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Old September 24th, 2012, 11:03 AM   #1051 (permalink)
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I was reading through this Phandroid blog:
New Nexus device to be based on HTC Droid Incredible X [RUMOR]

And it brought up the old article back in May about the 5 Nexii devices
[Breaking] Google to release 5 Nexus devices on November 5th to celebrate Android’s 5th birthday | TalkAndroid.com

Didn't realize that a date was targeted! This makes it very interesting. Although, I'm assuming all the phones that Google will be selling through the Play Store will be unlocked GSM phones, it still makes me intrigued if they'll also make US Carrier specific versions available at that time also.

That would fall somewhat in line with the Optimus G (Eclipse) being brought to the US as one of the Nexus phones because of the timeline. Also, considering ATT's version passed through the FCC with the same specs (minus the different radios), it really makes me wonder if this rumor was pretty accurate.

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Unless HTC figured out a way to make their stylus much better than it was for the Flyer, a Phablet from them wouldn't really interest me much, even if it is a Nexus device. I have always loved HTC's designs and build quality, but the LTEvo is the only device that really has intrigued me the most of all their released devices.

Ultimately, I think the S-Pen is the biggest seller for me, when it comes to Phablets. That probably has a lot to do with my past phones having a stylus integrated, but the S-Pen goes beyond what I had imagined for a phone stylus.
Yeah I understand what your saying. For me, I always dreamed of a Nexus phablet and this may be it. This will definitely be on my list for next phones to get.
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By the way, Note 2 already rooted according to briefmobile.
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Had to share with my fellow Sprint peeps. So, I was reading this recent write-up on the Optimus G:

LG Optimus G Hands-On Part 1: The Hardware and Display - Reviews - RootzWiki - RootzNews - RootzWiki

LG Optimus G Hands-On Part 2: The User Experience - Reviews - RootzWiki - RootzNews - RootzWiki

While reading that blog, it also mentioned an awesome app that I wasn't aware of. How awesome? Well, for those of you that hadn't upgraded to the SGS 3, but were admiring the SGS 3's capability for pop-up video play...this app is for you. I put it on my Photon. Works awesome with the videos I have loaded up on my sd card.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=gpc.myweb.hinet.net.PopupVideo#?t=W251b GwsMSwxLDIxMiwiZ3BjLm15d2ViLmhpbmV0Lm5ldC5Qb3B1cFZ pZGVvIl0

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MoBo player also has pop out play. Been using it for a while. Tried Super player when I first came across it but got rid of it cause at that time it was missing a simple feature--the ability to close the damn player once its been popped out.

I tried to like it but it wasn't worth the aggravation.
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MoBo player also has pop out play. Been using it for a while. Tried Super player when I first came across it but got rid of it cause at that time it was missing a simple feature--the ability to close the damn player once its been popped out.

I tried to like it but it wasn't worth the aggravation.
I must have completely missed that. Does Mobo support playing youtube links also? That's the only reason I'd keep Super player, if Mobo supports popup play.

-EDIT (ADDED)- Okay, so I just tried Mobo's pop-up. It's not quite as good as Super player's because it doesn't have click, hold and drag to re-size. I also like the fact that Super supports playing youtube links. I've really enjoyed Mobo player for as long as I've used it, just because it supported almost every video file that I have on my phone, but I may switch permanently if I can get Super to play the files that Mobo seems to play without issues.

Okay, both players seem to have their limitations. Super doesn't soft decode all files as good as Mobo. This all becomes a moot point with the Note 2, unless the Note 2 player doesn't support youtube links or soft decode all video formats.
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I teared up a bit when I read that article. I hope it comes to fruition.
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I hope it comes true too. That phone is definitely on my list. Looking forward to see what else is coming.
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I teared up a bit when I read that article. I hope it comes to fruition.
I'm just wondering if Sprint will actually offer all of the "rumored" nexus devices.
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Ok, the lack of activity on the optimus g and eclipse forums is making me lean towards the note 2 even more. Haven't completely ruled it out, but the note 2 forums seem like they'll be so much more active and that's definitely something I missed after leaving the evo.
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The LG will definitely get a look from me, but I got really happy when I saw the HTC nexus rumor. I always want HTC to be my nexus device and this might be it.
 
