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post #91 of 99
another one, sorry
post #92 of 99
loaded froyo+sense onto my evo it is awesome, finally full flash support edit: decided to switch back to 2.1 since it wasn't fully stable, and since i like my homescreen so much here's a screen shot =)
post #93 of 99
I was playing around with a Samsung Galaxy S today. Great screen and pretty snappy operation but it was bogged down by T-Mobile's crappy software. Otherwise, it seemed pretty damn sweet.
post #94 of 99
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Originally Posted by Baron View Post
The real reason I'm at here is because I'm ready to become an iPhone defector. The horrible fucking reception/network problems are driving me away. A significant number of my calls are dropped every day, and incoming calls often go straight to my voicemail. I'm starting to look at the HTC Evo, Incredible and the Nexus One.

AT&T might be at fault here...
post #95 of 99
I love my Dell Streak. You guys in the colonies are getting it by the end of the month.
post #96 of 99
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loaded froyo+sense onto my evo it is awesome, finally full flash support

edit: decided to switch back to 2.1 since it wasn't fully stable, and since i like my homescreen so much here's a screen shot =)

How much battery life are you getting? I had a smartphone that would only give me around 4-5 hours a day of use and 2 days of standby and I found it unbearable.
post #97 of 99
It's not much for multimedia, but I have a Casio G'Zone. Has a built in compass, pedometer, tide charts, star charts, moon chart, thermometer, etc.. It's also waterproof and shockproof. One of the things that's pretty cool is dunking it in a picther of stout at a bar and calling it to watch the blue light up.

I'm easily amused.
post #98 of 99
I'm getting fairly good battery life after all the mods I've installed. The rom I'm running tries to maximize battery life by having only essential apps running when not in use and I close everything after I'm done. I would estimate 7-8 maybe more hours of heavy usage and I estimate 3-4 days of standby(haven't actually tested how long). It's actually not the display that uses the most power but the OS lol. I actually just installed an over/underclocking app so my battery life should go much higher. With the underclock on standby it should last about 8 days I was reading XDA forums and several people have gotten about 40 hours of moderate usage on a charge, some people underclock and underpower the phone when not in use which extends the life a lot, here's a thread where people talk about how their batteries last. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=730978 edit: 8-2-10 decided to switch back to froyo now that it has been officially released and people are cooking stable ROMs, also decided to go with a new homescreen i've been getting much better battery life with froyo and i'm at ~40 mflops on linpack and before on eclair i was at ~7 so it's way faster now damn it's a ton of fun customizing the home screen, here's another
post #99 of 99
interesting discussion. Thank you for sharing the information
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