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  1. ithejdi

    ithejdi Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Just noticed this on the Verizon site.

    Eris - ROM: 512MB, RAM: 288MB DDR

    Droid - ROM: 512MB, RAM: 288MB DDR

    Ally - ROM 512MB, RAM 256MB

    If this is the case, not having DDR Ram... How much of a difference will this truly make?
     

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  2. vertig0730

    vertig0730 Well-Known Member

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    The phone is very responsive, I might even go as far to say that it performs better than my Stock Eris.
     
  3. flyinjoe13

    flyinjoe13 Well-Known Member

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    I played with the Ally and it is a very capable phone. I don't think it's a power users phone by any means though. It has some lag at times (like the Eris), but it is a nice midrange device. It's a good alternative to the Eris for those that want a physical keyboard, but don't want to pay the extra price for the Moto Droid.
     

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