I didn't even think of it TBO. Also it would be a much longer list to have every smartphone choice.
On a side note, if the hardware was great from the beginning on the Palm Pre I think it would have been much more popular than it was. But they made the whole thing out of plastic. People were getting cracked screens without even dropping it. But I do like the OS, it's really slick.
Device(s): Galaxy S3, LG Esteem, Thunder Bolt, Incredible,
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I loved my Incredible with HTC sense, and I'm even more happy with my Thunderbolt. Funny cuz now my battery life over the last few days has increased to about the same life as my Incredible! What else can a guy ask for
gotta say, there is not a single thing i miss about BB. they are so far behind the times now that they'll never catch up. i do miss some things about my droid though... namely multicolor LED options with no time out (orange/green only with a 5 minute time out on the 'bolt sucks), and the extremely loud speaker. looking at pictures, i assumed the 'bolt speaker would be just as loud or louder, but that certainly is not the case. it is also kind of backwards that my OG Droid is running at 1.2gHz (1.0 for the 'bolt) and utilizing Android 2.3.3 (2.2.1 on the 'bolt). all in all though, i am happy with the new purchase... and i can't wait to see what is coming down the road for those of us who rooted. my droid would have been outdated months ago if it weren't for all of the custom kernels/ROMs out there.
LG Env Touch - huge piece of junk. the touch screen barely works and it is only a year old. basically anything will be an upgrade to it.
My upgrade is March 26 but I'm thinking of going in today and seeing if they will just do it a day early. I was hesitant to get the TB due to the size of it, but I don't see why I should wait for the Incredible 2 if it won't have 4g and won't have any features that are that different. Plus, I think the fact that the buttons are not painted on will really annoy me. I am not at all interested in the Bionic since I don't like Motorola phones. The only choice that makes sense here seems to be the TB so that is what I will be going with.
The Dare was ahead of it's time. I loved mine too!
But my last phone before the T-Bolt was the Eris. And like has already been mentioned, the T-bolt is like taking everything good about the Eris and the Incredible, and just adding some extra punch to it.
My last phone was the Droid Incredible. But I was thinking about it, and here's a rundown of what I've had. It's amazing how times have changed!
My very first phone was a Nokia bar phone. I don't even remember the model. I had the alternative battery that lit up when you got a phone call! LOL!
Color screen Nokia - thought it was awesome!
Motorola NTN2068 for Nextel
A Sprint flip phone with changeable faceplate (red/silver)
Blackberry Pearl - really stepping it up! (T-Mobile)
Blackberry Curve - (T-Mobile)
Blackberry Pearl Flip - (T-Mobile)
Blackberry Curve - (Sprint)
Blackberry Tour - forgot about this one!
Blackberry Storm - again
Blackberry Storm2 (I know, WTH was I thinking?)
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LG VX5200 - yuck
LG VX8600 - cool at the time
LG Voyager - everyone was like OMFG
LG Dare - everyone got Voyager and was like OMG ur DARE IS COOL
Samsung SCH-i730 - powerful phone I thought...
Palm Treo 700wx - bleh...
Palm Pixi Plus - blehh...hardware wasn't good, software amazing
Droid X - best phone I've owned until I had to get 5 replacements...
Called VZW yesterday and they agreed to an early upgrade - WANTED iPhone but they said they couldn't so I went for TB.
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