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  1. I don't get your update-fear. I have a Samsung Note 1 sitting in my desk's drawer with Android 8 on it (as I bought the device in 2012 it cam with 2.7 IIRC). (It's running Android 8 and not 9, because I didn't use it for more than a year and therefore didn't bother to update) Why would a Snapdragon 835 be a problem? I am currently using a 825 and I could be happy with that little bugger for the next 10yrs to come, wouldn't the device lack a keyboard, that is.. 😉 835 ups the performance by around 30% - which is 30% faster than "already more than fast enough" in my book - but I'm
  2. I'd say it's not too hard to interpret The important part is "even though". In simple English: Even though it is about 700€ (which is a lot of money), I stil do not have more energy to keep arguing on this topic. Kinda the opposite of what you tried to interpret into it.
  3. I think it is about time, FxTec does another update on current status!
  4. mine is still fine - but too slow and too little RAM 😞 otherwise - to date: by FAR the best smartphone ever! Touch, Pen, Keyboard, TV out, FM receiver AND sender, SDslot, headphone jack, stereo speakers, camera cover, built-in stand,... list goes on and on and on... Damn you, Stephen Elop!
  5. I guess in that bubble, where buying a cell phone does not really up the total costs of that house. 😉 And I do not believe those are in urgent need of a slider phone! This is nit-picking! NO ONE *needs* a slider phone. No, that will not "up your business". The whole notion of a cell phone being 'important' is just outrageously rediculous! How did we survive 20 years ago were all "that stuff" did not yet exist? (No - new business models are no excuse here - because THOSE business models, where you really do benefit from a phone in that form factor, are non-existing in
  7. I cannot see any arrogance in this point. A company cannot afford a cell phone? How does it pay its employees? Srsly, this it not a realistic scenario.
  8. Yes, there is 😉 https://www.mytrendyphone.eu/shop/bow-hb199-foldable-218047p.html Ok - maybe not when you're standing.. But this would already be a MacGuyver situation - Hanging with your arm on the vertical handrail in a bus, it slamming around the corners and you holding tight on your phone and vim-ing through /etc.. 😄 (I like that...)
  9. True - but if your business need to take a credit to buy a single cell phone, it's bankrupt already and should be closed. 😉 Also correct - but OTOH, kinda everything one says WILL be taken as an insult by SOMEONE. 😉
  10. Sure - I would never "tell [anyone] what to do". This was just intended as sincere advice. Yet, while convenience might be valueable, "having enough [money] to live" is more valuable to have, at least from an objective point of view. If you are short on money (and the need of a credit to buy a phone is a good definition for that state), you are not in a position to think about spending money for convenience, as this might get you into a very inconvenient situation. 😉 (Think: You have basically no money, you take a credit for a phone -- one week later you drop it into a drain [a.k.a shit h
  11. not to be mean or anything - but seriously - if you are THAT short on money, you really should not waste it on an expensive phone. There is NOTHING a 200€ phone + 30€ BT-keyboard cannot do what the pro1 could. The only difference is convenience. Really - using a credit to buy a phone is a very bad decision. You should ask for a refund, no matter the delivery time!
  12. oh - they need to fix this! (Serious VIM addict here) 😱
  13. ESC behaves differently than the other keys?
  14. oO You kinda making me worried about n-key roll-over now.. I really hope this is just a software issue..
  15. yeah yeah yeah - but can it run Elite Plus?! *g*
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