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Here's another rumor for the LG Nexus...

http://www.phonearena.com/news/Rumor-confirms-4.7-LG-Nexus-is-on-the-way_id34892
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The LG will definitely get a look from me, but I got really happy when I saw the HTC nexus rumor. I always want HTC to be my nexus device and this might be it.
I too would love an HTC Nexus, but I'm not sold on phablets. I'd prefer it to be under 5" personally, but like anything I'll reserve judgment until it's released and I can get my little meat hooks into it.
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I don't mind the 5'' screen. It's going to have soft keys anyway. Hopefully not too much bezel.
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This is killing me. Based on the "Eclipse" rumors for ATT and Sprint, all of those had rumored that device to be a 4.67 inch screen and the dimensions of that phone were slightly different than the Optimus G.

To back up the Nexus rumors even more, the early leaks of the "Eclipse" had a removable battery (although, I still don't remember seeing a leak that showed a micro sd slot). The early leaks also reported that the phone was a quad-core phone, so that matches up with the Optimus G. The more I piece together the rumors, the more I think that there might actually be some good validity to all the rumors.

On top of that, we're almost at the 2 month mark since the "Eclipse" hit the FCC. I'll tell you this. If Sprint announces a LG Optimus within the next few weeks, prior to the Note 2, that has a removable battery and microSD slot, while sporting almost identical specs to the Optimus G...that's definitely going to put the phone back into consideration with the Note 2, for me.

Only time will tell, but the lack of news worthy information on the US version of the Optimus G is killing the early hype I had about this device and actually pushed me to pay more attention to the Note 2.
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I have a feeling LG might surprise us with a well built nexus phone. LG needs a spark and what better way to do so. Plus i'm curious to see if Apple will try to sue them.
 
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I have a feeling LG might surprise us with a well built nexus phone. LG needs a spark and what better way to do so. Plus i'm curious to see if Apple will try to sue them.
Android Authority posted this up recently and it kinda falls in line with my theories:

4.7-inch LG Nexus smartphone coming soon, is it an LG Optimus G variant?

The thing that's strikingly evident to me are the FCC leaks of the Eclipse for Sprint and ATT, that showed a device with slightly different dimensions from the Optimus G and early leaks showed at least a removable battery for the Eclipse. So maybe all this speculation about the Optimus Nexus actually has a little 'bit of validity?

So strange. There were many articles, much like the one below that mentioned South Korea's launch of the Optimus G would be sometime this week, but I haven't seen any mention of it actually launching. Maybe because of the Note 2 release in South Korea today? Or maybe they delayed the formal release a month for after the Note 2's release?
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Looks like the Optimus G, according to this video, is scheduled for release through the 3 S.Korea mobile networks (5:13 mark caption)

LG Optimus G : Launch Event in Korea - YouTube

That's 1 week after the SGNote 2, in South Korea, but question still remains which phone gets released in the US first. My gut is telling me, the Eclipse (or Nexus or whatever it's called) will get released by 10/12 or 10/14. The Note 2 by 11/9 or 11/11.

Although, there is that remote possibility, if the Optimus is in fact a Nexus device, we'll see a dual release date like the Galaxy Nexus and LG Viper that were released on the same day!...Hmmm.
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Seems more evident that the Note 2 will be a November release, since the US event, seemingly for the Note 2, is on October 24.

