Originally Posted by elemteacher2be
I am buying my first Android in early March, and have been debating which phone to get.
At first I was convinced on the Nexus S. Then I began to wonder if I should get the MyTouch (my brother just got it and loves it). THEN I heard about the Galaxy S 4G and so I am now all the more confused.
Since people seem to say having a 3G phone isn't any worse than the 4G at this point, I don't know how important that should be to me (remember, I haven't used a data plan before). Then there is Nexus' 2.3. How important should that be in my decision? After all, that can be updated in the Galaxy, right? Will the Nexus' blank Vanilla slate be difficult for a new Android user? Or will all the add on's (like Inception!) be a headache and hassle to get OFF the Galaxy?
Anyone have answers or advice?
The Nexus S I will say is the best, purest, and smoothest android experience possible. It will be smoother than anything else. 4G shouldn't be an issue, Updates shouldn't ever be considered an issue if you buy it for the right reasons but Nexus S will always.. receive the latest ones for the year until a newer Nexus device arrives of which by then you would be able to upgrade anyways because t-mobile allows full upgrades each year. Nexus S is definitely the best android experience possible. What is truly great about a Nexus is the timely updates you do receive are optimized for the Nexus being that nexus phones are developer phones unlike other devices of which are gonna take additional months to get running to be compatible with any device. Super Amoled is Superb.
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