Should I change the Milestone on a HD2?

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Me something a bit sick of my milestone, I want something to change, comparable in price.
Liked the HD2, not so much by design as by the possibilities. Say it and BM, and ВП7, and Android (recently more and HC), and even meego with Ubuntu.

Since everything except the VM, not native, then a reasonable question arises: it is possible to use the same as native devices?
Regarding Android interested in the following:
  • Stability
  • The performance of the functions
  • Multitouch
  • Whether working toys working on similar native.
  • Smoother animations and scrolling


And I wanted to know the version of T-Mobile different from the Euro only unnecessary polygon operatives or something?
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Have a TMOUS HD2 (RAM/ROM 576/1024). The first 2 months sitting in WM6.5 different assemblies — it was bad. After you have put Android 2.2 — has become much more convenient and faster. Now is 2.3.3 Cyanogen mod without Sensa. Works like a clock, can see the video in my first topic "to Change or not to change". However there is still a 2.2... Now faster and the battery lives longer.
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It is worth to change to htc incredible S or sensation
Meaning in the old dull hd2 well, no.
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On T-Mobile the label is optional. )
2.3 works without problems as ВП7 they are twin brothers with whom there is a port.
Little muddle with the buttons(not entirely logical purpose), and everything works.
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I have my HD2 recently changed to the Galaxy S. Why:
1. Initially it seemed solid and heavy, but the moment came when he realized big and heavy. Talking uncomfortable. Think the best is a Galaxy S and others like him.
2. Native WM 6.5 compared to Android 2.2 — as Windows 3.11 and Windows XP. Battery pulls quite well (up to two days, I think that installing Android will reduce this figure.
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3. Third-party build WM 6.5 — scary glycemie, one one, another another.
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I'd looked into Desire HD with native Android.
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HTC HD WP7 as a clock
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as the owner of the HD2 (WM6 year and six months on Android), I will say that it is definitely worth it. As an eReader, browser, Navigator, phone, great. Played very little, but the children are praised. I would take any of the following HTC devices, but they now have no hardware buttons.
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You first need to decide what you expect from teelphone, fully and clearly define your requirements and then see what's under them. Otherwise, you may be very disappointed
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