Droid 2

Discussion in 'Bugless' started by apops, Aug 3, 2010.

  1. apops

    apops Member

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    Whats the difference between my Droid1 with BB.4 and a Droid2 with Froyo 2.2?
     
  2. bendystrawboy

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    Either can be used to search google and find the phone specs....so I dunno.
     
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    droid-life tells u! look it up
     
  4. Tallen1331

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    umm, the D2 has twice the ram (512mb) better wifi (802.11n), 8gb's of internal memory and a bigger keyboard (but doesnt have the d-pad).... think thats about all
     
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    Not totally sold on either the Droid 2 or the Droid X. I think it's gonna take a dual processor with all the bells and whistles for me to leave me Droid.
     
  6. Hiroshika

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    Honestly is there anything you havent been able to do with 256mb of ram? And 802.11n wifi drains battery like a mother, and the throughput to the phone is still the same as B or G would be. I believe it has those 4 arrow keys like your pc keyboard has instead of the dpad. The 8gb of memory is nice, but is it worth buying a whole new phone?
     
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    The Droid 2 has the same encrypted bootloader as the Droid X, so the conversation needn't go much further.
     
  8. Tallen1331

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    lol, i was never saying anything suggestive towards the droid1 being "not good enough" or anything like that. The forum starter asked the question, and i answered it... simply put the droid is hands down my favorite phone ive owned... and it would take a lot for me to upgrade.. but the 4.3 inch screen on the DX is quite the sexiness.

    also i wouldnt be upset if my phone broke and the replacement was a droid2... new tech is always fun.
     
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    Why is this discussion in the Bugless forum.
     
  10. resident

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    The droid1's chip has the capability for wireless N, just like it also contains a radio receiver and transmitter but they're locked out afaik. Some people were working on getting the radio to work, not sure what happened to that. I believe a similar android phone using the same chip was or is being released in China but still no port that I have heard of. I would love the ability to receive and broadcast or even use wireless N.
     
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