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  1. paleodust

    paleodust Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    New DROID Incredible by HTC Smartphone Lives Up to its Name
    April 23, 2010



    Our newest smartphone doesn
     

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    Yeah i think i made a wise choice to upgrade from my eris, i have no doubts this phone will serve me well over the next 20 months. I'm really impressed with HTC and their staff of engineers, it seems they really know what they are doing. Its almost as if they stole all the good engineers from nokia, motorola, blackberry and put them on their staff. I know i am very excited to be getting mine on thursday, and i'm sure everyone else here is just as excited as well.
     
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    Hey,

    Could the exec also send a note to fix the third party apps, not seeing the 6.6gb's built-in, issue? ;)

    The exec is probably the leader of the program management team that "owns" the device. Gotta luv corporate politics and self-back slapping :)

    Did the 2gb cards to "fix" the problem come out of their bonus? ;)

    Heck, even a $2, 2gb card is BIG bucks with six digit figure volumes!

    Geesh, I sound like a former and unhappy VZW exec ;)

    Just joking (kind of), since i preordered an Inc from BB. Look foward to testing the Droid and Inc and see which will be my contract ball & chain for the next two years ;):)
     
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    Yep..this is the main article on the Verizon employee intranet page. Though it was much more likely to be written by a marketing rank-and-file employee rather than an exec.
     

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