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Why would anyone ever buy a Google Edition Phone when you can Buy a subsidized carrier version for $400 less and just root it / put a Stock rom on it?
Edited by exzacklyright - 5/30/13 at 12:11pm
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Why would anyone ever buy a Google Edition Phone when you can Buy a subsidized carrier version and just root it / put a Stock rom on it?

This is true, but you lose your warranty when you root. Also some phones have a built in flash counter (my GS2 did)...

I already rooted, unlocked bootloader, custom recovery, and a new rom based off stock AT&T S4, with it being debloated/deodexed from AT&T and Samsung, it's running like a different phone... All smooth and crispy performance now... not that it was bad before...

HTC is also doing this to keep up well against Samsung...
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Why would anyone ever buy a Google Edition Phone when you can Buy a subsidized carrier version for $400 less and just root it / put a Stock rom on it?
Not directly related as this is more of a verizon issue for myself but here's my reasoning for it.
I have verizon as a carrier, currently I'm grandfathered into their unlimited data plan as is the rest of my family. Now if any of us upgrade through verizon and renew a contract (required for a subsidized phone) we all loose unlimited data and are shifted into verizons new data plan. So if i want to keep my unlimited data plan i have to purchase a phone at full cost. Now since I've got to pay full price for the phone anyway I'd much rather purchase it from google and have a clean phone. I could buy it for full price through verizon but then I'm stuck rooting it myself and possibly loosing my warranty. I know the HTC One isn't for verizon but I'm guessing there are similar scenarios for T-mobile and AT&T customers.
Also personally I'd much rather give my money to google rather than verizon or any other service provider, that may just be me however.
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Not directly related as this is more of a verizon issue for myself but here's my reasoning for it.
I have verizon as a carrier, currently I'm grandfathered into their unlimited data plan as is the rest of my family. Now if any of us upgrade through verizon and renew a contract (required for a subsidized phone) we all loose unlimited data and are shifted into verizons new data plan. So if i want to keep my unlimited data plan i have to purchase a phone at full cost. Now since I've got to pay full price for the phone anyway I'd much rather purchase it from google and have a clean phone. I could buy it for full price through verizon but then I'm stuck rooting it myself and possibly loosing my warranty. I know the HTC One isn't for verizon but I'm guessing there are similar scenarios for T-mobile and AT&T customers.
Also personally I'd much rather give my money to google rather than verizon or any other service provider, that may just be me however.

Yeah... if I was in your situation I'd just wait for the $300 nexus's.

I'm on the unlimited plan as well but the rest of the lines on my family plan are on the 2GB. So I can just upgrade using their line fortunately.
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Yeah... if I was in your situation I'd just wait for the $300 nexus's.

I'm on the unlimited plan as well but the rest of the lines on my family plan are on the 2GB. So I can just upgrade using their line fortunately.

We're switching to sprint so Ill be getting one of these two phones. But what I dont get is why you have unlimited data? For me at least I am by a wireless network 90% of the time and am able to use it with my phone so I'm not using data.
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Yeah... if I was in your situation I'd just wait for the $300 nexus's.

I'm on the unlimited plan as well but the rest of the lines on my family plan are on the 2GB. So I can just upgrade using their line fortunately.

Yea I'll probably end up going with the nexus next time around, right now i have an LG spectrum that i was able to get before they changed their upgrade requirements. Its a great phone and don't really need to upgrade; it's 4G and I rooted it so I've got Jelly Bean on it now. The only thing is i managed to crack the gorilla glass (it involved my phone accelerating towards the floor at a rate that is greater than gravity rolleyes.gif ) However it still works fine with a little tape to cover the screen. Don't think I'll ever get a phone that doesn't have gorilla glass now though, before that happened i dropped my phone a lot and the screen never even scratched.

Edit: Noticed the other post after i made this one so ill just add to it. I use my unlimited data simple as that. While at school I have a 4G connection that is faster then most peoples DSL/Cable connections (i broke 25Mb/s consistently) also because of my schools security type for wifi i couldnt connect to it. So each month i routinely use up at least 12 GB just from streaming netflix/music/anything else.
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Why would anyone ever buy a Google Edition Phone when you can Buy a subsidized carrier version for $400 less and just root it / put a Stock rom on it?

Not everyone wants to be locked into a two year contract to buy a phone, like me.

tappin from the Nexus 10
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Another reason why the Samsung Galaxy S4 beats the HTC One:

Samsung Galaxy S4 has faster updates and DDR3 RAM. The Galaxy S4 is the only smartphone with DDR3 RAM.

HTC One only has DDR2 RAM.
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DDR3 RAM doesn't matter a single bit if it's not giving the Samsung an edge. The S4 only has a edge because of the increased clock, that's all.
What's wrong with DDR2 huh?
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Not everyone wants to be locked into a two year contract to buy a phone, like me.

tappin from the Nexus 10

Yeah I guess it depends if you're on a family plan with members who just like holding onto the same phone.
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