Thanks for posting the pictures up...they look sweet!
battery life depends on what youre doing...
try running a playstation emulator and see how long it takes to go from full to 15%...I can manage 3-4 hours TOPS (depending on the complexity of the game) with the bp7x extended battery. I know this isnt the D2G section, but Im just saying.
Well yeah, I use my phone for the occasional phone call, and I use it for twitter, Facebook, engadget, the web browser,and the various forum apps. I don't really play any games. I think getting 8-10 hours is pretty damn good on 4g if you ask me
Sent from my LG Revolution
Former Droid 1 & 2
Please help... LG Revolution vs Samsung Droid Charge
Can someone please break down the ups and downs of the LG Revolution vs Samsung Droid Charge, what device they like better and why?
Where is the Rev better. Where is the Charge better.
How much better is the Charge's display over the Rev?
Do the 900 benchmark scores of the Charge really fall that far behind the 2000 scores of the Rev?
Can the Bing apps be removed without breaking the phone?
Is the Charge DLNA certified and does it matter?
Is the Charge bootloader unlocked?
Does the charge have the same 3.5-millimeter audio jack as the Rev?
If I wanted to phone to watch movies, steam movies to TV over HDMI, play games and text what phone would you chose between the two?
~I have three hours to make a decision, thanks for your help.
Anyway, here is my reasoning in Choosing the LG over the Charge or TB.
Unlocked bootloader (although there does not seem to be much going on in this area yet)
HDMI out + DNLA
Screen almost as good as the Charge and better than the TB
Seems to have less problems than the TB (battery reboots etc..)
Better interface (YMMV)
Charge has a much better camera than either of the the other two, but I liked the quality of the Revo's images better than the TB even though it is 5mp vs 8mp. There is alot of confusion around megapixles and image quality. More is not always better.
I also preferred the LG's form factor/style better than the Charges'. The Charge seems too flimsy and I hated where the buttons were on the Charge. Again this is an area open for personal opinion.
I don't like the button position on the charge. Too low, cramps my finger.
Other people love it though.
I like the basic look/feel of the revo . The capacitive buttons nice.
Since i started with droid i think i am most comfy with that setup.
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