Samsung says save the date for ‘The Next Big Thing’ on October 24, expect more Galaxy Note 2

Although, part of me thinks that it might be a multi-announcement event because the Samsung Slate Series 5 and 7 is scheduled to release on my birthday, 10/26 (which, based on the way things have been going, seems to be my "tablet" of choice since I'll be able to use the S-Pen bluetooth for both the tablet and the Note 2)

Samsung -- Series 5, Series 7 release date, specs announced at IFA

On another note, I'm starting to question if Samsung is really going about the "shady" way of doing business or if LG is just trying to get a leg up on their home country rival:

LG sues Samsung over OLED display patents, Galaxy devices once again under fire
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Crap!...What if Google has decided to have Asus Padfone 2 make its US debut as a Nexus device:

Google to launch $99 Nexus tablet this year?

As much as I've been leaning towards the Note 2 as my next upgrade...if Google made a Nexus Padfone, that'd be over for me...hands down my #1 choice (assuming Sprint would even offer it up). Granted, it seems like it's more focused on a "refresh" version of the Nexus 7, but I love speculation and the thought of a Nexus Padfone would be SO ideal.
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UPDATE from 9/18/12 post

New Releases/Projection/Predictions:
4/22 - Galaxy Nexus and LG Viper
5/15 LTEvo (delayed due to Customs/Apple Injunction)
5/24 LTEvo (Phones finally reaching customers for soft pre-order release at Best Buy w/ Sprint pre-orders and other manufacturers trickling in afterwards)
6/2 - "Official" delayed LTEvo release date as announced by Sprint
6/21- SGS III (delay to 1st weekend of July)
7/1- "Official" delayed SGS III release date as announced by Sprint
7/15 - White LTEvo
8/19 - MoPhoQ (XT897)
9/16 - Samsung Galaxy Victory LTE
9/21 - iPhone 5

10/14 - ZTE Flash ???
The ZTE Flash has quite the package, heading towards Sprint in Q4?
Oct. 24/25 or Nov. 2??? - Galaxy Note 2
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More details leak out on Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note II - Los Angeles Gadgets | Examiner.com
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LG's LS860 'Cayenne' visits the FCC, flaunts Sprint LTE bands - Engadget
Oct./Nov.??? - LG Eclipse (LS970) - November is the new rumored release timeframe for the Optimus G in the US. Question is if the Eclipse is the US version of the Optimus G, does it follow that timeframe or will it be sooner than expected?
More rumors suggest that LG’s Optimus G could be the next Nexus device | Ubergizmo
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Count of LTE Devices out of 15 Sprint announced they would have by the end of 2012:
8 Officially Released by 9/21
- Includes Sierra Wireless Tri-fi hotspot
2 (LG Eclipse/Cayenne) Hit FCC on 8/10 / 9/1 respectively
1 (ZTE Flash) leaked ad sporting LTE connectivity w/ 10/14 availability date listed.
1 (Note 2) officially announced by Sprint and Samsung US press event on 10/24/12. Question is if ATT will have exclusivity to release first or if release will be same for all providers.

3 mystery LTE devices remaining.
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Hrm. The October 24th announcement is definitely Note 2 related, thanks to the pen. The Galaxy Nexus was announced October 19, 2011 (delayed a week from its original planned announcement date in honor of Steve Jobs' passing). The Nexus S was informally announced on November 15, 2010 and officially announced on December 6. We still have no word from Google on when the next Nexus announcement will be.

What are the chances, if the Galaxy Nexus 2 rumors are true, that Samsung will pull an Apple-esque "one more thing" moment and announce it along with the Note 2's US availability? Will we see a Google announcement in the weeks between October 24 and mid-November? Assuming the Note 2 makes it to Sprint in November as rumored, could a Nexus appear on Sprint in December or will it slip to 2013?

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Crap!...What if Google has decided to have Asus Padfone 2 make its US debut as a Nexus device:

Google to launch $99 Nexus tablet this year?

