Droid phone feature

Discussion in 'HTC Droid Incredible' started by Aggie Man, Jul 3, 2010.

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    I have the Moto Droid. I do not use the keypad. I am due for an upgrade and I want an all touch phone. Droid Inc seems to be the choice but...IF the HTC Droid Inc phone calling features are the same as the HTC Droid Eris that is a big let down. Is there a way to put the Moto Droid phone features on the Droid Inc???
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    What features are you talking about? Can you be a bit more specific?
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    hello Hook. I am talking about the actual phone calling features....keypad, features listed at the top of screen on phone (phone, call log, contacts, favorites).
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    My suggestion is to go into your local Verizon store and test drive the Droid Inc. I think you will be pleased with it. Trying to get everyones opinion on here is not really going to help you make a decision.
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    Exactly ^^^^ try it out for yourself. I'm glad I didn't find this forum until AFTER I bought my Incredible because there's nothing but MOTO fanboys here.
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    Good idea. Thanks.
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    Not true, I have a Moto Droid, and I wouldn't hesitate to suggest a DI, I like it other than it having Sense. I guess I'm more of a Vanilla Android fanboy, but the DI is still a great phone none-the-less.
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    Well at least your for Android and not a particular phone.
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    Not sure exactly what you are talking but I had a moto Droid for 6 months before upgrading to an Incredible.

    The Incredible is, in every way, superior to the Moto, especially when only considering the phone aspect.

    I loved my Moto, but wasnt particularly impressed with it as just a phone. the Incredible is an amazing device. I am still amaze at what all it can do and how amazingly well everything works. It is simply excellent. Amazing handset.
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    This is almost always good advice, when purchasing anything. But I will say this.

    It takes a few days to fully appreciate something this complex, even when it is really intuitive, and simple, considering.

    I thought my Incredible was a great phone the first day or so I had it.

    But a week later, I am simply amazed. It takes some time to fully appreciate everything.
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    I agree. I have had my DI since July 17. It is awesome. I have adapted the phone calling features. Its just awesome.