I think if I couldn't wait for all the amazing new ones that just were unveiled at CES, I would get the HTC Desire HD. I have a Galaxy S (still the best phone out there right now), but am not a fan of how long Samsung takes to update their firmware. The Nexus S would be great for that, but isn't as good as the other two phones. Basically right now in the android world is the WORST time to ask that question, but a month or two from now.... HTC Thunderbolt allllll the way!
Just conside about this Huawei U8150 android smartphone, a review for it:
http://hubpages.com/hub/huawei-u8150-th … one-review
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If you recently purchased a new Android smartphone or are debating purchasing one, head to my hub below for information on getting your device setup.<snipped link - do not promote your Hubs in the forums>
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What do you have? IPhone, blackberry smartphone, symbian or a Android smartphone?
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