bruhny, 18 Jun 2017Yeah but who really needs more than 4GB I mean come on now let's be real. I don't know, 4 GB is enough for me, but I don't know what this dude do on his phone lol
As a phone (flagship) it is really interesting, etc. But as availability yes it is really limited, unfortunately.
I wished these exclusivity deals were timed.
Like exclusive to Telus... for 4 months.
That gives Telus lots of marketing and breathing room to flounder about.
But allows people to get their hands on one in a somewhat reasonable amount of time.
If it was 6 months time, that's not too good, as the successor may be out soon.
Though it would be neat for people to just buy the unlocked version upfront from the OEM's directly/online... and just get more affordable carrier service.
Anonymous, 16 Jun 2017my current phone runs on an 1GB of Ram, no issue so far for normal phone usage (inclusive of s... moreWho told you he does the same things as you on his phone? You just a basic user lol.
Again an Anonymous which won't get notifications when we reply to his comment, bye Felicia.
Tondern, 15 Jun 2017Not interested. Keep your weird camera cutout and your measly 4 gigabytes of RAM to yourselves.my current phone runs on an 1GB of Ram, no issue so far for normal phone usage (inclusive of social media)... not sure what you're complaining about...
At least cell phone unlocking is going to be free by December 1st anyway: http://www.cbc.ca/news/busines...ne-1.4161711
SohailSays, 15 Jun 2017I am an Indian and I have heard that Telus holds the number 1 position in network department i... moreCanada is an oligopoly of Bell, Telus and Rogers. Rogers is probably the number one player in Canada
Wish it were international :(, would love to get one (green colour).
Such an excellent smartphone, its got the coolest design i have seen so far and definetly has an awesome material combination (glass + ceramic + titanium). Sadly the lack of an IP67-68 rating is truly detrimental :/.
I suppose the Pixel 2/Pixel 2 XL are still coming out... and the OnePlus 5 that is.
I am an Indian and I have heard that Telus holds the number 1 position in network department in Canada.
Is it true? If yes, how good it is?
Not interested. Keep your weird camera cutout and your measly 4 gigabytes of RAM to yourselves.
Carrier exclusivity spoils the sales of the phone. When will manufacturers understand this