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Old August 7th, 2013, 11:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Well, I'm quite excited, I just convinced my bride that we need this phone. It's going to be nice having a shiny new phone that's more up to date than anything I've ever had before.

I don't need a big phone, that's what my tablet is for. The 4.3 inch size is great for what I need and having the full specs from the DROID Ultra (minus the battery size and some small things) will be awesome.

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I do wish there were more phones of this size on the market. We seem to get a couple each year, but they're always neutered versions of their sister phone.
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I do wish there were more phones of this size on the market. We seem to get a couple each year, but they're always neutered versions of their sister phone.
Yeah, I noticed that, too. While there are a lot of arguments about whether the DROID phones are mid-range specs or not, I care little. It looks like it can perform with the big boys, and like you said, it's not neutered.
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