A little orange and blue bird just flew to my windowsill and said that it may be available May 4th. That being a Sunday..to me..would mean that it will be available online and available to stores the Monday following. That would give plenty of time to reach most markets by May 15 and be a regularly stocked item. The SKU's are out..so it can't be much longer. Unfortunately, I don't know what the SKU is.
Of course, May 4 may be just the date that the big MediaFlo switch is flipped to on for Joe Public.
At any rate, mis-information is better than no information at all..isn't it?
Honestly, no worries..it will be here soon. Just make sure you scrimp up enough pennies...this thing isn't cheap.
I am North of 60 so I need help understanding the difference vu vs iphone ie no wifi is that a big deal 8g, 16g 32g etc vs the vu--would it be true vu does not have calendar, calulator and so on thanks
Does this phone have chat style texting like the iPhone? i have use an iPhone and BBerry (berry rocks anything i have ever had), and looking to get rid of the iPhone (though i LOVE the phone, just had for awhile), but i will find it VERy difficult to leave the chat style texting.
Not going to lie, this phone looks to have a lot of potential. Most definitely like the fact that you can use a full QWERTY keypad with SMS. The whole TV functionality looks like it'll certainly make those "killing the time" moments more enjoyable. I don't know about the interface though. Looks simple enough, but it doesn't have a WOW factor. Not that it's really going to matter, seeing how the features speak for themselves. Wouldn't be surprised if this phone gives the IPhone some competition, assuming that it's going to be a little bit more budget friendly. Now I'm not knocking it, because I know very little about it, but it looks like it's a revised edition of Verizon's Voyager. It'll certainly be an interesting device to play aro... (continues)