What should I get?

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by Lifeoffroad03, May 11, 2010.

  1. Lifeoffroad03

    Lifeoffroad03 Member
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    The Motorola Driod or the Droid Incredible? I dont like the fact that there are signal issues whether it is the disply or not I have dropped calls and I never did on my Samsung Omnia and the reception on that wasn't good.
     

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  2. Jceinc

    Jceinc Well-Known Member
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    If you don't need a keyboard then I would go with the Incredible. I have a droid and the signal at my house is awful. Is it the phones fault? Idk.
     
  3. Lifeoffroad03

    Lifeoffroad03 Member
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    What about anywhere else? Do you drop calls or have signal issues?
     
  4. captaincanada84

    captaincanada84 Well-Known Member
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    It really comes down to whether you want the physical keyboard. I've had no problems with call quality or service on my Droid...but have heard a lot of people complaining of those issues on the Incredible. I love my Droid!

    Sent from my Droid using Tapatalk
     
  5. TheSultan

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    like everyone else has said....if budget is not an issue (you can get Droids soo cheap now), you need to decide if you want a keyboard or not.
     
  6. takeshi

    takeshi Well-Known Member
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    Have you compared the specs? What are your priorities? What are you looking for in a smartphone? For some reason people never include this information when posting "What should I get?" threads. It's all about finding what suits you best.
     
  7. Mama Luigi

    Mama Luigi Well-Known Member
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    The Incredible is better in every way except 3:

    - No physical keyboard (may or may not be important; there are a lot of good software keyboards for Android)
    - More expensive
    - May take a while to get one
     

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