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Are too many flagships too large? Are you hoping that smaller flagships eventually make a comeback?

http://www.phonedog.com/2014/04/23/smaller-handsets-could-make-a-comeback-any-day-now/
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4.5-5” is the perfect size for a phone. I prefer my Galaxy S4 over the Galaxy S5 in terms of the form. Hopefully they change that and be a bit more reasonable for the Galaxy S6
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Samsung Gear Fit review: Is Samsung's smallest Gear band worth its hefty price?

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Looking for a new easy game that tells a hilarious story too?  

Check out our full review of Neon Commander!  http://www.phonedog.com/2014/04/23/neon-commander-app-review-sponsored/
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#ATT #4G #LTE is making its way into several new U.S. markets today, including ones in #Ohio, #Pennsylvania and #WestVirginia. Check out the full list of markets at the link below!
Heads up, AT&T customers, because your carrier announced today that it’s trying to help you over the mid-week hump with some piping hot 4G LTE coverage. AT&T today announced that it’s rolled new LTE service out to several markets across the country. The list of newly-activated locales that’ve been named so far includes: Ketchikan, Alaska Maui,...
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A recent study has shown that #Galaxy smartphone owners spend little time #in Samsung's custom apps, opting instead to use #Google apps like Search and #YouTube. Do you ever use any of the preloaded apps that came on your smartphone or tablet?
Samsung is known for loading its phones up with custom apps like S Health, S Note, S Voice, ChatON and more. But do Galaxy owners actually use these apps? That’s what research firm Strategy Analytics set out to determine. Based on data from more than 250 Galaxy S III and Galaxy S 4 owners that was gathered in March 2014, Strategy Analytics reports...
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All of you guys are layingers
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Earlier this month, a rumor claimed that a Glamour Red version of the #HTCOneM8 will be released by #Verizon. Now an image of that very device has leaked out. What do you think of this red #HTC One (M8)? Would you buy one if it were available on your preferred carrier?

http://www.phonedog.com/2014/04/23/glamour-red-htc-one-m8-kyocera-brigadier-for-verizon-revealed-in-leaked-images/
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+Marques Brownlee Hope you know this! Your obsession
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#Apple today posted its Q2 FY14 results, including #iPhone sales of 43.7 million and #iPad sales of 16.35 million. More details from Apple's Q2 FY14 report can be found at the link below. Did you pick up any new #iOS devices recently? If so, what'd you get?

http://www.phonedog.com/2014/04/23/apple-q2-fy14-results-include-sales-of-43-7-million-iphones-16-35-million-ipads/
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+rajan nakarmi who use a Bluetooth these days? That crap make you look like a douche. 
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#Sprint has announced a new software update for its version of the #Samsung #GalaxyS5 that includes several bug fixes. How many of you have already picked up a Galaxy S5? If you have, what do you think of it so far?
Have you treated yourself to a Sprint Galaxy S5 since its launch earlier this month? If so, you’ll be pleased to know that your device will be treated to its first software update starting today, April 23. Sprint has announced the ND2 update for its version of the Samsung Galaxy S5. This update bumps the Galaxy S5 up to software version...
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Do you hope to see more phones in the future priced like the OnePlus One or the Nexus line? 

http://www.phonedog.com/2014/04/23/it-s-the-dawn-of-a-new-cheap-era-for-good-smartphones/
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What a dramatic article.
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The games that we can download from any app store right onto our phones are a great way to kill some time, and they can also be a ridiculous amount of fun, too. Have you played any games that you've really enjoyed recently?

http://www.phonedog.com/2014/04/23/what-are-you-playing/
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Bad land. Amazing game. Great graphics. 
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