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Re: Droid: Easy, Breezy, Friendly, but a Little Fat
Posted by: John P. Mello Jr. 2009-12-07 10:04:17
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Up to now, if you wanted a smartphone with power and without complexity, the only orchard you could go to was Apple's. With the arrival of the Motorola Droid, though, that's changed. The Droid uses Google's Android operating system. It's not as slick as the OS in Apple's iPhone, but it's still a breeze to use, and it has some tricks of its own, like voice search. Yes, you can talk to this phone, and it will fill in your search terms. It's accurate, too. As a goof, I asked it to find "chronosynclastic infundibulum," and performed the search without a sneeze.

Pre has everything mentioned
Posted by: fmcentire 2009-12-08 09:41:45 In reply to: John P. Mello Jr.
Except for the voice search and a 3.2 MP camera instead of 5, which meets my camera needs. It's also smaller and has a better design too so it isn't a monster that doesn't fit in your pocket. No mention at all in your article about Palm or Blackberries though.. I guess all that exists in the world are Droids and iPhones.
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