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    Two New LTE Device In Verizon Detabase (HTC & Samsung)


    The new HTC LTE device and an unnamed Samsung LTE device are two eagerly awaited devices that just made it into Verizonís systems. The picture above was leaked by Androidcentral showing the two new Android LTE phones called the HTC Thunderbolt, ADR6400, and the Samsung SCH-i520 are finally in the systems, which means they are coming soon.
    Now we all know what the HTC device is and what it looks like, but the Samsung device is a little harder. From the previously leaked pictures, this device resembles the Nexus S thatís currently running on T-mobile's 3G. If true, this means we finally have a device thatíll get first shots at all new Android software and ships with Gingerbread.

    Anyone excited with this leak? Which device would you like more? The Nexus S (if we are correct), or the Thunderbolt? Let us know.

    Source (HTC Thunderbolt, Samsung SCH-i520 LTE phone show up in Verizon's system | Android Central)
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    i would get HTC Thunderbolt 4G
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mysterion View Post
    i would get HTC Thunderbolt 4G
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    Between these 2 I might lean more toward the Samsung. I dont really want either, its a hard choice...lol
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    I would only get the samsung if updates came directly from google even then i would still prob get the HTC that phone just looks amazing
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    A tough call. I'd probably go with the HTC Thunderbolt, because I like HTC phones, but a Nexus S...WOW!

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    Moto if not locked but the Thunderbolt looks tempting but if the Samsung comes out clean like the OG Droid and its Droid branded that would be a winner.
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    ^^^ I agree, however I don't think Motorola will produce another vanilla android phone like the OG Droid. But if Samsung can deliver a nexus s with a micro SD slot with the added gingerbread os without touchwiz then I would seriously consider buying that over the thunderbolt, if and only if.
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    Id get the Nexus S but only if they updated it with a dual core processor. Other wise id get the Thunderbolt.
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