If the AT&T/T-Mobile merger goes through...
no, but the Evo Shift crushes it
the evo shift crushes the evo 3D??
i dunno what ur smoking bro, but i'll take a half-o if ya got it
Going to be interesting for sure
If you mean by overall size then I must question your sources. I watched engadget give them a side-by-side comparison, the size is almost identical with the Evo 3D being a tad bit thicker.
Happy about the dedicated camera button, not so much about the lack of the kickstand
Look at it from the carrier side. If someone has a smartphone data package and ISN'T using it to the max they are getting money for services offered but not used. They make more money in the long run.
Apple made them drop the data pack so they could be put on "even" terms. As far as I've always heard iphones use data like crazy and would pump out overages on a lesser data pack and Apple didn't want the competition to have an advantage.
Sorry if I hadn't clarfyed that!!
or so i have heard from sources i have inside sprint.
Good plans and some great phones do not make it anymore. Plagued by dropped calls (iden) and poor management (per anaylist) Sprint is unfortunatly in a very bad place.
They can only make one more merger or accusition before facing serious devaluation in the stock market. Many finacial managers will not purchase or sell their stock now.
Sort of sad but, this is an industry that is in major makeover mode. Our data networks are getting stressed with more data needs than support and with the increased smart phone demand is going to create serious issues for all of us.
And be sure that the hungry lawyers out there will attack...
Great phones and great rates are exactly what attracts customers and a large customer base is what drives stock prices. Sprint is making the steps it needs to.
Does not mean that they are without serious issues though. Stock prices do not mean a company is doing that well. Shall we bring up Enron or others.
Everyone is getting great phones. Sprint does not make them. Sprint only supports them. Same as others.
Sprint is smaller and faces serious challanges. Customer perception is the key and dressed up surveys do not resolve network issues.
I do want Sprint to survive but they need to change the way they take care of people. I for one would never be under contract with them. But again I would not be under contract to anyone. And I am not. I get a better price and have real expectations about phones. They are not critical for my life....
When you say they need to do a better job of taking care of people what do you mean specifically?