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    Even more low end than the 610? If price accordingly it could be a contender against the Galaxy Ace/Young.
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       #3  
    Quote Originally Posted by Winterfang View Post
    Even more low end than the 610? If price accordingly it could be a contender against the Galaxy Ace/Young.
    That could be the plan...you never know...
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    That should be, Samsung has that low end market locked. Damn Samsung leave something for the rest.
    Last edited by Winterfang; 09-21-2012 at 11:16 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winterfang View Post
    That should be, Samsung has that low end market locked. Damn Samsungeave something for the rest.
    I know..they have a phone in EVERY category. Every. That they all look the same is another story.
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    I am surprised to see this. I thought they were pushing the Asha in Asia as a low end phone.
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    The Asha is a temporary solution until it gets cheap enough to pump out WP7.x devices out to these markets.

    This also means that 7.x will continue to get app support for a good while because the size and potential revenue from emerging markets is huge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by palandri View Post
    I am surprised to see this. I thought they were pushing the Asha in Asia as a low end phone.
    Maybe Nokia is finally going to focus on Windows Phone for real. Did Windows Phone 7.5 really not caught up with the Asha in terms of features?
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    Surfaces? Its a picture and spec sheet.

    I really hate the need to use attention grabbing complete lies to get web site hits. Does the Verge really need that tactic?
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    Quote Originally Posted by power5 View Post
    Surfaces? Its a picture and spec sheet.

    I really hate the need to use attention grabbing complete lies to get web site hits. Does the Verge really need that tactic?
    Another way of saying "leaked"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by power5 View Post
    Surfaces? Its a picture and spec sheet.

    I really hate the need to use attention grabbing complete lies to get web site hits. Does the Verge really need that tactic?
    Maybe it's right.
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    shouldn't this be on the "windows phone 7" board?

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