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legion125 last won the day on March 13 2012

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  1. Here's a rendering of what it may look like if Apple goes with the 4" screen. http://www.bgr.com/2...l-release-date/
  2. Sprint pushing a software update to resolve GNex network problem. http://www.theverge.com/2012/5/1/2991439/sprint-galaxy-nexus-software-update-connectivity-issues
  3. Seems to be a good idea and it could take some of the air from AT&T since they used that as a differentiator for its service.
  4. I think Samsung has LTE support already built in, it was the chip-sets announced earlier in the year that still hadn't got it in before the device wnt to market, thus the EVO LTE geeting the S4. I agree about the quad- core. This chip will allow this device to do alot, but do we need a phone with "PC" like powers? I am looking forward to the multi-tasking feature. Quote: "The...processor is a crucial element in providing our customers with a PC-like experience on mobile devices. Samsung's next Galaxy device, which will be officially announced soon, offers uncompromised performance and ground breaking multi-tasking features." http://news.cnet.com/8301-1001_3-57421616-92/samsung-announces-quad-core-chip-for-galaxy-s-phone/?tag=cnetRiver
  5. RIM is still in third place in the OS market and I'm disappointed that WP hasn't taken off yet. It looked good for a while, but as of now, it's losing momentum. If BBX 10 (QNX) is a moderate hit when it debuts, RIM will have a much easier time keeping its slot than MS and WP 8 still trying to make up ground. After test driving a Playbook, I like BBX more than WP.
  6. Not much info on this, but Sprint has publically commited that the Epic Touch and Nexus S (old news) is going to get the ICS treatment. Quote: "Sprint will begin to roll out Google's latest version of Android™, Ice Cream Sandwich, to our customers in 2012. Ice Cream Sandwich will be available via an over-the-air update to a variety of devices including Galaxy™ S II, Epic™ 4G Touch and Nexus S™ and other key products in our line-up." http://community.spr...stomers-in-2012
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