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Better believe it. It's 100% true.

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Ever heard of a man named Carl Sagan? He once said that extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.. seeing as this isn't the most extravagant of claims, I won't be too demanding when it comes to your evidence. So, proof?
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I'm excited, this is gonna be my next phone too as long as it comes to Verizon (exclusive or not).
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and yeah by all accounts it seems to be very real.

The guy using it did look like he was still getting used to the ICS though.
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Ever heard of a man named Carl Sagan? He once said that extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.. seeing as this isn't the most extravagant of claims, I won't be too demanding when it comes to your evidence. So, proof?
1. There's no way that any experienced developer can create a highly polished home replacement launcher of that magnitude - unless it's Google.

2. Everything's different from Gingerbread, from the scrolling of the app drawer to the widgets tab. No way this is just a mere mod.

3. If you have seen the app switcher, it looks and feels like Honeycomb. No available 3rd party app exists to emulate the Honeycomb UI of this scale.
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1. There's no way that any experienced developer can create a highly polished home replacement launcher of that magnitude - unless it's Google.

2. Everything's different from Gingerbread, from the scrolling of the app drawer to the widgets tab. No way this is just a mere mod.

3. If you have seen the app switcher, it looks and feels like Honeycomb. No available 3rd party app exists to emulate the Honeycomb UI of this scale.
As much as I want to believe this video is real, I can't justify it. Yes it looks different, and "highly polished" (actually it doesn't, seems like there is a lot of delay in the video) And the person using the phone doesn't show what version of Android it is, or even the phone for that matter. Looks like a Nexus S to me
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Who. Gives. A. Crap.

It's a damn cellphone.
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As much as I want to believe this video is real, I can't justify it. Yes it looks different, and "highly polished" (actually it doesn't, seems like there is a lot of delay in the video) And the person using the phone doesn't show what version of Android it is, or even the phone for that matter. Looks like a Nexus S to me
What your saying make perfect sense, and if you right is it really a bad thing?
If you don't like the guys "skin" then no harm done its fake right? ICS will look different.
If you do like it, and it is fake then there is a good chance that it will be available for download, and you still get a good looking skin.
    
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post #28 of 44
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Who. Gives. A. Crap.

It's a damn cellphone.
Apparently you do, if you were compelled enough to post in this thread
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As much as I want to believe this video is real, I can't justify it. Yes it looks different, and "highly polished" (actually it doesn't, seems like there is a lot of delay in the video) And the person using the phone doesn't show what version of Android it is, or even the phone for that matter. Looks like a Nexus S to me
Dude, you're doubting too much.



Take a hard look at the device. Does it have capacitative buttons? Nope. Does it have a larger screen? Yes. Not a Nexus S.






Proof enough for you?
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post #30 of 44
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Dude, you're doubting too much.
Proof enough for you?
And I think you are too eager

So images that can be easily manipulated and thus serve as no real evidence, are proof enough for you? It seems like we are at opposite ends of the baloney detection kit.
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