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Just days ahead of the #OnePlusOne's official debut, leaked images have revealed the phone itself, its StyleSwap covers and its #CyanogenMod 11S software. Now that we've finally gotten a peek at the #OnePlus One, what do you think of it?

http://www.phonedog.com/2014/04/19/oneplus-one-leaks-reveal-the-phone-itself-its-styleswap-covers-and-cyanogenmod-11s/
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+Jose Lopez depends. What are you upgrading from? If you just got a nexus 5 like me then yeah upgrading is pointless and stupid for a phone that's barely better. But if your using a 2012 model or earlier android phone, probably Worth it
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Following #HTC's claim that it will focus more on marketing in 2014, the company has hired Paul Golden, a marketing executive that was responsible for launching #Samsung's #Galaxy brand. Do you think 2014 will be better for HTC than 2013 was?
Earlier this year, HTC said that one of the ways that it planned to make 2014 better than 2013 was with a renewed focus on marketing. It looks like the company was serious about that, as it’s gone out and gotten itself a new marketing person who helped to create another mobile brand. Sources have told Bloomberg that HTC recently hired Paul Golden,...
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Lol trolling👆👆👆
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Have you managed to rid yourself of any kind of wireless contract in the last year or so? If so, did you just choose not to renew your old contract, or did you switch to a pre-paid alternative?
We've been waiting for change in the mobile industry for a long time. Some of us are probably still waiting for it in key areas, but for the most part we're seeing some real change. Progress, even. It was never going to happen over night, but the fact we're seeing it happen at all is good news. Especially for the future. But some things...
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+John Meyer Virgon Mobile definitely does (where available). They use Sprint so if you have Sprint LTE in your area you'll get it. 
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Hooray for more megabytes! #ATT has announced that on April 25, it will increase the data allotments of its #GoPhone #prepaid #smartphones plans and add mobile hotspot support to its $60 offering.
Last year, we saw AT&T axe several of its GoPhone plans and replace them with fresh offerings . Now AT&T is at it again, as the big blue carrier has announced that it’s making some tweaks to its prepaid plans. AT&T says that on April 25, it’ll be boosting the data allotments of some of its GoPhone plans....
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+Mario McIntosh 2GB to 2.5GB. So no increase. 
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Following AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile's #LGG2 #KitKat updates, #Verizon today posted the official details for its own #LG G2 #Android 4.4.2 bump. Check out the full changelog at the link below!
The LG G2 has already been bumped up to Android 4.4 on AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile in 2013, and now it’s Verizon’s turn to treat its G2-toting customers to some KitKat goodness. Verizon today posted the official Android 4.4.2 changelog for its version of the LG G2. The update bumps the Verizon G2 up to software version VS98024A and includes the...
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The commercials with RDJ are funny definitely. But i know what HTC stands for and am aware of the one. If your not aware of the One what does "Hold this Cat" mean for you? It just means the commercial is funny, but you have no idea who in the hell HTC is outside of the commercial. Sounds far fetched to us because we're tech geeks we've read all the articles. But to the average joe scmoe with a galaxy S or iPhone they are clueless about HTC and have no idea what the commercial is advertising!
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Today some #OnePlus One sample photos have been released, giving us a preview of what the device's 13-megapixel camera is capable of. What do you think of these images? Have they gotten you more interested in the #OnePlusOne?
OnePlus may have already revealed most of the One’s specs along with its launch countries and some vague pricing information, but the company’s not done teasing its new smartphone quite yet. Today OnePlus forum user “Martinrm” posted several photos taken with the OnePlus One’s 13-megapixel camera. The images include some foliage, bricks, graffiti,...
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good pics but still not interested in the phone
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Do you think smartphones with optical zoom cameras (think Galaxy S4 Zoom) would sell better if they were thinner?

http://www.phonedog.com/2014/04/18/there-is-a-simple-solution-to-make-optical-zoom-lenses-work-for-smartphones/
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S4 zoom is horrible who want a phone in the camera???
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#Verizon has revealed that it's now pushing an update to its version of the #HTCOneM8 that includes a handful of enhancements. We've got the full list of tweaks at the link below!
Looks like the LG G2 isn’t the only Verizon smartphone that’s getting a software update today . Verizon has posted the official changelog for a new update that’s headed for the HTC One (M8) . This maintenance update will bump Verizon’s One (M8) to software version 1.55.605.2 and includes a handful of tweaks: ...
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Late last night, a Samsung executive  device to drop a pretty big bomb of a tease on us regarding the next Galaxy Note device. We should expect the new gadget sometime in the second half of 2014, and it will reportedly boast a new form factor. What would you like to see in a new physical design from the Galaxy Note lineup?
Something that doesn't happen nearly enough (despite it happening twice in a very recent period of time), is an official tease. OnePlus is teasing their upcoming One device more than enough for everyone, I imagine, but the other companies out there just don't do it enough. They let us stew in our own contemplation and anticipation, as they...
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+Sonny Causey well said ... this guy needs to be exposed as the fraud that he is along with his direction-less quartet of followers who honestly believe he's something worthwhile
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