"Great concept. Let's see if it pulls thru"5.0 starson by douggdangger
Pros: There's one thing this phone will do that's better than the rest. It's MULTITASKING.
The ifown goes a poor job of "multi-tasking", only on apps that Steve Jobs allows.
You can truly multi-task on the Android. With this, you can run one task on one
Cons: Too early to tell. Doesn't take a rocket scientist to know that battery consumption will be increased. But anyone who needs to use a smartphone for several hours in a row will need for it to be plugged in shortly. It's nice to have a spare battery.
Summary: True innovation is when companies take risks on products that could fail or succeed giving consumers many CHOICES of what to buy. When a company makes ONE product that their followers are forced to consume based on the dictation of one man, that's not innovation.
No doubt when the ifown 5 comes out with it's ground breaking feature of a removable battery battery, shills will buy it. As for myself, I've had that option for several years now.