Making it thicker for better lasting battery would be preferred, but LTE isn't a must for everyone. I regularly get 10-15 Mb/s on my non-LTE Galaxy S3 on T-Mobile. I've never needed more than that and I watch MLB.tv live streaming games without a hitch.
If this ran stock android with KitKat, which is suppose to be optimized to run well on budget hardware, then I'd think this had a chance (if priced @ $100). But a highly skinned version of android gives this little to no hope at ahh price.
I can easily see this becoming the #1 seller on T-mobile. When the average customer looks at the S4, One, or iPhone and sees the $25 or so payment plan the Moto G starts to look real good.
2000 New employees by the end of summer makes me think this phone isn't even close to release. I was kinda hoping this was coming a lot sooner.
It's been said that all the different features that Sense adds from stock android is one of the main reasons updates are so slow to come. How will the 'One' try to make updates available quicker?
Winner, winner chicken dinner.
If #1 comes true, I wouldn't care about the other 12. Dream come true.
2 years ago in reply to 13 Android predictions for 2013
Exactly. kinda like "If you don't have an iphone you can't do this" "If you don't have an iphone you can't do that" All the while you're screaming at the t.v. saying I DON"T have an iphone and I CAN do that.
I'm in need of a tablet. And free is my price range.
Must be my forgotten Christmas present.
I'm tracking Santa on NORAD now. I think I can see this prize package in the sleigh and it has my name on it.