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Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by moskatl, Jun 2, 2011.

  1. moskatl

    moskatl Newbie
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    I am ready to leave my once beloved Blackberry. Just have gotten sick and tired of waiting for them to release a phone device that represent 2011 standards. Jumping into Android (current Verizon user) and what to make sure it has the following capabilities:

    1. Unified in-box
    2. Seperate signatures for different email addresses
    3. notification light to let me know about emails/txt

    Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
     

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    There are lot of Android phones. - Samsung, HTC, Motorola....
    I love HTC because of their HTC Sense UI. HTC Desire S is a good option - Moderate price and many features. If u are looking for low cost phones the best option is HTC Wildfire S - Value for money.

    If u want to buy a high end one, go for Samsung Galaxy S 2

    You can get the above features in almost all phones.
     
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    These are really app questions. Android isn't like BB. You're not stuck with the stock email app.
     

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