Nice writeup by MSNBC

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    Seems about the same as most other reviewers have stated.
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    Yup right now its "If you don't get an iPhone, get a Droid."
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    The Droid is getting way more coverage then I expected it to get a few weeks ago. Compare this to the launch of the Palm Pre :)
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    exactly... get the iphone on a network that works about as good as a can and a string... or get the droid on the biggest most stable network in america...

    i think the decision is pretty simple.
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    Well alot of the things people don't care about or doesn't work as good as it should. Right now the camera / virtual keyboards / music player... can all be fixed via patches and firmware updates. So i'm ok with that.