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    Why does everyone compare it to the Eris/Devour and consider it low end?


    • MSM7627, 600MHz processor
    • Memory: ROM 512MB, RAM 256MB
    • 3.2″ Touch Screen, 800 x 480 Pixels, 262K Color TFT
    • 3.2 Megapixel with Autofocus and Flash; Dedicated Camera/Video Key
    • Android 2.1 OS; Google Experience Device

    This thing is seriously closer to the Droid than it is the two "baby" Androids. The ROM/RAM is the same as the Droid, the processor is 50mhz faster (comparing stock!), the camera has a flash, and it ships with 2.1 and no BLUR or Sense.

    Given it probably isn't as heavy duty and doesn't have a second graphics chip like the Droid, I still think it is closer to a Droid specs-wise than it is to a Devour or Eris.

    I can definitely say I'm jealous of that keyboard. At least from the looks of it, who knows how it will feel in person though.
    Because it is identical to the Devour as far as processor AND memory. Same processor, same ROM, same RAM. Damned near an identical phone except for the camera flash. Hell the Devour has a bigger screen.

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    The specs you posted says that the Devours screen is .1" smaller and has a resolution of 320 x 480. How is that bigger in any way lol.

    I'm not saying it will compete with the Droid or Incredible, not at all. It just seems with the higher res screen, better camera, and whatnot that it is already above the Eris/Devour.
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    Damnit can't edit? Anyway. The Eris although classified as a "BABY" Android has a very similar processor from the same 76xx line. Although not quite as powerful as the one in the Ally it is still very competent. Not to mention that it also has a 5MP camera and the same size display and more RAM, 288 RAM to the 256 of the Ally.

    On the comment above with the Devour having a larger display I was off. It has a slightly SMALLER display than the Ally but otherwise everything is identical except for the camera flash and the version of Android on the device.

    So don't be too quick to dismiss the Eris and the Devour. When they receive their 2.1 updates they will both be in the same league as the Ally.
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    My wife has an Eris and I like the little guy. I'm not dismissing them as crap by any means.

    I suppose I should stop thinking simply by numbers. The Ally is 600mhz, the Droid is 550mhz, but that could be like comparing a 1ghz mobile netbook processor with a 1ghz quad core LOL

    I'm not trying to talk down any phones, I like them all honestly, the more the merrier. I just think the Ally will be nicer than the Eris/Devour. Even if just because of its nicer resolution!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gardobus View Post
    My wife has an Eris and I like the little guy. I'm not dismissing them as crap by any means.

    I suppose I should stop thinking simply by numbers. The Ally is 600mhz, the Droid is 550mhz, but that could be like comparing a 1ghz mobile netbook processor with a 1ghz quad core LOL

    I'm not trying to talk down any phones, I like them all honestly, the more the merrier. I just think the Ally will be nicer than the Eris/Devour. Even if just because of its nicer resolution!
    Yes, you should stop thinking that way.

    The numbers have misled you. The 600MHz MSM7627 has perhaps half the number crunching power as the 550MHz arm cortex a8 in the Droid. In fact, the MSM7627 which is made by Qualcomm is based on the predecessor to the cortex a8.

    So yeah, this is definitely a mid-grade phone. The Ally is a clear notch below the high end Droid and Incredible models. Still a good device, but not meant for power or high end users.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gardobus View Post
    Why does everyone compare it to the Eris/Devour and consider it low end?


    • MSM7627, 600MHz processor
    • Memory: ROM 512MB, RAM 256MB
    • 3.2″ Touch Screen, 800 x 480 Pixels, 262K Color TFT
    • 3.2 Megapixel with Autofocus and Flash; Dedicated Camera/Video Key
    • Android 2.1 OS; Google Experience Device

    This thing is seriously closer to the Droid than it is the two "baby" Androids. The ROM/RAM is the same as the Droid, the processor is 50mhz faster (comparing stock!), the camera has a flash, and it ships with 2.1 and no BLUR or Sense.

    Given it probably isn't as heavy duty and doesn't have a second graphics chip like the Droid, I still think it is closer to a Droid specs-wise than it is to a Devour or Eris.

    I can definitely say I'm jealous of that keyboard. At least from the looks of it, who knows how it will feel in person though.
    the droid at 550mhz is still faster than the ally at 600mhz. The thing is that ally still uses arm 11 processor while the droid uses arm 7.

    Arm 7 at 550 runs just as fast as and Arm 11 proccessor that runs a lil above 800mhz.

    Why do you think the droid 550mhz is faster than the Samsung Moment 800mhz. Because the samsung moment runs a Arm 11 processor.

    Spec wise the droid is killing the moment with processing power alone, That is why when you judge specs, that you need to know what architecture it is.
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    Qualcomm MSM7627

    "The chipset packs two ARM cores on a single chip, including one dedicated 600MHz applications processor, and a separate 400MHz modem processor to offload some of the heavy lifting. Otherwise, the phone is said to pack a 200MHz, OpenGL 2.0-supporting GPU for some decent gaming capabilities, and a 320MHz application DSP to handle multimedia on the device, including full 30 fps WVGA video encoding and decoding."
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    The above was cut from a Palm Pixi Google search.
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    Will this phone support Flash 10.1 with that processor? If not this phone will be stuck on 2.1 for eternity. I will be checking this out though for my wife, she still really likes her Voyager but its time for a change.
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    Will this phone support Flash 10.1 with that processor? If not this phone will be stuck on 2.1 for eternity. I will be checking this out though for my wife, she still really likes her Voyager but its time for a change.
    That's an excellent point. I'm not entirely positive, but I sincerely doubt this processor has the guts to handle Flash 10.1. I mean, it is basically an obsolete CPU and Flash is notoriously inefficient. At best the performance would be sluggish. More likely, though, is that it just won't work.
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    Here's a hands-on review...

    LG Ally gets real with Verizon and Iron Man, we go hands on

    Not to impressed -- to say the least :-(
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