1. MrszBerry's Avatar
    My trial period is almost up. I am still debating if I should stick to the T-Mobile G2 or get the Atrix. I'm so confused. I'm currently on AT&T trying out the T-Mobile G2. Any help with this decision will be greatly appreciated.
    03-08-2011 08:09 AM
  2. legendary1022's Avatar
    You have a G2 on the At&t network? Why would you punish yourself by being on edge all the time? Get a phone that is meant to be on the network. If you really like the G2, I'm sure there are desire Z that will give you 3g on at&t

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    03-08-2011 12:49 PM
  3. MrszBerry's Avatar
    I'm using the G2 on TMobile's network and it's super fast. I have the Blackberry Bold 9700 on AT&T. I'm in a 14 day trial period with the G2. I love it.
    03-08-2011 03:27 PM
  4. legendary1022's Avatar
    I may be biased but I would dump at&t. To me T-Mobile has the better plans and the better network, especially if you live in a "4G" area for the time being before at&t moves to LTE.

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    03-08-2011 04:46 PM
  5. abe121686's Avatar
    get rid of it, it doesnt last, might seem good at first but buttons stop working and software starts messing up. Already sending in my second one
    03-08-2011 05:06 PM
  6. fatboy97's Avatar
    Go with the best network... the best smartphone in the world will do you no good on a bad network... if they are basically the same, then go with the best device.

    Personally, I tried the G2 and found I did not like the physical keyboard, returned it and waited for the myTouch4G.
    03-08-2011 05:56 PM
  7. Rigelian's Avatar
    I'm had my G2 for a couple of months. I use the physical keyboard rarely (mostly because of swype) but I still love the phone. I tend to enjoy phones without the manufacturer's skin. I hear the Atrix is a very nice phone. However, because I live in the SF bay area I don't consider AT&T a viable option.
    03-08-2011 06:11 PM
  8. cr3amy's Avatar
    get rid of it, it doesnt last, might seem good at first but buttons stop working and software starts messing up. Already sending in my second one
    I haven't had a single issue with mine... although I have a friend who's had MicroSD issues
    03-08-2011 06:56 PM
  9. dwaynewilliams#WN's Avatar
    It depends on how much you like the physical keyboard. If you absolutely need a physical keyboard then the G2 is for you. If you don't use the keyboard then I would go for the ATRIX.
    03-08-2011 09:10 PM
  10. Jalarm's Avatar
    Keep the G2. Don't go to Moto-blur.
    03-08-2011 09:40 PM
  11. legendary1022's Avatar
    Locked bootloader and moto blur is what is going to kill the atrix. Had such high hopes for something like that. Oh well. Moto just couldn't help themselves.
    03-09-2011 02:50 PM
  12. cr3amy's Avatar
    Keep the G2. Don't go to Moto-blur.
    Quoted for truth
    03-09-2011 04:05 PM
  13. Oneshortsleeve's Avatar
    I came from a 9700 to a g2 (both tmobile). I was once a hardcore believer in the physical keyboard, so I decided if I went android I would choose the g2. After a while with the g2's physical keyboard it really wasn't growing on me, and I thought I would go back to the 9700. I then decided to learn the touch keyboard and realized how amazing predictive text is. It didn't take long until I was typing 2 to 3 times faster than I ever did on my 9700.

    I still get use out of physical keyboard when I need to input a username and password or type in a web address that isn't in the phone's dictionary. As far as functionality between the phones and the speed of 4g network, there is no comparison. Everthing I loved about my blackberry I found in app form from the market.
    03-09-2011 08:15 PM
  14. .46caliber's Avatar
    Inspire on ATT
    03-09-2011 08:31 PM
  15. MrszBerry's Avatar
    I came from a 9700 to a g2 (both tmobile). I was once a hardcore believer in the physical keyboard, so I decided if I went android I would choose the g2. After a while with the g2's physical keyboard it really wasn't growing on me, and I thought I would go back to the 9700. I then decided to learn the touch keyboard and realized how amazing predictive text is. It didn't take long until I was typing 2 to 3 times faster than I ever did on my 9700.

    I still get use out of physical keyboard when I need to input a username and password or type in a web address that isn't in the phone's dictionary. As far as functionality between the phones and the speed of 4g network, there is no comparison. Everthing I loved about my blackberry I found in app form from the market.
    So do you still have the G2 or did you switch to another phone?
    03-10-2011 07:19 AM
  16. MrszBerry's Avatar
    I barely use the keyboard. I found typing with the on screen keyboard more faster.
    03-10-2011 07:23 AM
  17. Oneshortsleeve's Avatar
    So do you still have the G2 or did you switch to another phone?
    I still use the g2. I just use the screen keyboard more than I thought I would.
    03-10-2011 07:25 AM
  18. MrszBerry's Avatar
    I played with the Atrix. I wasn't impressed by it. Purhaps it was because it had motoblur which is kind of ugly compared to the UI on the G2 and the Sense UI which is beautiful. lol
    03-10-2011 11:53 AM
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