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  1. cool_kyle_3000

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    I have a crappy and would like to switch. I played with the infuse at the att store and it sold me. The screen size is perfect. My problem is that my contract is up in November so I was wondering if there is anything that I can do to get the upgrade price? Also I had the GPS on and using google maps at the store and after a minute still no lock. Is the infuse GPS any better then the crappy. Thanks
     

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    I dont have one yet. But after the galaxy s famous gps problems I am pretty sure you would have heard about gps issues from a reviewer by now.
     
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    I had the captivate and had the gps problem...the infuse gps works perfectly..locks in less than 10 seconds
     
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    the contract your just going to have to wait lol gps on the otherhand i have no idea
     
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    I got my Infuse a few days ago and I haven't had any problems so far. I had the Attic and that phone sucked and the battery is going strong.
     
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    It pays to ask at the Att store about an early upgrade. My husband wasn't due until July. However, they said if he wanted a new phone they'd wave the usual $200 early upgrade fee. Guess they like to sell phones.
     
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    There's no such phone as a crappy.

    Perhaps you meant a Captivate. A phone that I own. My experience with the phone has been great once I learned Android, how it works, and how to resolve the issues present. I still enjoy it from time to time as I have several active lines to use with my various Androids.

    To the GPS issue, which existed on all Androids. This is a genuine problem of longer duration till the Android developers got a handle on it. Let's remember Android is a rather young OS, it's not going to be perfect. No phone is. Now Android versions 2.2, handle GPS better, with version 2.3 being better yet.

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