As much as I've been leaning towards the Note 2 as my next upgrade...if Google made a Nexus Padfone, that'd be over for me...hands down my #1 choice (assuming Sprint would even offer it up). Granted, it seems like it's more focused on a "refresh" version of the Nexus 7, but I love speculation and the thought of a Nexus Padfone would be SO ideal.
That would be cool! It is an interesting angle though and I'd have to start wondering why Google Bought Motorola instead of buying ASUS

I think 'the point' of the Nexus line, so far, is to offer a different line of all unique models rather than the re-produced lines that are already on the market. One could argue whether or not the Padfone is in fact established based on its capricious release, however I don't know if I can see Google adopting in a previously released fone line at all [to be a nexus device].
It is really an interesting idea though, and you know we'd love to see the Padfone 2 get some direct Google support.
As far as Sprint getting the Padfone 2, It is still firmly in the 'no chance' camp even though I have been pining for it, for going on a year.
(FCC docs with some radio&antennae listed would be mighty helpful)
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I think 'the point' of the Nexus line, so far, is to offer a different line of all unique models rather than the re-produced lines that are already on the market. One could argue whether or not the Padfone is in fact established based on its capricious release, however I don't know if I can see Google adopting in a previously released fone line at all.
It is really an interesting idea though, and you know we'd love to see the Padfone 2 get some direct Google support.
As far as Sprint getting the Padfone 2, It is still firmly in the 'no chance' camp even though I have been pining for it, for going on a year.
(FCC docs with some radio&antennae listed would be mighty helpful)
I hear ya, Pyro. Who knows, maybe Google tries to buy Asus also to swoop up more patents?...LOL.
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That would be cool! It is an interesting angle though and I'd have to start wondering why Google Bought Motorola instead of buying ASUS
For what it's worth, Motorola is an American company that made its phones in suburban Chicago long after other phone makers were having their made by political prisoners and children in Communist China.

I knew a guy, a customer of my best friend, who worked at the Motorola plant, making those iconic flip-phones. I suppose it means a lot more when you know someone, hear the stories, and when you drive by the factory you say to yourself "that's where my phone came from!" (Sadly, that's no longer the case.)

I like ASUS too. My primary workstation and a number of servers were built on ASUS motherboards. My secondary (Windows) workstation is a store bought ASUS tower PC. My laptop, netbook and tablet are all ASUS machines. I didn't set out to buy ASUS when I bought any of these; they beat the competition fair and square.

But as a US citizen who doesn't have the kind of money it takes to move to another country, I'd rather invest in domestic industry in the hope that the US might turn around in time to give me a life worth living as I get older and less able to fend for myself alone. I have to have faith that Google and Motorola can come up with products that are at least as attractive as those designed by our free Chinese (Taiwanese) friends because I don't have much choice.
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.. as a US citizen who doesn't have the kind of money it takes to move to another country, I'd rather invest in domestic industry in the hope that the US might turn around in time to give me a life worth living as I get older and less able to fend for myself alone. I have to have faith that Google and Motorola can come up with products that are at least as attractive as those designed by our free Chinese (Taiwanese) friends because I don't have much choice.
I agree whole-heartedly. But, unfortunately, Motorola seems to be married to VZW. VZW's got great coverage and the best data network, far and away, but they're too expensive for me. So I won't be buying Motorola product.

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My phone was largely designed here and built in Taiwan. Fine by me.

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Looks like they opened their R&D office in the research triangle. Are is huge for biotech and electronics.

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I agree whole-heartedly. But, unfortunately, Motorola seems to be married to VZW.
VZW? Are you talking about Verizon? How can MOT be married to VZ (no W) and GOOG at the same time? That doesn't follow.
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VZW? Are you talking about Verizon? How can MOT be married to VZ (no W) and GOOG at the same time? That doesn't follow.
They have been almost the captive supplier to Verizon for some time.

When Google bought them, they said it would be business as usual. Many believe that they acquired them just for the intellectual property portfolio.

So, it may follow very well. We'll see.

And Verizon is frequently referred to here as VZW (wireless) or Big Red.

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Thanks for the info, Early.

