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Dec 1, 2012, 1:10 AM
over in the "Samsung Rugby III Hits AT&T December 14 for $99" discussion:


Is this phone any different than the one they released 5 years ago?
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Sep 24, 2012, 8:41 AM
over in the "Samsung Provides List of Devices to Receive Jelly Bean" discussion:

Manufacturer tells us it's coming - carriers play keep away. Sigh...

The carriers need time to do "research and ad their own apps" or in some cases remove features or limit the phones capabilities.
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Mar 16, 2012, 8:03 AM
over in the "Review: Samsung Rugby Smart for AT&T" discussion:

I would totally get this if.....

I have an Infuse now, I think I would get ticked of at a screen that small now lol. I really hope they put out another with a slightly larger screen. I'd totally pay for it.
The Phoenix

Mar 13, 2012, 4:03 PM
over in the "Review: Samsung Rugby Smart for AT&T" discussion:

not a bad device...

I wonder if the screen is gorilla glass, or something extra/more durable??? I think I will be offering my old samsung infuse 4g (upgraded to the note) up for a trade for this devcie and use this as my dedeicated "take to the beach phone". Cool
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Mar 6, 2012, 2:29 PM


5 GB of RAM ? Wow.. that's pretty crazy !
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T Bone

Feb 23, 2012, 11:59 AM
over in the "Samsung Brings Android to Rugby Line" discussion:

Android 2.3?

It is time for Google to step in like Microsoft has done with WP7 devices and demand a certain degree of uniformity and consistency across its Android devices, such as similar hardware and a commitment to timely updates.

Android 2.3 is more than a year out of date, there is absolutely no excuse for ANY manufacturer to still be releasing new devices with 2.3 on it. Would it REALLY be so difficult for Samsung to release this device with Ice Cream Sandwich on it?

Google needs to impose a policy, any new Android device has to have the most recent version of Android. No more of this 'more than a year out of date the day you buy it' nonsense.

If Google cannot or will not impose these reasonable requirements upon OEM's, then Android's ...
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