Rumor: Huawei S7 to be repositioned with a network provider in the US?

Discussion in 'Huawei Ideos S7' started by xaueious, Jan 30, 2011.

  1. xaueious

    xaueious Administrator Staff Member

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    Well it might be a good thing, especially from a development standpoint (more users). But it might jack the prices up...

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    My thought is buy now!
     
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    I think that the original Bestbuy release was a 'toe in the water'. May be the overall response to the S7 was better than anticipated and in order to commercially lever the product they see linking with a network as a money maker. This could result in a comprehensive data package that could be made available to all. We could be about to get everything we need in this product!
     
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    Of course, with a successful product release they work on how they can screw with the consumer in the long run while making their profit rather than getting out accessories to support the existing customer base. If true, this really sux unless compatible accessories like a dock come with the deal.
     

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