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amazing review

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by droiduser91, Nov 29, 2009.

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    any thoughts on this amazing review and comparison

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    Well,

    he just tells why we all love the DROID!
    Good review ;)
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    He hits on having to go back and back and back but the home button does what he wanted to do in getting to the home screen. I don't get that complaint at all.

    I do agree that the Moto Droid keyboard isn't all that and a bag of chips, but as I use it I'm getting better and mistyping less and less.

    As for his comment about the D-pad, I disagree with that because I use mine for navi all the time on the web. It beats the heck out of trying to click on some webpage icon and wind up fat-fingering the wrong one to be sent off to la-la-land somewhere. With the D-pad, what's highlighted and what gets clicked on are one and the same.

    I got used to the navi d-pad on the Moto Q (which is not a touch screen phone) and since old habits die hard, the lack of a d-pad with a center press would have been a deal-breaker for me.