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  1. BlackBerry

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    Hey i am on the Verizon network. Have a Black Berry Curve and am almost certain that they are not going to be coming out with any thing that will make me happy.

    The only 2 things that i know that Blackberry isnt going to fix in the near future that Droid is either going to have or has is Adobe Flash and the ability to actually use apps.

    I actually dont care for touch screen, or slide our keyboard.

    But moving on i am trying to wait till there is a price drop in the price or all the problems are well known. I am looking at Jan. Though i rather buy it sooner, simply because i am selling my GPS,since this phone gives me more functions then my current GPS ever could for free:eek:.
     

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  2. diord

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  3. bigdroid

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    Blackberry is going to have or already has Adobe Flash. Just a FYI :)
     
  4. FireRunner

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    BB does not currently have Flash. They are working on it but there is no ETA. Of course, "they are working on it" was the same status a year ago...

    The problem with Flash on a phone is the amount of bandwidth being used, carriers DON'T like that.
     
  5. BlackBerry

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    They have Youtube not flash if they heard the only way they will get flash is if they change the hardware in the phone. They also don't have Wi-Fi, you have to pay for accurate GP, their browser is horrible Oprah is the only thing i use now. RIM has allot of problems that they are not going to resolve in the near future. Not entirely all their fault Verizon may have told them to de-activate navigation and wifi.

    And the operating software is hard to write apps for.
     
  6. BlackBerry

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