Join Date:Joined: May 2011
I have to make a decision on what I'm going to do. I would like the Note 3, but my contract isn't up till August. I really don't want to stay with Sprint if the LTE in my area, 15-20 minutes from downtown St. Louis MO on the IL side, is going to be as bad as it is. I can get 4G LTE in Edwardsville IL fine however in Granite City IL, where I live, and some other areas I'm not getting it or it is hit and miss. I have been in the middle of it and still not been able to get it or not be able to stay connected to it. If they are not done in the are and it gets better I will keep the service till then and hold off till the Note 4 and keep my S3 as a backup. If they are done and this is the best it is going to get I'm going to T-Mobile. So it is stay till my contract is up, pay the ETF or try to get out of the ETF and hand over my S3. If I stay till my contract is up to switch then again I might as well hold off till the Note 4. Also if I go to T-Mobile and they're service is bad then I might as well drop them, pay full price for the phone and go with Straight Talk for the 45 a month. Only issue with that is now I don't have a warranty and if something happens to the phone I have to buy a new one at full price.
I was all excited for the Galaxy Gear, but after seeing it and thinking about it when I have been reading all the stuff on the Pulse reader I'm thinking I wont get it. I would like a smart watch, but none of them are causing me to want to buy them. I thought the Gear would be it, but it wasn't. I guess I will hold out to see what Google comes out with. I'm sure it will be stock Android that is made for a watch, and probably be called Nexus something or something Nexus. However I'm not having high expectations for it like I did with the Gear.
The last thing that was to be announced the other day that I was wanting to hear about was the camera from Sony. The price seems a little high to me for both and I'm not sure if I'm wanting it just because it is new tech to play around with. The price and the fact that if I'm going to carry that around and a phone I might as well just take a camera with me.