Which 4g phone should I buy?
CES, had a lot of new phones that are coming out this year some sooner rather than later. i really like the Galaxy Note which is coming out on AT&T soon.
If you are switching to Verizon the Galaxy Nexus is still the best phone but i really think that is mostly because of Ice Cream Sandwich. I like the Specifications and features of the Razor and the new Razor Maxx (not released yet). The Razor does not have ICS yet but they say it will get it.
the iPhone supports Exchange native in its own e-mail application. the Androids depending on your Exchange confirmation may not support it. if that is the case you can download an application from the Market called "Touch Down" that support most of the exchange configurations that are out there. Also one of things i like about the application as apposed to the native app like on the iPhone is that the more password is only used to launch the application and not lock the phone so i can still use gesture locks or simple lock password for the phone but when i need to use touchdown i have to enter my longer and more secure password.
I agree with Fanfoot on the Windows phone the Nokia Lumia 900 is it.
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My wife loves her Droid Incredible and they just made a second iteration if you want to give that a try on Verizon, otherwise I would say it's best to stay on AT&T, see if a Windows Phone makes sense for you vs thinking about just waiting for the next iPhone. If you are up for an upgrade on AT&T the iPhone 4S has access to AT&T HSPA network, which is being called 3.5G and the main reason why all the dumbass commercials spouting new phones are not only saying 4G, but saying 4G LTE.
That is my vote!
If you're going to go with an Android phone there's no other choice really... get the Galaxy Nexus Prime phone on Verizon. You shouldn't look at anything else.
If you're considering a Windows Phone then go with the new Nokia Lumia 900 on AT&T. Nothing else. Course you'll have to wait until early March...
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