Will you switch to the dreaded?

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by cccmhhh, Oct 29, 2010.

  1. RyansGirl101302

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    I would never switch you know the first release is going to have huge issues. Plus using an itouch I hate it.i used to be a die hard blackberry user and now being able to customize the droid to exactly what I want, I will never use an I phone. I also would love to know the app to sync itunes to my droid!

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    Isyncr has a wifi addon available. Have not tried it myself.
     
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    I have the ipod touch 4g. Its literally an iphone without the phone and 3g.. so no. If I didn't have a itouch maybe...
     
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    I used go be a windows mobile junkie, till I flashed my htc touch with a linux kernal and installed android. I have been hooked ever since. Screw the iphone, you can have my droidx when you pry it from my cold and dead lifeless fingers!
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    That's a big hell no
     
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    Dual core phones on their way... would be silly to even toy with the idea of the iPhone.

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    The capabilities of the iphone are far surpassed by even the oldest droid phones....my droid 2 is taking the place of my g1 which have both allowed me to be on the go and have the use of a pocket pc, old school gaming system, office suite and the least part a cell phone.....I can do what I want with fewer restrictions....I had a first gen iphone and have boycotted them since I murdered the thing in a toilet.....
     
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    And you think apple won't have dual cores in future iphones?

    Don't underestimate your competitors.

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    never said that... but they (Apple) release 1 phone a year. 2011's may vary well be dual core (first we've got to see a CDMA iPhone state-side), but Android most likely will have already released at least one, if not more by then.
     
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    I hope you're right, but I think we will see an iPhone on VZW before we see a dual core Android phone on it.
     
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    Depends on how much I like the Incredible HD once I get it. I'm currently using a Droid X, and while I like it, I liked my iPhone 4 better. Apps seem to be more polished, the phone itself hardly crashes, and the touch screen is way more accurate, no one can deny that, even the most hardcore android fanboys.
     
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    Not to deny your claims but I have the X and have never had an issue with the accuracy of the touchscreen (and I usually have fat finger issues with every touchscreen device I try). Maybe I got lucky and got a good one but I honestly couldn't ask for the touchscreen to be any better on the X.