AT&T Getting HTC Desire, Sprint Getting Hero 2?


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    A new rumor that seems probable has hit BGR but we should warn you it’s still just a rumor: AT&T will be getting the HTC Desire in May or June and Sprint will be getting the HTC Hero 2, a revised version of the HTC Legend. Google would still likely sell the Nexus One with [...]

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    I hate all of these rumors, they all say phones are supposed to go to different carriers but none of them ever say verizon is going to get a good new phone, im from a decently small town so the only good service we have is verizon which never has any of the latest and greatest phones.
     
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    Droid, Droid Eris, and Nexus One says hi.
     
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    Motorola is a horrible, every phone that i have dealt with in the past was just junk, plus the droid is big, clunky and the keyboard sucks in my opinion. The Eris is lacking in hardware and the nexus one isn't on the market for verizon because i think 500 bucks for a phone is just ridiculous. Plus i think the HTC Sense UI looks amazing compared to nexus one and the droid.
     
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    Okay first, because you had an issue with them in the past doesn't mean they're bad now. It just means you had issues with them in the past. Most people like the Droid and doesn't really think it's clunky. It is heavy, but that's the price of having a metal casing--durable, but heavier than plastic. If you don't want to use the keyboard, guess what? You don't have to use it, my friends barely use their keyboards.

    As for the Droid Eris, it is a tad light considering it's specs, but beggers can't be choosers.

    Third, the Nexus One WILL be on Verizon, and I'm not sure why you don't think it could be subsidized with a plan considering you can with the T-Mobile version.

    It sounds like you're just trying to flamebait to me.
     

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