Giveaway: Optimus G, PHOTON Q and Galaxy Victory for Sprint #2
posted by Ray S. / Dec 07, 2012, 7:58 AM
But enough small talk, let's take a closer look at the handsets we have for you this week:
LG Optimus G: Well, does this phone really need an introduction? It's one of the very best out there right now, with a massive 4.7" HD screen, Snapdragon S4 Pro, 2 GB of RAM, tons of internal storage and Android 4 ICS. What makes Sprint's version special is the presence of a 13 MP camera!
Motorola PHOTON Q 4G LTE: This is also one feature-packed device, featuring a 4.3" display for those who enjoy more compact phones, a dual-core 1.5 GHz CPU and what is not something that you see that often nowadays - side-sliding QWERTY keyboard!
Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE: Now here's a sweet mid-ranger that also packs a decent punch with its 4" screen, dual-core Snapdragon S4 Lite processor, a gig of RAM and even LTE. Make no mistake, this is one phone that knows how to get the job done!
But, a smartphone is only as good as the network it runs on, and what can really add value to these products are Sprint's Truly Unlimited plans, which are... unlimited, even for LTE data! To learn more about their advantages over the other carriers' offerings, go here.
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- In order to have a chance of winning one of these smartphones, you simply have to post a comment answering the following question: Which smartphone feature is most valuable to you?
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We'll randomly select three of you who will win these marvelous smartphones next Monday, December 10. That is also when we'll launch our third Sprint giveaway.
*Update Dec 10th* - We have drawn the lucky winners - congratulations to xXMAKESHIFTXx, samsungcaptivateglide777 and EclipseGSX - please check your emails for details on how to receive the phones!
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Posts: 11; Member since: Nov 26, 2012
The most important smartphone feature is the processor for me; therefore the LG Optimus G would be perfect for me with its quad core processor humming along inside. I currently have a hour long commute that I use for mobile gaming and I like to play the intense graphically driven games like Shadowgun and Dead Space. If I had the LG Optimus G I could avoid the agonizingly long load screens and gameplay hiccups. Please pick me, Phone Arena! It'd be awesome!
posted on Dec 03, 2012, 7:51 AM 0
Posts: 248; Member since: Mar 08, 2010
The data - whether it's from WiFi or the carrier's data plan, the really useful apps on your smartphone rely on the ability of the phone to transit and receive. Without it, we'd still be tethering, like we did in the 90's with our Palm Pilots.
posted on Dec 03, 2012, 7:52 AM 0
Posts: 136; Member since: Jun 03, 2012
The Most important to me is sms and dialer or phone calls. It's imperative that a smartphone be able to communicate lol. But, if those two things are excluded since they are available in all phones, then the screen is the most important to me. It's the one thing you interact with most in a phone.
posted on Dec 03, 2012, 7:55 AM 0
Posts: 156; Member since: Sep 19, 2011
As I said in the previous giveaway, Multitasking is the one feature I can't live without. I recently purchased a Samsung Galaxy Note II, and the ability to read from an email, or web page, while working in a Telnet session, is my smartphones greatest asset. Without this, Telnet sessions would disconnect when moved into the background. I am an IT Professional, and this is my most valuable feature.
posted on Dec 03, 2012, 8:01 AM 0
Posts: 105; Member since: Nov 26, 2012
Photon Q; The most important feature to me is the Operating System. With the right O/S, hardware features can be compensated for if not outright fixed through software packages and configuration settings.
posted on Dec 03, 2012, 8:22 AM 0
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