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Old February 6th, 2013, 01:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default BEST AT&T device with mid size screen?

I currently have a HTC Inspire and am needing a new phone. The new ones all have even bigger screens which I dont like. I want something that goes in my pocket and thought the inspire was as big as I can stand. Is there anything decent in a similar size?

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Define decent? what specs are you looking for? high end, low end, mid grade? we just got the pantech flex and we love it, but I didn't need any awesome space or quad cores or anything like that. it is still small enough to be comfortable as a phone with a screen big enough to see. it works seamlessly and doesn't bug up. works for us
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