I saw the breakdown of Amazon's new phone and how how it is to repair... and saw that it would be more expensive to replace the front glass because of the extra cameras...
you are imposing your own personal beliefs on how others should feel, which is wrong. What you should say is... a larger phone is not for YOU.... and that you are NOT the target consumer for those types of devices.
It's highly unlikely it would come with any stylus... at best, it would have "support" for one that you would have to buy separately.
sounds like you don't have internet at home or spend a lot of data using bit torrent.
I have a feeling the next Nexus phone will cost a bit more this time around.
Not sure if these are really great deals or not.... they are both last years or last model's version... and $400 seems to be about the going rate for unlocked version or FREE from your carrier.
Of course... for a long time they didn't allow SD cards or removable batteries in their phones... so people who wanted/needed that feature went with Samsung.
It's funny you should say that... From my experience... Samsung's devices are solidly built... I ordered an HTC One M8 for someone... and the finish on the phone is terrible... too slippery... Had to order a case because the lady I got that for didn't want to use the phone without one. There was an article about how the case on that phone being too smooth...
I played around the the HTC One M8 for a couple of weeks while I was setting it up for someone. The person who bought the phone was too scared to use it without some kind of case because it was so slipper... I ended up ordering a clear bumper case for it.
I think it would be more accurate to say 4.7" is too big for YOU... I have a Galaxy Note 2, which is 5.5" and I find that a bit small.. I wouldn't mind having something close to 6"... that would be the perfect size for a phone... for me at least.
It's probably NOT a good idea to get this on Verizon. The tablet already has a lot of bloatware as is and lags a lot... now you have to factor in Verizon stuff... plus this is severely overpriced.
You are assuming this is the successor of the Nexus 10 and NOT the Nexus 7.
Perhaps because the final/actual specs are not publicly know at this time...
I was going to test this out on my new Samsung Tablet but it says it's not compatible with it... only with my Note 2 phone... too bad.
Why not just go to the Play Store and search for Oyster....