1. smirkis's Avatar
    these prices are on point. lack of LTE gets explained very well in the interview on theverge. the market is just not ready WORLDWIDE for a lte phone. adding lte would bump the price point and be in the 4-600 dollar range such as the iphone5. it is a smart move currently, and they plan to bring lte when the world is ready for it. the "ecosystem" is just not out there yet. take the galaxy nexus for instance, sprint lte, no lte anywhere really and a dieing battery to deal with because of two cellular antennas inside. its just not economical. when LTE is ready, there will be a lte nexus
    1.1.1>1.1.2>1.1.4>2.0>2.1>2.2>3.1>3.1.2 blackra1n'd

    waitin on my white iphone 4
    2012-10-30 05:15 PM
  2. Simon's Avatar
    No LTE is fine with me. We don't have LTE here and when I travel having the option to use t-mobile or ATT for HSPA+ is a bonus.
    2012-10-30 05:33 PM
  3. Tperry's Avatar
    Where are all the android fanboys complaining about the lack of LTE?
    Same place all the apple fanbois are that are defending the iPhone 5's inability to do SVDO while most modern Android devices on CDMAnetworks can.
    Not a waterboy for Android OR Apple.
    2012-10-30 10:41 PM
  4. decoy88's Avatar
    Always found it strange that its Google and not Apple that gave their mobile OS interesting names (Jelly Bean Ice Cream Sandwich, etc), While Apple just has iOS 3, 4, 5. pretty lame. Especially as their Mac counterparts have cool names (Mountain Lion, etc)

    Haven't heard anyone mention flash in a while...
    People never mention flash especially on iOS fanboy forums like this. I believe its still very much an issue.
    Last edited by decoy88; 2012-11-01 at 06:09 AM.
    2012-11-01 06:06 AM
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