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Fantasy Sprint LTE Devices and What Would You Name them?


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So basically im just wondering what you all would like in an LTE Phone and what you'd name it. I would like an Android phone that allows you to be rooted and have great battery life 1080p screen with LTE. Also have the Play Store ( Android Market) work like the APP store off of IOS because I dont want to have an Credit card or bill to account feature. I'd Rather have an a pre paid redeemable card to buy stuff. Battery that can last about a good 1 Day with heavy LTE Usage with alot of apps and playing games and what not. And Lastly added to the device i would like it to have a amazing camera that is even better than the iPhone and good apps that are not fragmented like IOS. I would Name this Device the... miPhone!!!

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For a future Sprint World Phone I would call it Voyager. I did a mock up a long time ago on androidforums thinking that the EVO upgrade would be a 3 screen phone with that name.

 

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as for features, hmmm thats a tough one.

 

TS

 

Holy cow! That is the coolest design for a phone I have ever seen! B)

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For a future Sprint World Phone I would call it Voyager. I did a mock up a long time ago on androidforums thinking that the EVO upgrade would be a 3 screen phone with that name.

 

tn_htcTripleVoyager4G.png

 

as for features, hmmm thats a tough one.

 

TS

 

You better be careful, I am sure you are some how violating one of apples patents in those designs. :)

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You better be careful, I am sure you are some how violating one of apples patents in those designs. :)

Hopefully that design doesn't violate any Apple patents or anyone else's for that matter.

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I'm still waiting for that mozilla phone prototype shown off a long time ago...

 

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What mozilla phone prototype? I missed that?

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yeah i remember seeing, still impressive to this day. The dongle is the best part of all. Something i wish was integrated into phones now and have the ability to insert a 3g/4g dongle for world wide connectivity.

 

Another one concept I love to see happen is the RollTop pc.

 

 

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Mozilla Seabird? Oh Brother! :wacko:

 

Dual Pico projectors would be cool.

 

Wow, that bluetooth dongle is AWESOME!

 

Very interesting concept. I wonder if someone would ever try to build it.

 

TS, the rolltop PC looks creative, however, I don't see too many people buying it like they do with netbooks. But you never know until it's built.

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Mozilla Seabird? Oh Brother!

 

Dual Pico projectors would be cool.

 

Wow, that bluetooth dongle is AWESOME!

 

Very interesting concept. I wonder if someone would ever try to build it.

 

TS, the rolltop PC looks creative, however, I don't see too many people buying it like they do with netbooks. But you never know until it's built.

 

I for one loved the virtual full keyboard and then someone on xda said a company makes that part already available for consumers now...forget the name though...

 

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I for one loved the virtual full keyboard and then someone on xda said a company makes that part already available for consumers now...forget the name though...

 

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That would be so awesome to have! I love the idea for the virtual keyboard. My question is: Is it accurate and how does it sense what keys you mean to touch?

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That would be so awesome to have! I love the idea for the virtual keyboard. My question is: Is it accurate and how does it sense what keys you mean to touch?

 

does it really matter?

 

how many other people could say they have a laser keyboard?.....nuff said. lol

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