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  • Need help selecting new phone [ATT]

    I'm due for an upgrade. I have an older "dumb" phone Samsung Impression (II?) with the QWERTY Keyboard.

    I'm considering the Samsung Captivate Glide. Reason being I want an Android phone for better web/apps, and a full QWERTY since I have large hands and HATE touch screen keyboards.

    Any other recommendations?

    I currently have an unlimited text and data plan and a comfortable amount of minutes. I pay about 80 bucks a month.

    Apple is not up for discussion ;)
    Skud



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    Re: Need help selecting new phone [ATT]

    Motorola Droid 4?

    I would suggest the Galaxy Nexus but if you need a keyboard then consider that?

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      Droid 4 + 1

      It is currently the best full qwerty phone on the market and is upgradable to Ice cream sandwich.
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        Re: Need help selecting new phone [ATT]

        I enjoy ice cream sandwiches, does the droid 4 dispense them??
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        • #5
          Re: Need help selecting new phone [ATT]

          AFAIK Droid 4 is not coming to ATT... Verizon has a death grip on Motorolla.
          Skud


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          • #6
            Re: Need help selecting new phone [ATT]

            Well it is carried by sprint but I love my EVO. If AT&T carries anything like that I would recommend it.



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            • #7
              Re: Need help selecting new phone [ATT]

              Make sure you try out swype before you decide you must have a keyboard. Keyboards really bulk up a phone. If I were you, I'd walk into a store that has lots of functioning floor models and play around to see what you like.

              I've had the MyTouch 4G which is an HTC android for TMobile for a year now - I think it quite nice. However, these phones do not really get upgrades past major bug fixes. There have been one or two major Android releases since I bought mine. Once your phone is a year old, there'll be something way shinier out. If you have to have the latest and greatest, buy so but expect to pay a premium. If not, you may want to consider getting a used or older model phone at a nice discount.

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