Picking the best Android phone....great article


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    brownbuffalo Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    cabraswell Well-Known Member

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    Great article and nice to see he picked the Incredible as his favorite. His major complaint (lack of 720p video recording) about it will be remedied once Froyo is released.
     
  3. AttorneyIncredible

    AttorneyIncredible Well-Known Member

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    i wonder how much HTC paid them to get them to pick their phone? these reviews generally get "paid for" there is always a kicker.

    It is a great phone though.
     
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    killadanny Well-Known Member

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    Nice article, a win for us none the less.
     
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    AttorneyIncredible Well-Known Member

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    def. win, but its like those studies that come out that X or Y isn't harmful or is harmful, they are usually funded by the person trying to prove it is or isn't.
     
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    cabraswell Well-Known Member

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    Attorney...you're such an optimist! :p
     
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    AttorneyIncredible Well-Known Member

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    realist, just the way the world works, but hey, i am as pumped as the next guy that our phone won.
     
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    Like some reviews do, they either dismiss or downplay call quality. Its not just the carrier and the network. The phone plays a part in it too.

    Anytime I have 4 phones, all on the same carrier, 2 had bad reception where I worked, (a bad reception area) my next phone had better reception than the other 2, and my latest has better reception than all 3, I would think the phone plays a part too....

    The phones were, in the order I brought them:
    Samsung u740, Samsung Omnia 1, Droid 1, X.

    So he picked the Inc and the EVO, and his personal fav was the Inc. Its a Sense UI thing. Thats all. Some software tweaking to the X and Samsung phones, and they can hold their own against other phones. (the Samsung phones might need a lil more than software tweaking...)

    I personally think 4" is the sweet spot for screen size. I can see 4" becoming the new 3.5"-3.7".
     

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