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Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by greyghost04, Feb 3, 2010.
Check out the new Devour
Motorola Devour officially coming to Verizon next month -- Engadget
I feel like phones don't usually lose their hype as fast as this.. I was thinking this before you even posted that.
You do know the Devour is a step down from the Droid, right?
Devour isn't as powerful as Droid. It's more of a replacement for the Cliq. Don't feel slighted
Welcome to the world of electronics. New stuff is constantly coming out, unfortunately if you try to keep up, you'll eventually go broke oh well.
did you even bother to read the tech specs on the phone? first of all, it is running 1.6 with Blur... not 2.x... 1.6
second off, the screen is 3.1" and the resolution is 320x480
not sure how the processor compares to be honest (Qualcomm MSM7627 vs TI OMAP3430)
"Only had the Droid for 2 months, now it'salready the old phone."
I disagree, but in regards to your opinion that's life.
The CPUs don't compare. The OMAP is much better.
lol mine always feels new because I change the calendar colors and background often. plus any new apps I add.
The Devour is a Motoblur phone running 1.6 with a different keyboard and smaller screen.
It is lighter than the DROID, but since its running Motoblur it becomes a totally different phone. It is geared towards the "social network" oriented crowd because of the ties to Twitter, Myspace and Facebook.
It does look like a nice keyboard though.
Definitely not making the Droid "outdated" or "old" though. Just another alternative.
I look at that keyboard and wonder if we would have liked our Droid better if it had that type of keyboard. I've actually gotten pretty good with the current kb. I guess Motorola knew we would acclimate to it .
Would not trade this phone for any other current phone at this time. Whenever someone says they are going back to their old phone I just think they don't understand how to operate the Droid. It's simply the BEST!
It's a shame you look at things this way, no offense...
Talk about not getting maximum utility out of what you spend money on? This is definitely a step down, and the Droid is a GREAT phone that has the potential to grow with you. I payed a good bit of money to get this phone, and I will be enjoying it for at least another year.