I too am keen on this phone, but I have a friend who has the current model and although it runs on Android, it is filled with bugs.
The $400 and $199 prices that are floating about may well be true but I can see those being for the initial cost on a pay monthly plan rather than the phone price itself
Either way, I'm looking forward to it, Asus is a good manufacturer and it seems a powerhouse of a phone
That is very good news as I never buy new so the second hand price will plummet yet again and I will be able to pick up a fairly high-spec model for just a few quid.
I heard that they are adding some new filters to the android apps market so that the quality of the apps will improve and also the software will be more stable. Do you know anything about that?
My last phone was a Zenfone and it was great, a rral slick performer. My one complaint was that the battery life is Tonk and they're not really suitable for anyone who doesn't have regular access to recharging points.Asus is a good manufacturer and it seems a powerhouse of a phone
Company has finally managed to get the upgrade sorted out decisions decisons got till Tuesday to see if I still want the note 4 or should I got for the HTC M9 or LG 4...Hmm