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Droid 2 or Dinc?

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2' started by gaga, Oct 16, 2010.

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    I was given the option of upgrading from my Droid 1 and my options were either a Droid incredible or a Droid 2.

    I picked the Droid 2 because of the keyboard but now I'm wondering if I made the right decision.

    Which do you prefer?
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    You had the Droid 1 was the keyboard a necessity ?

    If so then you probably made a good choice -
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    I wouldn't say it was a necessity, just something that was extremely helpful when writing long emails or texts. The on-screen keyboard can be a pain in the butt!

    I was more curious about the power and speed, bat life, ect of the phone.
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    In my limited experience, the power and speed are the same, but the battery life of the D2 is superior (on stock batteries).

    Sounds to me, if you like the physical keyboard, then you made the right choice.
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    I was in the same situation and chose an Inc. I didn't really use my D1's physical keyboard that much, and I was overall sick of having a slider phone...wanted something nice and slim. In my opionion HTC's SenseUI is also superior to motoblur. The battery life, as noted above, is worse though.