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No reason needed.
Why don't you have options for 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, and 9 months?
The hyperbole is strong with this one.
iPhone 6 isn't announced yet. You're talking out of your ***, until it is.
You're settling for a OnePlus One.
Lenovo will fix what Google f'd up.
Oppo Find 7 will be *the* phone if they manage to release it prior to the LG G3.
Who is denying the value offered by the OnePlus One? It's a decent phone at a good price. A commodity item for conspicuous consumers.
Further to my last reply.
HTC wouldn't be posting losses ... they'd probably be out of business.
That's not a moderate price cut, that's at least 25% off the M8 unsubsidized price.
It's worth what people will pay for it. That's economics.
This phone is far from being an 'industry killer'.
What the hell is up with all of the hyperbole spouted on this forum?
Not even close.
What is the compromise with the Nexus 5?
Right ... and in the same way, the OPO will be seen by far less people than Google were able to nudge towards the Nexus 5.
The G2 was available at low cost ... subsidized by Google as the Nexus 5.
Don't expect the G3 to follow this path.
Motorola already did this last year, although with a decidely mid-range phone in the X.
The only people that will adjust their gameplans are the other off-brand manufacturers.
Why so much hyperbole for a standard spec phone in this release cycle?
Price is the only differentiator and that will be matched sooner than you...
The 'mystery battery tech' is exactly what was advertised.