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  1. aventador779's Avatar
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    I mean look at this. Why do they have 2300mAh listed twice? Realized this ever since the beginning, decided to officially make a thread on it. (Might close it later)

    Last edited by aventador779; 10-23-2012 at 10:59 PM.
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    Probably less important than their other devices that are going to sell more anyway.
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    The correct answer is 4 minutes. 1 minute for every percentage of market share windows phone holds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by independentvolume View Post
    The correct answer is 4 minutes. 1 minute for every percentage of market share windows phone holds.
    That doesn't make much sense.

    Every % WP does not hold today is a % Samsung could claim tomorrow, if they try harder.

    Personally I think Samsung is not interested in WP, but is interested in W8RT and W8Pro devices. Maybe they needed WP8 product too, to get some special-gold-partner treatment from MS..?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nikon133 View Post
    That doesn't make much sense.

    Every % WP does not hold today is a % Samsung could claim tomorrow, if they try harder.

    Personally I think Samsung is not interested in WP, but is interested in W8RT and W8Pro devices. Maybe they needed WP8 product too, to get some special-gold-partner treatment from MS..?
    Nikon>Canon?
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    Because the battery is that big.
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    It's freaking 2300mAh! I mean, sure, it's not 3300mAh-big like the Droid Razr Maxx, but it is still so big!
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    Samsung didn't put that much thought on that 2% marketplace of Windows Phone. Still the best Windows Phone probably.

    I do have one question. Where is the phone going to launch? it seems none of the carriers have it.
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    ATT will have it without much doubt.
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    Its Samsung..what do u expect..

    Sent from my RaZr 4X HD...
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    Why are they using mail icons as bullets?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winterfang View Post
    Samsung didn't put that much thought on that 2% marketplace of Windows Phone. Still the best Windows Phone probably.

    I do have one question. Where is the phone going to launch? it seems none of the carriers have it.
    Really, really hope on Verizon. If it doesn't launch then Microsoft fails and I'm probably just going to stick with Android. Shame on Nokia and Microsoft both. :mad:

    Really wanted the 9XX.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winterfang View Post
    I do have one question. Where is the phone going to launch? it seems none of the carriers have it.
    T-Mobile is the safe bet. AT&T has already announced their line up, Verizon is doing training on theirs. I believe there were rumors earlier about the ATIV S having T-Mobile's bands.
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    I hope its on ATT as well. I was looking forward to going to a store, looking at the 920, HTC, Ativ and S3 and deciding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AngryNil View Post
    Why are they using mail icons as bullets?
    nice catch... lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by AngryNil View Post
    Why are they using mail icons as bullets?
    Now you know how much thought they must have put into the device...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winterfang View Post
    I do have one question. Where is the phone going to launch? it seems none of the carriers have it.
    Nobody has said anything about it in the US. ATT already announced their full WP8 lineup and the Ativ was not mentioned. The leaked document from Verizon doesn't list it either. T Mobile maybe...
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    Quote Originally Posted by aventador779 View Post
    Really, really hope on Verizon. If it doesn't launch then Microsoft fails and I'm probably just going to stick with Android. Shame on Nokia and Microsoft both. :mad:

    Really wanted the 9XX.
    Why are you "shaming" Nokia and MSFT for a Samsung move?
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    Looks like Winterfang is going to lose that bet about Ativ dales versus Lumia sales
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    Quote Originally Posted by independentvolume View Post
    The correct answer is 4 minutes. 1 minute for every percentage of market share windows phone holds.
    Fail
    Nokia Lumia 1020/Blu Studio 5.0 LTE owner here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winning Guy View Post
    Looks like Winterfang is going to lose that bet about Ativ dales versus Lumia sales
    Impossible as it was an HTC vs Nokia one. But if there's a Samsung one that I forgot and the device is T-mobile exclusive then yeah, it's probably lost XD.
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    If the ATIVs hits US T-MO it would be the my second pick of WP8 devices, so that one I would buy in the coming weeks. But as of right now until T-MO or Samsung say it. the current T-MO WP8 line-up is the HTC 8x and the Nokia L810.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chevans920 View Post
    Why are you "shaming" Nokia and MSFT for a Samsung move?
    What I originally meant was that I wanted the 920 variant for Verizon. Apperently it really looks like it isn't coming. That is why I'm blaming Nokia. Now Since the Lumia isn't coming, I'm hoping the ATIV S is coming. But if that isn't coming either, then I blame Microsoft also because of the poor devices they have sent to VZW. You can't make an ecosystem grow on the largest carrier when you overprice a mid-model device at $199. (Yes I'm talking about the 8X. There isn't really anything special about it. Especially only 16GB of storage and no expandable.)

    I'm staying with Android. THAT is why Microsoft fails.
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    So Microsoft fails because you didn't come aboard. Gotcha
    Nokia Lumia 1020/Blu Studio 5.0 LTE owner here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cckgz4 View Post
    So Microsoft fails because you didn't come aboard. Gotcha
    I've got to agree with this.

    Verizon subscribers know the deal when they sign up... high bills, coverage everywhere, and yesterday's devices tomorrow. You don't go to VZW if you want the best devices out there. A choice to stay with Verizon is a choice to settle for tier-two devices.

    Sorry, it's just the way it is.
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