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    Which Phone is Better?

    Hey guys my T-mobile contract is up in July and by then there are a lot of options on which phone i should get and i was hoping for a little help i've narrowed the choice down to a few and was hoping on suggestions or reviews or info on the phones i've listed.

    I'd like to get
    T-Mobile G2X
    Nexus S
    HTC Sensation
    or I can wait on the Samsung Galaxy S2
    (btw the iphone is not an option i dont like it)
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    Quote Originally Posted by androidlover View Post
    Hey guys my T-mobile contract is up in July and by then there are a lot of options on which phone i should get and i was hoping for a little help i've narrowed the choice down to a few and was hoping on suggestions or reviews or info on the phones i've listed.

    I'd like to get
    T-Mobile G2X
    Nexus S
    HTC Sensation
    or I can wait on the Samsung Galaxy S2
    (btw the iphone is not an option i dont like it)
    Judging from your signature, you wouldn't be too thrilled with the Sensation. It currently has a locked bootloader. Although HTC has vowed that they are reversing their decision to sell locked boot loader phones. So if any updates go through, they may eliminate that restriction.

    The G2X looks interesting, seems to be running a mostly stock version of Android (which wouldn't matter if you are going to put custom ROMs on your phone), and has an unlocked bootloader. It also has the least amount of RAM. The display is supposed to be quite bright too!

    The Sensation had underwhelming reviews. I think it couldn't live up to the hype. From what I have read the Samsung Galaxy S2 outperforms it, and the screen is incredible.

    The Nexus S looks to me to be the "Sandwich at the Shmorgasboard". Yeah, its a pretty great device. I even debated it. But I think dual core is the way to go. I'm holding out for a dual core phone. I'm not a lover of the Samsung devices, but most love the phone. Performance and screen resolution are supposed to be amazing. Its just an awful lot of money for a phone all decked in shiny plastic. I had a bad experience with my original Samsung Galaxy. I won't go back.

    Check this out too!

    http://pocketnow.com/android/dual-co...laxy-s-2-video

    http://samsunggalaxys2review.org/sam...-htc-sensation
    Last edited by bbabiuk; 06-05-2011 at 08:55 PM. Reason: added URL for comparison of LG vs Samsung

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    I saw you wait for the Galaxy S2. The nexus is disappointing that its not dual core.

    And the part about the bootloaders from htc is true. They made a statement saying they will fix it after so any people complained about the locked bootloader.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HTC Evo 3D View Post
    I saw you wait for the Galaxy S2. The nexus is disappointing that its not dual core.

    And the part about the bootloaders from htc is true. They made a statement saying they will fix it after so any people complained about the locked bootloader.
    Wait for the samsung.... sorta. I am hoping that when it releases that it will be the begining of a flood of telus friendly android phones.


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    The Galaxy S2 is not coming to TM, so it's not an option. However the Samsung Hercules should arrive in late August or September. It will be the first phone that can connect to TM's new 42mps network. Google it and see what you think.

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    I love my HTC Sensation XE...so i would suggest the Sensation XE..!!

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    ^^ you are replying to 2011 post. That phone is past now, no one would buy it.

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    hey i wanted to ask you guys that if i download some other offline maps on galaxy s 2 would i be able to use as we can use it on sensation

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    Well i would go with Samsung as i have recently taken the reviews of the general public and also used samsung's product so yes i m with Samsung all the way .

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteffanBlue View Post
    Well i would go with Samsung as i have recently taken the reviews of the general public and also used samsung's product so yes i m with Samsung all the way .

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    Yo people stop bring up threads from the grave!
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    HTC i think is better in my personal use of all those phones

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    HTC is better, it's a popular brand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by astoria0128 View Post
    I think HTC one is best phone which operate by Android platform...
    I am guessing the Nexus 5 for it's specs and price will beat the HTC One.

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    Cool, I like it. I think both are good, but first I like the most. Here in Madrid, opinions are divided. What do you think?

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