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Old March 28th, 2013, 08:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default AT&T vs. Verizon: Lineup of phones/Development community

I am currently on Verizon using a Galaxy S3. I have been with android on verizon for about 3 years now, and am considering switching carriers for a variety of reasons.

I want to choose the carrier with the largest selection of high end phones.

Nexus phones are very important, along with the Galaxy S4.

Whatever carrier I either switch to or continue to use must have these devices.

My main concern is the development community. Being on verizon there are plenty of familiar names on the forums that have developed for every phone that I have had.

I was browsing some of the ATT forums for galaxy s3, and nexus 4, and wasn't seeing as many choices as far as ROMs or Kernels were concerned.

Does anyone have any input on which carrier has a better group of developers behind it, and if Verizon will be getting the next Nexus device, or any nexus devices ever again?

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