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I don't think that network speeds beyond 14.4 are a ceiling T-Mobile users will hit frequently. While pulling down data at higher speeds is a good thing, despite the "more speed" marketing hype, current phones can't take advantage of HSPA+ due to bottlenecks within today's mobile hardware.QuoteI have no doubt that 512MB DDR2 is above and beyond what is necessary now. I still worry about whether or not that becomes a bottleneck 12-15 months from now, but it very well may still be adequate.
Mobile hardware ages the fastest compared to all other consumer electronics. While we try to "future-proof" with our careful device selection, I doubt that we can make a purchase that will remain relevant for the duration of a 24 month contract in a market where 6 months qualifies devices as old. The good thing about the G2X is that it's a top dog upon it's arrival, not bested by existing phones, like I see some recently released phones that sport single core CPU's and specs on par or below the G2X. It may not be able to "withstand" time but at least it's will be the best phone on the network when it's launched.
As for 512MB being enough or not, it's been heavily debated before. While it will become an issue down the road, I don't think that single spec is a reason to avoid the phone. And for those who already have phones with 512 MB RAM, I don't think upgrading to a phone with the same amount of RAM makes sense.
I agree with J-Hop on many things, we both seem to be waiting for next gen phones. However, I can't really tell people who are still using G1's to wait any longer. At some point, one "has" to buy a new smartphone and depending how their current phones perform, the time may be now. I still maintain that the evolution doesn't occur evenly over time and I am waiting for the next leap in performance that should coincide with my current contract expiration.
That's a bummer. Any idea why T-Mobile isn't making their best new phones with their new fastest internet?
They are, it's called the Sidekick 4G with 21 Mbps.....
G2x will be 14.4, as well as pyramid.
Does the G2X/Optimus 2x have a trackpad of any sort? That is, is there any way to select text and/or navigate in text (for example) other than dragging your finger on the screen?
A few weeks ago there was a leak-post (on the TmoNews blog) referring to an upcoming (possible) HTC "myTouch4G Slide" -- slide meaning hw keyboard -- with dual-core processor, etc. That might be what I'd really like to see.
Besides the problematic lack-of-LED-notification on the G2X, I'd want to compare other features.
If T-Mobile got the Droid in GSM/HSPA+ flavor I might get it. The Verizon Droid looks very nice. But, I wonder how long is there exclusive.
On my family's family plan we have the following area codes: 760, 707, 650, and 310. I have had reps in the past tell me this is "impossible" but the latest line, 650, was added last Feb. I'm not sure if the policy has changed recently. Still, as jimbo831 says, you can only get the phone subbed for $180 with an individual plan.
I notice a huge difference if I have the brightness all the way down or on the middle one. If its all the way up, it seems to drain quite a bit faster.
No mine is not engraved. So I get a replacement first?
They should focus on freeing up memory lol. I know google will do it but still 1ghz is fine.