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Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by mcarlos95, May 30, 2011.

  1. mcarlos95

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    I'm really starting to like Android's features. I'm definitely going to go to T-Mobile and AT&T to check out some Android phones. So do you guys think the G2X is good? How about the HTC Impression?<---That's gonna be cool, but how is HTC Sense 3.0? Is it good at all or does it make it look like a toy? What do you guys think? G2x, Impression, or Galaxy S II? Which will have/has a better screen(ppi)? Thanks, and lets please keep this civilized...:)
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    Sorry just found out that HTC Sense 3.0 hasn't been released yet(???). Not sure...
     

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    It's called HTC Sensation. Impression is a Samsung featurephone.

    All three phones, G2X, SGS2, Sensation are awesome. You need to identify certain priorities you are weighing more, and from there we can make a better match for you.

    Picking the right Android phone is like picking your prom date from a collection of cuties.
     
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    What we think doesn't matter. You need to select a device based on your needs/wants, not ours. That is, unless you're buying them for us. :D

    Again, you need to determine your prefence. Whether you like Sense or not is something that you'll have to figure out. Some people like it, some don't. If there was a universal answer we'd either all be using Sense devices or no one would be using them.

    As always, select your carrier first based on real world coverage where you need it.

    Specs are posted online for you to refer to.
     

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