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Roms I have used: Ultimate Droid, BB and petes gpa's, pe, cyan, ss,miui, liquid, and chevy.
Roms i have used:Revolution, romans, zygot, codenamedroid, Gummynex
Now-romans with Lean Kernel.
1. When saying what phone or rom you have, make sure to include the word rocking or rockin as a verb in the sentence.
Seeing that you had your Droid rooted: the Nexus will be incredibly easy to root, which gives you free access to tethering. I've seen that the Nexus can be tethered out of the box? I haven't followed up on that.
GN + Gummy + Lean Kernel
In regards to the 4G data speeds, that claim is not true bud. My Rezound and TBolt both have gotten into the 32mbs+ range in the Sacramento and San Francisco CA area, although in between, I've only seen speeds up to about 22mbs. But unless your like me and use 7.5gb+ a month, it really won't matter.much over about 12mbs or so...
As said before, unless the screen can be utilized for larger screened web browsing, application real estate as well as the well known video playback ability, the screen serves no more purpose then capacitive touch buttons.
If you want free tethering, I'm guessing you should stay away from the Razr (Verizon has been able to pick up on the free tethering for Motorola phones), although the Rezound doesnt have root access at the moment either. However, the Rezound doesn't have a locked bootloader...
The Nexus is unlocked...
NFC is huge, but just not widespread yet and not "completely" secure at the moment (although questionable).
Android 4.0 will have its issues being a first release but, who isn't looking forward to its implementation? I know I am... However the issues will most likely be worked out quickly and the Nexus will be first to update. The other two are slated for this update early 2012 but this is your choice...
When it comes to dual core processing (for the geek inside), 4.0 will be coded to be able to take advantage of both cores and use them properly which should also help with battery life. And again I say, the other two are slated for this update as well if your willing to wait.
Point being, if you're not a purist, an Android Geek or a Gadget geek, and don't care much about ppi in regards to your screen then you just can't go wrong with any of the three! You really can't...
However, if bloat ware and quick OS updates are your biggest concern then your only choice is the Nexus (or deal with it for now and wait for an update).
Sorry, I know, doesn't help but its the truth...
My Rezound Rocks the Red n Black... Get over it... Now to get this thing rooted
This is really helpful! Sounds like this is the phone for me. I got the droid with in a day or two of its release and I am addicted to smart phones now. Lol. This does seem like the next great phone. I don't upgrade faster than every 2 years so. This seems like a phone to keep me happy for 2 yrs.
So will everyone have it? Can I get it from Verizon or is it better to get it elsewhere?
True HD means nothing on such a small screen. Its irrelevant and it only gives you bragging rights that don't mean a thing.
Sent from my DROID3
Is there any early info on battery life (from reviews)? Looking to upgrade my OG Droid but I want better battery life than I'm currently getting, which down to 30% by 6:00pm with moderate use. The GN sounds like a real winner but I wonder if that screen is going to suck down the battery.