Supersonic vs Nexus One

yungwunn911

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Wasn't sure where this thread belongs, if inappropriate please move it!

So, we basically know all the specs of the Supersonic, HD2 + Android.

If sprint DOES get both phones, which would you choose (or for those with a N1 already) stay with?
 

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Supersonic. I could think of only one viable reason not to get the SS: if the phone was physically too large. I saw an HD2 unboxing

http://www.windowscentral.com/walmart-unofficially-selling-hd2-early

and that thing is biiiiig. If the SS is the same (basically) it will be larger than some would like like. In reality, I don't think HTC would build something people wounldn't use. They're on a roll right now. So I suspect when most people see that beautiful AMOLED screen, they'll see they made the right choice
 

Jerry Hildenbrand

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One of each.

Actually still hoping for the Legend to come out on Sprint as well.

Many an old IT geek still keep their phone in their shirt pocket while sitting in the dark working, myself included. :)

What I think I'll end up doing is Getting the EVO to use and have fun with on the weekends or any time I'm out and about, but still keeping my Hero (or Legend if it ever shows) for my daily PHONE. Of course in 2020 when 4G makes it's way to the mountain state :D I'll probably rethink things lol.

Of course any true Android geek will want the N1 for tinkering around with, and I'm no exception. It's still (for now) the ultimate Android development device.
 

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people that say the phone is too large make me laugh! The reason it looks so big is because the screen takes up all the phone, there is no wasted space.

Play with an HD2 and it feels just like an iPhone with a case on, literally thats how big it is. The majority of iPhone users have some sort of case on it, and that is how big it is.
 

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I was leaning towards the N1, since it's stock Android without Sense bloatware, and the leaked shots weren't all that appealing. But now that Los Angeles is being added to the 4G map, and the actual look of the device has proved to be much more aesthetic than the spy shots (one of the older shots showed the phone as all-white, ugh) I'll live with Sense on the Evo until Cyanogen puts out a clean rom.
 

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I was leaning towards the N1, since it's stock Android without Sense bloatware, and the leaked shots weren't all that appealing. But now that Los Angeles is being added to the 4G map, and the actual look of the device has proved to be much more aesthetic than the spy shots (one of the older shots showed the phone as all-white, ugh) I'll live with Sense on the Evo until Cyanogen puts out a clean rom.


Current WebOS user here so help me out if you don't mind. What is Cyanogen?