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    1. 7100, 8100, 8110, 8220, 9000, IPhone(dont use it what so ever)
    2. Bold is on me 100% of the time IM
    3. very good IM capiablities
    4. Storm, Pre, always wanted to possibly try out a HTC Windows Mobile Phone
    5. I'd say the OS is the most important becuase with a good OS the phone can keep going on adding new features and such

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    1. 8130 Pearl
    2. IM and Email about equally
    3. Touch screen, WiFi compatibility, good gps, easy to use email, 3+mpixel camera WITH FLASH.
    4. HTC Pro, BB Bold, Iphone(if it was CDMA).. in that order
    5. The OS is the most important aspect of any smartphone? Agree, for sure. If the OS is not comfortable, pleasant on the eyes, and bug free then I will get fed up with it very fast.

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    1. I own 8110,8310,iPhone, treo 650
    2. web browsing, email, 3rd party apps ( in that order)
    3. good web browsing experience, easy to use
    4. 8900,9000, 16gb iphone
    5. agree 100%, if it's not running smooth and glitch free its definetly a headache.
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    1. Curve 8330
    2. Email-Texting-Media Player-Web Browsing-3rd Party Apps, & everything else it does!
    3. See #2 & more memory for apps or ability to store/run from card
    4. Bold>Curve 8900>Stay with my 8330
    5. Yes-the OS is the most important

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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 8830WE
    2 Email
    3 Push mail, Outlook compatibility, Multimedia
    4 Storm, Bold, None
    5 The OS is the make or break point of me buying that particular phone.
    Bad/Buggy OS...Not for me to buy! I update all the time. But to have a
    new release like the Storm, and that NEW OS so pitiful, I would of walked
    away from BB altogether.
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    Share with our community the following:

    1. BB 7130 8130 8830 9530, treo 650 700wx, xv6900(touch) xv 6700, omnia, i760, (if you are wondering, Yes I'm a data consultant)
    2. BB msg, opera mini browser, googlemaps, docs to go, pushed email, viigo, rhapsody
    3. Great battery life, OS, email, Must be a Blackberry( I don't care how many phones I have to demo.... I will always lead with a blackberry and end up with a blackberry
    4. Not sure, I own 3 storms What more does a girl need, oh wait I'll be getting a Niagara soon....Shhh, Possibly the touch pro although it feels like a brick it does have nice functionalities, and I'd try out the new treo that just to see how it works out, if I had to choose.
    5. I agree 100% BB, noone tops it smooth sailing, and if by chance their is a problem, pinstack always has an answer!!
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    1. 8330, 8320 and 8100
    2. email, BBM, podcasts, RSS feeds, browsing and phone
    3. in addition to the above, GPS/maps
    4. 8900, n97 or another 8330
    5. Agree. Without a stable OS the phone is worthless but, after that, it's a carrier signal.
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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) BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220
    2) E-mail, web, IM, music, maps/GPS
    3) Stability, functionality, and physical style (to the device)
    4) BlackBerry Curve 8900, BlackBerry Storm 9500, Google/HTC Magic
    5) The OS is important! A closed OS only benefits a few, but an OS that is too open can lead way to problems... A balance between both is something most smartphones should consider! Stability is of even higher importance, as well as functionality... What good is a smartphone if the OS crashes all the time or if it can do web apps perfectly, yet falls short on phone functions? On top of that, an open syncing standard should be imperative with how users of different phones also may be using different OS's!

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    1. 8320 Tmobile
    8900 Tmobile
    8130 Verizon
    2. The 8320 until i get the 8900 broke in Email, texting, IM, and web browsing
    3. Push email, web browsing, wifi
    4. Any new Blackberry
    5. Agree, OS deals with speed of phone, a buggy OS is a waste of money
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    1. 8100, 8120, 9000, now 8900
    2. love the bold's speed, but prefer uma as I am on tmo
    3. email most important, web then google apps
    4. efficient email delivery and docs to go make a winning combo for me
    5. a new phone should have 8900 features and 3g speed
    6. 150% agree OS very important
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    1.Curve 8330
    2.All of them 24/7
    3.the fone part LOL.password keeper is a lifesaver, memos & IMs
    4.Curve,Storm HTC touch
    5.Agree to a degree. It helps when u r running most applications...but it doesn't help if it can't support files u use the most (I work in wireless) lol
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    What smatphone(s) do you currently own?

