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The right Android phone for me ?

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  1. Armitage

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    Hi

    My name is Micha
     

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    Get an UNLOCKED Nexus One (the t-mobile version). Then, every country you got to, get a Pay as you go (mobicarte) sim card. That way, you can use 3G wherever you go.
     
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    Thanks for the answers :)
    That would be nearly perfect I suppose.

    Bluenova : The HTC Desire look very interesting !
    Do you know if anything better is announced just after ?
    Something with a Tegra processor for example.

    I see price around 600
     
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    That's refreshing. Most people are looking for "the best" as if there's one single device that everyone in the world wants.

    You need to also look into GPS apps then. If you mean GPS nav apps, the ones I've seen with maps stored on the SD card offer maps in regions (charging for each additional region in many cases).

    You can scratch the Droid off your list. It's CDMA only. The Milestone, its GSM counterpart, however, may be an option but I'm not aware of its specifications.
     
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    It is identical apart from the GSM thing.
     

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