Top message: So, it's a fatter a900? by monkeyracer
Replying to: Re: So, it's a fatter a900? by jtorkelson
Re: So, it's a fatter a900?
I didn't think so, we are SPECULATING on the price right now, when it is released we will know the price. Until then shut up.
"Selling through them as fast as you can." It will only take our store a day to sell all five that they will send us. If samsung sends us more, then fine, I can sell ice cubes to eskimoes. I'm sure there are some people that find this phone attractive, and as I've said, it will sell. But for the rest of the people looking for a bluetooth EVDO phone, a lot will find the A920 a better phone.
This has strayed from the topic, who cares about the price, let that be argued on that thread. I'm talking about the redundancy of this model. There is nothing revolutionary about this phone, and the only thing setting it apart from the A900 or A920 is the OLED and the motion fun. (Which none of my customers have asked about or used after it was demoed.)
Yes, it's obvious I can't tell the future and predict what the phone price is, but I can tell that this is a redundant phone.
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