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You never had the memory problem they patched OTA Ray?
@smartguy Nope, never had an issue with the card.
I wonder if the ones they handed out were a different run or something. Interesting.
@smartguy From what I read, it was an issue with maybe 35% of the phones distributed at Google I/O.
Off topic, but what do you think of the dual sim and double sim handsets nokia showed off the other day? I think that is neat.
@smartguy Phones like that are pretty common in Asia. I refer to the feature as "mistress mode".
Mistress mode is not why I found it neat lol.
Have you seen the Dell Streak? Any thoughts? I am looking forward to it, it seems like it has everything.
@SlickyFats I have seen the Dell Streak. I love that it uses Gorilla Glass. I'm curious to see if the screen size makes it too big to be pocketable. The 4.3-inch screen on my Evo seems like the perfect blend. I don't like that the Streak uses Android 1.6 and AT&T's 3G bands. I'm also not sold on Dell's UI customizations.
Why would someone use such an old version of a free and substantially supported OS?
I was thinking the same thing. Is it as easy as just doing an update?
@smartguy That's the peril of going with a heavily customized skin. Dell's developers probably started coding with 1.6 and did too much work to start over again if they wanted to make a summer launch.
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