Last Updated: Jul 19,2011
I'm on my second HTC device (first Android one)
T-Mobile Dash (HTC Excalibur) WM 6.1
HTC EVO 4G
My wife has the Incredible, that's it for our HTC experience.
Incredible 'and lovin it!'
I was using an iPhone 3G but after it getting too slow after the update to v3.x, I was getting annoyed with it. I was in a BestBuy store and handled a few devices and liked the Android operating system, so I picked up the HTC Legend to play with it and get some Android experience. After a day I was hooked on it and will never go back to iPhones. I have since given the Legend to my wife and she loves it, and picked up the Desire for myself. I had to get it unlocked to use on my carrier, but it worked great and I like it a lot. I've since done a flash of the ROM to a generic HTC v2.2 Froyo firmware that is unbranded and unlocked, and now it works even better.
I'm a happy HTC camper now!
HTC Touch Pro > HTC Hero > HTC Evo.
I almost got the HTC Touch Pro 2 instead of the Hero, but Android was too enticing.
HTC Desire. My first smartphone & I rooted it last night.
HTC Kaiser/AT&T Tilt
HTC Rhodium/T-Mobile Touch Pro2
HTC Leo/T-Mobile HD2 - Running Android beautifully!
HTC Touch Diamond > HTC Hero > HTC EVO
I had the HTC Touch Pro first. It had lots of nifty features and was supposed to be "the best of the best" at the time. Quickly I realised that it was so slow and would freeze so frequently that it was not a great choice.
The EVO was next. This is a wonderful phone with only one major defect - it's on Sprint.
Now I have an HD2 with Froyo on T-mobile. So far it is great.
Hero > EVO
When I was planning on upgrading from my Hero I looked at both the Epic and the Evo. Since I was use to HTC platform I loved the Evo. Samsung's platoform seems foreign and not as accessible.
I've had the Touch (Windows Mobile) the Touch Diamond (WM) and now the Desire Z.
Tanager, XDA2 and HTC Touch GSM
My husband has a Verizon Wireless smart phone from HTC XV6900. He's had it for years and isn't looking to change it out in the near future. He was so happy with HTC that I started looking into one of the HTC devices. Ended up with the Incredible- which is my first HTC device.
I am going to have the very first HTC next week. It's an incredible.
I had a G1 for about a month then I finally got rid of T-moblie being with them for about 2-3 years. Switched over to Verzion to get the eris never going back to T-moblie!
And it truly is Incredible
First had the Snap with sprint (WM) hated it, swaped to verizon Eris (best phone ive ever held)
Eris and Incredible.
HTC Incredible and lovin it
Tilt, Hero, Aria
I currently have a Sprint HTC Touch Diamond (yes, I know, very lame in 2011). The battery life sucks, but it's still a good looking phone IMO and it's running a WinMo 6.5 ROM from XDA with XANDROID 2.2 loaded as well.
If I get my way (still have to negotiate with the wife ) I'll be switching to Verizon and a shiny new Thunderbolt when our Sprint contract is up at the end of March.
HTC Incredible here. I didn't think much of HTC till I got this. Now, I probably won't go for anything but HTC. I absolutely LOVE Sense, even after trying AOSP.
Also got my DInc first day it came out. So in about 14 months or so (hopefully not sooner), when I possibly have a career job ready, I'll get my own Verizon account with an HTC phone again (on my mom's account now).
HTC Touch Pro 2 and I absolutely hate it. Nothing against HTC (other than it has the spec's of a PC 10 yrs ago). I think the main problem is it's running Winmo on it, which creates a very laggy environment (especially being paired with Sense). This phone is not deterring me at all from buying another HTC device though.
Eris. That's about it.
i had the g1 when it first came out then as soon as the g2 came out i pre-ordered it
so g1 and g2 for me
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