View Poll Results: What is the best Android phone on T-Mobile?

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  • Motorola Defy

    6 1.13%
  • Dell Streak 7

    1 0.19%
  • Samsung Nexus S

    84 15.88%
  • Samsung Galaxy S 4G

    44 8.32%
  • HTC Sensation

    279 52.74%
  • T-Mobile Sidekick 4G

    0 0%
  • T-Mobile G2

    21 3.97%
  • T-Mobile G2X

    56 10.59%
  • T-Mobile MyTouch 4G

    14 2.65%
  • T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Slide

    24 4.54%
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    Default Readers choice awards: T-Mobile's best Android phone


    Android Central needs your input! We're asking each of you guys, on the US carrier that started it all, which Android phone (current models only) is the best on T-Mobile.

    Does the HTC Sensation with it's big screen and Sense 3.0 tickle your fancy? Or maybe you can't live without the G2's awesome keyboard, or the Nexus S and it's direct ties to Google make it the best -- we want to hear from you!

    The poll is private (meaning nobody knows what you choose) but feel free to explain your choice in this thread. You can only vote once, and there is no wrong answer. Once we let this one run it's course, we'll close it and tally up the votes.

    Now let's hear it
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    Tmobile G2 all the way. Im a little biased as its the phone I have but its pretty great.
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    I'm sorry. The only logical answer is the myTouch 4g Slide (I want that phone sooooo badly!)
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    I own every major T-Mobile phone. Nexus One, G2. MyTouch 4G, G2X, and finally the Sensation. The Sensation is without a doubt the best T-Mobile phone. (could use more inboard memory) Saying that I still have a hard time leaving my Nexus One at home.

    Because of potential buyout I went and bought the Verizon Thunderbolt and got hooked up with the all data plan before they changed their policy. I absolutely love the Thunnderbolt with the ext. battery and Seidio ext case. Also picked up the seido desk dock all from the Android Central Store.
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    Default Re: Readers choice awards: T-Mobile's best Android phone

    T-Mobile did me dirty!! don't care for them to much
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolftrakx26 View Post
    T-Mobile did me dirty!! don't care for them to much
    Then I don't see a reason to be posting here about your issues with T-Mobile since is just to decide the best phone and yeah definitely the sensation until the Hercules comes out
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    It was hard for me to decide between the G2X and the sensation, but the G2X to me is very impressive.
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    i'd say Nexus S because its more stable, sure the sensation looks, feels, better, and is better on papaer, but ive heard that its very laggy, and i used one in a tmobile store, and it was, if it wasnt laggy then id go for Sensation
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    Quote Originally Posted by VCL View Post
    I own every major T-Mobile phone. Nexus One, G2. MyTouch 4G, G2X, and finally the Sensation. The Sensation is without a doubt the best T-Mobile phone. (could use more inboard memory) Saying that I still have a hard time leaving my Nexus One at home.

    Because of potential buyout I went and bought the Verizon Thunderbolt and got hooked up with the all data plan before they changed their policy. I absolutely love the Thunnderbolt with the ext. battery and Seidio ext case. Also picked up the seido desk dock all from the Android Central Store.
    Thank You for the very quick and free delivery.
    Guess you need to try the Nexus S. But I too sometimes grab my Nexus One for old times sake and if it was on the list I would probably vote for it because it is a solid classic phone. Plus my Nexus S and One have had Netflix and Hulu Plus from day one not to mention any other update. Tough to beat that.
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    I would have voted for the sensation seeing how problematic the G2x was out of the gate. But now with GB, it blows the Sensation away IMO in terms of its speed. I always found manufacturers skins bog down a device, my case in point with the sensation. Again, that is my observation, I am not saying it to put down sensation owners.
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    I have to say G2 (love my keyboard :P) or G2X for now because of their dev community, but once it picks up on the Sensation and the MT4GS they'll have my vote.
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    The G2. Amazing dev community, and no major issues plaguing its launch. Holding up very well as time goes on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinton View Post
    Guess you need to try the Nexus S. But I too sometimes grab my Nexus One for old times sake and if it was on the list I would probably vote for it because it is a solid classic phone. Plus my Nexus S and One have had Netflix and Hulu Plus from day one not to mention any other update. Tough to beat that.
    Nexus one was probably one of the best phones I've ever had. I got Nexus S the day it was released and I just couldn't sell my Nexus One, I would always go back to it. It took me four months to sell that phone and I still wish I hadn't sold it.

    Nexus S is a great phone but Nexus One was the best phone of all the choices during 2010.
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    I really like the samsung vibrant I have for the last year. Lots of roms and it always comes back to eclair 2.1 it has given me nothing but good service.
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    I was so upset with my vibrant and Samsung's horrible lag causing file system, I bought a sensation off contract. Best decision I've ever made.
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    I don't know too much about the other phone, but I picked up a G2X this week after leaving Sprint and this phone is amazing. I had to vote for it. It makes my old Evo sit in the corning and cry.
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    Sensation is my dream phone, if only TMO was good in my area.
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    It was a really difficult choice between the Sensation and the G2X.

    My reasoning was that the G2x had problems out of the gate that plagued the phone, but has sense been fixed. The Sensastion has been accused of being laggy a few times, but has a superior interface. Also, an update for the Sensation is scheduled within 1 month time, according to HTC.

    Then there is the support to consider. Its a safe bet to assume that the Sensation will get more attention and support from both developers and HTC than the G2x will with LG and developers.

    So, I went with the Sensation.
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    Sensation so far baby!! Even though we could use an update for it And once htc unlocks the bootloader for it ill then root it sometime this year lol hopefully T-Mobile gets the new Nexus/Prime by then because i will be getting that for sure!
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    T-Mobile G2X is the fastest and definitely the best.
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    I voted for the Sensation because I absolutely love the design. Its a very sexy phone. The performance is excellent. Can't wait to see what its like after a few updates. Only complaint about the phone is the antenna which really ins't that bad and the horrible speaker quality. Volume+ does help drastically. I also wish HTC used a different, battery cover. Several devices do creak after a while. Still an awesome phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VCL View Post
    I own every major T-Mobile phone. Nexus One, G2. MyTouch 4G, G2X, and finally the Sensation. The Sensation is without a doubt the best T-Mobile phone. (could use more inboard memory) Saying that I still have a hard time leaving my Nexus One at home.

    Because of potential buyout I went and bought the Verizon Thunderbolt and got hooked up with the all data plan before they changed their policy. I absolutely love the Thunnderbolt with the ext. battery and Seidio ext case. Also picked up the seido desk dock all from the Android Central Store.
    Thank You for the very quick and free delivery.
    Totally agree with rizzman. I have had the G1, Vibrant, my wife has a MT3G and now I have the Sensation and it is so Amazing how Spectacular this phone performs. This is a phone you can not go wrong with unless you do not like spectacular quality and super fast internet and performance. I did have to return my first one as it chewed through battery like a pitbull through a box of milk bones, I thought it was just a battery hog but turned out it was not suppose to drain the battery in 6 hours, goes about 36 now.
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    Now that the G2x has GB... it totally smokes the Sensation and Nexus S!

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