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Old April 26th, 2011, 01:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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This has been a curiosity of mine since my fellow Nexus friends started upgrading their phones. What phones are people replacing their Nexus One with? I've seen a few in a lot of the other Forums. I'm not sure if the people that have gotten another phone check the Nexus One Forum. Hopefully they do and can post their responses here There was something special about being a Nexus One owners and the I felt the Nexus One community was really close knit.

I'll start and say I'm an Atrix owner now.

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Old April 26th, 2011, 01:26 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Replace... Nexus... One....

Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!
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i didn't go anywhere yet ...waiting for 4th quarter of the year to see what hi-tech top producers bring. for now my n1 works fine ,thanx to team cyanogen too.
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Haven't found one yet, but maybe that's because the honeymoon isn't over yet.
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i didn't go anywhere yet ...waiting for 4th quarter of the year to see what hi-tech top producers bring. for now my n1 works fine ,thanx to team cyanogen too.
You flirted with the X10 lol

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Haven't found one yet, but maybe that's because the honeymoon isn't over yet.
haha damn long honeymoon. I hope it's not longer than between you and Ms. Lunatic
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Old April 26th, 2011, 02:21 PM   #6 (permalink)
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haha damn long honeymoon. I hope it's not longer than between you and Ms. Lunatic



You think I could keep My N1 going for 27 years?
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haha, well...you're still in the Honeymoon phase with it now :P I say...5 yrs
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haha, well...you're still in the Honeymoon phase with it now :P I say...5 yrs
It's been 15 years since my first cell phone and I'm on my 7th, so that puts me at a little over 2 years per phone, average.

Can't say the same thing about wives, though. If I remember the contract for those, there was no upgrade policy and one heck of a termination fee.
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G2x. I will never get rid of my n1.
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It's been 15 years since my first cell phone and I'm on my 7th, so that puts me at a little over 2 years per phone, average.
But I don't think you were on a honeymoon with those phones for over a year

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You can upgrade...in the next life :P haha Or downgrade if you're unlucky enough
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I'll be sticking with my Nexus One until I'm forced to upgrade through the AT&T / T-Mobile merger ><
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But I don't think you were on a honeymoon with those phones for over a year
True enough. In the case of the Incite, there was no honeymoon at all ... it was the Charlie Sheen of cell phones.


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Oh no. No upgrading for me, although I have been considering flashing her recently. If I'm lucky we'll enter the next life together (but not anytime soon).
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I haven't switched yet, but I am pondering a Thunderbolt.

Not so much because its a better phone, but for the LTE.
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I still have mine, but I'd love to see what Nexus phone comes after the Nexus S.
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I'm trying out the G2X. So far, I like it, but I don't see where anything out right now has that much over the N1. The two cameras are nice, but it almost feels like the same phone to me, minus the trackball. I only got it because of the proposed T-Mo/ATT merger.
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You'll be disappointed when you realize it doesn't work on both TM & ATT 3G then.
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You'll be disappointed when you realize it doesn't work on both TM & ATT 3G then.
I was told my T-Mo that it would not work right now, but the capability is in the phone and would be turned on if the proposed merger was approved. I'm thinking they have it disabled right now to keep the phone on T-Mo for business reasons.
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I'm not planning on ditching the N1 until the next wave of 4G/LTE phones come out. I want them to work out the network infrastructure issues *cough Verizon!* and get better speeds *cough Sprint!* along with fixing the battery issues associated with using these faster speeds. Maybe come Christmas things will be better and more appealing. After all, I'm not exactly waiting with great anticipation to jump from my contract free, unlimited internet and free tethering (right now) plan on AT&T to sign a 2 year contract with unlimited "capped" internet use and tethering that alone costs almost the same as a phone plan with unlimited data on Virgin Mobile.
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