motorola droid replaced? should i sell!!

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  1. pookie025

    pookie025 New Member

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    so i got the droid replaced under the one year manufactures warranty. im thinking about selling it on ebay to buy the inedible. i just started ny two year contract in jan. should i keep this droid and wait till next year for a upgrade or go for the incredible now....
     
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    The QWERTY keyboard is a must have for me. I want a DROID 2!!!
     
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    Unless you HATE the moto droid, i dont see why there would be a reason to upgrade, expecially since youve had it for only 5 months. In a month or two there will probably be two more beasts of phones that everybody will want, plus even more coming out by the month almost. It's your choice though..
     
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    I say hold on, there will be a few more Android phones surfacing soon that will have better features then the incredible (720p video, hdmi port, etc).
     
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    I just don't think the Incredible is a major enough improvement over the Droid (other then the 8meg camera) ....everybody wants the latest & greatest, but if that were the case we'd be replacing our handsets every 3 months. Personally I'd hang on & wait until a larger technology jump occurs. The good news is you won't have to wait long....lol
     
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    teeeeheeee
     
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    It's really a personal preference thing. I traded my droid for the HTC but i was under my 30 days. i prefer the HTC over the Moto and it is the better phone for me. They are both great phones but I did not use the droid physical keyboard and found the phone to heavy for my liking. The HTC is a little faster but not enough to make a huge difference. I find call quality better on my HTC and battery life is better on the droid. I did buy the 1750 mah battery for my HTC and it is no longer an issue.