Motorola Droid or Nexus One?

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    My wife's contract has expired with Verizon. We want to stay with Verizon due to great coverage (rarely drop a call, unlike ATT). My questions is whether we should go with the Motorola or the N1. She likes a keyboard which is offered on the Moto but not on the N1.

    I looked at the Moto around the holidays and did not like the keyboard due to the flat keys. I was in the Verizon store yesterday and it seemed the key were slightly raised. Am I dreaming or was there a change to the keyboard?

    Can anyone tell me why she should get the Moto other than the keyboard when comparing to the N1? Any thoughts would be appreciated!
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    Well I have been a lurker on this sight for some time now. Thank you for the Droid:reddroid: vs N1:greendroid: thread. I want a Droid:reddroid: but I was thinking to weight for the N1:greendroid: but I believe the Droid:reddroid: is the way to go for now and I have read many posts and many reviews and followed the links allover the web for the Droid:greendroid: and N1:reddroid:. In fact the only drawback I have seen for the Droid:reddroid: is the camera but in defense of the Droid it is a phone that has a camera for good pics. I use my Canon

    :reddroid::reddroid:DROID:reddroid::reddroid:
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    In your second sentence you mentioned coverage and yet you are considering a nexus one? Nexus One is a very good phone, the system is terrible (well, in the sense of coverage).
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