soso, 04 Apr 2012no ennovation now for android..i think my note will be my last android..wait for new nokia..I doubt you own a Note, you sound like one of those sour Nokia fanatics that lambast the OS at any given chance on your safe haven site. Aside from Pureview technology and a few patents that haven't been realised, I have YET to see what innovations Nokia has made so far in the present for future use that has yet to materialise for the CURRENT generation of OS, never mind the fact that Belle and IOS have shamefully taken some ideas from Google. Why don't you look up Google Glasses, an original idea that will most likely bear fruition and make it to production unlike the many broken promises from your beloved company
Just waiting for that Note to hit Sprint. Once that happens, it's Bye Bye T-Mobile
its still a 4" NOVA-IPS display. this is essentially the new LG Lucid from verizon except running stock android 2.3 instead of LG's UI
Common Sense, 04 Apr 2012Wow seriously I think people have lost sight of common sense. This phone is not meant to be a ... moreEdit* Sorry screen is not super amoLED, but still a budget friendly phone.
Wow seriously I think people have lost sight of common sense. This phone is not meant to be a high-end premium type of device, its just a mid-range budget friendly LTE device from sprint period and for the price with the specs there is absolutely nothing wrong with it. Dual core, super-amoled, LTE I think its a great start for sprint.
it looks like htc sensation + iphone 4 no innovation nowdays every phone looks the same. Hah.
Sprint is going LTE? What of their fantastic WiMax (sic.)? Will they have handsets with 4 different radios or are they cutting some of them out?
no ennovation now for android..i think my note will be my last android..wait for new nokia..