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    1) Broken 8100. Currently using an 8310 (AT&T)
    2) All of the above...phone is last
    3) Email, IM, Camera wireless sync of contacts/calendar and the Web.
    4) Unfortunately I had to buy an 8310 this week due to my broken 8100...was waiting for the 89xx to pop up on AT&T as that is what I am looking for. My picks...89xx, 95xx or iPhone
    5) Agree...is the base of your you gui experience. Hence why the iPhone is so popular!

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    1. BlackBerry Pearl 8130
    2. IM (AIM and GChat), Email
    3. Push email, 3G
    4. BlackBerry Storm, Apple iPhone, BlackBerry Bold
    5. Agree. A good operating system will make bad hardware seem better than it is. A bad operating system will make the best hardware seem awful.

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    1: i own a G1, 8320 , and 8900
    2:email and 3rd party apps
    3:web browser and email clients
    4:a blackberry and android and maybe an iphone
    5:agree because with a good os your phone will live up to its full potential
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    1. BB 8310
    2. Mostly email, text and web browsing
    3. Push email
    4. Blackberry 8900, Blackberry Bold and probably an iPhone (no email push makes this kind of a deal breaker but if I have to choose 3)
    5. The OS is a VERY important aspect of the smartphone.. Was a total deal breaker when it came down to buying the Storm (plus the funky push screen didn't help.. good idea, bad execution)..

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    1. 8703e and 9530 Storm
    2. Web Browsing, SMS, Email, Phone
    3. Nice Web Browser, Good Speed, Reliable
    4. Bold, 8900, iPhone
    5. I agree because you want your phone to be stable. If you have a smartphone and it is constantly crashing on you or you have to constantly restart it then you can miss some important calls or emails that require immediately attention. I lot of people are complaining that the storm hasn't had a stable OS yet, but I think they are going in the right direction with the leak of all the betas.
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    1. bb curve
    2. calendar, contact, and phone
    3. organization tools
    4. curve 8900 for wifi and nice form factor, iphone for apps, pre for fun
    5. os is most important because you can always go touchscreen, full qwerty, half, slider, etc. But the system that manages everything is more powerful (but can be crippled) by its input device.

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    1. BB 8800 with a 4GB data card; before I had a 8700v, but suddenly the phone part stopped working.
    2. phone, email, internet, BB Messenger, music, videos, some game now a then.
    3. to have 3G / broadband, as well as Wifi
    4. BB Bold, Nokia with similar capabilities; a BB storm appeals also, but I am not sure if a vertual keyboard would suit me, because I email a lot form my BB
    5 I agreee abosolutely. Recently I upgraded from OS 4.2 to 4.5 and as a result the BB 8800 has become a different device
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    Quote Originally Posted by hayden View Post
    Share with our community the following:

    1. What smatphone(s) do you currently own?
    2. Which do you use most? IM, email, 3rd party apps or web browsing?
    3. What features do you require most out of a new smartphone?
    4. If you had to buy a new smartphone today, what are the top 3 picks that you'd consider?
    5. The OS is the most important aspect of any smartphone? Agree/Disagree and why?
    8100 and currently 8320, BBM, email, IM, GridMagic Pro for my work needs. If I was to go shopping right now I would be looking at Bold, Storm, and the 8900. OS is everything when it comes to the functionality of any device.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hayden View Post

    1. What smatphone(s) do you currently own?
    2. Which do you use most? IM, email, 3rd party apps or web browsing?
    3. What features do you require most out of a new smartphone?
    4. If you had to buy a new smartphone today, what are the top 3 picks that you'd consider?
    5. The OS is the most important aspect of any smartphone? Agree/Disagree and why?
    1. SideKick Color, SideKick 2, SideKick 3, BlackBerry 950, 7730, 7100t, 8100, 8120.

    2. Games, SMS, email, browsing, I.M. chatting.

    3. Durability, long battery life, portability.

    4. Treo Pro, Palm Centro, BlackBerry 8220 Flip, any new generation SideKick.

    5. Yes it is the most important feature. If I can't navigate a phone, I will return it. I had to return several devices due to defects but I have never purchased a phone in brand new condition only to find out I couldn't navigate it. I had 3 8100 Pearls back in 2007. The first 2 were fine until upgrading the OS caused the phones to crash (aka reset loops). I got so angry with my first 2 Pearls that when the third one came, I switched to a SideKick 3 until shortly before I bought my 8120 and haven't been happier except now I'm ready to try a different platform. Prior to that, I had 2 7105t's but the USB port broke on the first one and trackwheel broke on the second one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hayden View Post
    Share with our community the following:

    1. What smatphone(s) do you currently own?
    2. Which do you use most? IM, email, 3rd party apps or web browsing?
    3. What features do you require most out of a new smartphone?
    4. If you had to buy a new smartphone today, what are the top 3 picks that you'd consider?
    5. The OS is the most important aspect of any smartphone? Agree/Disagree and why?
    1) 8320, iPhone 3G, Centro
    2) Email is the most used on the BlackBerry, on iPhone 3G it's 3rd part apps and Centro just sits there
    3) Easy of use, great design, stability.
    4)8900, Bold, Treo Pro
    5)I agree the OS is the most important part of the phone. Since a phone is something that needs to accomplish tasks quickly and fast, and yet look appealing, it needs to perform the best it can and be intuitive for on-the-go functionality.

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    1. 8310
    2. Email, Pinstack, Google Search, Berry411, task management/contacts/calendar
    3. Reliable, fast (WM is neither of these), good email solution, GPS/WIFI options
    4. 8900, 9500, and the G1(just curious about Android)
    5. 100% agree...who cares about the bells and whistles if the OS is slow, unreliable, and not user friendly.
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    1. BB Bold
    2. e-mail, calendar, tasks, browsing,
    3. speed and reliability
    4. Bold, Storm, 8900 (but wouldn't like to go without 3G having tried it)
    5. Had many and yes it is, iphone/BB/WM, lagging and usability make them tiresome and ejected as soon as something better arises

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    1 8700g, 8100, 8800, 8820, 8900
    2. email, web browsing, 3rd party apps and IM's
    3. WiFi, cause where i work and where I live my phone is always on wifi.
    4. 8820, Bold 9000 and if I had to get a Touch screen 9530 Storm (I am not a fan of Touch Screen.
    5. Just like your PC and any machining out there you need some kind of OS for the Machine to understand what you want it to do.

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    1. 8900, XV6800, 700P treo, and a 8320
    2. Web Browsing
    3. Speed and easy to use
    4. 8900, 9530 (Unlocked), Treo Pre
    5. Agree, a dumb or smartphone with an out of date OS kills the experience with the device
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    1. T-Mobile G1 (Jailbroken), Blackberry 8100
    2. I use my G1 the most for everything. i never use my BB8100 anymore.
    3. GOOD BROWSER, good email, app store
    4. G1 again, Maybe unlocked iPhone 3G, or Blackberry Curve 8900.
    5. Yes. It defines how applications should work, and the flexibility of their potential.

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