over in the "Hands-On: Android 4.1 Jelly Bean" discussion:
Well I just ordered my 32gb Galaxy S3 at 2:20am last night. (they weren't ready at midnight even though the said it would be available online on July 1st. They begged off that claim by saying the meant PST)
Anyway.... is there reason to be hopefull that 4.1 will come to the GS3 any time soon?
over in the "Sprint's LTE to Launch On 1900MHz Only" discussion:
What about 3G EVDO?
If they're launching LTE on their 1900 band (which is what their CDMA EVDO 2G/3G network works on nationwide)... won't that restrict/hurt 3G users more than the new LTE users? I thought their 3G network was already being hammered by all the unlimited data smartphone users they have?
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:
Yet ANOTHER reason to go with Sprint!
Any clue what this FREE application would do to your bill if you had data capped or tiered at 2GB or how your user experience would be compromised if you were throttled after exceeding what you carrier called heavy usage? It's NOT "pretty".
Between steaming Pandora on my car stereo or streaming Netflix to my tv via my EVO by way of HDMI video out my monthly data usage is sick! But this allows my EVO to live up to being the swiss army knife of moviles devices and that's not even addressing everything else that it can do for me when I don't have to watch my data use or worry about high bills or throttling my data speeds.
This is by far one of the more impressive apps since Slingbox and Pandora. Great 1st release!
Use common sense now, its a GSM phone on T-Mo, itll have access to the HSPA+ and the camera is the same as the one in the other galaxy S phones so it will record 720p, and Flash support is native to android 2.2 so yes android 2.3 will definitely support it.