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    sad day...no announcements
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    Quote Originally Posted by callen10 View Post
    I got excited about that too. but it could simply mean that it scales seamlessly to a printer screen or a tablet, which we already know about. I would love a slab style phone, or a epic design.
    Actually that has been a selling point since the dawn of webOS, and re-iterated with the launch of the Pixi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by omniwolf1 View Post
    Actually its been scientifically proven that the sweet spot for a phone screen is 3.768547" approximately.
    I recently calculated this out to the thousandth decimal place. Your number is an approximation, a good one, but certainly not the most accurate statement about the perfect screen size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Traxion View Post
    Well it seems in 2015 (slide 10) Sprint still has the same ole' Pre :sadface:
    Doh you beat me to it. The other pics were a Plus model, did I miss the button in that one? Yep, sure did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grabber5.0 View Post
    Doh you beat me to it. The other pics were a Plus model, did I miss the button in that one? Yep, sure did.
    "I will go in this way, but I'll find my own way out." -DMB

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    Please grant me the ability to punch people in the face over standard TCP/IP.
    Amen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by omniwolf1 View Post
    Actually its been scientifically proven that the sweet spot for a phone screen is 3.768547" approximately.
    Quote Originally Posted by HenryAlan View Post
    I recently calculated this out to the thousandth decimal place. Your number is an approximation, a good one, but certainly not the most accurate statement about the perfect screen size.
    That was my opinion, guys, not anything other than that...
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