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Old September 16th, 2012, 06:44 PM   #101 (permalink)
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Will we be able to get the system dump? If so would that be a warp 1 update?I love my warp if we can make this a update cool if no I may just buy one
it shouldn't be too hard to port but it wont be 100% operational without dev work... it may not seem like there are alot of differences between the two but there are... just having the same manufacturer doesn't mean anything... but none the less... as soon as we can get our hands on a system dump... we can patch it up... hack up a compatible kernel... and bam!!! An ics rom... can't wait to get my hands on it

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Actually, mathematically, you would be the sucker if you sign a 2yr contract for a subsidized phone. Let's calculate. $200 contract phone + $70/mo for 24 months = $1,880. Or no contract $370 phone + $40/mo for 24 months = $1,330. That's $550 in the pocket over the course of 2yrs, enough to buy another phone if you would like. Moreover, the $70/mo plan won't have unlimited voice mins. This is as cheap as it comes with these contract carriers. Most plans on 2yr contracts run over $100/mo with unlimited everything (although we know data is no longer unlimited). So the savings could be as high another $30/mo for 24 months or $720. Add that to the $550 and now we are talking....
Flawed math. You don't just get $40(and Boost may be getting rid of shrinkage and $40 monthly plans anyway, thats the rumor) a month and you don't get to upgrade for as cheap as if you sign a contract. My original point was you might as well sign with a contract carrier and get a better phone the SIII vs. the SII. The math is close but you aren't getting as good of phone, saving much, and if you are are its minimal by upgrading 2 to 3 times every couple years. You know its true. Why fight it. And when WiMax gets bumped for LTE and the newest technology comes around then what?

The bottom line is that you only really save by upgrading cheaply and/or stick with your existing phone and shrinkage plan. The $370 SII or $500+ Iphone thats been sitting on the shelf for over a year deflates the purpose of saving money and you are getting old technology that you may likely want to upgrade from in a year. I don't care I'm just giving my opinion of how Boost takes advantage of suckers who upgrade all the time.
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Flawed math. You don't just get $40 a month and you don't get to upgrade for as cheap as if you sign a contract. My original point was you might as well sign with a contract carrier and get a better phone the SIII vs. the SII. The math is close but you aren't getting as good of phone, saving much, and if you are are its minimal by upgrading 2 to 3 times every couple years. You know its true. Why fight it. And when WiMax gets bumped for LTE and the newest technology comes around then what?
How is his math flawed?
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You don't automatically get a $40 a month plan so thats not true(thats $180 you save by assuming that). And upgrades are cheaper under contract then buying a $370 phone(so there goes your $550 you thought you saved). I know friends who upgraded from the SII to SIII for $50. If you start from scratch it 15x6, 10x6, 5x6($180) to get to $40 a month if that even exists 18 months from now.
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And their phone bill is also almost $100 (if not more than $100) a month.

I don't plan on "upgrading" phones every 6 months. The only real reason I bought the S2 was because the Warp was such an unreliable piece of garbage and ended up dying on me.

The S2 will do anything that the S3 will. The only apps that wouldn't work are OS based and that's very few anyway.
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And their phone bill is also almost $100 (if not more than $100) a month.

I don't plan on "upgrading" phones every 6 months. The only real reason I bought the S2 was because the Warp was such an unreliable piece of garbage and ended up dying on me.

The S2 will do anything that the S3 will. The only apps that wouldn't work are OS based and that's very few anyway.
Thats a good plan. $40 a month is great and about half what you pay elsewhere but I was just pointing out something. They love it when you pay $200-$370 every year for a new phone, You think you are saving but in the end you buy out their old stock, a year old technology they can't sell and in the end add that $200-$370 phone upgrade you did to your bill. For me I'm going to wait for the Warp Sequent reviews and decide on buying it. I already spent $180 on my Warp last January, so in less then a year they got me reconsidering and my phone works just fine. I'll probably wait until the verdict is in on the Sequent and wait for the price to drop. I don't even get 4G in my areas(neither do you) so why get a SII? I was just trying to point out that Boost loves suckers who buy their old Sprint stock and upgrade. If you upgrade are you really saving money vs. a contract phone(and by spending an extra $370 you could have gotten an SIII) instead of buying old technology? If you don't get that whatever I'm moving on.
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Lol, move on then, your logic is terrible.
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Flawed math. You don't just get $40(and Boost may be getting rid of shrinkage and $40 monthly plans anyway, thats the rumor) a month and you don't get to upgrade for as cheap as if you sign a contract. My original point was you might as well sign with a contract carrier and get a better phone the SIII vs. the SII. The math is close but you aren't getting as good of phone, saving much, and if you are are its minimal by upgrading 2 to 3 times every couple years. You know its true. Why fight it. And when WiMax gets bumped for LTE and the newest technology comes around then what?

