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    Default Which Android device to choose?

    So here's a little backstory. I had Android for a little bit with the Samsung Captivate and HTC Status. But at the time, it was more advantageous for me to have a BlackBerry, so I rode out my Bold and Torch for a while. Until I got into WP7, had the Focus and loved it until it got stolen. Went out recently and bought the Focus Flash. It's a good phone but I miss having that amazing 4" screen on the Captivate and Focus. So I am on a bit of a budget and have AT&T, and as I am not eligible for an upgrade until December, I've gone the eBay route.

    I decided that I wanted to go back to Android because of the screen size and there are a few apps that I don't have on Windows Phone that I would like (i.e. Flipboard, Words with Friends, and I miss launchers too lol). So according to my budget I have narrowed it down to two choices, either a Nexus S (optimized for AT&T) or the original Motorola Atrix. I understand that there are better phones out there, so please don't say something like "neither, get a SGS3". These are the ones that I have narrowed it down to that I can afford now until later this year where I can throw money at some quadcore LTE deliciousness. So what do you guys think? Atrix or Nexus S?
    Nokia E71, Nokia E72, iPhone 2g, BlackBerry Bold 9000, Palm Pixi Plus, BlackBerry Torch, Samsung Captivate
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    Default Re: Which Android device to choose?

    Get the Nexus - it should get Jelly Bean and you'll still be in the current mix.
    Some say that his dormant chips were left that way for YOUR SAFETY... Others say that once "turned on," he can not be turned off... All we know is... He's called The Stig.

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