To me, the transition wasn't hard. I used the keyboard on the D1 often. But for me the larger screen made it easy.
Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Xparent ICS Blue
Thank you all for your posts and giving me an idea of what you like/don't like about your post D1 phones.
Some general questions if I might.
For the G-nex users (most of you): I thought the G-nex was just so large and the buttons not on the bottom (as much) would be an issue; is this just in my head or is the larger size significant/bothersome?
For the Rezound users (much fewer of you): the one i looked at seem much more reflective than other phones (I could see my face much stronger than other phones) - has anyone else noticed this or was I just under a strong light?
For the Razr users (almost none): What made you decide on Razr?For the D4 users: Oh wait. . .I've not heard from any D4 users yet? Why is that ::snicker snicker::
Thanks again for all your feedback/ideas/thoughts;
A (still on the growing fence) Bug
D1 > Dinc > DX > *OptV > DX2 > TBolt > Inc2 > iPhone 4 > Bionic > Razr > Gnex > Rezound > *HTC Sensation > *Samsung GS2 > *Samsung ExII 4G > *HTC Radar (still have Sensation)
The Rezound will still have better battery life than your D1 - it's not bad by any means. Not the best, but not bad.
FWIW, and this is useless info for Verizon people, the HTC Sensation is one of the best Android phones with the most dev support - my favorite out of all of them. I'm also really loving Windows Phone 7.5 on the HTC Radar.
went from the d1 to the d4 I love it the keyboard is very smooth with back lights very nice especially when your trying to sleep. the only thing that I don't like is the locked boot loader but as far as everything else goes its great. 1080p HD rear facing camera 720p HD front facing camera is fa nominal runs smoothly and flawlessly during any process your trying to run. the only thing i wish is that it had a 1500 kernel like the resound but oh well