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Watching Build, Super excited to hear that the Lumia will be coming to all carriers this summer with varying colors.  This is exciting news for me anyway!

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Son of a bi***.  Didn't catch that part going through the twitter stream.   Still, more carriers internationally means I am more likely to find a GSM band that is compatible with 4G/LTE for TMobile.

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Yeah sorry guys, my fault for the misinformed title, FinsUpDNC set me straight. It is so disappointing there was no flagship announcements for the major US carriers. The 630 and 635 are not exciting, I want an Icon like flagship on all US carriers ASAP.

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I sold my Galaxy S4 and bought the icon on Verizon . I have to admit I'm loving it though missing some things about my Android handset , very happy to see WP 8.1 will rectify that as well as add Cortana.

 

Overall very happy and the battery life and Camera are AWSOME!

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