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Old February 5th, 2010, 05:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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OK, so let's just say that the Bravo is going to come to the U.S. and when it gets here it will be called the Passion. The moderators keep moving our threads, well...here is the problem: The Passion has been confirmed to be the codename for the Nexus One. Well, there's already a Nexus One forum. So, the Passion isn't even a real phone anymore. It's the Bravo/Incredible, so until a moderator, hopefully, opens a HTC Bravo thread, we are all just going to have to keep posting in here, because no one goes to the other area of the forums. We've all been coming here for a long time. So, we don't know FOR SURE that the Bravo won't be released in the U.S. under the name "Passion." So, until we have complete proof that it won't be, let's just refer to the Bravo as the Passion just to keep this thread streamlined and seemingly on topic with the "HTC Passion" sub-forum.

And come on moderator, you'll move our thread where we are actually discussing a phone but you'll leave two completely off-topic polls that have nothing AT ALL to do with any phone at all? Something's wrong here. All we want to do is discuss this phone like we have been doing for the past couple of months.

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Is there is no "Passion" announced for VZW by next Friday are you all going to hang on for the N1?
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Is there is no "Passion" announced for VZW by next Friday are you all going to hang on for the N1?
Oh yeah, I'm hanging on. There isn't a phone I would settle for, currently, on Verizon right now. The Nexus One is a great phone, but man...I just have to have me some HTC Sense UI. After playing with the Eris the other day, now I DEFINITELY can't go without Sense UI. It just improves the Android experience too much to pass it up by picking up the N1. Don't get me wrong, I think the Nexus seems like a sweet phone, but the touch buttons, the stock Android experience, trackball, etc. Eh...it's just going to be at the bottom of the pile in a few months and everyone will have lost interest in it. At least that's what I personally think. Once the Passion/Bravo/Incredible comes to Verizon and the Supersonic comes to Sprint, everyone is going to be saying "Nexus One? What's that?" haha It won't be THAT extreme, but I seriously want a phone that will shoot 720p HD video, REALLY bad. Combine that with Sense UI, the 1ghz Snapdragon processor, a 3.7" GORGEOUS screen, and quite possibly some physical buttons and an optical track pad, and well...that's the perfect phone in my opinion. I may have left out a few other features that are big pluses for this phone, but I pretty much covered much of them.
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^^^ Word Nash!!

I missed an Eris, NIB on Craig's list for $150.00 by 10 fraking minutes!!!!!

I was going to get it for my wife. but she would have had to pry from my hands every night. I am really waiting for something 1ghz, 3.7 with sense.

Please come soon..........
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You know, the nexus one will have a sense ROM right after the Bravo/Passion/Incredible comes out...
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You know, the nexus one will have a sense ROM right after the Bravo/Passion/Incredible comes out...
As lively a community as the rooters/xda is it still makes up a very small percentage of end users, same as with iphone jailbreakers. Lots of people just don't know how to or just don't want to.

