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Motorola Droid X (Verizon)

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  • Motorola Droid X (Verizon)

    I just became eligible for an upgrade with Verizon, and I'm considering getting a Droid X after it comes out.

    It will be a HUGE change for me, as I only use my current phone for talking and occasionally checking email. Lately, I've been frustrated with my netbook. It's extremely slow, even when there's a good wifi signal. I'm thinking, "Why not ditch the netbook for a smartphone? Then I won't be at the mercy of sketchy wifi when I'm traveling."

    Online chatter says the Droid X will probably replace the HTC Droid Incredible, which has supply problems and is out of stock until later in July.
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    Re: Motorola Droid X (Verizon)

    I would say the Droid X is a good choice for a smartphone. I currently have the original Motorola Droid. I'm very pleased with it. If I remember correctly, the Droid X comes with Swype. Swype is a fantastic addition and in my opinion is the best way to "type" on any on-screen keyboard.

    Honestly it will all come down to personal choice for any phone you get, but no phone is going to replace a computer or even a netbook. The typing experience on a phone will never come close to anything with a keyboard and screen size on a phone is going to cap out around 4 inches where a netbook or notebook will be 9 inches plus.

    Just my two cents.

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