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Default I am switching from HTC Legend

HTC Legend was a good phone, but it became so old that I gave it away for my sister and she is very happy with it . Now I have to battle with Nokia 700 until I get my hands on the One S Even that Nokia 700 is a good phone, it does not fit into my needs and that's the reason for the change.
 
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Currently have HTC Desire with CM 7.2 RC1. Still a good phone, only downside is lack of memory. Contract expires in 5 weeks. Could upgrade now, but am going to wait a couple of weeks until MAO problems are sorted with current stock.
 
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HTC Mozart. I wasn't so sure about switching to an Android device but I was getting tired of WP7 and the HTC One S won my heart the moment I saw it. I'm loving it!

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Coming from an HTC Amaze as my daily driver. I threw on ICS on my G2x to get a taste of what 4.0+ had to offer.

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Switched from a galaxy s2. It's amoled began to show It's age, it was time for a new panel. Also got impatient waiting for a good build of ICS.
 
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hd2 > sensation xe > galaxy nexus

and tomorrow i will change my galaxy nexus against the one s

but i am not sure if i will do it
 
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hd2 > sensation xe > galaxy nexus

and tomorrow i will change my galaxy nexus against the one s

but i am not sure if i will do it
Tough choice. I am coming from SGS2. Good phone but lack of support and updates is hard to manage through again. Vibrant was a good phone but support/updates was zero. Community was great. Tmobile SGS2 was good phone but tired of Touch Wiz and the phone just didn't feel like I had a $600 device in my pocket..the screen has bad line and blob problems but I ignore it. The last thing that made me take the leap to the One S was the TMoSGS2 community. Good devs but users were...well...I'll be nice and just say I am glad to be in a new community.

Good luck, OneS is a beautiful device.

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