I think it's also a moot point. Lots of people on here seem to be Verizon users and since a N1 date hasn't been set by Big Red it seems that there's a good chance the Bravo comes out around the same time if not before the N1 for VZW. In which case, there's no reason to choose the N1 if you want Sense.
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Oh yeah, I'm hanging on. There isn't a phone I would settle for, currently, on Verizon right now. The Nexus One is a great phone, but man...I just have to have me some HTC Sense UI. After playing with the Eris the other day, now I DEFINITELY can't go without Sense UI. It just improves the Android experience too much to pass it up by picking up the N1. Don't get me wrong, I think the Nexus seems like a sweet phone, but the touch buttons, the stock Android experience, trackball, etc. Eh...it's just going to be at the bottom of the pile in a few months and everyone will have lost interest in it. At least that's what I personally think. Once the Passion/Bravo/Incredible comes to Verizon and the Supersonic comes to Sprint, everyone is going to be saying "Nexus One? What's that?" haha It won't be THAT extreme, but I seriously want a phone that will shoot 720p HD video, REALLY bad. Combine that with Sense UI, the 1ghz Snapdragon processor, a 3.7" GORGEOUS screen, and quite possibly some physical buttons and an optical track pad, and well...that's the perfect phone in my opinion. I may have left out a few other features that are big pluses for this phone, but I pretty much covered much of them.
One advantage of the Nexus One is that it will get the latest Android version (2.2 etc) before any other manufacturer's phone. Who knows what cool things Google has planned for Android such as UI enhancements etc. Whatever they are the Nexus One will get them first. That's the only reason I'm still undecided on whether to get the Bravo or Nexus One.
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One advantage of the Nexus One is that it will get the latest Android version (2.2 etc) before any other manufacturer's phone. Who knows what cool things Google has planned for Android such as UI enhancements etc. Whatever they are the Nexus One will get them first. That's the only reason I'm still undecided on whether to get the Bravo or Nexus One.
Yeah, I see your point there. However, I honestly don't think I could want anything more than Android with Sense UI on top of it. Stock Android, I'm sure, will keep getting better and better but geez...I just can't see it ever looking as BEAUTIFUL as HTC's Sense UI. It may though, but for now I honestly have zero interest in the Nexus One. I would have to say, though it will still be a great phone, the Nexus One will be old news in a couple of months, heck...maybe even in just a week or so. Actually quite possibly in a week. If that's the case, the Nexus on Verizon won't amount to much at all. If anything, it will just be an offering from Google for people who don't want to be in-contract with Verizon, if that's the way the N1 is offered via Verizon.

Regardless, I never really liked the N1 from the beginning. I mean, don't get me wrong, it's light years ahead of my current phone, but after playing with the Eris the other day, I just need a larger screened/faster version of that phone and I will be a happy man for quite some time. I see your point though totally brother. I think the Nexus is a great phone, just not exactly what I want.
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The nexus one will not be old news in a week. And even if it is, what's wrong with having an "old" phone with a 1GHz snapdragon processor, sleeker than the iPhone, and immediate Android updates? I'm sure that Sense will run great on it too; especially with the dedicated GPU.
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The nexus one will not be old news in a week. And even if it is, what's wrong with having an "old" phone with a 1GHz snapdragon processor, sleeker than the iPhone, and immediate Android updates? I'm sure that Sense will run great on it too; especially with the dedicated GPU.
No, I wasn't saying that in a bad way. I'm just saying that the Nexus One is/was the first phone to have the 1ghz Snapdragon in it. That's great, but more and more phones are coming out and very soon from HTC. I forget, but I read an article that said that HTC was coming out with like 20 new phones this year. I may be be wrong on that, but I'm pretty sure I read that somewhere in the past week. Anyways, regardless, the Nexus IS totally a great phone. I completely agree with that. But it's lacking some features that will come ON the phone standard, without having to root the phone, etc. Phones are going to be able to take HD video VERY soon, and the Nexus doesn't, but that's not a deal breaker for most people. The touch buttons are hard to hit everytime correctly, and I know this because I've seen videos reviews of the phone and that's one of the biggest complaints. Plus, I've played with the Eris and the Moto DROID and it has the same type of touch sensitive buttons and you LITERALLY have to push them 2-5 times before they register. It's so annoying. So...with that said, the Nexus IS a great phone and will be for a long time, but I'm not going to settle for it right now when we're within a few weeks or a couple of months of having many more HTC Android phone choices that will have more features (Sense UI built-in, physical buttons, 720p HD video, etc). I'm not going to settle right now and be kicking myself in a few weeks, or probably a little bit longer, when a more perfect (in my personal opinion) phone comes to market on Verizon.