Good to know that "Made in Taiwan" can still be found on some new things.
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They have been almost the captive supplier to Verizon for some time.

When Google bought them, they said it would be business as usual. Many believe that they acquired them just for the intellectual property portfolio.

So, it may follow very well. We'll see.

And Verizon is frequently referred to here as VZW (wireless) or Big Red.

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Thanks again! I didn't think about it much because I bought my Samsung Sprint phone specifically because I'd read that Google was switching from HTC to Samsung as their reference platform. So this was the first time I didn't look for a Motorola phone first.

I suppose I can kind of understand the VZW thing, since vzw.com is used by Verizon's wireless subsidiary. (I'm also old enough to remember when mot.com was Motorola's only 2LD. ) But I'm stumped by Big Red. To me that's gum. Maybe it's a regional thing?

I don't have any beef with Verizon, and nothing against buying from Big Business. Back when MCI cracked open the long distance market (one more sign that I'm old) I stood by the tried-and-true AT&T Long Lines as my long distance carrier back when Sprint was better known for dropping pins and blowing up microwave relay towers. (I wonder if they regret tearing down all those towers after they needed them for their cellular service. )

OTOH my dealings with SBC by any of its names leaves a bad taste in my mouth. I have to say that I'm wary of Verizon because a lot of their customers seem to have the same basic complaints that SBC/AT&T customers do.

If Google bought Motorola's cellphone division, it seems doubtful that Samsung will be making the Android reference phone any more...

How come all the sudden picking a new phone got real complicated? Thanks a lot for ruining my morning, Early!
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It would be sweet if they did something similar for the Galaxy Note 2.

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I don't have any beef with Verizon, ...

OTOH my dealings with SBC by any of its names leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
I don't have anything against VZW. It's just that their plans are too expensive for me. Since Motorola has become, effectively, a VZW-only product, I won't be buying Motorola. Simple.

SBC by any other name would smell as rotten. I avoid them to the extent possible.

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Well, Asus is denying a "sub-$100 tablet"...but, they didn't say anything about a "sub-$100 tablet accessory"...e.g., padfone 2?

ASUS denies rumors of $99 Nexus tablet

LOL...I'm just being extremely speculative and it's really out of wishful thinking, but a tablet "accessory" under the Nexus banner that would work in conjunction with an Asus Nexus phone?...Yeah, I'd pay $99 for that accessory for sure!...hahahaha.
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For all those that were disappointed in the MoPhoQ being the sole Motorola offering this year, maybe it wasn't such a bad thing:

Antenna problems causing delay of Droid RAZR HD, RAZR MAXX HD?

If Motorola radios go bad, that's not a good sign at all since that was the absolute best thing I've experienced with the MoPho compared to other devices. I seriously hope that Google can really turn that ship around in the right direction, otherwise it won't be good for Googlrola. I am still giving them at least 1 year, from the time of "formal" purchase (beginning of 3Q 2012 was when everything was finalized), but if by 4Q 2013, Motorola hasn't significantly improved under Google...I'm not likely to consider another device from them for quite some time. It's such a shame because I still feel like Motorola produces the best accessories for multi-tasking with smartphones (although, I do have to give huge props to Samsung for the S-pen, which is absolutely unbelievable as far as stylus implementation on touchscreen devices).
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For all those holding out hope for the multiple Nexus phones being offered for Sprint, here's a really good breakdown based on all the Nexus rumors:

What do we know about the next Nexus?

Nexus Razr?...That'd be one way for Sprint to offer up a "true" successor to the Photon without stepping on the Verizon exclusivity.
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Thanks for that link. I'm thirsty for more Nexus rumors. lol
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It could be called the Nexus 5 with the 5 superscripted. Similar to the One X 5 pictured above, but with the Nexus logo nearer the camera (about 30% of the way down from the top) and the HTC logo at the bottom, no Beats branding.

