Need a new phone a.s.a.p. N-One or HD2 ?

This is a discussion on Need a new phone a.s.a.p. N-One or HD2 ? within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; Originally Posted by Darthdingo I am on T-Mobile, and my BlackBerry 9700Bold is a piece of garbage, with dropped calls 90% of the time, spotty ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darthdingo View Post
    I am on T-Mobile, and my BlackBerry 9700Bold is a piece of garbage, with dropped calls 90% of the time, spotty internet connection, and voice mails come up all at once hours late sometimes. I have read that it is most likely the 9700Bold, it has a bad radio hardware, and is known to be FAIL.

    So of the 2 phones I am looking at on T-Mo, would be the Nexus-One or maybe the brand new HTC HD2 ? I know the hottest new phone will be the Sprint EVO 4G "Supersonic", but it is a good 4 months away still, I can't wait that long.

    Opinions please.

    My Smartphone history, I had the iPhone3G few yrs ago, liked it, didn't LOVE it, but thought it was a pretty cool phone, but the AT+T raping on the monthly bill was insane so I sold it. My Wife got the MyTouch3G last year, and to be honest I hate that phone, it felt like a wannabe iPhone just poorly done so, very laggy, the touch screen felt unresponsive 50% of the time, the MyTouch3G feels like a smart phone not ready for prime time. If I go N-One, I hope to God it is way way better than the MyTouch, it left a very bad taste in my mouth for Android, and I want to like Android, I hate Apple.
    most likely the drop calls is tmo. so that's not going to fix your problem. i like the n1 better because i can't stand winmo phones.

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    Unless you have huge hands, the HTC HD2 is definitely a big bulky device to carry around on a daily basis. Plus, if you haven't heard, Microsoft confirmed that the HTC HD2 won't get the Windows Phone 7 Series update, so it will always run Windows Mobile 6.5x which, as soon as you go past HTC's TouchFlo 3D interface, isn't that user friendly and sometimes may seem overwhelming.

    I suggest buying the Nexus One (and my recommendation has nothing to do with the fact that you are in a Nexus One forum )

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    Have you guys seen size comparison between HD2 and N1? Its not that much bigger.
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