Anyways, I wasn't saying the phone is old news and though I typed that, I meant that kinda tongue in cheek. The Nexus is and will be a great phone for a couple of years, but there are just too many other promising prospects rumored to be coming out shortly for me to even THINK about settling and getting the Nexus One. /End Rant
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I see. Having physical buttons would be awesome. My friend, who had the Sprint Hero for a few months, would always make me jealous. I did get used to the capacitive buttons on the ERIS, but my friend's Hero could always be pressed multiple times in a second; where as on my ERIS you had to wait multiple seconds within each press. Trying to back three pages in the browser was no sweat for him, but for...that's another story.

For me, 720p video quality isn't up there, but it wouldn't hurt.
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Nash, I totally agree about the Sense UI, my friend has the Eris. Nice phone. But I think it has come down to which ever phone gets to VZW first for me, and now that the N1 has pinch 2 zoom. Sounds sweet.............drool.
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i'm hoping that the fact that the n1 has pinch to zoom is an indication that all future 2.1 and up phones will have this ability, they held off at first because apple and google had a gentleman's agreement, but after steve's little (not so little haha) rant i think they are sworn enemies now!!! so i think google will be glad to give out this new feature. btw on the homepage it sais you cant say android in any apple app sotre posting1!!! jobs has gone insane, he's outlawing the word android!!! he is the human incarnation of china!!!!
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Nash, I totally agree about the Sense UI, my friend has the Eris. Nice phone. But I think it has come down to which ever phone gets to VZW first for me, and now that the N1 has pinch 2 zoom. Sounds sweet.............drool.
+1 Whichever one comes to VZW first I'm getting.
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i'm hoping that the fact that the n1 has pinch to zoom is an indication that all future 2.1 and up phones will have this ability, they held off at first because apple and google had a gentleman's agreement, but after steve's little (not so little haha) rant i think they are sworn enemies now!!! so i think google will be glad to give out this new feature. btw on the homepage it sais you cant say android in any apple app sotre posting1!!! jobs has gone insane, he's outlawing the word android!!! he is the human incarnation of china!!!!
I think I read some where that the droid was getting the pinch to zoom upgrade through a google maps update so I am sure it will be the same for most devices. Found the link.

http://www.gearlog.com/2010/02/pitch-to-zoom_multitouch_hits.php
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You should've just titled the thread, "Hey everybody, look at ME!" instead of the title that you mislead people with.
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This is just a waiting thread. No new info about the passion/bravo/incredible (but mostly passion) is coming out. Hopefully theyll announce it at MWC but until then we must wait.
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I'm thinking, this whole part of the site should be renamed from 'HTC Passion' to 'HTC Bravo'. And all these 'Passion' threads should be moved to the 'Nexus One' forum section since I believe most agree that Passion = Nexus One.
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nash you nailed it on the head bro... I totally agree with everything you said.

I just hope VZ gets the sense ui version... I have a sinking feeling we'll see the N1 in March/April and there will still be no news of bravo/incredible.... and that will really blow. Do you really think VZ will release the sense version at the same time the N1 comes out?

I know google's going to be the one selling the N1 not verizon, so we have that going for us, but I'm skeptical about them releasing a nearly "identical" phone at the same time. What do you think?
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What is the over/under on how long this thread stay's open?

I'll put it at 4.5 days, but only since it is the weekend.
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I think now all of us have hosted (posted) a thread on this subject. It looks like we have all the info we will ever need. It's all down to next Friday for news.
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I think now all of us have hosted (posted) a thread on this subject. It looks like we have all the info we will ever need. It's all down to next Friday for news.
If I may ask, what is the significance of next Friday? I know that HTC is holding a scheduled press event on the 16th at the Mobile World Conference. I would think it's highly likely that they will be talking about the Bravo at that time.

