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7th January 2011, 03:55 AM |#21  
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I saw that it's a temp root and I probably won't mess with it for a few days.

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I'm planning on picking mine up the 14th or 15th, hoping there might be a root method by then *fingers crossed*
8th January 2011, 02:51 PM |#23  
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Thanks! Great vid! Made me change my mind about NOT getting it.

I will definitely get it now. And a year after I will give it to my wife and get this...
http://androidevolutions.com/tag/htc-sabor/
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I wish I could get z4root to work on my shift.
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i think your gonna miss the evo.

I already do
8th January 2011, 07:10 PM |#26  
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This phone kicks ass! I got 1599 on quadrant and 34.01 on linpack. I'm soo glad I bought this phone

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8th January 2011, 09:11 PM |#27  
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I am consistently pulling over 1600 on Quadrant, 33-34 MFlops on Linpack, and 56 FPS on Neocore.

Last night I realized that I could finally play with Google Earth and 3D on Google Maps. The keyboard reminds me a lot of the keyboard on my G1. I loved that keyboard btw.

Check the thread in the xda-developers section requesting our own forum. I posed a question about which ROM's you are dying to see ported.
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Thanks! Great vid! Made me change my mind about NOT getting it.

I will definitely get it now. And a year after I will give it to my wife and get this...
http://androidevolutions.com/tag/htc-sabor/

You are going to buy a non-existent phone?
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How is it? Does the keyboard make it feel clunky? Reason being is I hate physical keyboards. I might go to the Sprint store today and either get this or the LG Optimus S... and there is still the 4G charge, right?
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How is it? Does the keyboard make it feel clunky? Reason being is I hate physical keyboards. I might go to the Sprint store today and either get this or the LG Optimus S... and there is still the 4G charge, right?

Yes there is a 4G charge. I pulled just over 5Meg down with one bar on my 4G though.
Not clunky at all. Reminds me a little of the G1 updated. Less clunky than the G1 though. The keyboard is amazing. Even if you don't like them you might reconsider after using it.
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