The Idol 4S isn't brand new at this point; it was released last November. In fact, it looks like T-Mobile just stopped selling the phone. But for folks looking for a quality and affordable option on the secondary market, the Idol 4S is one of a few viable options today.
That was the case for Windows Central forum member Dmd74, a longtime and still-loyal BlackBerry user, who recently decided to test the Windows-phone waters with the Idol 4S.
Are you, or have you been, an Idol 4S user? If so, Dmd74 wants your tips, suggestions, advice, warnings, and whatever else you have to share, about the phone. There's already an active conversation going on in the forums, so please jump over there and contribute your $0.02.
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