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Moving on after tomorrow?

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Are you going to move on, if you don't have an invite by tomorrow?

  1. I'm moving on if I don't get an invite

    66 vote(s)
    19.8%
  2. I can wait a little bit longer for a phone like this

    268 vote(s)
    80.2%
  1. Fred47
    Gingerbread Jun 5, 2014

    Fred47 , Jun 5, 2014 :
    I'll stick around for a bit. Definitely want to see how all this plays out!
     

    #61
  2. bryan_tohcy
    Froyo Jun 5, 2014


    #62
  3. thereisnourflevel
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jun 5, 2014


    #63
  4. na5m
    Jelly Bean Jun 5, 2014

    na5m , Jun 5, 2014 :
    The technology is here right now. Every pc and laptop today uses 64 bit architecure. Might as well get our phones into the 64 bit arena, too. At least then we wont have to have a library for each arch sitting around.
     

    #64
  5. Guinness78
    Donut Jun 5, 2014

    Guinness78 , Jun 5, 2014 :
    I can wait for a few months. It will be interesting to see how this inviting process works out.
     

    #65
  6. dummiexx
    Gingerbread Jun 5, 2014


    #66
  7. jjboy91
    Froyo Jun 5, 2014

    jjboy91 , Jun 5, 2014 :
    I'm not in the hurry while my galaxy S first of the name stays alive :D
     

    #67
  8. Lagger
    Gingerbread Jun 5, 2014

    Lagger , Jun 5, 2014 :
    Why do you all expect that you get an invite on June 6th? Knowing one plus, they will only give like 1000 invites.
     

    #68
  9. naviinside
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jun 5, 2014

    naviinside , Jun 5, 2014 :
    I can wait for a longer time, because I know tomorrow only few people get the invitations
     

    #69
  10. Mer0vingian
    Donut Jun 5, 2014

    Mer0vingian , Jun 5, 2014 :
    i'll wait, but if comes for the market a good phone and with an reasonable price i wont think too much :p
     

    #70
  11. jwarren23
    Froyo Jun 5, 2014

    jwarren23 , Jun 5, 2014 :
    Why are so many people expecting an invite tomorrow? They said general availability by late June. Will only be the special few tomorrow...
     

    #71
  12. leemartin
    Lollipop Jun 5, 2014

    leemartin , Jun 5, 2014 :
    You can get an LG G2 for £284 from Amazon at the moment....
     

    #72
  13. drstalint63
    Gingerbread Jun 5, 2014


    #73
  14. Mr Majestic
    Honeycomb Jun 5, 2014


    #74
  15. Luca01
    Gingerbread Jun 5, 2014

    Luca01 , Jun 5, 2014 :
    Thanks for you reply, obviously the technology is here, but what's used for in the smartphone segment? Can you cut down power needs using 64 bit? Can you cut down production costs? Can you make lighter/thinner devices? Or it's just an exemplary case of "pimp my phone"? :).
     

    #75
  16. slawek.latka
    Froyo Jun 5, 2014


    #76
  17. M1chael
    Froyo Jun 5, 2014


    #77
  18. PLPeeters
    KitKat Jun 5, 2014


    #78
  19. na5m
    Jelly Bean Jun 5, 2014

    na5m , Jun 5, 2014 :
    It probably will use a bit more juice. But the juice usage can be tuned with software. And software development would probably become a bit simpler once we move to a unified 64 model.
     

    #79
  20. vonis22
    Honeycomb Jun 5, 2014

    vonis22 , Jun 5, 2014 :
    I'm really considering the OPPO find 7a if I don't get an invite tomorrow. I need a phone, and this seems like a reasonable replacement. + i get a student discount of 10%. So that's nice.
     

    #80