AD more discussions below...
Would it be possible?
One thing would be helpful.
I need to know phone models number very often.
Would it be possible for Phonescoop.com to include the phone model numbers in the "Info" tab?
Reason: Sometimes I only have the name of a phone, but I need the model number. When I search for "Droid Maxx", I get
Motorola Droid Maxx,
Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX HD,
Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX
Under "Droid Maxx" "Info", no model number is given. (At least I don't see it anywhere)
Yet when I search for model number "xt1080M" I get
Motorola Droid Maxx
Motorola Droid Ultra
- So your system has the information, it just doesn't display it.
I'm working at in inbound calling center.
Voice Command spec suggestion
Could you also clear up weather Google Now is available for all Android and if you're able to use it to activate voice command features such as texting without internet connection.
"Who's online and active forum" GUI
I know some people that have made their decision about a phone based on the color, of their fav color's available they'll dump the other even if it has better tech specs.
Just a suggestion.
Phone spec question. . .
Is it true the deal STILL hasn't closed?
I intend on getting the Galaxy S5 when it comes out, and I would like it to be future-proof, and have the 700mhz Band 12 support, I am hoping it will.
Merry Christmas Mr. Brome and Mr. Zeman
Dunno if it's intentionally not live yet or not...
How often does it updates?
The reason why I ask is because I've seen that it the activity meter seems to be static, it points towards more "activity" to some threads that been dead for ages, or even though there's more activity in other posts it stays pointing out to the same old one.
BTW if my spelling is atrocious it's your own darn fault for getting rid of spellcheck
I've had a few smartphones over the last 2 years and most handset's I've had, have barely made it through 10-12 hours of moderate use.
This is the configuration that I use:
Auto brightness, bluetooth radio off, wifi off, HSPA data on, no LTE, GPS off.
Apps that I have installed and are often pulling data from the network.
Gmail, Skype, Google Hangouts, Whatsapp, Line, Facebook Messenger (I've disabled Facebook notifications), Twitter.
I check my phone a few times during the days and chat a little bit, no more than 5 minutes each time and no more than 7-10 times between 6AM and 4PM.
I don't stream music or use online radio, I rarely watch videos online, but I often use the built in music...
Will phonescoop have it?
In order for this to work, however, sites need to add the "mobile-web-app-capable" meta tag.