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General Verizon's Future Projects

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by smacky, Aug 9, 2010.

  1. smacky

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    One of our Verizon Wireless sources has dropped a whole bunch of info in our laps. We
     

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  2. Blue218

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    Any word on the HTC Scorpion? 1.5 gig processor? Dual core 1.8 gig?
     
  3. MongolStomp

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    I really wanna know what HTC has coming out this year, my actual upgrade is a couple months and I don't know if I should get the inc or wait for something else. And I do not like any of the moto droids... any of em
     
  4. alprazolam

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    I saw this article along with persistent rumors of a CDMA only iPhone in January. Where are the LTE phones? I'm waiting to see some rumors from that mill.
     
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  6. surgeon0214

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    Droid Pro sounds like my kind of phone :D
     
  7. doogald

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    75% of the population or geography? That's a big difference.

    I live in Verizon heaven here in New England yet my house has crap coverage. I'd love it if they bring in just EVDO.

    Earlier rumors of the CDMA iPhone point out that it may be directed toward a CDMA carrier in China. I would not be surprised if Verizon just said no to the iPhone. Verizon Wireless just doesn't seem all that comfortable ceding control to the device manufacturer as Apple requires, and we have only to remember the Verizon Wireless Nexus One debacle of a few months ago to remind us of this.
     

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