Android vs. iPhone vs. Windows Phone 7

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    myfriend
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    Android vs. iPhone vs. Windows Phone 7

    What are the pros and cons?

    #737844

    aries2756
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    There are many pros and cons depending on what you use your phone for. So it all depends on what you need your phone for. If you don’t need it for internet, texting or fun apps then you are wasting your money and energy learning a new system that is super fast and can do practically anything you want it to by purchasing the android platform. It is very similar to the iphone but you are much more limited with the iphone because, I believe that you can only get AT&T service for the IPHONE. I know nothing about Windows 7 phone. So I can’t help you with that.

    #737845

    WIY
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    If you really want to know you should compare the 3 side by side do some googling.

    #737846

    chesedname
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    Anyone know the difference between all the Android phones?

    Not comparing to iphone, now.

    #737847

    ymhtb1
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    as far as i know (chesedname) the difference is size keyboard if any for example the droid x does not have a key board its all touch. then you have different displays in each droid. I have the first droid by motorola through verizon, texting: if we are texting together the backround for me is white for you its grey, i know in the droid by motorola 2 its orange and green word bubbles. so other then different displays and size i dont belive there is much difference. They did come out with maybe 2 months ago with droid motorola pro which is a blackberry face with droid system/software

    #737848

    ZachKessin
    Member

    I have an android HTC desire as well as an ipod touch (long story). and I really like the android phone. I also have some issues with the way apple treats customers on the iPhone and the fact that to write an app for my private ipod I would have to pay apple, while google has some very cool tools to allow non programmers to create apps for the android.

    #737849

    In America they’re not so big, but maybe consider Nokia?

    My Nokia E72 beats every other phone in battery life, reception, and usefulness. Show me another phone that can be used as a modem via Bluetooth, can do real multitasking quickly and efficiently, has a real keyboard, has an excellent camera, can be used as a WiFi hotspot, has (free) GPS navigation, and is strong enough to withstand some falls.

    In the US T-Mobile calls it the “Nokia E73 Mode”.

    #737850

    fabie
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    In E”Y are cellphones have hechshers.

    #737851

    Jack Daniels
    Member

    aries iphone is coming to verizon and sprint 2/11

    #737852

    jewish source
    Participant

    pshat is you could text and surf and email whilst on a phone call

    #737853

    Duct Tape
    Member

    @daniel Breslauer

    With PDA Net, you can tether most smart phones, and use some as a bluetooth modem. Wifi works both ways, so most phones with a built in WiFi can be rooted and used as a WiFi hotspot (or you can pay the $20 monthly fee without rooting your phone) is your battery life as good while you are using it as a hotspot?

    “It ain’t broke, it just lacks Duct Tape”

    #737854

    LBK
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    Blackberry doesn’t even get honorable mention anymore?

    #737855

    dunno
    Member

    Blackberry doesn’t even get honorable mention anymore?

    I was thinking the same! I personally like the Blackberry better because I don’t like texting on touch screens.

    #737856

    cherrybim
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    Just love my Evo.

    #737857

    jewish source
    Participant

    EVO all the way

    #737858

    Duct Tape
    Member

    Droid X 🙂

    “It ain’t broke, it just lacks Duct Tape”

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