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    1. What smatphone(s) do you currently own? I own a BlackBerry 8900 and a BlackBerry 8120
    2. Which do you use most? IM, email, 3rd party apps or web browsing? All of the above! Its my own little computer
    3. What features do you require most out of a new smartphone? Processing speed and screen resolution and that it has wi-fi!
    4. If you had to buy a new smartphone today, what are the top 3 picks that you'd consider? BlackBerry Bold, BlackBerry Storm and maybe a Nokia
    5. The OS is the most important aspect of any smartphone? Agree/Disagree and why? I agree- if the OS is buggy and laggy, it will limit what i can do with the phone
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    Device: HTC Vision (T-Mobile G2)
    Device: BlackBerry (9700, 8900,8320,8120,8100)

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    1. What smatphone(s) do you currently own? Blackberry Bold and 8900
    2. Which do you use most? IM, email, 3rd party apps or web browsing? I use emails, and text the most. I have about 4 email addresses; plus need to stay on top of the work emails. Very political things go down.
    3. What features do you require most out of a new smartphone?The features I require the most is the ability to download and view documents, edit them, save them, then email them. I am well found of the speed it takes to get this stuff done.
    4. If you had to buy a new smartphone today, what are the top 3 picks that you'd consider? 1. The Samsung Omnia 2 HD; 2. the 1ghz Toshiba phone; 3. The next gen touchscreen Blackberry
    5. The OS is the most important aspect of any smartphone? Agree/Disagree and why? I Agree. Because the OS allows you to change and add apps, add new feature to your phone, most importantly; gives you control of your phone. One more thing; without an OS, it wouldn't be a smartphone.
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    8130 3rd pary apps storm 8900 bold os wit lots of memory.stability
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    1) bold, att 8525
    2) email then web then messaging then 3rd party
    3) tactile feedback from keyboard, good build quality
    4) bold, storm, 8900
    5) disagree. how well the hardware works with the OS is the most important. the outsourcing of individual components in a smart phone may yield different results with the same OS. smartphone manufacturers need to make their own hardware and software so it works like an Apple.

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    1: Curve 8900, Curve 8320, kickstart 8210
    2. Email > rest
    3. Email
    4. Curve 8900, Bold 9000, Storm 9530
    5. I agree because this is my bread and butter. Without this solid build I would have nothing

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    1. 8990, 8320
    2. Email, web browsing & Berry 411
    3. Perforamnce, Reliability & Durability
    4. Durability, Features & Compatibility
    5. I agree because if the OS is not stable enough to handle the programs and features that the phone is capable of, the user will not be happy with the end result. (e.g., Apple OSX vs Windows Vista)

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    1. BB 8830
    2. Email
    3. Email, Web Browsing.
    4. Ease of user; Email; Speed
    5. Agree. It opens the door to 3rd party apps.

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    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 8320
    2. E-mail the most, but web browsing and third party apps are almost as important
    3. Ability to link with outlook (for work), camera, browser, QWERTY keyboard, wifi, spped of browser, ability to run apps, docs to go or equivalent. etc
    4. Storm, iphone, or Android G1. Not because they're touch screen, but because the browsers are so much better than the Curve...I get really annoyed sometimes.
    5. Agree 100%. I wish I could run the iphone's OS on my BB.
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    1) used 8310 for a long time. Currently own a 8700r.very reliable blackberry.
    2)I use IM and email a lot also 3rd party apps I love viigo.
    3)The features I love most are browsing and using BES service I'm always connected to my work wherever I go.I love detailed logs and detailed information in my phones.
    4)Bb bold,iphone,8700 which I have already
    5)Agree. The OS basically is the most important part of the smart phone. Bad OS and the ppl will curse the phone.reliabilty and durabilty is what I go for. And rugedness especially when I go for hunting. I don't want a phone with a bad OS that breaks down in the middle of nowhere. Peace...
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    1. BB bold
    2. Email
    3. Universal compatibility (or close to it)
    4. BB Bold, BB Bold, BB Magnum (if its anything like the rumors)
    5. Definately agree... Its what ties everything together and makes it work the way I like it to...
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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 Bold
    2. All of the above
    3. Must be a blackberry!!! ;-)
    4. Blackberry Bold, Blackberry Bold, Blackberry Bold
    5. Disagree, I think the features of the phone and what it is capable of are the most important.

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    What smatphone(s) do you currently own?
    1. Which do you use most? IM, email, 3rd party apps or web browsing?
    2. What features do you require most out of a new smartphone?
    3. If you had to buy a new smartphone today, what are the top 3 picks that you'd consider?
    4. The OS is the most important aspect of any smartphone? Agree/Disagree and why?
    Currently: Curve 8900

    1. Weekdays EMail then IM. On the weekends IM then email.
    2. Reliable, ease of use, full keyboard and a good phone
    3. Curve 8900, Curve 8320, G1/2
    4. I agree. I had a Windows Mobile phone and I couldn't rely on it and found it clunky to use. The BB OS is very user friendly and functional. It is also much more stable than the Win Mo OS was. I use apps but if the underlying OS isn't good the phone is miserable to use.

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    Share with our community the following:

    1. What smatphone(s) do you currently own? BB 9530 & BB 8320.
    2. Which do you use most? IM, email, 3rd party apps or web browsing? Texting, Web Browsing, Email, Games, Music.
    3. What features do you require most out of a new smartphone? Web Browsing, App store, and also a reliable OS.
    4. If you had to buy a new smartphone today, what are the top 3 picks that you'd consider? BB 9500, BB 8900 or maybe a Android based smart phone.
    5. The OS is the most important aspect of any smartphone? Agree/Disagree and why? Agree - The OS is the most important aspect, because with out the OS what do you have but a paper weight which is not good.

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    8330,8130 and HTC 6800
    IM,Text,MMS,Browsing and Email
    Text,Email,GPS and browsing
    G1, Storm and iPhone
    Agree - Without a stable OS the devices are useless!

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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?
    - 9000, 8310
    - 9000 for all day use. 8310 as backup.
    - Usability. That's why I like my BBs
    - 8900, 8220 and at least a G1 as an 'exotic' phone
    - Full Ack! That's why I stay with the Berry. You know what you'll get. Ok, sometimes you have to setup the device every week when RIM releases a new OS but that's a proof that they listen and learn from the users.

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