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Discussion in 'Droid Polls' started by danDroid, Nov 7, 2009.
Unless something changes, this baby gets a 5!
i wish the person who rated it a one would speak up...
i hope i can rate it a 5 when i get it "later today"
it was prolly just a jealous hater that does not own one or even seen one in person.
Thus far it is an amazing phone! My only complaint so far is the small slider key board. Big fingers little bottons....
I had to give it a 4 (but would have given a 4.5 if possible) - very nice phone, has a learning curve, a few quirks, but overall it's pretty sweet!
Its tuff to rate any phone with only hours of use/experience, but so far with just over 24 hours of use... i rated it a 5.
Really? Thats like me ordering the most amazing steak on earth from a restaurant and then saying I cant give it a 5 because the cow wasn't raised on my favorite local farm.
I feel bad for Verizon and Motorola if their ratings on this phone are dependent on the users ability to adapt to technology.
If the idont phone virtual keyboard was worse than Droids, I pity the poor idont folks! I am not loving the Droids virtual keyboard-it is a tad finicky. I am getting used to it, but i far prefer the slider keyboard. And i am a woman with small hands. How are guys with bigger hands navigating the virtual keyboard? I always end up 1 or 2 keys over from where I want to be.
I gave Droid a 5. I am a total newbie to smartphones tho-I upgraded from an EnV2 (if Droid had EnV2's keyboard that would be one awesome phone, tho Droid's pullout qwerty isnt too bad!). My technical proficiency range is "know enough to be dangerous but not enough to be held accountable for it" lol! I have done a pretty good job figuring out the basics on Droid, with only a couple references to the User Manual. Like when I first got it and couldnt figure out how to turn it back on lol!!!!
I switched over from a BBCurve8330 and I thought I'd miss my little "Crackberry" but not yet. I have no disappointments or problems with the DROID so far, but bought a couple apps I don't like, but that's just a few bucks.
So many of my friends and family jumped ship from Verizon to other carries bc they were tired of everyone else getting cool and innovative smartphones. I stayed loyal and they finally brought in a phone that competes with other carries. I voted 5 for reasons other than just the phone. I think the Droid, teamed with Verizon's network, and me upgrading from a voyager definitely deserves a 5!
My only issue is that some of the apps arent android 2.0 compatible yet but I knew that would be the case for the fisrt few days/weeks so its no big deal. The more important ones work fine.