Today, CoolSmartPhone.com posted a pdf file that says the Bravo is going to be available on Orange in the UK in March. Not sure how that affects us in the US, except according to that article, they're still saying the Bravo is going to be the Passion over here. We'll see...
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if only the N900 were CDMA, that is just about the only other phone i find interesting other than the N1 and Bravo. plus you can install android on it, haha

Android dual-boot could make Nokia N900 jack of two trades -- Engadget
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if only the N900 were CDMA, that is just about the only other phone i find interesting other than the N1 and Bravo. plus you can install android on it, haha
What about the Supersonic? I've written quite a bit about it in this thread. Any and all comments are welcome.

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a 4.3" screen is too big for me (no pun intended), that's why i didn't really like the HD2, well that plus windows mobile. it's probably going to be a great phone, but it's just not for me.
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nash you nailed it on the head bro... I totally agree with everything you said.

I just hope VZ gets the sense ui version... I have a sinking feeling we'll see the N1 in March/April and there will still be no news of bravo/incredible.... and that will really blow. Do you really think VZ will release the sense version at the same time the N1 comes out?

I know google's going to be the one selling the N1 not verizon, so we have that going for us, but I'm skeptical about them releasing a nearly "identical" phone at the same time. What do you think?
Here's what I've been thinking MIGHT happen. Sure, the Nexus One is coming to Verizon. We know that, Google knows that and Verizon knows that. However, I don't think Verizon has any plans, or would be expected to, give the N1 ANY priority at all. Sure, it will be working on their network, but from the looks of the sales numbers from the N1, letting it be on Verizon's network is more of a favor to Google than it is to Verizon.

So, what I'm trying to say is that I don't think Verizon is really paying much attention to the N1. It will kinda take care of itself, as Google is the one doing all of the upkeep, if you will, on that phone. With that said, I think Verizon's primary focus is on their internal phone lineup (phones that will be sold subsidized by them.) That leads me to believe, in theory, that they have a great Android phone in the works and that the Nexus One will not have any effect on that phone coming to market whatsoever. Now...do I think they'll release at the same time? No. That would just be silly and it would just piss Google off. I'm sure there is something in the contract for the Nexus One on Verizon that states that it have it's own release time apart from any other phones.

Now...the questions are: Will the Nexus One release first? Because, if it does it will effect the sales of whatever phone Verizon brings out shortly thereafter that is very comparable, but arguably better, than the Nexus One. The other question is: Will the Nexus one come out after Verizon's new HTC Android phone? Because if this happens, then pretty much no one (in my own personal opinion) would want a phone (the Nexus One) that is slightly inferior, in a few key areas, than the phone that was previously released and subsidized through Verizon.

So, I guess the real question is: Who is Verizon looking out for primarily? I'd say they're looking out for #1. So, that's why I'm thinking that Verizon will put their next HTC phone (the Bravo/Incredible?) on the front burner and the Nexus One will be an after thought that will be released afterwards by Google. Sure, the Nexus One will be using Verizon's network, but that's really all that it will be doing. So, I can't see Verizon putting much effort into it at all, if any, and their next big focus will be on their version of the Bravo, which I happen to believe will be called the "Droid Incredible."

Those are my personal standing opinions on what could possibly happen. I, however, have no inside information. Just my personal thoughts. So take them with a huge grain of salt, but at least it's food for thought.
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a 4.3" screen is too big for me (no pun intended), that's why i didn't really like the HD2, well that plus windows mobile. it's probably going to be a great phone, but it's just not for me.
In this picture of the HD2, do you really think it looks to big?



I don't know - maybe it's just me, but I think this is a good size. I'm currently using the Sprint HTC Hero and the 3.2" screen is just too darn small and that's one of my biggest complaints about the Hero. The main reason I want a new smart phone is so that I can read web pages easily when I'm away from my desk. I haven't tried to compare the actual dimensions, but this phone doesn't look that much bigger than the N1 to me.
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In this picture of the HD2, do you really think it looks to big?



