What is the best Smartphone?
May 3, 2010 6:27pm CST
A lot of my friends have smart phones from Verizon, AT&T, and T-mobile. One has the Palm Pre from sprint. He says it's the best, because of all the apps and features, including, managing and switching screens by pressing a button. Another has the Neus one from T-mobile. That person says its the best, because it runs on the latest version of Android, and because it has a trackball, slim, and very nice and look and texting and browsing is amazing. I, for one have the Motorola Droid. In think its the best, because it runs on the latest version of Android 2.1, and has all the features of the Nexus One, including a physical keyboard. The only con is how fat the phone is, and how flat they keys on the keyboard is too. Which is the best?
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3 May 10
mmh in reality i like only the palm pre between phones you mentioned!!As regards moto-droid in reality did not convict me much..also ebcause you must count that motorola battery normally haven't a long life so i can't imagine when you must reach many complex contents as multimedia or surf the net and the android os it seemed to me a bit young to consider so complete! As regards nexus one i think it would be really expensive may be as the iphone from apple so in my opinion spend so much money for a device as smartphone don't worth very much considering that in a few time it will ebcome obsolete!! So may be even some nokai phones they can be ok..as n900 or the brand new n8 seemed compelte and affordable phones surely it depends on which price they are sold there!!
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• United States
3 May 10
Have you ever seen the HTC Hero? I haven't got to get into the Droid like I want to yet. I am dying to get a new phone especially a Droid. My phone is provided by my job and I have to wait a while before I get a new one. I am almost embarrassed to say which one it is but I need a new phone badley. As far as the one's you have named, you are correct the Motorola Droid is the best.
4 May 10
I would say it depends on consumer's taste.. Some people love touchscreen, while others don't. With a smart-phone, it's definitely cool, but must be really sure not to drop it ever...I mean, the damages might vary. Some consumers prefer a simple function type of phone, and it doesn't involved the smart-phone. Therefore, I think it depends totally on the individual. But I think the Motorola on Android you've mentioned; that's really cool.
4 May 10
xxreviews101xx, In case you're unaware, Palm had already been sold to Hewlett Packard and you may just want to wait awhile to purchase these Palm OS phones. Currently, I think the rave is the Android phones and brands like HTC and Motorola are really worth considering. However, I feel that the size of the phone may be a demand deterrent as these phones are quite bulky for those who like the slim portable models. Most of these phones are really impressive in terms of performance and versatility but I feel the choice could really be an individual issue where tastes, personal preferences and other considerations may come into play. Hence, I feel that it would help if you would go into the nearest store and have a feel of the gadgets before you make up your mind.
4 May 10
I have an iphone, which for me is only really good for use of the apps, and getting new apps to add on, as there are some great ones on there, but really as far as a phone to call or text people is concerned it is not that great. I dont mind the touch screen stuff, but texting with a touchscreen seems to take me so much longer to use, than a normal phone, so much so I bought a standard nokia, as my main mobile/cell to use. I also had a t-mobile g1 phone when they first come out, since it was touch screen but had the QWERTY keypad for texting etc. But didnt really get on with it, and it started to crash after a while. I think a lot depends on what the main use of the phone is for... in my own situation i use a mobile/cell for texting people mainly, and if i need to call anyone normally it would be in an emergancy situation or when i am not at home.
4 May 10
I like the moto droid. Even tough it's fat. At least i can give my hand an exercise..lol. Anyway I want to buy that instead coz' right now I'm using HTC Tattoo with Android 1.6 . Runs pretty well and I enjoyed it. But the thing is the apps just got too much limitation since the screen is smaller than the other Android based smartphones
• Daytona Beach, Florida
3 May 10
I love android, but sadly I can't afford the data plan to use the phone. So i'm setteling for a samsung phone. Samsug is a good product and I like it quite a lot. It is just enough of a smart phone to do the things I need to do. I don't use all the features, but to have the added fuction of a touch screen a smart phone is the only real option.
• Eugene, Oregon
3 May 10
I bought a smartphone in March fo this yer, and it sht Samsung Omnia 2, and it has a lot of features and the internet on it is outstanding. It is wifie compatible, but I just use the 3G and not the wifi, as the pages still load fast even without wifil. I can access myulot from it, which I have done, even though it is a little harder and it takes a little longer to pst. I bought it for the features as I wanted a Windows Mobile phone, and as far as I am concerned it is the best phone I have had and to me the best smartphone. Of course others are going to say the iphone is the best. I guess it really all depends on what you want on it and what use it for as to which smartphone is the best. Take care, and have a very good day.