Droid 2?

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  1. Edmvr6

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    nnooo. if i was going to get an android phone with no keyboard i would DEFINATELY go with an htc phone.
    besides whats with the weird curve out on the right side
     
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    fail. keep the current design, just make it better.
     
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    looks like an iphone to me.
     
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    Okay, this is a bit suspicious. I have seen those pics before but on another thread saying that it's not the DROID 2 but a "Sholes” XT701 tablet running Android.
     
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    i would rather keep the keyboard. If i went with a no keyboard android phone i would go for the N1
     
  7. Edmvr6

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    I would also keep the droid... for that I rather get the Nexus one also
     
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    isn't that just the Droid that's being released in China?
     
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    IMO, the positioning of soft keys (back, menu, home, search) on the Droid is far more intuitive.
     
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    I agree, it does.
     
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    That was my first thought, too. I don't care about the lack of a physical keyboard though. That's the one thing I really hate about the Droid. They should have just left it off. I never use it.