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Hughston
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re: Huawei escalates slim-phone battle; also reveals plan for LTE modem chip
Hughston   1/20/2012 10:44:17 PM
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My guess is that Huawei will get somebody else's part and resell it claiming it as their own.

yellow1986
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re: Huawei escalates slim-phone battle; also reveals plan for LTE modem chip
yellow1986   1/11/2012 3:15:14 PM
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battery life and compatibility and speed

Jack.L
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re: Huawei escalates slim-phone battle; also reveals plan for LTE modem chip
Jack.L   1/10/2012 3:19:42 PM
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1) IT WORKS! -- Unfortunately not a given - i.e. it does not crash, runs apps reliably, picks up signals, oes not break easily, etc. 2) Form Factor -- Size, display quality within size, etc. 3) Battery Life -- Goes to 1. If the battery is dead, it does not work.

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re: Huawei escalates slim-phone battle; also reveals plan for LTE modem chip
ibm221   1/10/2012 2:50:23 AM
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seems bad news for nokia, again. the last pic looks whole lot sim as a N9 etc.

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re: Huawei escalates slim-phone battle; also reveals plan for LTE modem chip
andyroyduh   1/10/2012 2:20:34 AM
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I could not find any information on a TI OMAP4417 processor. Is this phone using the OMAP4470? Andy

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StevePxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx   1/9/2012 10:43:54 PM
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I am so far out in left field. 1 Audio quality equal to a land line.(SNR & delay) 2 Out of the box sync with Outlook&Google calendar. 3 Rugged construction.

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re: Huawei escalates slim-phone battle; also reveals plan for LTE modem chip
Athlor   1/9/2012 10:38:03 PM
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I'm definitely impressed and wish Huawei success, here in the US.

old account Frank Eory
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old account Frank Eory   1/9/2012 10:06:48 PM
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In order of priority: 1) Size, meaning not too big, not too small. Must fit in front pants pocket. 2) Battery life 3) Performance -- fast processor and fast enough internet connection. 4) Weight...because it travels in your front pants pocket. 5) Ruggedness. Gorilla glass and a neoprene skin usually takes care of this. 6) Interoperability with other devices in my CE ecosystem -- share or display media between phone, tablet, TV and desktop PC. 7) Thinness. Sure, why not? This usually goes along with light weight anyway.

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re: Huawei escalates slim-phone battle; also reveals plan for LTE modem chip
junko.yoshida   1/9/2012 9:00:16 PM
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I know; Dolby on a smartphone? That was perplexing to me...but in the end, more and more mobile devices are also beginning to occupy the living room space...

junko.yoshida
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re: Huawei escalates slim-phone battle; also reveals plan for LTE modem chip
junko.yoshida   1/9/2012 8:59:11 PM
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I would go with: 1. battery life 2. weight 3. speed

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