It's Droid, Droid, baby

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by cereal killer, Dec 28, 2009.

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    That's amazing! Support, I would think, should be really above par for this device.
     
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    I got the dock for Christmas and it just ads a whole new dimension of aw to the phone. It's like everyday I have this phone I learn about something cool that I didn't know the day before.
     
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    No doubt : )
     
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    You know what the greatest thing is about this news? I will bet my house the Google Phone does not come close to the amount of sales. Why? Limited to T-Mobile and barely supported by AT&T due to lack of 3G.

    Sorry Google...you lost this fight. And while you are at it...thank Verizon for dishing out 100 million dollars to market this phone to help expand the Android OS. Without it, you'd be nothing and still in the trenches clawing at Windows Mobile, Blackberry and Apple.

    Keep infiltrating the Android OS and forcing every Android phone to become a Google Phone and when any of those other OS's step up to the plate and put out something of quality I'll be switching sides.

    (And like I've been saying in other threads, Google...you had plenty of time with T-Mobile before with the G-1, MyTouch, etc... and your marketplace failed. Thank Verizon right now for saving you.)
     
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    wow that is great news!!
     
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    ahhh thats piceless news
     
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    I have to agree with you there... If Google really wants the Nexus One to compete against the iPhone (or Droid, for that matter), why would they choose T-Mobile as the phone's primary carrier? It really doesn't make sense to me... Oh well, long live the Droid!