Elongated iphone 5
Anyone else feel the same way?
The Rezound has a similar hand feel as the 5. Tall narrow hd screen, LTE, the most advanced android, and a lot of similar features.
they remind me a lot of each other looking at the two of them casually
iPhone 5 has larger (read, "narrower") screen, faster processor, iOS6 preinstalled and the big selling point is that it operate on 4G/LTE service. In other words, not much improvement over iPhone 4S, save for the 4G service. Since 4G/LTE is still in development mode with Verizon, to me it makes absolutely no sense to be an iZombie when Verizon dropped the 4 and 4S in price, both of which work well on 3G/EVDO. Verizon is still having problems with LTE implementation.
I also read that the Verizon's version of their iPhone 5 only has the one chip so you still can't have talk/surf on 4G LTE
That's an overall iPhone 5 design, not specific to the Verizon version. If Verizon (or Sprint) moved away from using CDMA for voice, you would have the same configuration that AT&T users enjoy.
Funny when I brought my mother to ATT to upgrade her phone (Not the iPhone) that's what the tech said to me...I guess he was trying to get me to drink the iPhone koolaid and get me enticed to switch. I don't understand why they didn't include that option when it was made for Verizon?
How often do people need to talk and surf at the same time? I've had an Incredible 2 on Verizon for over a year and I can't think of a single situation where I needed to do this. I'm sure some people sometimes need it, but is this considered a primary feature that people would switch carriers for?
It is handy now that I use my iPhone for mobile field visits. I can confirm information pulled from my website with the customer real-time on the phone while talking through my Bluetooth. I no longer carry my laptop and am starting to leave the tablet home too.