yea I would stay with Droid 1 jsut because of all the new phones that are going to come out. Like other people said by the time you have your upgrade, there are many more phones.
Im a Droidoholic!!!
I think you guys are right...Im thinking Im gonna stick with the Droid 1 as long as Devs keep making these awesome ROMS. And after hearing about that Mysterious Droid Pro (which hopefully becomes more than a rumor) I think Im gonna wait till the Holiday phones make their arrival just in time for my early upgrade after a year with my droid. I really want a front facing camera...after playing with the XXXXXX (not gonna even say the name) I really like the idea and cant wait to see a Droid with those capabilities! Looks like ill be holding out for a few more months!!!!
I am looking to hop on the smartphone bandwagon and was trying to decide between the D1, DX, or the DI.
I would love to wait for the D2 since I would like to have a physical keyboard, but the rumors of VZW's tiered data plan roll out on Jul. 29 have scared me into getting a phone now.
So if I don't own any of these smartphones right now which would be a good option?
I am experienced would Android/Linux so rooting and custom ROMs would not scare me away.
Kinda random but why do they keep switching up the 4 buttons at the bottom (menu, back, home, search)? I understand some of the brands doing it differently, but both the X and 2 have a different setup than the original Droid. HTC's Inc is different. I think the Evo is different as well. Samsung's are probably different too. Kinda frustrating, if you go to a phone, after a year or so of "back, menu, home, search" to go to "home, back, menu, search" or something along those lines.
Not to go off topic too much, I personally probably would stick with the original Droid. I am not a big fan of the Motoblur interface, although I haven't used it a whole lot. I mean if I were to get one for free or really cheap though I don't think I would complain too much though.
Personally I am waiting it out to see what comes out around the holidays to the first of the year time frame. If by that time nothing else has came out, or is coming out soon, and I feel the need to upgrade (which is bound to happen) I may get one of the already out phones. Maybe Gingerbread or LTE will have something out by then.