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Nexus S for sure. Motorola gives their consumers this great hardware and don't deliver an update. I'm still waiting on my Droid X to get gingerbread. Any news if the bootloader is locked on the Atrix?
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Originally Posted by KBcobra View Post
Nexus S for sure. Motorola gives their consumers this great hardware and don't deliver an update. I'm still waiting on my Droid X to get gingerbread. Any news if the bootloader is locked on the Atrix?
Everyone is still waiting for gingerbread, including the Nexus 1. Probably because 2.4 is a gingerbread update, and nobody wants to have to update their phones twice.
    
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