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so i have a 1000 year old BB 8830 and am looking to finally upgrade. I'm with verizon and I know i want a higher end phone, I don't care for the iphone so I either want a windows phone (HTC trophy is the only option) or an android based phone.... recommendations? trophy vs bionic?

I will be doing some occasional surfing and I do a lot of texting a very little phone calls but i am a stickler for poor call quality
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bump... should i get the windows phone? (htc trophy)
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I owned the Bionic and while it was a decent phone, it did not live up to the hype that it had. It also had a lot of problems at first and dropped calls and the battery life was less than stellar. But that was at launch so I'm sure things have changed since then. I'm not experienced with Windows phones but I hear the Trophy isn't a bad phone. If you're looking for Android, right now for Verizon the top phones are the Rezound and the Nexus. Can't go wrong with either really. I say just go to the store and mess around with each and see what feels right for you.
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