I don't know - maybe it's just me, but I think this is a good size. I'm currently using the Sprint HTC Hero and the 3.2" screen is just too darn small and that's one of my biggest complaints about the Hero. The main reason I want a new smart phone is so that I can read web pages easily when I'm away from my desk. I haven't tried to compare the actual dimensions, but this phone doesn't look that much bigger than the N1 to me.
This may sound silly, and probably will, but I think it comes down to the kind of pants you wear. This may be the issue that is dividing people and we don't even know it. I wear jeans. Not loose fitting wide-legged jeans, but tight jeans. So, yes, this phone would look HUGE in my hip pocket in the style of jeans I wear. Now...for people who wear a more relaxed fit or people who wear khaki pants or dress pants for work or even for casual, this phone would probably be just fine in their pocket. For me, however, I have a hard enough time being comfortable with my keys and cell phone (currently the LG Dare which isn't very big) in one pocket. If I put a phone the size of the HD2 in my hip pockets, it would look like I had a laptop in my pocket. haha So, that may be some of the confusion here. We all have different styles, and we all wear different kinds of pants. Now, the HD2 would fit in my back pocket, but I just know I'd set down on it and crush it and it would be a shame to ruin something so beautiful.
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ya my brother has an eris and the screen was a little too small for comfortable web browsing, that's why the N1 or bravo would be better, they have a 3.7" screen.
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Nashdroid,

I agree with what you're saying about the N1 coming to Verizon, but before I comment further, let me apologize for stepping on your thread...

The Nexus One is what drew me into this forum in the first place. I still think it's a good phone, but Google needs to get their act together on the customer service end. There are so many negative comments about that part of it, that my desire for N1, when is comes to Verizon, has really cooled.

In Google's defense, I figured a lot of the bad press in the beginning was because so many articles were being written by people who are primarily in the iPhone camp. Every time I read a negative article, I thought screw them. On the other hand, Google is responsible for their own customer service and the way they're handling it right now is awful.

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Nashdroid,

I agree with what you're saying about the N1 coming to Verizon, but before I comment further, let me apologize for stepping on your thread...

The Nexus One is what drew me into this forum in the first place. I still think it's a good phone, but Google needs to get their act together on the customer service end. There are so many negative comments about that part of it, that my desire for N1, when is comes to Verizon, has really cooled.

In Google's defense, I figured a lot of the bad press in the beginning was because so many articles were being written by people who are primarily in the iPhone camp. Every time I read a negative article, I thought screw them. On the other hand, Google is responsible for their own customer service and the way they're handling it right now is awful.

Bill
Thank you for the apology, but none was needed. You haven't stepped on anything. Don't even worry about it. We're all just like you; we want to discuss phones and technology. Any discussion related to this mysterious new phone that is rumored to be coming out soon, is welcomed.

Yes, I agree. You stated it perfectly when you said that your desire for the Nexus One has "cooled." Couldn't have said it any better myself. It's not that we don't like it or think it's a bad phone, it's just that our interest in it has cooled. Very well said, and thanks for the insightful thoughts Bill.
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This may sound silly, and probably will, but I think it comes down to the kind of pants you wear.
If the phone is thin, it probably doesn't matter. I just looked up the specs for the N1 and the HD2 and you might be surprised about the size difference:

Nexus One

Height - 119mm
Width - 59.8mm
Depth - 11.5mm

HTC HD2

Height - 120.5mm
Width - 67mm
Depth - 11mm

So we're only talking 1.5mm difference in height and 7.5mm in width. That's only just over a 1/4" difference in width and a negligible amount in height. I really don't think it would look any bigger in your back pocket. Do you?

