thats a 4inch screen.... Look at the bottom section of the phone.... ITS HUGE... this is going to be one big phone
so this is this weeks smart phone? i think the one they make next week will be better :P lol
Rofl DScheive good one. There do seem to be a phone a week on Android Winmo units don't they especially the last few months up until now. Some weeks it has been 4-10. I mean discount all the conventions and they are still rolling in anew like molasses slow and steady (as well as sticky especially a few).
coolice that is a good point I would say at least 4.5-5 inches up and down across the front and back thats pretty large especially for a pocket. It is a pretty nice looking smart phone though, and has some nice components minus the T-mobile At&t combination if it goes through. I don't know my brother uses At&t and never has any issues here I will say that for them. The thing with this one and me is this, from what I understand you will most likely have to get a new phone if that deal goes through this year. So buying a top end smart phone and having to upgrade (not by choice but by default to retain service) kind of stinks as far as I am concerned really. It is kind of getting a top end phone on Metro PCs which I just checked on. Not only is the phone smaller than 4-4.3 inches which I consider to be the default for an Android smart phone now, but the display is not as good as the other phones, and it is $499.00.
yeah, this looks a little to big for my taste. Nice specs though and it's cool that it comes preloaded with a game. But I'm staying far away from t-mobile if they are going to have any kind of ties with at&t!
Now you're just mashing it!
This phone definitely has some attractive specs, though the extra bulk at the bottom takes away from the phone's beauty. Wonder why there's the extra bulk?
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