I've been hanging with Palm for a while now. Still rocking my original Pre minus on sprint. But seeing as how I haven't updated phones now in 2 yrs.
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With the rumors of iPhone coming to Sprint this fall, I've decided to join the Evil Empire (joke). Like you, I won't leave Sprint. iOS 5 is getting new notifications, plus iOS messaging etc. I really like new rumors of future iPhones getting inductive charging. So I'm going that way. I'll make my Pre- last as long as possible but then I'm gone.
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Now, like all other Android users, I'm looking forward to having access to the large expanse of the Android market, and tighter integration with Google Apps. Android is gaining a large homebrew community as well, which was one of the main things keeping me with WebOS.
I'm glad that the Nexus S came to Sprint, as it really is much cheaper than other carriers with a family plan, and unlimited data is the only way to go.
I'm thinking about grabbing a Nexus S 4G in the near future (having already owned a Nexus S, but unwilling to sacrifice coverage via T-mobile).
As much as I prefer webOS to Android, the latter is getting more and more refined as time goes on. A phone you buy now will likely be upgraded to Ice Cream in the future. The hardware and form factor options for Android are expansive.
When Android handles notifications, synergy, and multitasking as good as webOS does, then I have no reason to recommend a HP/Palm handset to anyone.
I LOVE WebOS and truly think it's one of the best OS' out there, but unless HP ups their hardware game, it's going to go south quickly.
I currently have the Epic 4G and am satisfied with Android but not thrilled. Definitely appreciate the wider variety of apps available though.