T-Mobile getting quad-core version of One X w/vanilla ICS?


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    I don't care. It has no SD card slot, so it is a FAIL. Too bad, because it has a lot of other cool features.

    I want to stay with T-Mobile, but since they recently announced plans to go to LTE I am going to wait until they come out with LTE phones. My Samsung Galaxy S2 will do fine until then.
     
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    Galaxy S3, in all its 1920x1080 glory for me.
     
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    I'd really like a removable battery and SD card too. But the super-slim metal body, overall HTC build quality and best of all, vanilla ICS has put this on the list of possible replacements for my trusty G2.

    I couldn't care less about LTE for the next 2-3 years.
     

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