The bottom line is that you only really save by upgrading cheaply and/or stick with your existing phone and shrinkage plan. The $370 SII or $500+ Iphone thats been sitting on the shelf for over a year deflates the purpose of saving money and you are getting old technology that you may likely want to upgrade from in a year. I don't care I'm just giving my opinion of how Boost takes advantage of suckers who upgrade all the time.
Wow you are so off.Just what is it that you are trying to justify to yourself ? Contract free is the smartest and most sensible why to go and most cost saving.SMH where do I begin at dissecting your confused broken logic.I have a headache. Thats to bad your warp was a unstable,but there are many like myself with zero problems.
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Easy folks, this looks to be getting a little personal. Lets remember to attack issues, not each other.
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everyone this phone is a fake...no release i repeat no release
Not fake lol zte sequent boost mobile http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfvwgs690zQ&sns=tw via @youtube
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What time of day does phones usually get announced?
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Lol, seriously?! With a "release" like this phone had, I don't see it being any better than the original Warp. It's like they built these things a while back, and someone happened to stumble across them, sitting in the back of the storage closet and was like "ooh shit! I knew we forgot somethin". They probably just guessed at the specs the thing got too lol.

I hope I'm wrong, from a consumer standpoint, but I don't believe I am lol
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Not fake lol zte sequent boost mobile zte sequent boost mobile - YouTube via @youtube
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Soft keys are weird but it has all I wanted with the marquee. Front facing camera I mean. I like the ics cyan blue also.
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Soft keys are weird but it has all I wanted with the marquee. Front facing camera I mean. I like the ics cyan blue also.
I've noticed that a bunch of new phones have the 3 button soft keys. Guess they decided the search button wasn't necessary
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I've noticed that a bunch of new phones have the 3 button soft keys. Guess they decided the search button wasn't necessary
I suppose so. They swapped them all around. Back is far left. Home in the middle and menu on the right. If I purchase this I will be confused for a day or two. Lol
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Well I looked at sprints wimax and it turns out I have 4g in my area.. can't wait to get the new s2
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That looks pretty sweet...Well that made my mind up....Sequent it is...I'll put the other $160 towards a couple dozen pro Vs
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Who wants a crap iPhone anyway?
These people do lol... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdIWKytq_q4
This goes to show what kinda people carries iPhone LOL
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That video is hilarious!
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Yes, if you want a pia to root phone go HTC, if you want a cheap phone that we in all things root have started to make better, stick around. There are flaws yes, but this new incarnation of the warp is an attempt to fix those flaws. To consider the HTC ultimately better, is to not see potential in zte.
Think about it like this, GM is a huge manufacturer that every loves or hates but, has some what trust in, along comes this crappy little car manufacturer Hyundai, instantly getting the stigma of just being garbage, fast forward ten years and look at what they make now. Considering time tables, and the fact the automotive design would take longer that cell phone, you would see a similar situation brewing here. ZTE made a phone that wasn't perfect, FOR $200. Now they are trying to step it up a notch, yes at this point, maybe they can't compete with HTC or Samsung. But they are getting closer. I wouldn't discount them on one bad experience. Just my two cents
That's a great point but ZTE lost me due to customer service. I recently sent the my Warp to get it repair because it was shutting off, not rebooting but literally turned off. Having freezing and rebooting is just normal for me. I actually welcome the rebooting but having the phone shut off, I have no idea for how long it's been off to miss calls or texts.

