I'm planning to keep my Droid.
Okay, I'm coming from an Iphone an am using the Droid as a business user, so I rely exclusively on Exchange integration.
Screen - LOVE the screen! The resolution is double that of the Iphone and looks spectacular, it's undeniable.
Faster task switching
Most apps I used on the Iphone are already on the Droid platform so I am not missing much at all (although I do miss my native DirecTV app)
- Exchange integration is pretty awful
- Global address list will not sync (iphone did this)
- Can't move emails to sub-folders (iphone did this very easily)
- Folder list is not nested as in my exchange inbox which makes it very hard to navigate (again, iphone did this perfectly)
I am aware of the Touchdown program which sort of replaces the native mail application, but I refuse to pay money for something that should be built into the phone. If they can update the Exchange functionality I will be in heaven.
Yeah, it's a keeper. As stated many times previously, there will be issues but nothing major yet. The only thing that ticked me off was the video camera, I was at the Panthers/Falcons game and was in the corner of the endzone when Steve Smith caught the ball and was in the process of recording it from my seat when the video camera locked up on. It did it twice that day and really haven't used it much since. That's been the only complaint I've had. There are minor issues which stem from the fact that I'm not a overly savvy on all the technical 'stuff' but that's not the Droid's fault.
traded in my iPhone 6 mos early to get this phone.... I LOVED my iPhone but I see this phone going places... my iPhone was so restricting. My droid has been pretty buggy so I'm relying on the fixes that will hopefully come next month. But i don't see me getting rid of this just yet. The market seems to be growing every day. I think DV's are starting to see that people want choices