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Did you just say, "I have an iPhone 4 in my pocket?" Lol.
2 years, 1 month ago on LG Intuition Review: A True Competitor To The Note?
All I can say is that I am really pissed!!!!!!!!! This is one hot freaking device!!! Kind of makes me regret preordering the Galaxy Note II.
2 years, 1 month ago on Following AT&T, LG Optimus G Launching On Sprint November 11th
Worst thing that happened to me actually happened to me last week. I went to Wal-Mart to shop for groceries after I got off from my 8-hour shift at work; spent most of my work shift on my phone (hehe). But anyway, after checking out my groceries I needed to call the cab so that I could get home. When I got my phone out to call the cab service I noticed that I only had 1% battery power left. It was so bright outside that I couldn't see the screen ( I own the S3 and had the battery saver on so the screen was dimmed) so I had to try my best to find the number on the yellow pages app. After a minute or so, I found the number and dialed it and as the phone was ringing it suddenly stopped. So, I looked at my screen and noticed that my phone shut down and that I needed to buy a new battery. So I went back inside Wal-Mart and bought a charger and went to the restroom to charge my phone and was able to call them a little bit after. Since then, I take my charger to work or class with me everyday to keep my phone charged. Never hope that happens again because that was a horrible experience.
2 years, 1 month ago on (Update: Time's Up) Contest: Win A myCharge Battery Backup Unit And Never Worry About Low Battery Again
That is actually not a bad device at all. I've never been a fan of LG, but this phone may change my opinion about them. If I didn't already preordered the Galaxy Note II, I would of probably waited for this phone.
2 years, 1 month ago on LG Optimus G Hitting AT&T And Sprint In The US
@schneider007 I definitely agree with you. 32 GB should start being the default memory option for an high-end device. 16 GB shouldn't even be an option anymore, at least considering, as you stated, only about 13 GB is actually available for you to use after the OS and other programs are preinstalled. I had to buy the 32 GB S3 because there's no way the 16 GB would settle for me.
2 years, 2 months ago on New User Agent Profile Hints At Galaxy Nexus Successor
@schneider007 I'm sure it will have the quad core processor, but doubt it will have the expandable memory; as Google themselves doesn't favor it. But they should at least give it 32 GB internal memory and also over a 64 GB version. Cloud services are great, but I prefer not to have cloud storage.
@HansKwazneski Yes, I do agree with that.
You got me there! Lol. I love Motorola phone because of their quality phones and sexy hardware. My very first Android phone was the original Motorola Droid. Loved it so much. If I wasn't the type of person who always wanted a phone with the best specs, I would still own that phone. Haha. But with me being locked to Sprint, I'm not a fan of the Motorola Photon Q, so I ended up with the S3. I just wish that Moto would stop releasing their best phones only for Verizon.
@HansKwazneski True, but there are reasons to why Motorola won't be releasing the next Nexus device. Reason being that with Google's purchase of Motorola, which I am sure you know the details of that Google's statement about keeping Moto and Google separate. Plus, with Google buying Motorola, it wouldn't be surprising that most people would assume that Motorola will be releasing the next Nexus phone. Another reason being that Samsung has released the past two Nexus devices, so it would be likely for Samsung to release the next one. However, there have been rumors that there will be more than one nexus device released this year so Moto could be releasing a Nexus phone as well. I'm not ruling anything out, just stating what would be the most likely to happen.
@HansKwazneski It's pretty clear that it's Samsung.
I can somewhat understand the reason why Acer would want to move towards having their own OS. However, Acer has a few issues with making it's own OS. First, in my opinion, for Acer to have their own OS, they need to stand out more; meaning that they need to gain market share because they are not a top manufacturer (at least in the mobile division) by any means and not a whole lot of people are going to leave Android to jump into a new OS, at least if it's by Acer. Second, if Acer wants to move away from Android, do it the right way and don't take anything from Android with you. And it doesn't even make sense for Acer to even take apps and other things from Android if they are trying to move away from it anyway.
2 years, 2 months ago on Andy Rubin Releases Second Statement Regarding Acer's Aliyun Platform
@jbakes6996 @nemichoco Quad-core CPU? Yea right. GPU? Maybe.
2 years, 2 months ago on iPhone 5 leaks appear to show A6 processor