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I have an Unlocked ATT i727/Skyrocket that I may be looking to get rid of. It's pentaband, so will work anywhere in the world on any gsm carrier.

Otherwise, costco..
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xda-developers.
I have an Unlocked ATT i727/Skyrocket that I may be looking to get rid of. It's pentaband, so will work anywhere in the world on any gsm carrier.
Otherwise, costco..
It doesn't matter. Overall, Galaxy Nexus has better developer support on XDA. Also, binaries, drivers, kernel sources are all released day one and gets day one OTA meaning new radios. Overall a smoother ROM even if you're using custom ROMs.

OTAs are still important when it comes to new ROMs.
Galaxy Nexus is also pentaband HSPA+
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