New iDen clamshell is on the way. i420.
But, the prevail does.metro has 4g boost has shrinkage. Hmmmm
6.5 hours talk time (boost 3g android)
3.0 hours talk time (metro 4g android)
Pros and cons
Oh I forgot sprint has been out longer so they might have more reliable network then metro so, lets see do I want, boost/virgin or metro
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It seems like another in store exclusive
Any word on a new blackberry?
Hey I haven't seen that phone on the Boost Mobile website.
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Probably not untill after Sprint/Rim roll out new blackberies on postpaid contracts would be my guess. Looking at late summer/fall time frame at the earliest.Originally Posted by stargazer45040
^ Speeds under perfect tower(average is 300-800k).
I hope Boost jumps on the 4g bandwagon, some nice 4g devices would be nice.
I seriously doubt it would ever happen.
Boost isn't in it for the extreme data eccentric fans.
Is it just me (viewing by mobile from work) or does that phone look like an exact replica of the new i475 Clutch? If the new Clutch is as weakly made as the old one and this (Motorola Theory) is a CDMA version then it way over priced. I have had a lot of hands on with the original Clutch and it wasn't worth the Black Friday price of $59.95 I paid when the fiancee had to have it.
Looks can be deceiving...........I remember the first time I saw a Clutch online at the Boost website, I thought wow that looks as good as the 8350i that I bought for twice that amount. Seeing it up close in person, my first reaction was much different.