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No Nexus One,What are my options with Sprint???

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  1. jonathan76888

    jonathan76888 Well-Known Member
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    i was waiting for the N1, but now there wont be any, i dont like the huge screen on the evo!! so what are my current of future options with sprint???
     

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    well, since you have the hero...... (hunch my shoulder .gif)
     
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    I am in the same boat! The 3.7 inch screen was perfect! I am still bummed the N1 was cancelled...

    I guess we can hope the Samsung Galaxy S comes to Sprint. Not confirmed.
     
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    naaa samsung moment and the htc hero , are already mid level devices,
    i wanted the 3.7" screen,top device;)
     
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    I say suck it up and get the EVO. You'll probably find out you love it the day you buy it ;) Bigger screen is always better when it comes to Android (IMO)

    With that being said, Samsung Moment is basically the only other option unless you wait to see what else comes to Sprint down the line.
     
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    I was waiting for the N1 to come to sprint too and was pretty bummed that it didnt.

    I also did not want the EVO because of the screen size, but I am going to go for it because it's going to be the top of the line android phone, and who know, maybe the screen size will be just fine after a couple weeks of getting used to it.

    its going to be pretty cool to having a matching phone to go with my car :D
     
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    Google changes Nexus One plans, will stop selling handsets online


    Id say sit back and wait. Since google will now go through carriers to sell this phone now, maybe sprint just might pick this phone up. Who knows. But google shot themselves in the foot with this phone as far as with sprint. Because sprint really does have a better phone coming out with the evo4g.
     
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    i would say go walk into a tmobile store or walmart for that matter and hold the htc hd2 in your hand. i used to think the phone was to big but when i held it in my hand its about the perfect size. you dont really know until its inyour hand
     
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    i saw one and the incredible yesterday at best buy. The screens were huge, but not the actual phones though. Me personally, im just used to having a phone with a screen only taking up about half of the real estate (my tour). If my tour was all touch screen then I wouldnt think its large at all.
     
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    the galaxy s has a 4.0 inch screen
     
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    Funny, I did the exact same thing the other day and had the opposite reaction. Yeah, sexy, but just bigger in my pocket than I liked.

    To each his own, but for what I use a phone for and the type of internet I do use on a phone, I just prefer a slightly smaller form factor. Plus my hands are on the smaller side

    But absolutely, folks should go and look and decide what is best for them
     
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    Options? Wait for Fall and Winter 4G phones. (I have no choice because my upgrade is in November lol)
     
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    Heard something called the Scorpion. But I think it's just a hopped up Evo. I would really like the N1 also. I'm very comfortable holding my Hero and think that the Evo is just too large.
     
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    You are aware that Sprint already rejected them, right? The EVO is the king Android device on Sprint, and they don't want the N1 to interfere.
     

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