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Anyone regretting the X now with the new crop of phones arriving?
Well it's been a few months since we got our X's, since then a slew of new android phones have been released and announced. Has the honeymoon ended and you wish you had waited or there's nothing that can come between you and your X.
Verizon is now getting the Global phones the Droid Pro the Samsung Continuum and the Incredible HD plus the original Incredible has returned and the rumored HTC Merge
T-mobile now has the G2 and the MyTouch HD
AT&T has the rumored Dell Thunder
and lets not forget the highly rumored Samsung Nexus 2 (S2)
- 11-04-2010, 02:15 AM #2
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- 11-04-2010, 05:45 AM #5
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Psst...this is Android. There's *always* a slew of new phones being released (and it seems like it will only get "worse"). Whatever you buy will be surpassed by some manufacturer on some carrier in months if not sooner, enjoy what you've got or learn to pay full price and live month-to-month.Galaxy Nexus (VZW)
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- 11-04-2010, 05:59 AM #6
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- 11-04-2010, 08:15 AM #10
The only thing out right now that would make me regret getting my droid x will beat the h t c merge. But I am sure when my new every 2 is available there will be something even better out.
As far as phones on other carriers I could care less because there is no way in hell I would go to at&t t mobile or sprint
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- 11-04-2010, 10:59 AM #13BEACH BUM
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Very happy with my Droid X. I do have to say that it is hard to fight the temptation to have the latest and greatest. You will drive yourself insane, it is true that there will always be newer, faster, better devices. Some of us have will power some of us don't, it's all good!
- 11-04-2010, 11:49 AM #14
- 11-04-2010, 12:07 PM #15
LOVE the DX!! I notice, though, it's not getting much ad time on TV - only mentions here and there.
Personally, I feel as though the DX is a "half-way" point between a cell phone and a pad-type device. It has the best of both worlds and it's size is the only price to pay on that, if you consider that a disadvantage. I think the size is what makes it all work so well, along with the outstanding capabilities! So far, the others may match one feature or another but taken overall, I think the X has them beat... still.
I know there will be more advances and welcome them. But sometimes seems technology defeats itself becoming more complex as it tries to become increasingly "user friendly" or diverse in its capabilities.Always learning ...
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- 11-04-2010, 06:10 PM #18
If I was still stuck in BB land, then I might be jonesing for a new model. However, I'm stuck in DX land and not really needing or wanting to change. Now that could change, but it hasn't and nothing posted up so far is making me want to change. I would like to look at the Droid Pro, but that's more curiosity than anything else.
And if you're keeping score (just wanted to say that, doesn't mean anything) I believe I'm typing way faster on the virtual keyboard than on any physical keyboard. Funny, I thought it might be the other way around, but it's not.
New models might be out there, but I'm still getting looks from other folks who are asking what kind of phone I've got. The last guy I showed it to only had one comment. He said, "Man! That thing is fast!" Got to love hearing that.
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Tech becomes absolete every 6 months so you gotta get what available when you're ready to purchase. Something better will ALWAYS be on the horizon. The Droid X stock alone is a beast of a device. If you're rooted, then you truly begin to see its potential. If you're blurrless....wow!! If you OC it........its like s laptop in your hand. The X is THE phone for me.
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- 11-05-2010, 09:29 AM #25
i regret mine for other reasons, but i have an upgrade every 2-3 months, so new phones are never a problem for me
i've had the Droid, Droid Incredible, Droid X, and the Incredible HD is next on my radar...i also have an upgrade hitting Feb 23, so 4G here i come