verizon upgrade from eris


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  1. genesaika

    genesaika New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I am looking to upgrade my phone soon (likely in a few months) and would like to know which phone is best for me.

    I like my eris alot but due to it being fairly out dated id like a dinew phone. I want something faster and with a bogger screen, no physical keyboard, but not huge like the droid x, which i like but its simply too big to keep in my pocket or on my side.

    Price is not much of a deterent for me.

    Regards,
    Gene Saika
     

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    cableguynoe Well-Known Member

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    Personally, I really like the Droid2.
    If you really dont like that keyboard, then I wouldn't worry too much about it. In a few months when you get your upgrade, I'm sure there will be at least a couple new phones out.
     
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    Tino Well-Known Member

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    But if you're looking right now, check out the Samsung Galaxy S Variant (4" Screen) for Verizon (Vibrant?) or the Droid Incredible (3.7" Screen).
     
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    Demache Well-Known Member

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    If your going to be getting a new phone in a few months, just keep an eye open. If a new phone hits the shelves that you really like, after committing to a different phone, you may end up regretting it. Just save up the money, and when the time comes, then decide.
     
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    genesaika New Member This Topic's Starter

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    You see my problem with the keyboard is how bulky it makes the phone.... so no droid 2

    Now i like the incredible but im thinking i wana try a new brand. The samsung fascinate looks right but i havent played with any of the galaxy s phones.

    Also the time frame isnt very limiting, technically speaking i have a year and a half, so i can pick phones coming out later of they meet my needs.

    Lets not get into the whys or hows of the tine just say i can change anytime between now and a year and a half from now.... sooner the better though.

    Regards,
    Gene Saika
     

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