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Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by Anarchist310000, Apr 29, 2010.
I was just wondering how long and how many people will be keeping their droids.
Until my next upgrade (7 months more ugh...) & a superior successor shows up (latest and greatest at the time of upgrade date on verizon).
I've only had mine for a couple of months but plan on keeping mine for the long haul. I totally love it. The Incredible looks nice but I don't know if I like it enough to jump ship.
As soon as the Moto Droid 2 comes out : )
I have an upgrade available now on my second line so I'm sitting pretty.
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I plan on goigng the long haul with it
My 2-year contract is up in November 2011. I won't be tempted to upgrade until then cuz I know by that time, there will be a phone even better than the Incredible/EVO/iPhone 4G.
I'm one of those folks who absolutely needs a hardware keyboard... and it won't be difficult to top the Droid's craptastic one.
I plan on keeping it until my upgrade is up again and something better comes out and it hasn't yet.
Until a new one that has a keyboard comes out, after my NE2 comes around again also.. Even tho I have no problem with the keyboard, I saw the one on that LG......phew.....is all I can say.
until another phone really WOW's me. I love this phone and will probably keep it till past my upgrade date. Nothing out right now has really tickled my fancy.
Same. With the droid, I was obsessed with it when I first found out about it and kept tracking it until it was finally released. Until another phone comes around that makes me want it that bad, I'm sticking with this beast.
ummm I will keep for about one year or release for new phone
Dunno, I kept my last phone well past the 2 year upgrade point, by at least a year or more. But smartphones, I think, will improve by leaps and bounds in the comings years so getting harder to commit to a 2 year deal these days. I'll play the wait and see game for awhile. Wouldn't mind having the Incredible, but it's too soon to say if it really is a Moto Droid killer. I'm thinking the Moto Droid will still be a top of the line smartphone for another year or so. It still has yet to reach it's full potential.