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Will I be kicking myself for not waiting for iPhone5 or SGII?

SGS II is literally weeks away, so probably. We already have it north of the border.

iPhone 5 won't be out until next year, and I'll it will probably be a SGS II clone + $200.
    
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This topic is relevant to my interests. Going to pick up either an Atrix or Infuse tomorrow. Still having a tough time deciding.

I'm hoping the ATT store will price match Amazon's deal for $25. It's kind of sad b&m places are becoming Amazon's showrooms, but I will save money wherever I can.

Atrix
Pros: Specs, looks-for me at least, feels right in hand...
Cons: Motoblur sucks, I want a phone thats g2g out of the box...

Infuse-- Well I'd consider the Infuse a last resort, I really am not fond of the huge screen.

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Will I be kicking myself for not waiting for iPhone5 or SGII?
I've heard the new update to Motoblur is significantly better, just something to consider.
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We can all sit here and weigh pro's and con's - but the rule of thumb is each person has their own wants, needs and desires.

I was also where you are last week - I was looking at the Atrix ($99.99), the Infuse ($49.99 @ Target at the time) and the Inspire ($49.99 at the time). I held all three devices and decided that the Motorola Atrix was the one for me. It felt the best in my hand, I could use it the easiest, and the screen looked the sharpest. It's notable to mention that a higher resolution on a smaller screen looks QUITE impressive.

My only technical comparison between the Infuse and the Atrix that geared me toward the Atrix would be the amount of RAM on the device. The Infuse I believe to have read has either 512mb or 768mb, and the Atrix has got 1GB. I didn't view the Atrix and its' dual core 1.0GHz processor and think it was ultra supreme, because to me it's nothing too impressive - a 1.0GHz single core would be almost equally effective on a cell phone for most people.

Either way - Four days ago (time of your OP) I had received my Motorola Atrix 4G in the mail brand new from AT&T for $79.00 after two hours of negotiation on the phone with their representatives. The second I booted it up I installed Launcher Pro and haven't and won't ever look back.

To each their own, good luck in making your decision

@leighteam: Don't waste your breath asking an AT&T store to honor a price match... They did it for me once four years ago, but the local one(s) here in the state of Indiana were ignorant and even rude. Never once in my life has somebody had to ask me to calm down and basically walk me out of a store - it was my wife calming me down and walking me out, but still
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