This phone way better then i phone 4, and all other phones. no more (iphone)I Touch only MY Touch.
The posted width appears to be incorrect. 2.44" = 62mm.
Billy, 13 Oct 2010Nope, I'm currently not in the states right now and I can't get that much info where I'm at pr... moreThe irony is that they've had video calling outside the US for years. And years. The US carriers always just disabled that functionality.
5k1tz0, 13 Oct 2010You clearly have never heard of the EVO nor the EPIC 4G phones have you? Nope, I'm currently not in the states right now and I can't get that much info where I'm at presently! So, I'm assuming the EVO can do the video calling, NICE!
This mobile phone will truly be revolutionary! First video calling phone where it doesn't have to be thru wifi! That's a huge deal here in the states! Job well done! I can't wait for it to launch!
Looks amazing & unlike the rival networks this one encloses multiple video chat options thru 3G connectivity and real time TV 24/7. It's a no brainier this device employs the highest technology to date. Thx
Here's more info about MSM8255 as well:
Andrew, 04 Oct 2010Dimensions from T-mobile site: Size: 2.4 x 4.8 x 0.4 inches Weight: 5 ouncesSource: http://www.t-mobile.com/shop/p...uch%99+-+New
Dimensions from T-mobile site:
Size: 2.4 x 4.8 x 0.4 inches
Weight: 5 ounces
It is strange that they call this "dual-process" instead of "dual-core". Qualcomm has 3 models that possibly uses 1GHz clock:
QSD8x50 - this would blow. Its the current generation Snapdragon that blows in GPU performance.
MSM8x55 - this one is rated at 1GHz but it looks to be a 1GHz version of MSM7x30 (found in HTC G2), which means its a single core.
MSM8x60 - this is a 3rd gen Snapdragon. It is a dual-core and it does run up to 1.2GHz. But I feel this one is not market-ready yet.
Lets hope for the sake of us, it is MSM8x60. Based on what's written here, it would be pretty good. :)
But more likely it is MSM8x55 with some marketing ploy as MSM8x60 should not be ready for the market yet. :(