My main consideration was n gd android which can also run 2 days plus big screen.. So got a defy @great price ., pretty satissfied ;)
Competition on chipset speed is lame:
by the time i buy my next phone the next faster chipset is around the corner, like notebook world. so if you really care such thing, you can never buy or always frustrated with what you have. so when i select my phone, and i just need to think how much processing power i really need, instead of "more is better". Then maybe older model is enough, and probably I can shop for better price, instead of shopping for frustration like other people in this forum.
Friday I will get this baby in my hands!
T-Mobile is selling them in my country, the Netherlands.
U get it for €9,95 with a i-150 for 2 years and it costs €59,95 in combination with a 1 year Relax 450 + Internet Plus contract.
(Sadly, though, all the games featured so far are paid) stop being a bias. some of the apps are already paid apps so what differs in Nvidia Tegra Zone. Also . tons of ios apps are paid and we you didn't once said that with ( sadly ). Bias never change
I wonder why there isn't a OS Flame War going on in here like it is in EVERY Nokia related article?
Anyway on topic, This is a really nice phone. I'm more anticipating the Optimus 3D though. Still, the 2X is a very nice device.
The future does seem to be written, with blisteringly fast processers on smartphones. It could be a case of fitting a V8 engine into a Mini, but the future-proofing of mobiles does seem to be a concern for Android phones manufacturers. The Megapixel race is over. This is the new race.
b, 01 Mar 2011wheres htc with dual core? disappointed or what?very disapointed with you! But will help you. Go to htc web page and post this comment there. Because only them can answer you question.
HTC cares for good phone with good custom support, they don't simple launch phones with incredible powerfull CPU and abandoned their costumes after that like Samsung and LG.