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I have an HTC Rezound from Verizon. This replaced my original Motorola Droid. Ya- I'm an Android guy. The Rezound doesn't get much press, but take a look at the specs. It's got an incredible screen with a pixels per inch ratio that compares to the iPhone retina display. It comes with some nice Dr. Dre iBeats headphones (can resell on eBay if you don't need them). It has a removable back to get at the removable battery. Several power options include an extended capacity battery with a corresponding deeper back that unfortunately makes the phone thicker, and a wireless recharging back and the associated recharging pad. The camera performs very well. Ice Cream Sandwich is rumored to arrive "any day now". It has a dual core processor, 4G, 1GB RAM, 16GB flash memory, microSD slot. Battery life isn't great, but that's typical of most new large screen, 4G phones. I was trying to hold out for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus last fall, but it kept getting delayed, and they kept announcing aspects of it that I didn't like: pentile display, no microSD slot, plastic build. I did the research and chose the Rezound. No regrets.

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I looked at the Nexus and the Droid Razr, wasn't impressed by either one. The specs on the Rezound are

quite good and the trend of NO removable battery is an issue. When I go to meetings I burn through a

battery, if I paid attention I guess they would last longer. As always, the best phone is the one that

does the job for you.

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