True, but the 810/820/822 are mid-tier phones, so one can't expect them to have the best of everything. Thing is, they have the same screen as last year's (or rather, earlier this year's) top device, and that's fine by me. It could have been worse and they could have slapped on the 710's WVGA screen. ;)
Originally Posted by cgk
Or it could be that being on T-Mobile, I'm used to them not typically carrying top-tiered devices and go, "Eh..." when T-Mo misses the high end phones. :D Don't get me wrong, cause I would love to have the 920. But if my carrier doesn't have it, there's not a whole lot I can do about it. And rather than spend $600-$700 for the off contract version, I'd rather use the money on something else, like the Surface Pro! :)
Hrm...does this mean the 810 will be left with only 2GB of onboard memory? That's not a lot of space for apps. And last I checked, apps can't be installed on the microSD card. Or can they?
Originally Posted by aubreyq