1. Sento's Avatar
    Basically want one that's less plasticy and more metal with a good feel in the hands...kinda like my iphone 4. But android

    Looking for an older model I can get online/used ~$300
    Thanks
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    08-11-2012 10:07 PM
  2. Mooncatt's Avatar
    You could try looking at some of the military spec phones (I know Casio makes one for Android currently through Verizon). While the durability is pretty top notch for Androids, the performance generally suffers. Such is the trade off when trying to keep phone costs down.

    *edit* Depending on how old you're willing to go, I think Motorola used to make one for the Nextel network. With that going away, I don't know if that phone would even be usable on the current cell towers of Sprint.
    08-12-2012 12:16 AM
  3. still1's Avatar
    Samsung galaxy S3??
    08-12-2012 12:50 AM
  4. Hodgheg's Avatar
    HTC sensation xl. Fantastic build quality, Samsung, great phones, very low build quality.
    08-12-2012 01:32 AM
  5. still1's Avatar
    or wait for the nexus phone if you can.... I have high hopes for the next nexus phone and i believe google wont disappoint.
    08-12-2012 02:31 AM
  6. Hodgheg's Avatar
    I will get the next nexus phone when I upgrade, bassesd mainly on the updates. Unsure whether I'll get JB on my HTC where as the nexus already has it, but that's another thread all together.
    08-12-2012 02:45 AM
  7. adanick2's Avatar
    HTC inspire 4g. Solid aluminum unibody construction, that phone really fits the hand well, and it has decent specs.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I727
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    08-12-2012 06:33 AM
  8. Sento's Avatar
    HTC inspire 4g. Solid aluminum unibody construction, that phone really fits the hand well, and it has decent specs.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I727
    Perfect! Everything I want at a good price

    U rock!

    Sent from my LG-VM701 using Tapatalk 2
    08-12-2012 09:22 AM
  9. Rukbat's Avatar
    Motorola used to make one for the Nextel network. With that going away, I don't know if that phone would even be usable on the current cell towers of Sprint.
    Just in case anyone is thinking of it, no. Sprint uses CDMA. Nextel used iDen (which is TDMA, which GSM is also, but iDen and GSM aren't the same). Nextel phones are now doorstops or museum pieces, depending on your viewpoint.
    08-12-2012 10:20 PM
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