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Thread: Fascinate in Late summer/Early Fall?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dansamy View Post
    I'll place my bet for Fri, Sep 24th at the earliest. If we get lucky, maybe the 17th.
    If we are lucky, I would say Oct - Dec
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    Quote Originally Posted by smilepak View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by dansamy View Post
    I'll place my bet for Fri, Sep 24th at the earliest. If we get lucky, maybe the 17th.
    If we are lucky, I would say Oct - Dec
    Think they'll push it out to late fall/early winter? That's ok if they do, I don't come up for new every 2 until the middle of October. I bought an Eris secondhand to use until I decide which new phone I want to plunk down $$ on.
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    According to insider over at phandroid, Fascinate is currently in testing and should be released in ~5-7 weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eli View Post
    According to insider over at phandroid, Fascinate is currently in testing and should be released in ~5-7 weeks.
    7 weeks would put it ~Sept 17.
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    I think I can wait that long. After playing with the Vibrant at T-Mobile I knew I wanted this phone.
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    Bear in mind that the Verizon version will be M$-ified with Bing search and maps. They may not be removable until after the phone is rooted. (If it is able to be rooted.) At this point, the speculation is that you will be able to use google search and maps and "hide" Bing and whatever other VZW bloatware they stuff onto the phone.

    When this phone releases, I am going to look closely at it and at the X and decide what I really want to buy. Either way, my husband is gonna shoot me for spending more $$ on a phone, much less one that I "don't need".
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    Quote Originally Posted by dansamy View Post
    Bear in mind that the Verizon version will be M$-ified with Bing search and maps. They may not be removable until after the phone is rooted. (If it is able to be rooted.) At this point, the speculation is that you will be able to use google search and maps and "hide" Bing and whatever other VZW bloatware they stuff onto the phone.

    When this phone releases, I am going to look closely at it and at the X and decide what I really want to buy. Either way, my husband is gonna shoot me for spending more $$ on a phone, much less one that I "don't need".
    If you put this and the X side by side, the feel of it in your palm is more sturdy. 4.3" vs 4" does make a difference.

    Yea, the bing stuff doesn't bother me. As long as I can get Google Map / Nav working in there is good enough.

    I wonder if they have a car mount kit?
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    If this has good screen brightness outdoors, and without the speaker volume problem reported on the Droid X, this should be a great phone.

    I was going to get the X, but I think i'll wait so I don't have buyers remorse in a month or two.
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    I was planning to purchase the X as well but I stumbled upon an article about the Fascinate a couple of days before the X launch and decided the SF was the phone I wanted. Now if VZ would just give us a release date... I would be much happier!
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    I was waiting for the fascinate then the day the X was released i said screw it and went out and bought it that day. But im very happy with my decision on getting this over the fascinate. After thinking more into it, i wouldn't have liked the touchwiz overlay. But to each their own.
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