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Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by printrenori, Sep 15, 2011.

  1. printrenori

    printrenori Lurker
    Thread Starter

    What I know about Android phones: There are many of them.
    What I don't know about Android phones: Which one to get.

    Basically I'd like a decent Android phone without a keyboard, just a touch screen. My current phone is the granddaddy of Androids, the T-Mobile G1, and while I'd obviously like something faster than that, I'm not exactly looking for the greatest Android in existence. In fact, I'm not really planning on spending more than $250 on a no-contract phone I might be able to buy new somewhere online for T-Mobile. What phones would you guys suggest I look into?

  2. ardchoille

    ardchoille Android Expert

    I would recommend waiting for a month if possible. The holiday shopping season is coming up and there are new phones waiting to be released.
  3. printrenori

    printrenori Lurker
    Thread Starter

    I'm actually not really interested at all in getting a new phone, just a decent phone. I'd buy, for example, the Nexus One, but it's just slightly above my price range at $290 for a new one online.
  4. ardchoille

    ardchoille Android Expert

    Ok, then you might visit this page. Scott Swain compiled, and updates, that page to help folks decide on which phone to purchase. Some great info there.
  5. chanchan05

    chanchan05 The Doctor

    A Galaxy SL is priced at around $300. Dont know if that's available in your country, but it has the same specs as the more expensive Galaxy S except for having less internal memory and an S-LCD screen instead of AMOLED. Once the holiday season comes in and new phones are released, its gonna go cheaper.
  6. weiss27md

    weiss27md Member

    I would recommend moving to Sprint.
  7. JeffinCA

    JeffinCA Member

    I bought a used-but-in-like-new-condition EVO 4G on eBay for $202.50. After you have decided which phone you want, see what's available. I had to bid (and lose) on 3-4 phones before I got what I wanted for a price I was willing to pay.


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