Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Shamil, Jul 31, 2010.
What do you think of it?
Personally, I am loving it. The Retina Display is simply awesome!
I want a phone that I can actually touch without losing reception...
No but in all seriousness, I would love to have an iPhone 4, it's gorgeous. Unfortunately I have Verizon for the next year or so... (Motorola Droid.)
It is supposed to be out, but with only the option to feel super special they let you pre-order and 5 million people jumping on the page flooding it with multiple requests, it's simply a 8 to 12 week wait period. And they start 'today'. So, no iPhone 4 here for quite a while. I am not going to pay 170 euro and 25 administration fee, when I can't use the product for say up to 12 weeks.
I just purchased the HTC Evo from Sprint. I did visit the Apple store to look at the new iPhone 4. It is by far the best looking phone on the market for sure. I am enjoying the larger screen the Evo offers.
I wanted to get the HTC Desire but TMobile was the only carrier (That I know of).
I'll probably wait until next winter, when my job replaces my phone and get one of the newer HTC's, hopefully with a more feature-rich Android OS.
Sprint Network :|. My phone currently is a blackberry and goes up for a two year renewal in November so i don't know what i plan to get
On the Google Nexus One
I do, mostly due to work. I've been lucky, from what it seems, since I haven't really had any reception problems with it. That said, I also have an HTC Evo and find myself using it far more than the iPhone.
No because of:
Someone being stubborn about what people need and don't need.
These threads popping up everywhere.
I have one. I'm waiting for Carphone Warehouse to get its act together and announce its policy on iPhone 4 returns, as the dropped call / dropped data antenna issue affects me badly.
Yes, the retina display is awesome and I'd love to keep it - but a precursor to my keeping it would be proper operation as a phone, and on that it fails massively.
i reviewed one in the early days of its release and the antenna issue is completely true. few weeks later i played with the iphone of a friend that he bought recently and there was no antenna issue!
do you think apple did something to it, like producing a new batch with a fix?
I'll stick with my lovely Nexus One (Android), I believe it's far superior than iOS4.
I have a 3GS which has been awesome so far. I'll probably get the iphone 5 when it comes out next year.
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