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Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by mike423, Jun 29, 2010.
I got N900, nokia's best computer phone.
i miss my 3g though..
I have a ****** Blackberry Tour that I'm getting rid of as soon as iPhone 4s are not sold out in Boston.
It will be this in the coming weeks:
This little bundle-of-joy
I wouldn't trade it for an iPhone if I were offered right now. I vastly prefer it to iPhone, and the features outweigh the form in my opinion.
I'm rocking a razr:
Not my photo, but a Nexus One. And I wouldn't trade it for an iPhone...
This is the phone I would like for Verizon and I heard it was coming.
Also using the Nexus One. Sent my iPhone 4 back to Apple today.
same here, however im gonna opt for the 1 year contract so i can make necessary changes
Why did you return it? Any bugs?
I have the HTC Droid Eris.
I'm about to get one of those, possibly tomorrow
Sent your Iphone 4 back? Why?
You could have given it to me.
After looking more closely at the picture, it's not the phone I thought it was. What's that one?
I have the Moto Droid and love it.
Might consider an iPhone when they get to Verizon.
Looks like the new Droid X to me...
Yeap. Looks like it to me also...I would've gotten the HTC Incredible :]
Would love to get an Evo 4g right now.
The Nexus One itself isn't coming to Verizon anymore. Google had initially said it was, but have now changed their mind. The Droid Incredible is essentially the same phone, and is the phone Google now recommends on their site...
Ahh, OK. I try not to look at US phones too much because my local operator won't activate imported phones like the Incredible or Evo. Android is lagging behind over here; there are currently no Android 2 phones released in NZ and the Milestone (international version of the Droid; Verizon has that trademark) was supposed to be released yesterday but it's been delayed.
Some people have imported phones from Europe such as the HTC Desire but that's not an option for me; I live in a valley and have no GSM coverage. So I'm looking forward to getting a Milestone as soon as it's released here since it's the first Android 2 device that I can use where I live (it comes with 2.1 with an upgrade to 2.2 promised).
Blackberry Curve 8310
The OP is right, it is Nokia's best computer phone, but....
It isn't really what I want in a phone. It does support so many different media formats, but several things bugged me.
-Nokia's "long term support" or lack thereof
-Flash is crap
-Multitasking is nice, but slows down lots.
-Notifications are worse than iPhone notifications
-Email not as good as it could be
-OVI maps was basically forgotten by Nokia for the N900
-OVI store is crap
I ended up selling it after 4 months.
However, I will miss Skype fully integrated into the phone.
I'm probably not getting an iPhone 4, but bought a friend's iPhone 3G and will save each month for next July....
Bummer, I did not know this. Yes, I do like the incredible.