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  1. #21  
    Palm Needs A WebOs Device with Great am i mean GREAT hardware..i love me some WebOs but HAtE The hardware...
    My HTC Evo Is Great...
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    I will be switching to the N1 for sure. I'm tired of the horrible build of the pre and the not so smooth OS after 1.4.
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    Be careful with buying Google Android phones. Google charges something like a $150 early termination fee. That is on top of the ETF carrier fee.
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    My next phone will be an Android phone. However, I would prefer for my next purchase to be a 4G phone.
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    Bring on the HTC Supersonic!!
    Palm III -> Handspring Visor Deluxe -> Dell Axim X5 Advanced -> Dell Axim X3i -> Dell Axim X50v -> Cingular 8125 -> Sprint Palm Treo 700Wx -> ->Palm Treo 700P (my wife's but I played with it ) -> Sprint Mogul -> Treo 800w -> Touch Pro & Treo Pro.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barrysanders20 View Post
    My next phone will be an Android phone. However, I would prefer for my next purchase to be a 4G phone.
    Yeah for me I'm not going to update from my Pre until there is a 4G WebOS phone. I would try an Anrdoid phone, but I would rather use a WebOS device instead. I just hope the 4G phones start coming out soon.

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  7. #27  
    I figure that 4G won't be in Connecticut in the next year, so that's not a compelling feature yet. If I jump to Android, the Nexus One looks like it's a bit more reasonable in size than the Supersonic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bujin View Post
    I figure that 4G won't be in Connecticut in the next year, so that's not a compelling feature yet. If I jump to Android, the Nexus One looks like it's a bit more reasonable in size than the Supersonic.

    What's so crazy about the Nexus, is the 1Gz processor! I remember the Laptop I had back in high school, where it was a 100Mhz processor. So it's crazy how powerful these new Smart-Deveices are! When I was a little kid playing games on my Commodore 64; I never imagined that people would carry around computers with spec's that didn't even seem possible.

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  9. #29  
    Lol. Comodore 64, my brother had one of those. Oh, the memorise. Lol
  10. #30  
    Quote Originally Posted by addiarmadar View Post
    I second this motion. If your already angling for HTC droid, wait a little bit longer to get a 4g version.

    Im praying for Palm to have a counter for this then too.
    +1
  11. #31  
    Palm definitely needs new hardware asap.
  12. #32  
    funny people still complain about not only the hardware but the OS. Remember its only a year old not even im sorry. I wounder if anyone had the first Iphone, or the G1 now the OS's for those first Gen phones where poopie I mean madd choppy. Funny though I used the Nexus one and its choppy too, and besides rendering a web page a hair quicker the device and the OS is ****. So me if Palm dosent have a new phone out this year and I have to upgrade I'll go either winodows 7 or (which most people have no clue about yet but they will) the QderoPateo Uidoo the future in technology with former CEO from none other then SPRINT.
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    i am just curious... for those who are first day palm release users , june 09 i believe... you'll be eligible for an upgrade ( i'll be elgible in august). I guess for sprint users, the question i am asking is, are you eligible for the upgrade after one year which is i think some $ off a new phone, or is there something going on where u can opt out after one yr?
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