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1 hour ago, Goukosan said:

to April makes it 7 months and your bullet point that the Galaxy s9 isn't selling is now null and void. :tom5:

It isn’t selling well. Compare it to any other model galaxy model lolol

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It isn’t selling well. Compare it to any other model galaxy model lolol

so your saying that the other galaxy models sold better than iPhone X too?... damn

 

That means compared to other iPhones, iPhoneX isn't selling well either... wow

 

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7 minutes ago, Goukosan said:

so your saying that the other galaxy models sold better than iPhone X too?... damn

 

That means compared to other iPhones, iPhoneX isn't selling well either... wow

 

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Will the gs9 sell as much as the iPhone X? 

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44 minutes ago, Goukosan said:

will the iPhone X sell as much as the iPhone 7?

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This gen of iPhones will outsell the last gen, yes 

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This gen of iPhones will outsell the last gen, yes 
im asking specifically about the iPhone X. Will it outsell the 7

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Just now, Goukosan said:

im asking specifically about the iPhone X. Will it outsell the 7

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Would be impressive since it’s hundreds of more dollars. But that isn’t what I asked you 

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These new iPhones can't come soon enough. Charging port in my phone is fucked now, needs to be in a super specific spot to charge.

 

Think I'll end up with whatever the midrange phone is + air pods + wireless charging pad. 

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1 hour ago, Casual said:

These new iPhones can't come soon enough. Charging port in my phone is fucked now, needs to be in a super specific spot to charge.

 

Think I'll end up with whatever the midrange phone is + air pods + wireless charging pad. 

Which one do you have now?

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4 minutes ago, ghostz said:

Which one do you have now?

6S.

 

It's lasted me a while to be fair. 

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7 hours ago, Casual said:

6S.

 

It's lasted me a while to be fair. 

check for lint. My iphone 7 was having charging problem, cables would come out easily.  So I cleaned it with a toothpick and it's like new.

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Apple might use LG's OLED screens as well as Samsung's for the next iPhone. 

 

LG screens aren't as good as Samsung's, ghostz to get anLG iPhone screen in a few months confirmed :mj:

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No wonder LG started copying apple's screen with a notch...............it IS apple's screen

 

Good on ghost for noticing that one about a month ago.

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RCS Universal Profile rolling out on T-Mobile, starting with the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge

 

Another US carrier implements universal profile. 

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On 6/30/2018 at 12:03 PM, Goukosan said:

RCS Universal Profile rolling out on T-Mobile, starting with the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge

 

Another US carrier implements universal profile. 

just read up on what RCS is and how it would work. pretty interesting, and clearly better than than traditional text messaging.

 

I have T-mobile, but they are probably starting with phones that the average T-mobile user would probably have (older Samsungs).

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12 hours ago, jehurey said:

just read up on what RCS is and how it would work. pretty interesting, and clearly better than than traditional text messaging.

 

I have T-mobile, but they are probably starting with phones that the average T-mobile user would probably have (older Samsungs).

Gouk has been saying it’s ready to roll out since 2011 lmao

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21 minutes ago, ghostz said:

Gouk has been saying it’s ready to roll out since 2011 lmao

Google didn't start this until late 2016.   its currently in the Majority of the world and two of the four Major US carriers have it now. 

 

In 2016, I said by 2019 that this will replace SMS by then..... so far ots right on track :smugd:

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I don't even follow much smartphone news these days but I did read how the new text message service is coming to my Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge from my carrier T-Mobile. 

 

 

Looks like I chose wisely last year when I replaced my dead Galaxy S4 with the S7 Edge.  :reg:

 

 

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