While we are waiting...looking @ Androids

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So I am bored Googling news on the T-Bolt...my heart almost stopped when I saw a report about March 17th and No Skype and it not really working completely at 4G....

I do not know much about the Atrix...it seems like I do not need to hook my phone up to my computer...

I did find this and found it interesting...all 3 I believe will be on Verizon (so they got us any way you slice it).

HTC Thunderbolt vs LG Revolution vs Droid Bionic: Android Considerations : Product Reviews Net


I would like to learn more about LG phones. Many say they like Sense over Blur...but what about LGs overlay...is it any good?
 
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Aesthetically speaking, LG's skin really reminds me of Touchwiz, of which I am not a fan. Too "cartooney" for my taste.

Maybe someone else can speak to the functionality of LG's skin.
 

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Aesthetically speaking, LG's skin really reminds me of Touchwiz, of which I am not a fan. Too "cartooney" for my taste.

Maybe someone else can speak to the functionality of LG's skin.
I played with a Fascinate tonight at a VZW store and it made me want to vomit. So ugly.
 

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I played with a Fascinate tonight at a VZW store and it made me want to vomit. So ugly.

Agreed. It was quite a shock coming from the stock experience on the Droid. A home/launcher replacement app solves most of that, but the customized icons for pre-installed apps obviously stay the same.

The Fascinate actually turned out to be a great phone... 6 months after launch, when the Bing-free DL30 Froyo leak became available, that is.
 

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LG's skin is very...(please don't take this the wrong way) Korean, just like Samsung's. What that means is bright colors, cartoony-ness, and a lot of over-wroughtness. If you've ever owned a Samsung or LG feature-phone, you'll feel right at home.
 

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I have a Galaxy Tab and perhaps the UI on that is alittle different since it's a tablet but I hate it. It's just not as functional as Sense to me. The way it organizes my shortcuts or widgets are all weird. Don't know if I could ever get used to it. I like everything on my screens to be perfectly organized and aligned but I don't get that with Samsung.
 

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