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A bit off topic, but why is it that just about every Samsung phone Sprint comes out with has a talk time of just 3 hours and requires you to buy an extended battery the size of a brick in order to avoid having to charge your phone every single day? You would think in this day and age, with technology being what it is, that someone would figure out that in order to pack that much into a cell phone, it needs to have a decent battery on it. Is it really that hard to do? I know that CDMA technology requires much more juice than GSM technology, but still..... the advancement of batteries lags so far behind the advancement of the phone, and Samsungs seem to be the worst. The Sanyo line up for Sprint isn't that bad battery-wise, but geesh.... You can't do anything with a Samsung Sprint phone without lugging your charges with you everywhere you go.
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