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Dec 4, 2009, 1:43 PM

Release this phone already, Verizon!

I wish they would approve this phone so that I can pick two of them up. I am ready for some video messaging! 🤤

No more "...so what are you wearing?"

More like "...slower, slower...right there, right there!"

Nov 13, 2009, 7:13 AM

No Audio Jack ?

With the exception of the Sony's proprietary audio connector, I don't know any phone today that don't have some sort of audio connector. I listen to a lot of music on my phone so this a deal breaker.
Oh and the company's website is eerie similar to the http://www.onthegovideo.com not sure what that is about.
The mini usb port will likely have an adapter for audio. There is always bluetooth as well.

Nov 11, 2009, 12:30 PM

What does this mean?

They say "open development". Does this mean that they will FINALLY allow non-VZW branded handsets onto their network, or does it simply mean that they will only allow certified non-branded phones onto their network?

I can't see the Saygus selling all that well considering the Droid is probably a better phone, can be more heavily subsidized, and is supported by Verizon.
Verizon won't just allow any device however. It must pass their testing.

Nov 11, 2009, 5:05 PM

I want one

2 way video is going to cut down on the "what are you wearing" questions and get down to the "take that off."

Nov 11, 2009, 7:46 PM

Definitely don't like...

...that it won't be branded as a Verizon device, nor supported by Verizon. That's not a good thing.
Its not a good thing for the soccer mom who wants a touchscreen phone like the droid. But that isnt the target market for this device.

They are going after developers with this device most likely or people that really like to tinker with their pho...
There's nothing wrong with excessive choice in the wireless industry. Having more and different devices available on more and more carriers is only going to raise the tide for everyone.

So what if it's not for everyone? I wish these guys as much s...
The entire wireless industry is messed up! These companies should be PHONE & INTERNET companies, and therefore provide a service, not devices!

It's been over 4yrs since I bought a phone from ATT, I pay for a signal, not phones. I want to buy a pho...

Nov 11, 2009, 11:57 AM

What a beast!

I hope there's a huge battery in there. Being able to function as a router is sweet...you can be your own walking hotspot with unlimited data for smartphones!
Windows Mobile devices have been able to utilize the router function for awhile. Nice to see you don't have to hack the phone to do it tho.
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