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  1. Inous

    Inous Newbie
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    Who else is anxiously waiting for the next generation of Android phones to come out?

    I recall Motorola saying they will be releasing a 2Ghz phone by the end of this year? Any speculation on whether these phones will be 4G? Can anyone say dual snapdragons!

    Also, side note... I enabled a profile pic, but its not being displayed what the deal with that?


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  2. buckeyedroid

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    columbus,oh.
    until they "INVENT" some new type of battery or portable energy
    source you better not get to excited. dual processor/4" screen/ 4g/
    and all the other crap you want, and maybe you can get 2 hours out
    a battery. by the time your done you have to turn every thing on
    your phone off, and try not to talk to long on it. the battery is the
    weak link! they should stop trying to keep making
    these phones do more and more until they find the right power for
    them! that's my .02
     
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    That is a really good point.
     
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    moto won't use snapdragon. They'll probably use the dual core OMAP4 by TI. It uses the same sgx540 GPU as in the galaxy S.
     
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    Not really, newer CPUs are faster and they use less electricity as the process used to create them shrinks. People claiming newer faster CPUs are going to eat up your battery shouldn't be commenting on the subject.
     
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    and they have new power management features
     
  7. Inous

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    All good points, I guess I'll just have to settle for a DX then huh?
     

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