone, I did have the Arrive, until I had a accident with it. And these upcoming models do have expandable memory and the Ativ is a international Model. Oh by the way. Sprint will be the 1st US carrier to have the Ativ also, before Verizon, AT&T.

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Well I'm looking forward to getting back on to Win Phone, I did have the Arrive, until I had a accident with it. And these upcoming models do have expandable memory and the Ativ is a international Model. Oh by the way. Sprint will be the 1st US carrier to have the Ativ also, before Verizon, AT&T.

 

A Sprint first phone is always good!

 

 

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How do you pronounce that anyways? LIke "A-div" or "A-tiiv? How about "A-teev"? "Uh-tiv" anyone?

 

 

-Luis

 

I think it's pronounced like this:

 

 

with a Mr. T accent!

 

I pity the fool who don't buy Samsung!

 

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Someone want's to see the actual specs of the HTC 8XT here they are from HTC themselves. I will be picking up the phone next Friday myself. By the way, this midrange phone does have HD Voice. By the way the Samsung ATIV S Neo looks like this.

 

 

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http://www.htc.com/us/smartphones/htc-8xt/#specs

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Yeah, what in the heck is an Ativ??

 

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ATIV, the reverse the word VITA, meaning “Life” in Latin, is a pledge by Samsung to make everyone’s life extraordinary with excitement.

 

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ATIV, the reverse the word VITA, meaning “Life” in Latin, is a pledge by Samsung to make everyone’s life extraordinary with excitement.

 

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So wouldn't that make the Samsung ATIV the reverse, or opposite, of life? We can just call it the death phone. :P

 

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So wouldn't that make the Samsung ATIV the reverse, or opposite, of life? We can just call it the death phone. :P

 

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True, death it is. Vita was already taken by Sony I guess.

 

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I'm looking forward to this as well, the phone passed the FCC a little while ago, so it should be out sometime in August.

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And now the Ativ S Neo Factsheet is up on Sprint's Newsroom site.

 

http://newsroom.sprint.com/news-releases/fact-sheet-samsung-ativ-s-neo.htm

 

Still does not confirm sale date, or a price.

 

According to this article here, it goes on sale on Friday for $149.99 after $50 MIR. Frankly, I think it's too much money.

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Seems to be a bit different from the International version. Why, why do they always do this.

For the fun of it? Lol

 

 

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How do you pronounce that anyways? LIke "A-div" or "A-tiiv? How about "A-teev"? "Uh-tiv" anyone?

 

 

-Luis

On all of the advertisements, I've seen it like:

creativ

originativ

innoavativ

 

which would make it pronounced ā-tiv. However, the Samsung training videos pronounce it uh-tēv.

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How do they pronounce "enginerring"?

 

;)

 

AJ

Oh, silly AJ, assuming that Sprint employees get any training on how enginerring screens work at all. Most don't even know that dialer codes exist, much less secret menus!
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