Motorola Olympus MB860 scores the hat trick of certifications
0. phoneArena 13 Oct 2010, 08:32 posted on
The device, formerly known as the Motorola Terminator or DROID T2, has been certified by the Bluetooth SIG, Wi-Fi Alliance and UPnP forum...
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1. achilles (Posts: 54; Member since: 27 May 2010)
ATT has a long history of limiting the functionality of Android phones on its network. For examples, look at its current Android offerings and compare its features to other Androids on Sprint or Verizon. I'm just curious to see if they actually get a full featured Android with the latest software and hardware.
2. spoonb1 (Posts: 77; Member since: 02 Jan 2010)
who cares.... those of us that know that its a limitation are easily able to root them and do what we like... nothing holding anything back, aria-rooted, xperia x10-rooted, captivate-- rooted, not too many people care as much about the backflip- but, rooted. att just does it so the regular ol'consumer doesn't brick there phone or run into issues with crappy unlisenced apps that are not officially recognized through the android market... that's the great thing about android, doesn't matter what the carrier wants to do to it, you can just undo it and replace it with stock if you want. This is great news as ATT will more than likely stop taking shit because they cared so much not to piss off Mr Jobs and hurt that relationship with apple. Now that that is ending, att will not pass over top end phones that would take attention away from the iphone. This is great news for those of us that always have to get the high end phones we want from Rogers or Telstra and pay more to get/ship them in and unlock them for use on att...
3. tomorrowisnow (unregistered)
Ever hear of VZW and Bing?
4. llichtwalt (Posts: 8; Member since: 10 Jun 2010)
Yeah...that wasn't their best laid out plan. I really have to wonder how that works out for the 2.2 update of non-rooted Fascinate's.
5. networkdood (Posts: 5262; Member since: 31 Mar 2010)
achilles, I get your point - but every smartphone from AT&T I have owned I have been able to do what I want to do with it....so your argument is pretty much pointless.
6. Man_of_God (Posts: 32; Member since: 27 Jan 2009)
Am I missing something, because I thought ATT has only been offering Android devices since the beginning of this year. So where does the idea of "a long history" play out? I don't want a debate or rebuttal. I am merely pointing out overlooked facts.