FlipOut Coming This Weekend. Does Anybody Care?General

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  1. HustlinDaily

    HustlinDaily Well-Known Member

    My cousin wants this phone. It has a tiny low res screen, intuitive keyboard and 700MHz OMAP processor. Should be fast but should be crappy (due to small screen). Anybody considering this phone?

  2. ewingr

    ewingr Well-Known Member

    More low end product. Why can't they give us more higher end Android devices? The one high end one, the Captivate, is still in the debug phase, particularly for GPS.

  3. TgeekB

    TgeekB Well-Known Member

    But it will probably sell and be successful to a certain, not techy market looking for a "smartphone". Not all phones have to be high end like we may want.
  4. ewingr

    ewingr Well-Known Member

    I absolutely agree. But only 1 high end phone is annoying. If the GPS doesn't get fixed on the Captivate in the timeline they say, I may have to give up and switch carriers.
  5. TgeekB

    TgeekB Well-Known Member

    I hear ya. I hope by next April, when my contract is up, that something big comes out. Will have to wait and see.
  6. Snow_Fox

    Snow_Fox Well-Known Member

    The one "high end" phone they came out with is from a company with a track record of no updates, they should at least roll out an htc phone they will let htc update :/
  7. HustlinDaily

    HustlinDaily Well-Known Member

    LOL whether it is 5 phones by 1H 2010 or a FlipOut by the weekend, AT&T keeps failing.
  8. ewingr

    ewingr Well-Known Member

    Did AT&T promise a Flipout by the weekend? I thought it was just heard in the blogs, etc.

    I"m not necessarily interested in defending AT&T and their selections, but then if they didn't announce it, then its not their failure.

    But then if they did, I guess so.
  9. HustlinDaily

    HustlinDaily Well-Known Member

    My bad. Supposedly, AT&T sent FlipOut materials to their stores to train employees on it the weekend before it was rumored to release. No official word from AT&T.

    I take it back. Semi-fail.
  10. carmendiva

    carmendiva Well-Known Member

    Well the Xperia is also a high end device
    i'd consider it more high end vs the aria & backflip phones

    The Captivate(which i own needs debugging as someone said)
    and the bad in the xperia is that it needs a software upgrade
  11. mobil3gen

    mobil3gen Well-Known Member

    I think the Flipout is geared more towards the "younger generation" and those who want to get into Android for the first time - it's seriously unfortunate that At&t hasn't stepped up their game and brought more high end android devices to the table.

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