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Verizon roadmap shows Galaxy S II, 4G Curve, HTC Vigor, new 4G Galaxy Tab, more

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  1. lawnboy

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    I haven't seen anything but blatantly unfounded speculation, that the Stratosphere is the GSII.

    That doesn't mean it's wrong, just that there is little evidence that it is the SGII.

    I hope it is.
     
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    What's the difference between the Vigor and the Thunderbolt? :thinking:
     
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    Most likely, Vigor won't suck.

    Smart money says high-res screen, dual core LTE. Hopefully it lasts longer than a 15 year old's first...

    Ah, let's just say, "Hopefully HTC has figured out their power management issues..."
     
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    it would be nice if the sgs2 was coming to us, but at the same time, it may be too late, i hope it comes in both 4g and 3g cause i dont want to pay 100$ extra for a phone when i cant use 4g cause it wont be in my area til 2013
     
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    Agreed, VS. But if it is 4G only, I'll pay the price to have the awesomeness of the phone.
     
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    Kind of night and day. HTC should had either waited and just gone to the Vigor as it looks like the Thunderbolt will have a short life.

    Vigor: Android 2.3.4 smartphone with 1.5GHz processor and 720p resolution display.



     
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    If it is the Gs2, the Bionic sales will suffer. Moto should have figured things out faster and then they'd be the first out the door and would have racked up a ton of sales. As it is,I'm waiting to check both devices out and will choose then. I'm not sold on Bionic but I sure would have considered it had they brought it out a week ago....they blew it.
     
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    As I read in another thread, they developed their own LTE chip - and if it works as well as they think it will, it will open a whole new generation of phones that can run whatever processor they want along with Moto's LTE chip. That, in and of itself, could be a game changer for Moto.

    Also, with such a recent redesign, I'm more inclined to buy the (currently) newer Bionic than the SGSII at this point in time, even with all the accolades that the SGSII has gotten.
     
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    Is the Vigor a global phone?
     
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    anyone know about the samsung illusion. I had heard a rumor about Samsung slider with lte? could this be it. I like the droid 3, but didn't want to pull the trigger on a non 4G phone for the next 18 months, especially when I am in a prime 4G location.
     
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    i'm patiently waiting for the SGSII...:D
     
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    I'm really curious to see if Samsung sticks to what we've seen before suggesting they will allow users free rein on the bootloader...
     

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