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We should see pretty soon if the specs are accurate. Personally, I suspect the innards will be a little beefier than the ones listed.

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One of these days phones will come with 'network modules' that will allow you to change the type of cell network you can connect to?? Maybe? Hopefully?

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Oh, and retain everything else on your phone: contacts, email, apps, etc. No need to restore from a backup or any other BS. Even your phone # will remain. Hey, a guy can dream can't he?

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I am curious on this device. I want to say I'll jump at it, but...

 

  • If I get the new Nokia tablet, it'll definitely be the LTE variant. Do I need a phablet this large and a 10.1 tablet?
  • I am worried the apps to leverage this device will be few and far between for a while... although I am sure Nokia will surprise us.
  • Maybe I get the phablet and a less portable haswell convertible/laptop? Although I really don't enjoy using Windows 8 with a mouse.
  • I still debate going back to Android for my phone.
    • Podcasting apps are killing me, along with the constant waiting for other apps (like Xbox Music and Nokia Music) to resume.
    • Sometimes I have a great day and experience with my Lumia 925, other days I want to give up. (But not for long!)
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I'm torn on the phablet model, I presently own a Dell latitude 10 tablet running W 8.1 and am happy with it, I feel its the perfect size for me. Not too large and not too small with great battery life.

 

A phablet is a step up for me from a regular cell phone but still isn't big enough to supplant a regular tablet.

 

I think I prefer my Galaxy S4's 5 in screen for a phone and my Dell straddles the right size for portability and being productive.

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