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Motorola Droid vs. Blackberry Storm 2

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For the past couple months, I have been dealing with a quite frustrating Blackberry model World Edition cell phone. For the people reading, I’m sure there is no need to describe the blackberry messaging application and what it does. Well, in recent months there have been numerous updates making “BBM” more organized, sharper, and socially friendly. While many of you have neat pictures displayed next to your name, I still hold true to the original blackberry messenger. I feel like I’m even behind on people with normal phones, being that the new software even organizes your texts in blackberry messenger form. Other than texting, the speed at which the internet loads is quite annoying. It was time for a new phone that would both enhance by connection abilities, and offer some interesting options for entertainment as well.

I have found the solution. The Motorola Droid is the phone of the future. Like iPhone, Droid is a 3g phone that has each and every application you can ask for. As for texting, it has both a touch screen and keyboard. Some of the key features are voice activated Google, and the ability to build your background as if the device were a computer desktop. It also has HD video and selective voicemail, in which you can see who left you a voicemail and you can choose which one to listen to.

In conclusion, I would like to highly recommend the Motorola Droid. I know everyone has blackberries and that’s the way to go and there like totally cooler, but if you’re truly looking for the best phone on the market, the Motorola Droid has everything you need.

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Written by jackkensil1

May 22, 2010 at 11:09 pm

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