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Buy an HTC edge in Q1/Q2. Specs wise it'll spank the Galaxy Nexus, except that it'll be burdened down with the Sense overlay.
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Buy an htc phone for sense. We dont want that crappy launcher lol

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Buy an HTC edge in Q1/Q2. Specs wise it'll spank the Galaxy Nexus, except that it'll be burdened down with the Sense overlay.
rumor has that it's not going to be a Verizon phone. Also it's very likely the Q1 Q2 date will be pushed back, not to mention that is still a very long wait, and battery life could be atrocious.
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I was wondering when this would be asked, but I expected it sooner.

Is there any non-HTC device forum where this question has not been asked (jet)? One of there first questions in new HTC device forums is "will it be possible te remove sense"?

I wouldn't expect Sense for the Nexus Prime any time soon (actualy, I wouldn't use it all if I were you). It has already heen said, but the Nexus line is all about the nice and clean Google experience.

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It has already heen said, but the Nexus line is all about the nice and clean Google experience.
....and here I thought it was all about choice. AOSP, CM7, MIUI, and yeah, even TouchWiz or Sense.
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Why is this thread both here and in the general forum?
 
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for some of you flammin HTC it's one of the best interfaces for the android,
yes ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich) may have a simple interface, but it's plain and boring. HTC Sense give a nice fluid overlay. Show me something better than Sense that can compete with look and feel? And most of you I doubt have used the latest version of sense, yea the old verisons needed some help, but the latest ones are pretty nice
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Why would you want that bloated overrated piece of **** on the galaxy nexus?
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for some of you flammin HTC it's one of the best interfaces for the android,
yes ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich) may have a simple interface, but it's plain and boring. HTC Sense give a nice fluid overlay. Show me something better than Sense that can compete with look and feel? And most of you I doubt have used the latest version of sense, yea the old verisons needed some help, but the latest ones are pretty nice
Stock android? Plain and simple. Not flashy and bedazzled.

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