Have any Android users out there made the switch from the Incredible to the new (what is apparently the replacement to the Incredible) Thunderbolt? If so, why, and are you noticing the supposed "changes" (other than the noticeably larger screen) in comparison to be positive?
Would you say it's better, worse, a step up or on about the same level?
Is the upgraded processor that much better, and is there much of a difference between Froyo 2.0 & 2.1 which the Thunderbolt claims to be running?
I must admit, the new features & specs sound intriguing (the larger, better quality screen, FF camera, pop-out kickstand, faster Snapdragon processor, included 32gb memory card, the ability to tether without rooting or hotspot, and slimmer, less lumpy design, to name a few..).
Secondly, since the option became available, I was going to go for the iPhone but I really don't want to part with Android OS. I do like to learn new phones and OS, but with Android it's an OS I can say I really like and is close to being worked out to as perfect as a phone OS can be expected to run. Compared to the frequent kinks of BB, (supposedly) Apple, Samsung, etc it has the best interface with Sense UI and the least flaws within the system (speaking from personal experience), so I'm hesitant to switch to yet another unfamiliar brand and OS that could potentially be terrible. I've had 2 Android powered phones and have enjoyed them both and found the overall experience to be so much more enjoyable than any other phone so far. I'm just really curious about and have always wanted an iPhone for several of it's features & apps that you won't find on any other phone, and now that its on VZW, I kinda want to give it a shot. But giving up DROID kinda feels like giving up a big sense of security...
Any opinions/personal experiences?
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