Silly to hang a 5 on it imo, but nice if they finally go back to HTC.
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Annoucement for the new Nexus coming soon?

Rumor: Next Nexus phone with new Android release coming in the “next 30 days” | Android and Me
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I would expect a Nexus announcement soon. We're getting to the end of the year, and the announcement has traditionally been mid-October to mid-November. An LG Nexus would be intriguing. I would love another HTC Nexus, but I'm not sure if HTC is willing to go that route again.
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Samsung Galaxy Nexus Note. Twice the size, double the fun

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I would expect a Nexus announcement soon. We're getting to the end of the year, and the announcement has traditionally been mid-October to mid-November. An LG Nexus would be intriguing. I would love another HTC Nexus, but I'm not sure if HTC is willing to go that route again.
The more leaks are being talked about, the more I'm leaning towards the next Nexus announcement to be a Optimus Nexus, at least when it comes to Sprint. These are the signs I looked at, that match up similar to those rumors, as well as product variations:

1) LG Eclipse passed through the FCC way back in the beginning of August for both ATT & Sprint
2) The dimensions of what was rumored to be the LG Eclipse, both Sprint and ATT (130.9 X 71.6 X ???), are slightly different than the Optimus G (131.9 X 68.9 X 8.45). Obviously, the Eclipse dimensions are shorter, but wider, than the Optimus G (no way to compare depth, since it wasn't on the fcc listing).
3) Eclipse was rumored as a 4.67 inch screen vs. the 4.7 inch screen on the Optimus G
4) None of the LG Eclipse "rumors" or blogs with leaked pics ever showed a microSD slot, which is synonymous with how the Google phones are, as well as the Optimus G.
5) Nexus devices have had removable batteries, which was shown on an early leak of the LG Eclipse. This is also a variation from the Optimus G
6) Ever since LG's "official" launch of the Optimus G, there's been absolutely no info about it with regards to the US release.

So, those are all the things that lead me to believe that the LG phone, coming to Sprint & ATT, is the Optimus Nexus.

Now, I'm sure people are wondering about that HTC 5 inch device, rumored for Verizon?...Well, it makes perfect sense for Verizon because they're on the verge of releasing the LG Spectrum 2, so there really would've been no need for them to carry the Optimus Nexus at the same time. Will sprint offer the Nexus 5 (or whatever they end up calling that Google phone made by HTC)? Who knows if it'll be another Verizon exclusive for a certain period, but all signs pointed to that phone being a Verizon device.

My birthday month is going to be filled with speculation and rumors. Even though I've already been leaning heavily towards the Note 2, and the 10/24 date will creep up pretty fast, part of me feels like I should just hold off another month before taking the plunge. I really love most, if not all, of what the Note 2 brings to the table...but considering this is my last 1 year upgrade, I want to be sure I hold out for the "right" choice.
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Took Verizon forever to release the GNex, lot of what we heard involved internal politics over the open phone concept.

I do expect a delay between the GSM and Sprint Nexus, but not as bad this time if Verizon doesn't get involved again.

I'd be surprised if there were maker variations based on carriers. That would extend Google into the handset competition beyond their Motorola involvement.

The argument for or against the HTC Nexus may be political as well. HTC and Samsung are the ones taking a beating in court with Apple. An HTC Nexus would be profoundly revitalizing on many fronts.
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So HTC announced the one x +. Any chance sprint will get it? I think the one x phones look awesome. I would definitely want one.
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So HTC announced the one x +. Any chance sprint will get it? I think the one x phones look awesome. I would definitely want one.
As awesome as this would be, I think it's highly unlikely. It would have to be an EVO, and Sprint is not known for releasing improved versions of the EVO line after the launch of that year's flagship model. Later EVO phones are usually mid-range devices. Most likely the One X+ will go to AT&T (or maybe T-Mo).
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I hope Sprint does something soon. I don't want to buy a new phone right now with all these quad core phones on the horizon. But badly need a new phone at this point.
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