What is the best 4 inch att phone?

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  1. cannon11

    cannon11 Well-Known Member
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    Getting my first android, off contract, probably off ebay or maybe craigslist.
    What is the best 4 inch screen phone that Is a AT&T phone? There haven't been any at all in 2012 I don't think, I think the last was late 2010 or early 2011. The Best I have come up with is the nexus s or the motorola atrix 4g. Is there anything better than that?
    I guess IF I REALLY REALLY HAVE TO, I could do 4.3 inches.
    If so, what is the best 4.3 inch phone from att? The galaxy s2? What are some other good 4.3 options?
    thanks
     

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  2. BSP

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    I believe the HTC One V has a 4in screen and connect to AT&T (not sure).

    Also maybe the new HTC One VX?
     
  3. cannon11

    cannon11 Well-Known Member
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    Almost posotive the one v is only on sprint/virgin mobile.. someone correct me if i
    m wrong, and the vx is 4.5 inches, too big.
     
  4. bob60626

    bob60626 Well-Known Member
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    Does the Samsung Blaze support their frequencies/come on AT&T?
     
  5. MinDev

    MinDev Well-Known Member
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    Really?
    You can try the Samsung Captivate Glide. It has a slide out keyboard, though.
     
  6. damewolf13

    damewolf13 live~laugh~love
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    I have moved this thread into the AT&T forum for further discussion, since the folks that use AT&T may have a better idea of their current line of phones.
     
  7. macgiobuin

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    I like my Atrix 2.....hard to beat 40 gigs of memory.
     

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