I need a new cellphone.....recommendations?

<p>I have AT&T and I just want to know what are some good phones from them right now.</p>

<p>Iphone c: I love how convenient it is :D</p>

<p>I'm head over heels in love with my Blackberry Pearl :)</p>

<p>I got the ATRIX and love it.</p>

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<p>iPhone. I will never use anything else.</p>

<p>iPhone 4. I love mine and agree with JeSuis, I'll never use anything else.</p>

<p>My brother got the htc inspire last month. It was free with a 2 year contract. The samsung galaxy s2 is supposed to be the best android phone available right now. Its supposed to be coming to att soon. </p>

<p>The iphone 5 is rumored to be coming out in sept or oct if you can wait.</p>

<p>Yeah, I'm gonna have to chime in with the iPhone as well. Tried a bunch of other phones and will never look back.</p>

<p>IPhone or any good android, blackberries suck..</p>

<p>Any Iphone will serve you well</p>

<p>I'm actually considering the iPhone A LOT! :D </p>

<p>However, I have a question, for the 3G one, can I just buy it from the apple store, put my sim card in and use it? Does the 3G one even use sim cards?</p>

<p>With android you can run emulator or tethering programs free.
Plus if you ever need to root your device, you don't have to fear steve jobs sending updates to brick your device.</p>

<p>I have an iPhone 4 with 3G and yes, it uses a sim card. I'm not sure if you can just put your old card into it though. You may want to go to the AT&T store and ask.</p>

<p>Edit: I forgot to add in my recommendation. iPhone all the way. =D</p>

<p>Avoid iPhones. You can get an Android with the same specs for half the price.</p>

<p>Does AT&T sell the android? I haven't looked at their phones in a while, I probably should though.</p>

Avoid iPhones. You can get an Android with the same specs for half the price.


<p>I have yet to find an Android phone with the same incredible battery life as the iPhone though.</p>

<p>Don't get one now, however. The iPhone 5 is coming in September or October.</p>

<p>Android is a phone os.</p>

<p>I put my old sim card in my iPhone, but for some reason only some of my numbers transferred.</p>

<p>I'll put in a good word for Android. :) Versus the fruit phone, there are just so many ways to customize an Android phone. Many comparable apps are free, and you're not under the influence of the turtlenecked tyrant. AT&T has some solid Android offerings - check out the Atrix and Infuse.</p>

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<p>What are you looking for in a cell phone?</p>