Which new phone to buy?


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  1. sweetescapes

    sweetescapes New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I'm a Roger's customer ( for 1 more year waiting to end contract). I used to have a HTC Dream which I loved but after the 911 bug fiasco broke my phone they gave me a Blackberry ( which is now broken).

    I'm trying to figure which Android phone would be my best choice now. I was thinking the Nexus S so I can avoid problems with updating the OS through Rogers again.

    I was also looking at the Sony Xperia play and the Galaxy S. I like both but I also like that the Nexus S is unlocked so I can leave Rogers when my contract is up.

    Any suggestions?
     

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  2. Crimson13

    Crimson13 Well-Known Member

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    If you can wait til 3rd quarter there should be a new nexus phone. If not, go with the nexus s.

    I went from a galaxy s captivate to a nexus s and it felt like a huge upgrade.
     
  3. newuser1

    newuser1 Active Member

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    This, I'm waiting to see who gets the new Nexus (prime?)
     
  4. sweetescapes

    sweetescapes New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thank you, decided on the Nexus love it and love not having to worry about rogers never updating it.

    Actually bought it from Koodoo because it was $50 cheaper than from Rogers.

    My husband's iphone 3G is dying now have been debating whether to get another Nexus S or waiting to see about the about getting a Samsung galaxy 2 and getting it unlockedMy real concern lies in the carrier actually updating the software since Rogers screwed us over with the HTC dream.
     
  5. Crimson13

    Crimson13 Well-Known Member

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    It's not just the carrier, it's the fault of the manufacturer too.
     

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