If you're only gaining a 1/4 in width and about the same height and thickness, wouldn't your really want the 4.3" screen? When you're using the browser, the bigger the better (at least from my Hero perspective) and when you're using GPS navigation in your car, I think you'll appreciate the larger screen. My 3.2" screen doesn't make it.
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If the phone is thin, it probably doesn't matter. I just looked up the specs for the N1 and the HD2 and you might be surprised about the size difference:

Nexus One

Height - 119mm
Width - 59.8mm
Depth - 11.5mm

HTC HD2

Height - 120.5mm
Width - 67mm
Depth - 11mm

So we're only talking 1.5mm difference in height and 7.5mm in width. That's only just over a 1/4" difference in width and a negligible amount in height. I really don't think it would look any bigger in your back pocket. Do you?

If you're only gaining a 1/4 in width and about the same height and thickness, wouldn't your really want the 4.3" screen? When you're using the browser, the bigger the better (at least from my Hero perspective) and when you're using GPS navigation in your car, I think you'll appreciate the larger screen. My 3.2" screen doesn't make it.
Very interesting. You make a very good point. The Nexus One might even be too big in my pocket. haha But yes, I would agree...a 1/4 of an inch doesn't make THAT big of a difference at all, seemingly, but it might when in my pocket. You also haven't seen the jeans I wear. haha

In the end, it will all just come down to trying it in person and putting it in my pocket. I still, honestly, think that the size of the Nexus One is the ABSOLUTE largest that I could pocket. So, even a 1/4 inch bigger would, in fact, be too big. I know that sounds like a stretch and I'm not just trying to further my opinion, I just honestly think that the HD2, though very thin and very similar in size to the Nexus One, would just be tipping the scale on size for me, personally. If you saw the jeans I wear you would understand.

Anyways, yeah, I agree with you. The jeans I wear just make me the exception, I think. I pretty much wear Diesel and Taverniti jeans. So, look them up and you'll see what I'm talking about.
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Heres my thoughts verizon will get to phones one the bravo 3.7 inch the other a 4.3 inch screened phone thats just my thought.
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So, even a 1/4 inch bigger would, in fact, be too big. I know that sounds like a stretch and I'm not just trying to further my opinion, I just honestly think that the HD2, though very thin and very similar in size to the Nexus One, would just be tipping the scale on size for me, personally. If you saw the jeans I wear you would understand.
When I had a flip phone, I never put that in my back pocket, as it was way to thick. Because of that, I got used to wearing a belt holster. I have one for my Hero as well, because I'm afraid of sitting on the phone and breaking it, if it were in my back pocket.

Some might see the holster as dorky, but it isn't like wearing a pocket protector.
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When I had a flip phone, I never put that in my back pocket, as it was way to thick. Because of that, I got used to wearing a belt holster. I have one for my Hero as well, because I'm afraid of sitting on the phone and breaking it, if it were in my back pocket.

Some might see the holster as dorky, but it isn't like wearing a pocket protector.
haha! Yeah, I hear ya. I could never wear a phone holster. But a lot of people do. It would NEVER work with my "look." Just trust me on this one. haha
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Nash,

Here's a funny story written by a guy who had his Hero in his shirt pocket. I was ROTFLMAO while I was reading it. What people come up with... I'm still chuckling.

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Here's a funny story written by a guy who had his Hero in his shirt pocket. I was ROTFLMAO while I was reading it. What people come up with... I'm still chuckling.

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All I have to say about that story is, HOLY CRAP! haha That guy is a great writer! A very interesting story, and very funny!
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I'd have to say it's the funniest post I've ever read.
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i saw that when i posted, i almost cried in tears...

as forthe HD2 vs N1 screen thingy that was being debated, i really feel that although the hd2 screen is larger, i feel it is because the phone just uses it's spaces better, the screen goes ALL THE WAY to the edges, left right, top AND bottom, with a THINNNN row for those keys... the n1 has much more room all the way around. i feel screen size does not matter and a 4.3 would be sweet if they could make efficient use of it like the HD2... no wasted plastic space
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i saw that when i posted, i almost cried in tears...

