Best Buy Showing Android Love

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by Eddog4DROID, Nov 1, 2010.

  1. Eddog4DROID

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    Went into Best Buy today and they recently rearranged things... wow do they prominently display Android. The iPhone has been relegated into the corner of the ATT section.

    They had an "Android Display" an HTC only Android Display, and 4 Live phones -- Fascinate, Captivate, Droid 2, and EVO. Live workable phones with beautiful screens.

    It is heavenly! And wait for the newest phones to be released. Unfortunately, when I was talking to one of the BB reps in the Phone section, I was teaching HIM about Android.
     
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    What else can you expect? BB employees are not given any training on any of their products. Pass a credit check and look good in khakis and you're on board. It's kinda like expecting someone at Auto Zone to be able to help you on your car...
     
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    Sweet! I hope my BB has done this. I wanna play with some of the other Android phones and see if I am willing to make the transition from my Droid1, but I don't know how I can change since I can't put this damn phone down! Haha.
     
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    Haha! +1! Then you have Verizon reps like me teaching my managers and even our "Data Specialist" about Android! Fail!!



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