Samsung’s new venture. There has been plenty rumors on a flexible LED display from both Samsung and LG. Finally we have photos of the first to be produced.
My first impression with the “round” device is that’s it’s not what I expected. I know they are mock ups, but I was looking forward to the flexible LED stretching past the front of the display. Making all buttons, besides the power, a software button. There may be many problems if software buttons malfunction, but it’s worth a shot! Once you get past that aspect of the flexible display, the Galaxy Round doesn’t look that bad. There are many mobile tech analyst that love the Moto X because of the ergonomic, curved, back of the device. It may be a device that many mobile tech analyst over look or miss judge because of the curved form factor.
I can’t wait to get my hands on it.
When I thought I was sure that I wanted the Samsung Galaxy S 3, this comes out… I really like the black EVO LTE but this just looks slick. Some people may not like white phones but I think they look nice and clean! I’m still waiting on what the next iPhone will look like even though it still may not compare to the Android’s software capabilities.
The issue will be titled “The Fragile Brilliance of Josh Hamilton”. It will most likely talk about his rise and fall, along with his continued struggles with alcohol and drug abuse. This is much anticipated for me because I am interested in seeing what other insight comes that wasn’t in his book, Beyond
From working at a electronic retail store, I hear about all the new smartphones coming out. Since I have started working I have never heard as much buzz as I am hearing for this LTE phone. Many people who aren’t iphone people probably owned or wanted the original Evo 4G when it first came out. It was one of the best selling devices because it launched Sprint’s WiMax 4G towers. This will be much of the same for this Evo LTE. Even thought the Samsung Nexus is supposed to be the top phone on the Sprint’s LTE launch, it has become just a mere phone compared to this Evo.
Here are some of the specs:
4.7 inch 720p Super LCD 2 screen
dual-core 1.5GHz krait processor
2000 mAh non-removable battery
16GB of internal memory which can be bumped up using the microSD slot
8MP camera is on back with a 1.3MP front-facing shooter
Android 4.0 is installed out of the box along with Sense 4.0
Beats Audio integrated
There are a couple of things that set this phone aside from the AT&T’s variant (One X). First of all, the Evo brought back the kick stand. Great feature because I use my kickstand on my original Evo 4G almost daily. Then the battery, with the Evo 4G LTE it comes with a 2000 mAh battery where the One X has a 1830 mAh battery. Finally the network, althought Sprint’s not the best for having nationwide 4G service it is still the only UMLIMITED data. No limits, no throttling. Unlimited.
This is the day where we can forget about the past years so-close-yet-so-far moment! This is the day that we look forward to what is yet to come. This is the day where we lose our social lives and admit to our wives that their shows will have to wait if there is a Rangers game on! Where we forget about the players we lost and get excited about the players we gained!
This is our year, this is our time.
The third time is the charm.
Anyways, enough with the sappy inspirational talk. This is the opening day lineup.
C. Lewis (SP)
The new HTC Evo 4G LTE. Need I say more? I guess my only concern, being a existing Evo 4G owner, the battery and internal storage. That is what plagues the original, hopefully that does continue with this LTE model… I have been more than pleased with my phone and this is the only phone that I haven’t had to get multiple replacements for. Another issue is with Sprints 4G network. It’s sucks. I would think that their LTE won’t have the same problems. So far, it is another option for my next mobile device.
Right now my options are the iPhone 5, if it has LTE. The Galaxy Nexus and now this one.