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It's such a huge disappointment. My wish list for my next phone was 1G RAM, dual-core tegra, and a big screen. I was all set on the X2, and then Verizon announced 4G to my area this year. Now I'll end up with the Bionic with half the RAM instead to get 4G speed
- 04-16-2011, 11:30 AM #9
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VZW has really dropped the ball having one phone for its new 4G network. That or HTC paid a ton of money for an exclusive. I really, really want this phone...but the more I read about VZW having its 4G network complete by 2013 the more I can't justify paying $200 for this. If, and I strongly doubt, it is $150 (with my old school $50 off new phone)...then I might really consider it. Thoughts?
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- 05-10-2011, 03:28 PM #19
Well it is having issues and needs roll out slowly. Glad there are still decent 3G phones. I live in a 4G area but not ready for the plunge yet.
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
- 05-18-2011, 04:47 PM #20
If you plan on sticking with Verizon? You might want to lock yourself into an unlimited 4G plan and be grand fathered in(ala AT&T) when the tiered plans take affect...
And speaking from experience. With 4g you will most likely burn through
Data more than 5 times the amount as 3g.
When I had 3g only? Lucky if I used .5-.7 GB a month.
With 4g I use anywhere from 7-15 GB a month.
It's like going from dial up to broad band.
Last edited by HawaiiD; 05-18-2011 at 04:55 PM.