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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by khaddem, Feb 14, 2010.

  1. khaddem

    khaddem Active Member
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    I am a blackberry user and I'm considering buying the N1 phone. However, I have a few reservations about this phone. I am wondering if you can read and edit MS Words, Excel spreadsheet, powerpoint and maybe outlook emails?
    I use my blackberry heavily and i want to make sure that i can find some of the apps i heavily used with the N1. Also, can i access my home internet network wirelessly with the N1? I do that with my blackberry using the UMA. I'm concerned about the spotting 3G network of TMO and i want to make sure that i can spend the money for this phone and truly enjoy and not regret it. That is why i felt lucky with the blackberry since i can make calls on wifi or hotspots when i do not have any signal. I can go anywhere with internet access and connect to the network with my blackberry. Can i do that with the N1?
    Can someone on this forum educate a heavy blackberry user transition to the world of androids?
    Thanks
     

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  2. xoutlaw

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    only thing you'll probably miss is BBIM(if your friends on on it) and better exchange support on bb. other than that the n1 is pretty superb. i dont use mine in the US so i dont know about tmo 3g. and yes they're programs to edit those types of files.
     
  3. Who Cares?

    Who Cares? Well-Known Member
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    N1 isn't capable of that UMA thing that T-Mobile does.
     
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