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I want the best android device on the market

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by coco16, Nov 9, 2010.

  1. coco16

    coco16 New Member
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    hello i just got a captivate from att for $1 dollar i was wondering if is good to keep this phone or get another one i want a good android device i still have time to cancel the contract without a etf fee please help me :(
     

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  2. avacomputers

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    Best Android Device = EVO.
     
  3. batgeek

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    the best is subjective and almost entirely an individual's preference(wants and needs of what you want the phone to do for you).
     
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  4. lunatic59

    lunatic59 Moderati ergo sum
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    Right now, at this moment, the Galaxy S phones spec out at the top of the heap. Tomorrow .... who knows?
     
  5. xzillerationer

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    I'm not sure... I think... somewhere...
    The only good one is the Epic 4G, because that is on a CDMA network. (The Fascinate is ok, but it's crippled by Verizon). I'd say the G2, or The D2, or DX, Dinc, EVO, among many others.
     
  6. coco16

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    i want something fast with good screen good battery life and 3g or 4g i really dont care about that.
     
  7. batgeek

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    pick a provider. pick their top of the line Android phone(even the dumbest CS rep at any provider can tell you that). pay your money. done.
     
  8. toomuchgame441

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    Being on Sprint, you can't go wrong with the Evo, its smooth and just a beast of a device, can't imagine having anything else. It's just a powerhouse and does everything I need from browsing, multimedia, camera, games etc... go EVO!
     
  9. ashykat

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    As it was said before the "best android phone" is subjective. What do you need your phone for? Are you a heavy texter? Are you into productivity apps? Do you like to listen to music and watch videos on your phone? Are you big into social networking? Do you like to tinker and root/install custom roms? Do you prefer a physical keyboard?

    All of those questions can change what the best device FOR YOU is. I for one wouldn't purchase a smartphone from AT&T because at the moment at least they're the only provider out of the big four that don't offer unlimited data. Chances are most people don't go over 2 gigs anyway but I'd rather not worry about it. Anyway, make a list of what's important to you in your phone then pick your phone from that. My best and your best may not be the same thing.
     
  10. Eazail70x7

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    Best on Sprint: Epic 4g and Evo 4g
    Best on Verizon: Droid X and Fascinate
    Best on Tmobile: G2, Vibrant and MyTouch 4g
    Best on At&t: Captivate

    There, I've narrowed it to "only" (lol) 8 super androids. Its hard to say which is best for you cause I'm not sure what you're looking for. Obviously each of them will have some form of flaw because nothing is perfect so you must weigh the pros vs the cons. I suggest reading some reviews and watching hands on videos on each one that interests you so that you can find your match.

    Can't go wrong with any of them though, Android is really pulling out the stops lately.
     
  11. chrlswltrs

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    Those would be my votes, personal preference though. I would go with the X. Verizon is definitely tops when it comes to coverage

    Sprint would be the second choice because of phones

    I would personally never have AT&T or T-mobile again because of a combination of bad customer service and network for both.
     
  12. Raftysworld

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    *Snicker*
     
  13. clutchy

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    the evo battery sucks, the screen is marginal.

    the rest of the phone is exceptional.
     

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