as forthe HD2 vs N1 screen thingy that was being debated, i really feel that although the hd2 screen is larger, i feel it is because the phone just uses it's spaces better, the screen goes ALL THE WAY to the edges, left right, top AND bottom, with a THINNNN row for those keys... the n1 has much more room all the way around. i feel screen size does not matter and a 4.3 would be sweet if they could make efficient use of it like the HD2... no wasted plastic space
Man, I hear ya there! Honestly, I don't think there's anything more beautiful than a phone that is pretty much all screen. Ya know? It would be so nice to carry around a phone that is just a screen, pretty much. The HD2 is as close as anyone has gotten so far, I'd have to say. I am loving the trend and I hope this will be the standard before too long. That way the focus will be on software and internals instead of how the external aesthetics of the phone look. Does that make sense? I hate wasted space. Having the screen go right to the edge just looks sexy, sleek and professional to me.

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i saw that when i posted, i almost cried in tears...

as forthe HD2 vs N1 screen thingy that was being debated, i really feel that although the hd2 screen is larger, i feel it is because the phone just uses it's spaces better, the screen goes ALL THE WAY to the edges, left right, top AND bottom, with a THINNNN row for those keys... the n1 has much more room all the way around. i feel screen size does not matter and a 4.3 would be sweet if they could make efficient use of it like the HD2... no wasted plastic space
4.3" would be nice, but not necessary for me. My min requirement is 3.7" and if it means AMOLED vs. LCD, I'll take the 3.7" screen. On a side note, people have complained about dropping the Nexus One and cracking the screen pretty bad. Not sure if they had a skin on it, probably not. But if that glass screen goes edge-to-edge moreso in the HD2, I'm thinking cracking the screen is a higher risk with this phone.
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4.3" would be nice, but not necessary for me. My min requirement is 3.7" and if it means AMOLED vs. LCD, I'll take the 3.7" screen. On a side note, people have complained about dropping the Nexus One and cracking the screen pretty bad. Not sure if they had a skin on it, probably not. But if that glass screen goes edge-to-edge moreso in the HD2, I'm thinking cracking the screen is a higher risk with this phone.
Also a good point.

By the way Kyler, you know what our next adventure in here is, right? Trying to figure out who Newsradio is now. Oh boy! Something to keep us entertained while we wait for MWC!
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I'd have to say it's the funniest post I've ever read.
indeed, even my girlfriend got a kick out of it. lol
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Also a good point.

By the way Kyler, you know what our next adventure in here is, right? Trying to figure out who Newsradio is now. Oh boy! Something to keep us entertained while we wait for MWC!
I have a feeling his MO will make it pretty obvious. If he's smart, he won't do it because he's practically guaranteed a ban if he does.
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Here's a funny story written by a guy who had his Hero in his shirt pocket. I was ROTFLMAO while I was reading it. What people come up with... I'm still chuckling.

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I didn't take the time to read it initially, but...ROTFLMFAO. That can't be real, but it's hilarious.
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Also a good point.

By the way Kyler, you know what our next adventure in here is, right? Trying to figure out who Newsradio is now. Oh boy! Something to keep us entertained while we wait for MWC!
My opinion would be to forget about Newsradio. All of the negative comments between him and some of the other forum members is what caused those threads to be closed.

Everyone here is into phones, but come on, they're only phones. The fighting is not worth it and all the negative comments ruin the thread.

Just my opinion,

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My opinion would be to forget about Newsradio. All of the negative comments between him and some of the other forum members is what caused those threads to be closed.

Everyone here is into phones, but come on, they're only phones. The fighting is not worth it and all the negative comments ruin the thread.

Just my opinion,

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I didn't mean PUBLICLY try to figure out what his new identity is. I meant behind the scenes. I created this thread, and I am the last person who wants it to be derailed by a bunch of senseless discussion. I believe it's been going pretty well thus far. It doesn't matter anyways, because we have pretty much all, privately, figured out who he is already...

Moving on...
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i smell a new game coming on "who knows the new news(radio)"
Nash..you get to be the host
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