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  1. #1
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    What was your first Android Device

    For me, it was the HTC EVO 4G (Sprint) to replace my Palm Pre
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    My Motorola Milestone.

    Almost 2 years old, 256mb of ram and a locked bootloader but I'm still loving it!

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    My trusty DHD that I still currently use.
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    Samsung Galaxy Tablet. I fell in love.
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    Droid X, love it
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    I had a G1 when they hit the market. My personal favorate was probably the HTC EVO.
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    I owned a Samsung Galaxy i7500

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    HTC Droid Incredible, the first one.
    I still have two of them, they rock!!

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    Im planning on getting the HTC One S in the next days. I guess that will be my first Android device.
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    HTC Desire.

    Recently rooted it and flashed with the SuperNova ROM to allow apps to install and run from SD card which has given this great little device a new lease of life.
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    Motorola Defy, Android 2.2 works really good.
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    The Nexus One was my first Android phone. Before that I was a blackberry / winmo user, and before that I used many other non "smart" phones.

    I've always used Nexus phones as I like the pure Android experience without 3rd party carrier overlays and bloatware. My primary phones are the Galaxy Nexus & the Samsung Galaxy S2 Epic 4G Touch.
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    Motorola Atrix 4G. It was the hottest phone out of CES 2010. Bought it in February on launch day.
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    Nexus S. Fantastic piece of hardware but there's one thing that really bugs me and that's the mic voice quality, which sucks.

    Waiting for the next Nexus phone. If you really want to experience a clean Android installation without bloatware or playing around with custom roms Nexus phones are the way to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unquantifiable View Post
    Nexus S. Fantastic piece of hardware but there's one thing that really bugs me and that's the mic voice quality, which sucks.

    Waiting for the next Nexus phone. If you really want to experience a clean Android installation without bloatware or playing around with custom roms Nexus phones are the way to go.
    The Samsung or HTC nexus one?

    Thats something I don΄t pretty much like about HTC, they put their Sense software on it. I want to experience a clean Android OS.

    This is whats holding me back so far to get the HTC One. But hardware wise and features there is not another one which comes with 4.0 and has or is similar in features. Another thing I just hate about all this phones is how big they are. What is the smallest Android device available?

    I want something which is comfortable in the pocket. If I want such a big thing I would get a tablet.
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