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byPublished on 05-16-2014 09:30 PM
A little bit more information about the launch day phones has surfaced. These are the little phone placards they place in front of the devices in the stores.
Thread: http://www.cricketusers.com/general-...ess-plans.html ...byPublished on 05-13-2014 07:31 AM
Here's the first information that I've obtained about the upcoming plan changes for the new Cricket Wireless. As details about visual voicemail and other features pop up, I'll include them in this post.
With this much known, what are your thoughts? ...byPublished on 05-04-2014 08:46 PM
(forward to 1:16 if you just want to watch the underwater video)
The only reason I pulled this out of my thread is to make sure it is visible. The question arose whether or not an aftermarket QI receiver will cause the Galaxy S5 to leak water. The answer is in the video. You can actually hear the phone start to malfunction. I knew this was a high risk trial. It was a gamble and I lost. Well technically my wife lost. She now hates the Note 3 I have her using .
If you look at the picture above, you can see the smooth path around the inside of the ...byPublished on 04-29-2014 09:36 PM
Wondering what the quality of a video shot with the Samsung Galaxy S5 is compared to a GoPro 3 Black Edition is? I thought you'd never ask... I've used cell phones to gather track day telemetry. If your phone captures decent video, it can make a great addition to a GoPro and help capture another angle...
I realize that most people won't use the phone to capture video on their dash. It just sort of serves as a video benchmark. I'll shoot another video when it's sunny for comparison ...byPublished on 04-27-2014 09:08 PM
So what is this product? Is it:
1. A wireless QI charging pad that has a 4800mAh battery.
2. A 4800mAh potable charger with a QI wireless charging pad.
It functions like 2 products in one. All can be explain in the video below. This product is currently sold on Amazon for $56.99 shipped.
...byPublished on 04-18-2014 09:57 PM
The ZTE Prelude is a 3G device on AIO Wireless that will be brought over to the new Cricket.
byPublished on 04-18-2014 09:08 PM
- Android Jellybean 4.1.1
- 1Ghz Processor
- 2MP rear facing camera
- 3.5" LCD
After writing a little snippet about the ZTE Sonata, I thought it might be worth it to note that on a GSM network, 4G doesn't necessarily mean LTE. The Sonata is 4G capable because many GSM carriers consider HSPA / HSPA + 4G.This device is LTE capable.
byPublished on 04-18-2014 08:08 PM
- 1.2Ghz processor
- Android Jellybean 4.1
- 4" screen
- 5MP rear and 1MP front camera
This will probably be one of the first GSM devices on Cricket Wireless. It's no surprise as it is being carried over from AIO.
I don't know what is going on, but at the time of this article I can't click the details button on AIO's website for this device. It gives a 404 not found error.
I do have the specifications below though:
byPublished on 04-16-2014 05:41 PM
- Dual core 1.4 Ghz
- 4" LCD Display
- 5MP camera with flash
- 1GB RAM / 4GB ROM
- Jellybean 4.1.2
- 1785 mAh battery
In this video I run the phones in my possession through the latest release of Antutu Benchmark and Quadrant Advanced. The results were exactly what I expected. Full stats on the devices are in the video (watch in HD).
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