Yeah future proof arguments are pretty bad. Everyone said last year dual core with 1gb processor were future prep but even they are becoming limited. And ifs only been a year. I don't think anything is future proof in this world really. Remember the first iPhone announcement he said this it was 5 years ahead of its time. Maybe technically but using an iPhone 1 now would be pretty crappy (its been 5 years)Originally Posted by sweeeeet
In any event that's why I considered it a slap in the face with the RAZR HD, releasing that phone with last years internal specs (dual core and 1gb ram)
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Well the Bionic was the first dual core LTE device on verizon that is a little over a year old which I have and there isn't anything that I found it can't do and I don't see that coming up anytime soon to be honest and Moto already has this in the line up to receive even jelly bean so that's gonna keep it going that much longer. So it may raise the question why am I upgrading.Originally Posted by AdamPA1006
Well I'm bored with it and want a bigger screen and the N2 just looks way to good to pass up. I have the first dual core and it runs very well still. If I get one of the first quad cores with that extra ram, I can't see it not easily lasting if a person wants to. A Nexus phone can go 2yrs easily and the N2s specs are just as good as the new Nexus coming out.
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I made the mistake of going and looking at the N2 at tmobile......now I want it even more!!! That thing is a beast and is much bigger than I thought. Screen looks great, and its smoother than any phone I've had before. I can't wait to have one of my own. Damn you Verizon for making me wait!!!!
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