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Interesting... LOL :busted:  I caught the "AT&T 4G" on the phone at 1:50-1:53   :whisper:  

 

ROFLMAO!!!  On an official Sprint video.  Oops.

 

Robert

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nice, I wasn't sure how to do that.

I stopped the video where people said and took a screen shot of it and cropped it and then saved it and then attached it and this way other folks on here can understand and see what it is.

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Ha! I didn't notice it... man.. what were they thinking. It's file footage I assume, but didn't someone check to make sure those are sprint devices at least. :P

I always notice things like that on TV shows ... They use incredibly fake-looking screens on phones to show texts or calls, etc.

 

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