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    Default GSM, Android, Slider/QWERTY phones?

    Hi I am trying to figure out which new Android QWERTY phone to get (or rumored phones to wait for) and wanted to get some feedback from the forum. At this point it looks like either the myTouch 4G Slide or the Droid 3 are my best bets however it seems there are some new sliders coming out soon that might be worth waiting (1-2 mo max) for. One thing that I’ve had a hard time with is the CDMA vs GSM, I work abroad so I have to have a GSM phone but some of the phones I have considered seem to be CDMA only?
    Any opinions, advice, etc would really be appreciated!

    Cheers,

    -Gaiko
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    Default Re: GSM, Android, Slider/QWERTY phones?

    Nothing confirmed yet but a rumor has a new ATT slider Phone from Sammy. might be a GSII phone but not sure yet . http://www.androidcentral.com/samsun...mages-leak-out
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    Motorola Pax, the phone that is suppose to be better than XPRT.. Rumor: Motorola 'Pax' to bring dual-core, QWERTY goodness to Sprint | Android Atlas - CNET Reviews

    Just like gaik, I'm currently looking for android qwerty phone (4g preferred) after discovering that HP closed down the WebOS program for a while.. I'm Pre user and eagerly waited for Pre 3, only to be disappointed. I'm looking at XPRT as possibility to replace my Pre.. That is until I discovered the news about Pax - I probably will wait little while longer to see when Pax will be released..
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    The Pax looks to be a upgraded XPRT... Dual core, so if you are looking to get into Android and like the BB style that is the phone to wait for. of course if your on Sprint that is. The OP wants a GSM phone so i dont think gaiko would switch to Sprint. I say yes to Switch because of what Sprint can and will do in the next year or so with dual 4G service. But if signals are not that great where you live then don't.
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    Sony Xperia Pro, is a really well built fast phone if your looking for a hardware keyboard phone, Xperia Arc not as sturdy but is also a really nice phone...have them both...


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