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re: Huawei escalates slim-phone battle; also reveals plan for LTE modem chip
pixies   1/9/2012 8:13:18 PM
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It looks a lot like the Droid. And Dolby surround sound for an smartphone? I recently dropped an iPad edge on onto my foot and that hurt. I think the smart devices now do not need to be that thin. I think speed, battery life, and wight should be the top three features.

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chanj0   1/9/2012 7:22:04 PM
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"...What's the 3 most desirable features that you are looking for in smartphone?" I indeed want to experience it. What's the 3 most desirable features that you are looking for in smartphone? 1) Size 2) Thin 3) Weight 4) Battery life 5) ...

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