Ok I got my Droid on 3/30 and love it but should I trade it in for the incredible since I am under the 30 days?
A gun in the hand is better than a cop on the phone.
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LOL...it depends. Do you want the physical keyboard or not? The incredible has many advantages (on paper) and some disadvantages (to some).
No physical keyboard
Much more plastic (either disadvantage or advantage depending on the camp)
Sense UI (plus or minus...depends on the person
Video out (huge for many)
SnapDragon processor (arguably faster, but there are other things than just specs. Although over clocking to 1.8 or higher is something to look forward to)
8gb of internal memory (no way this is not a plus)
AMLOD screen (hmmmm. Most likely very nice inside but outdoors it will suck. That being said, I find the Droid pretty much unusable outdoors in the Texas sun)
There are many more items to consider. I have watched every video on this phone and am one that will probably make the jump. I absolutely love my Droid and it is the best on the market IMHO. That being said, I just don't use the physical keyboard and am not worried about metal vs plastic. Besides...my Droid will stay in the family since my wife has my old BB Tour and absolutely hates it.
Personally I think the Incredible will be a great phone, and yes, even better than the Droid. That is not any type of slam on the Droid at all. Just a newer phone with updated specs. You cannot go wrong with the Droid....believe me. If you don't want or need a physical board will be the main question.
Thanks mjs31. I do not use the physical keyboard and I also find the droid heavy which is why I am considering the HTC. I'll see how I feel. I purchased through letstalk.com and they do not have the HTC yet anyway.
Really....anyone within the 30 days period would be crazy not to hold out and see what the Incredible has to offer. It is just common sense. That is if you don't want a physical keyboard..
People will argue like nothing else to defend the Droid but that fact is, these same people will have a different phone a year or so down the road. Now it may be a Droid 2, but still. Go with what works for you. There is a new phone coming out all the time. Although I personally think the Droid is the best phone on the market as of this posting, I will probably be switching. As great as it is, I am an Android OS fan overall so will continue with that, not the make/model of the phone.