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Your 1st comment makes little to zero sense, I said Apple has a chance to make the worlds first unlocked CDMA/GSM phone.

You slammed me for being 15 years behind and talked about a phone that was GSM unlocked, and that has zero relevance in this context.

I guess I expect nonsensical replies in general, but I wonder if you can't put a bit more care into understanding what people are writing, before you try and blast them.
Saying "the first unlocked CDMA/GSM smartphone" means "the first unlocked CDMA or GSM smartphone", which can also be written as "the first unlocked phone, be it CDMA or GSM". Therefore, showing that there have been GSM smartphones that were available unlocked is a logical counterargument.

If what you meant to say was "first unlocked dual-mode phone", you'd still be wrong, as there are the HTC Oboe and a few others that I can't remember off the top of my head.
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Difference in philosophy I guess. All hardcore Android users care about is specs on paper rather than the actual experience with the device.
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This this this this this.

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Haha, so true...
Sorry? What can my SGS II not do what an iPhone4 does?
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Sorry? What can my SGS II not do what an iPhone4 does?
Why the hate. The iPhone 4 is a good phone. I'd pick iOS over Android any day
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Why the hate. The iPhone 4 is a good phone. I'd pick iOS over Android any day
Not hating the iPhone4; it's a good phone.

I'm wondering what my phone can't do towards this so called "user experience" that the iPhone4 dominates in?

I know I can download, view content, etc., on a cellular network faster then the iPhone4.
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Not hating the iPhone4; it's a good phone.

I'm wondering what my phone can't do towards this so called "user experience" that the iPhone4 dominates in?
I guess the argument can go either way really.

I just think it's cool with androids you can root them and do some god knows what with them.

I'm an apple fanboy.

I dislike the larger screens that android phones typically feature.

I find iOS smooth and a pleasant experience, after owning a 3G, 3GS, and iPhone 4.
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Not hating the iPhone4; it's a good phone.

I'm wondering what my phone can't do towards this so called "user experience" that the iPhone4 dominates in?
People usually think that a good user experience has to do with consistency, when variety and versatility can also be a factor.

At least it won't pain me to jailbreak an iPhone just to have the look I wanted, when Android can basically cater to my own definitions of a good UI even on stock, unrooted.
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I guess the argument can go either way really.

I just think it's cool with androids you can root them and do some god knows what with them.

I'm an apple fanboy.

I dislike the larger screens that android phones typically feature.

I find iOS smooth and a pleasant experience, after owning a 3G, 3GS, and iPhone 4.
Are you able to answer my question?
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They designed along the a4 which samsung benefited from as the hummingbird.

The a5 again is apple designed and they own intrisity.
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Uhh? The A5 is designed by Apple.

No.
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People usually think that a good user experience has to do with consistency, when variety and versatility can also be a factor.

At least it won't pain me to jailbreak an iPhone just to have the look I wanted, when Android can basically cater to my own definitions of a good UI even on stock, unrooted.
How is my SGS II not consistent?
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The iPhone is just sexy. epicness hands down. It needs some flash though lol.
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