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Samsung ATIV Neo S Hits Sprint Stores August 16

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I Hate To Sound Redundant...


Aug 14, 2013, 11:04 AM
...But I absolutely cherish the removeable battery option. Keep it coming Sammy!

John B.

Aug 14, 2013, 11:18 AM
I think the removable battery and microSD slot is going to be a hallmark of Samsung's design, especially as the rest of the industry moves (unfortunately) towards closed batteries and no expandable memory.

Aug 14, 2013, 2:12 PM
Definitely, HTC did it once and now Samsung is doing it. They are tearing it up.

I can not wait until WP8 takes off with the apps. I really want to be able to synch all my Windows platforms together. That new WP8 RT surface tab looks pretty sweet!

Plus im starting to fall in love more and more with WP8 those live tiles are so damn sexy. Just need more functional apps Razz

Aug 15, 2013, 8:11 AM
I love WP8 but I don't expect to see the app support anytime soon. We have to face it that iOS and Android have the market.

Now where WP8 may take off is in the lower cost phone category. $99 to $149 off contract is a great price point.

Aug 15, 2013, 4:48 PM
I don't think it's the denial of iOS and Android having more apps, that's a given. However, having more official apps from top services, such as; banks, food ordering apps like Seamless, more mobile payment apps for business transactions, cable and satellite providers, and apps from top insurance companies.

I think apps like the would make the transition over to WP a lot less painful and more people would be willing to migrate over. These are just a few of the app types that would help. However, as WP continues to grow and MS brings Win 8 and WP8 closer together, when it comes to app development, I'm sure we will see more of the top apps across the two platforms. The Xbox 360 has apps that I would love to see come to Win 8 and WP8.

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