Anyway, after less than 2 weeks, my Warp shutting off again, mind you I was without my Warp for 2 weeks during the repair. So call back ZTE and the rep tells me that the technician didn't find anything wrong with it so the only thing the tech did was update the software. I guess they don't believe customer's words. So I'll be without my Warp for another 2 weeks. Since my Warp is my only smart phone, I'll be going old school and use my old Samsung Rant for another 2 weeks!
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a few concerns

1. its an intel atom processor isnt that a x86 platform
2. That sounds like a nightmare to port to our snapdragons wont
they have different antenna and all new drivers?
3. Htc will always be bad because of sense. phones with the same
hardware bench thousands of points higher because of no
"sense" to bog it down.
4. biggest rom request for HTC phones = NONsense
5. a processor speed and core count don't mean squat core
architecture is what is important. example core i5 beats amd
bulldozer 8 core any day you should really look at floating point
operations and calculations per second
6. And the galaxy s2 4g is only wimax i got lte and hspa+ in my
area
no wimax
7. Plus thats alot of scratch for a phone i mean thats a new
graphics card for my beast or closer to a new 680GTX
8. and ontop of all of that until i get my hands on a warp seq its all
speculation what i can say about this phone except for the fact
that it has not just ben sitting on the shelves its the first
Americana Intel processor phone be happy and if its really a
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Me like blue to.
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boost doing away with shrinkage? Thought it was the only reason people did not do virgin?!
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if boost gets rid of shrinkage, ill leave and go post paid.
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Doubt they are getting rid of shrinkage guys, and even if they are the current users who already are paying less because if shrinkage will most likely get to keep thier shrinkage status at the amount of money they are currently at if boost stop.
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Wouldnt that be grandfathered?
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i assume current users would be grandfathered. But what about when its time for a new phone?

I hope these rumors are just that, Guess we will wait and see their plans.
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i assume current users would be grandfathered. But what about when its time for a new phone?

I hope these rumors are just that, Guess we will wait and see their plans.
From what I understand when you get a new phone you have to start over.

Might look in to the 35$ pay as you go plan.
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From what I understand when you get a new phone you have to start over.

Might look in to the 35$ pay as you go plan.

That is correct,its allways been that way.
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I dont believe you would have to start over. IF boost did away with shrinkage, we on shrink would get grandfathered no doubt.
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No, you dont start over. Boost just told me if i buy a new phone, my $35 a month will go to $40 based on the current android pricing at the lowest possible rate.
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You don't start your shrinkage over when you get a new phone. As was already stated, if you are at the $35/month tier then you will be raised to $40/month because of the new pricing. Otherwise your shrinkage stays at the rate you are currently at with your old phone.
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basic phones go as low as $35 android is $40 and blackberry is $45 those are the lowest you will not go back up if you change devices unless you go a "class" higher or lower
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If noone's noticed yet... ZTE Warp Sequent Android Smartphone | Boost Mobile | Boost Mobile

oh and this: ZTE Warp Sequent specs

No intel cpu.

Qualcomm Snapdragon S2 MSM8655

ahh, the good 'ol 8655..

Dang only adreno 205
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So its a warp with a front facing camera and ICS?
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pretty much :P and a ramped up cpu

lol ill bet you anything this will make it a piece of cake to port stock ics to the original warp

edit: HAH!! it even has the same cpu and gpu this is a porter's dream and knowing zte they probably only changed a line or two
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Whew. Looks like a few happy folks!
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I'm ready for ics
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if its that similar, i dont see why i would buy one. if its the same hardware as the warp, and the warp is about $100 cheaper..hmm
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New zte warp sequence will be heading our way next month for $200 it features android 4.0 a 4.3 inch screen and 5mega pixel camera and a 1.4 ghz processor.


This is also good news for the original warp. Maybe it might be easier to port pics/cm9 to the device now since the warp sequence and the regular warp have almost the same specs. It would be easier to compare both kernels and possibly build one for the original warp.


Prepaid Phone News: New Boost Mobile ZTE Warp Sequent Android Phone Launching Sept. 17th
Good Catch!

It took us lots of efforts ... 1.4G processor, and 4.3QHD touch screen and 1.3M FF camera.... QHD is nomarlly equipped for postpaid phone( cost is really high) , but we add it into prepaid line-up.

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Good Catch!

It took us lots of efforts ... 1.4G processor, and 4.3QHD touch screen and 1.3M FF camera.... QHD is nomarlly equipped for postpaid phone( cost is really high) , but we add it into prepaid line-up.

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Any reason why ics didn't come down the pipeline to the original warp? Am I seriously gonna half to port this for you? Lets get back to the basics, which one of your engineers do I need to talk to about proper versioning and maintaining a proper working source? Think its time for you guys to return emails. You can reach me here or at downthemachine@Gmail.com
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