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Sprint Razr 2 V9M release date!!

Discussion in 'Sprint Forum' started by RJB, Aug 10, 2007.

  1. SmArTeStChIlD421

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    my neighbor has the sync from AT&T and it has a really nice screen with camera too
     
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    From what I read on the Verizon board, Sprint being first and only out of the gate will be short-lived as big red will release the phone on their web site on 8/29.
     
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    I hear you but it is STILL A Samsung...;)
     
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    Well in that case Sprint is just dumb. I guess VZW bumped their date from September up to 8/29 to combat Sprint?
     
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    I'm thinking the same thing.
     
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    yeah............VZW isnt gonna let Sprint tarnish their name by releasing a phone before them
     
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    I read somewhere that Verizon is releasing the phone earlier than originally planned because of Sprint and they are matching the price by adding another $50.00 to their rebate (now $100 instead of $50).
     
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    Maybe so but I know for sure which version of this phone I would rather have. SPRINT
     
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    yeah................i dont like Sprints firmware overlay at all but Verizon screws over the whole UI...............its ridic.....................but yeah i think that the AT&T version will prolli be the best overall
     
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    I got to admit, if I wanted this phone, I would prefer the GSM version, mostly for the carrier versatility. But I am not much of a fan of the RAZR series anymore, so I'll enjoy this vicariously through my WA buddies...
     
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    yeah well the UI for this one at least for the GSm series looks like an improvement on the same old Moto UI???
     
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    It is believe me.
     
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    well the Sprint version is gonna have the Sprint overlay on it..............im wondering if the Motorola factory UI on the GSM versions are better.......
     
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    If it's anything like it was in the past, then I would say yes. I always loved Moto's UI. There were so many cool features and options.
     
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    yeah i liked how technical the UI was but i little bit of sprucing up of the UI would be cool..............but i do like the features that the current UI offers such as network and band selection and things like that.............the Data Connection profiles are also easier to handle
     
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