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  1. buckeyedroid

    buckeyedroid Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    for making the greatest smart phone on the market today, THE MYTOUCH 4G
    the quality is so incredible, i have never held a phone that feels this
    expensive and well built. the features, the colors, THANK YOU FOR MAKING SUCH
    A WONDERFUL DEVICE!!!!!!!!!!!!
    now, you can all start bashing, bring it on:)
     

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  2. IOWA

    IOWA Mr. Logic Pants Moderator

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    Glad you happy with your phone. I personally can't wait to do some MyTouch 4 and Evo 4G direct comparisions of my own. But I like my 4.3" screen :D
     
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    lunatic59 Moderati ergo sum Moderator

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    Make you a deal ... you take the phone, I'll take the chick in the pink dress.
     
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    dan330 Well-Known Member

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    alextop30 Well-Known Member

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    Glad you like your phone. I prefer my Evo still. I wonder how is the 4G coverage on T-mobile and what speeds you get with it.
     
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    I'd have to agree wholeheartedly. I have been a LONG TIME Blackberry aficionado (and probably still will be) and I have played with them all. I chose the MT4G over the HD7 and G2.

    This MT4G is AWEsome. It does everything I need it to, has modern and up-to-date hardware (which what trumped the HD7 for me) and jam packed with features. I really wanted the HD7 because of the XBL integration, but its old hardware and has NO HSPA+ support. 4G (actually 3.56Mhz) is more faster in reality than it is supposed to be theoretically. Blazing. Absolutely love it.

    Now, I just need to wait for Zagg to make an Invisible Shield for it and for T-Mobile or HTC to make a branded leather belt clipped case.

    That being said, until WinMo 7 comes with more up-to-date hardware AND HSPA+ support, then the MT4G will stay with me for a while.
     
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    carmendiva Well-Known Member

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    lol boys
     
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    I picked up a MT4G yesterday and I am pleasantly surprised. I thought I would try it out for 2 weeks and then possibly take it back. I think I am going to keep it. This morning I got a little over 19Mbps. This was at 5am when network traffic was low but that was still very good. I have noticed that the Speedtest.net app does not allow the speed enough time to build up for a good test. I have been testing on mobilespeedtest.com to get better results.
     
  10. IOWA

    IOWA Mr. Logic Pants Moderator

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    Too bad mobilespeedtest.com is unreliable and VERY innaccurate.

    BTW, Bandwidth speed isn't a car, it doesn't need to accelerate. :cool:
     
  11. Seth

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    This thread made me laugh. Hahaha.
     

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