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Old November 14th, 2012, 09:04 AM   #8 (permalink)
prashady
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I will do some research and see how good T mobile's coverage is around my area. If it is decent, I will switch.

I was waiting for the DNA since June. Thought it was going to be released as the Nexus 5. Also I am really not a fan of physical buttons. Takes up too much screen space.

I was really looking forward to the combination of LTE+QUADCORE but unfortunately it wasn't a nexus.

I had a really frustrating experience with my droid x sometimes. If I sign a 2 year contract, I expect it to be supported for 2 years at least.

At least I know with nexus 4 I will be supported longer than i will be for droid dna.

the line between "hspa" and "lte" is not very clear in the market. Though theoretically LTE should be much faster, HSPA+ is doing a great job.

as for specs they are pretty much identical. I just have to choose between better software or 1080p screen.

let me know what you guys think
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