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    Should I get the Nexus One?

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    I got the mytouch in October when it came out, I signed a new two year contract. I was wondering should I get the Nexus One? Is it worth it? If so, how much should I sell my mytouch for?

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    YES!!

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    Yes unless you rooted and overclocked your mt3g, then it's not worth the 549 bux
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    I couldn't tell you if its worth going from the MT3G because I never used one. Dont know the differences between android 1.6(mt3g) and 2.1(N1) I just upgraded from an 8900 and if you were to ask me if its worth it

    YES

    there are things I miss about my blackberry but this device has really exposed some of the shortfalls in the Blackberry OS. But on the same note the N1 does have its quirks.

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    The phone looks and seems great, but if I were looking to upgrade to the Nexus One, I would wait until they get this 3G situation straightened out...they don't know if it's software or hardware (it's looking like it's hardware). If that's not a big concern, then do the upgrade. MT3G doesn't look like it's getting the OS upgrade like some of the other phones and with Nexus, it can only get better.

    As for selling your current phone TMO just rid of the original black and white and replaced them with the new MT3G v1.2 so you probably can't list it too high.

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    3G issue via video demo


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    Watched the video , thats pretty wild.
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    I would say yes. It is definatly an upgrade in all aspects. The nexus is IMO the best device on the market. This is until the 4gen iPhone comes out and we can se what apple brings. It is Google baby so remember that. They wont leave this one behind and it will most likely be the first device that gets any future updates before the others will. About the 3G issue, some have it some don't. I didn't have it to begin with so I personally can't say if they fixed something. I've heard it from both sides, yes it fixed it and no it didn't. In short I think you will enjoy it and not regret the decision to upgrade to the flagship. Feel free to pm me f you have any specific questions.
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    I upgraded my 8900 to the Nexus One and have never looked back. Loved the BB, but it was time for more. This is a new 3G area for T-mobile, and it works great. The WiFi is the best part, in that I can still have access without a great signal. The phone is great, and with the new upgrade, my battery issues have eased. you just can't beat the WOW factor. Everyone that sees it wants one.

    Treat yourself and get one.

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    I like the device a lot and Android OS is awesome. If tu plan on keeping the device and not going to switch carriers then I think you can beat the ludacris ETF Google put on the device.

    If you can , just but Tue device out-right.

    In the end if you like Android ... I think you can't go wrong with the nexus one.
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    Thanks for all the support. It seems it's a hit or miss on which Nexus One you can get. (3g problems or not) I'll have to think it over.

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    Just wait till it comes to AT&T. 3G runs much better. It all depends where you are I guess. I live in new jersey and have not had not onedropped for that matter. I travel around new York, PA, VA and no issues even in those places where people chase people with my complection with pitchforks and shotguns. So , umm yeah I would go with what best works for you. I jumped ship and I'm not regretting it one bit. . Good luck.
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    Google lowered their ETF fee to $150.00.

    Quote Originally Posted by maz94protege View Post
    I like the device a lot and Android OS is awesome. If tu plan on keeping the device and not going to switch carriers then I think you can beat the ludacris ETF Google put on the device.

    If you can , just but Tue device out-right.

    In the end if you like Android ... I think you can't go wrong with the nexus one.
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    best decision I've ever made. Thanks Pinstackers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joemc27 View Post
    best decision I've ever made. Thanks Pinstackers!
    So did you get the Nexus One?

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