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KenW from NW Ohio

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by KenW, Feb 28, 2010.

  1. KenW

    KenW Member
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    I currently have an XV6800. My New in Two program is up on March 6 and I'm planning on getting an Android based phone from Verizon, my current carrier.

    Just learned about the Nexus and now I'm in a quandry. :D Should I wait to the end of the month or just take the plunge now for the MotoDroid?

    I'll be looking for threads comparing the two. If you have any wisdom to share feel free to post it here or to pm me.

    :cool:

    Ken (I covet the 'droid) W
     

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  2. lekky

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    depends if you want a physical keyboard, but I'd go for N1 over it any day. There should be plenty of threads about this so check out hte search.

    Also welcome :p
     
  3. justjimjpc

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    Welcome to the AF forums and enjoy your visits !! :cool:
     
  4. bigdroid

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    Welcome to Android Forums!! :)
     
  5. KenW

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    Thanks for the welcomes.

    I'm still wondering about the comparison between the MDroid and the Nexus.

    Anything else besides the keyboard difference? Does the Motoroloa have the noise suppression? Is either one better web-surfing?

    My XV6800 doesn't do YouTube, do either of these? Tethering is also an issue with my present phone and PDAnet didn't like the implementation of WM on the phone.
     
  6. welcome to the forum, glad to have ya aboard!
     
  7. Nelson419

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    Ken, welcome from a fellow NW Ohio Android User.

    I love my droid, the development community is huge, and I have grown VERY fond of the physical keyboard. It comes in handy quite often when operating from the command line. The N1 isn't THAT much faster, its biggest advantage is the extra RAM, my Droid is running at 1.2ghz stable.
     

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