    Blackberry Curve 8900, Tmobile G1

    Which do you use most? IM, email, 3rd party apps or web browsing?

    IM, EMAIL and some web browsing (pinstack.com cnn.com) as well as GPS (Telenav) and on my G1 I like trying out different 3rd party apps.

    What features do you require most out of a new smartphone?

    Good multitasking as well as the ability to be always connected on different networks all at the same time.

    If you had to buy a new smartphone today, what are the top 3 picks that you'd consider?

    Out of currently released smartphones : BB Curve 8900, Tmobile G1, SE Xperia x1a (with android mod although its not really that stable just yet).

    Out of upcoming smartphones : HTC Touch Pro 2, Nokia n97, Palm Pre (WebOS has me amazed), Android G2 - and to throw another one in there : Curve 8900 next gen (??) if ever there is one.

    The OS is the most important aspect of any smartphone? Agree/Disagree and why?

    I definitely agree with the above statement.
    Being the proud owner of both a Blackberry OS device as well as an Android OS device, I ask myself that same expansive question everyday.
    What do I like better ? The style and connectivity of my 8900 or the AMAZING Android OS.
    I found myself using my G1 over my 8900 a lot these past two weeks for the only reason that the open source OS never ceases to surprise me.
    Blackberrys are great devices but the OS is proprietary and limited (besides 3rd party apps) therefore what you buy is what you get.
    On top of that, RIM has been lacking in their software development and is releasing buggy and laggy OSs which demean the quality of said great devices.

    The HTC Touch G1 for example, is IMHO not a nice device (design-wise) with a weird shape and does NOT have the amazing build quality of say the Curve 8900.
    However, Android being Open Source, the OS never ceases to grow and gain new features.
    When you buy an Android device, you get a plain interface but if you dare touching the MarketPlace app, a WORLD of functionalities is offered to you (some as amazing as WikiTude, the Augmented Reality App see Here ).
    Now if you even gain root access to the device (Android being based on Linux) there's even MORE possibilities.

    So yes to me the OS is the single most important part of a device.
    Now a lot of people are more than happy with a device that does the job and looks good.
    I, personally, like having a device that is going to surprise me every time that I am bored and look into making it better.

    To me, the OS defines the Smartphone.
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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. Nokia E71, Nokia 6650, Blackberry Curve 8310, Palm Centro
    2. MS Exchange, Opera Mini
    3. GPS, 3G, QWERTY
    4. Nokia E71, Palm Pre, Nokia E90
    5. Agree. The OS dictates what you can and cannot do and depending on the OS sets the limits for that specific model.
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    I own the BlackBerry Curve 8320. I used to own the 8100 Pearl.

    I use my phone mostly for texting, mild phone calls, and I'm and all that good stuff.

    I love my blackberry. If I had to get a new one it would most likely be the Curve 8900
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    I own a 8320 curve OS 4.5.0.124,yep T-mobile,I'm into blackberries so any blackberry phone is good for me except for the storm (I hate touch screens) anyway,I e-mail spread sheets,faxing (beam berry a berry reader,radio on line (berry tunes and moodio) calendar,bb alarms,contacts,music,video (even full movies) I have plenty of documents in my berry from my resume to... Well you name it,check news (viigo) I have a bible in my berry,google talk,yahoo messenger,windows live messenger,and of course bb messenger,I have downloaded plenty of powerpoint slides for professional pourposes,what else do I want on my berry??? well once I'm a musician problably a music memo pad with music sheets to write down ideas on the go,something like 'music memo pad to go' for the proffessional musician! That's it.
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