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    1. Blackberry Storm (Personal Phone), Blackberry Curve 8330 (Work Phone), Cordless Phone (House Phone)
    2. I use everything quite equally.. i text, email, dont use it too much for mp3 or pictures as i have a nice slr camera and two ipods
    3. Ease of use, reliability, the lastest in technological features
    4. Blackberry curve 8330, Storm if they got the bugs all fixed
    5. The OS is the most important aspect of any smartphone? Agree because if its not a stable os then none of the other programs/ features matter. An item is only as strong as its weakest point.

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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) BB 8310
    2) Email
    3) Excellent radio reception, AT LEAST one full day of battery life and preferably two, wifi
    4) BB Curve, Bold and N97
    5)Agree, I feel as though it's the life of the phone; sure you can hack and add all kind of apps, but in my opinion, it's what's going on in the background that makes all of the difference in a device
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    1. Bold 9000, Pearl 8130 (non-functional) - (and work provides a Treo 800w)
    2. Probably web browsing with email and 3rd party apps tied for a close 2nd
    3. Stability (it's a phone after all)
    4. Bold 9000, Curve 8900, Curve 8330 (if I went back to Verizon)
    5. Agree. Because it's what makes the phone stable/unstable and usable/useless.
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    1. BlackBerry 8330
    2. Email, text, I'm, then phone, in that order.
    3. Needs: push email, gps, great web browsing, and everything I need on the PC.
    4. BlackBerry storm, that omnia-esk phone in development, and/or the BlackBerry bold. No order
    5. OSs are the most important. Smooth fluid operation is key.
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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. Curve 8900, GF uses my old Pearl 8100
    2. Tethering, email, SMS, IM, then phone
    3. Speed, gps, push email, stylish, and good web browsing
    4. Blackberry Bold, Storm, or another Curve 8900
    5. OS is the most important part of the phone, with out a good OS the phone is worthless.
    Last edited by Dabbill; 02-27-2009 at 06:59 PM.

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    1: 9000
    2: Email,BB Messenger, Document Editing
    3: Email and Web Browsing
    4: 9995 - It's not even in development yet, but by the time it is there should be a decent OS available
    5: For sure the OS

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    1. 8310 - 2nd gen Curve - Prowler Colorware Housing
    2. Email, Web browsing, IM
    3. Email, Web, Browsing, IM
    4. BlackBerry 8900, BlackBerry Bold, wait for Gemini
    5. Yes I fully agree the OS is the most important aspect of any smartphone.
    This is because of the many features within the OS that can be updated by OS update releases.

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    1. 9530
    2. Email
    3. Push email, real web, office editing, multimedia functions
    4. 8900, 9500, 9520
    5. Agree. Without a stable, functional os the phone is useless
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    [FONT=Arial][FONT=Arial][FONT=Courier New][FONT=Courier New]What smatphone(s) do you currently own?
    I currently own and use My Sprint 8330 Curve. I still have my Sprint 8130 that I started out with but only had form 1.5 months and had to have the Curve.
    Which do you use most? IM, email, 3rd party apps or web browsing?
    I email all the time. It is the easiest was to communicate with my wife at work. BB web browser most of the time but I use Opera mini for certain websites that do not cooperate with the BB browser. Google Maps (I am a Police officer) to locate a address that I may not be familiar with right off the top of my head.
    What features do you require most out of a new smartphone?
    Everything that the BB has to offer. I was a Treo user which I really liked but it just wasn’t a stable smartphone.
    If you had to buy a new smartphone today, what are the top 3 picks that you'd consider?
    Well I really like my BB. But I must say I am very interested in the Palm Pre. Also I would consider the Bold for Sprint or whatever they are gonna call it. One of these two phones will take the Place of my 8330 Curve.
    The OS is the most important aspect of any smartphone? Agree/Disagree and why?
    I think the OS is by far the most important aspect of a smartphone. You can have an awesome phone but if the OS lacks then the phone is going to be an expensive paperweight or a fancy looking smartphone that lacks functionality that one requires in a smartphone.
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    1. Blackberry Bold, Blackberry 7290, HTC 8525, Palm Treo 650
    2. Pepid (Medical), ePocrates, BeeJive, MMS and email
    3. STABILITY STABILITY STABILITY. I want it to work when I pick it up. :-)
    4. Blackberry Curve, Palm Centro and Blackberry 8900
    5. The OS is the most important aspect of any smartphone? Agree. It drives stability and battery life...the most important things to me, especially when working a 24 or 48 hour shift.
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    1. Blackberry Curve 8310
    2. email, sms/mms, msn messenger,bb messenger, amAze GPS (I use this hardcore), a variety of 3rd party apps and Opera mini (improve your browser RIM, seriously...it's trash. MHO.
    3. A great browser and a vast onboard memory space and of course a very reliable OS (you're becoming the next Palm, RIM. Get it together.) MHO
    4. HTC Touch Pro 2/Iphone 3/ G2
    5. 1000000000000000000000% Agree
    What's the matter? CIA's got you pushing too many pencils?

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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. Curve 8310
    2. 1. E-Mail, 2a. BB Messenger 2b. Web Browsing
    3. Blackberry with Flash Player
    4. Bold and nothing else.
    5. No. It doesn't matter what OS is on the device as long as it's stable and supports all the standard features.
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    1. I own (4) Curve's 8330
    2. BB Messenger, E-Mail, sms, mms, Browser
    3. Flashplayer, quicktime, more speed, extra memory
    4. Bold, Niagra, Storm
    5. Agree, Any OS can cripple a good smartphone. The OS has to be versatile and very flexible. Maybe it can be open source and let smart people at there little pieces to make one great piece.
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    What smatphone(s) do you currently own?
    - 7130e, Javalin (8900)

    Which do you use most? IM, email, 3rd party apps or web browsing?
    Lots of Blackberry Messenger, emails, and 3rd Party Apps. Usage is about even for all three.

    What features do you require most out of a new smartphone?
    - looks and feels good in my hand, full keyboard preferred, customizable

    If you had to buy a new smartphone today, what are the top 3 picks that you'd consider?
    - my 8900 - love this device and would never trade it for anything unless a better Blackberry came out
    - I would consider the HP 910c, Bold, and maybe the storm.

    The OS is the most important aspect of any smartphone? Agree/Disagree and why?
    OS is always important - reliablity, no freezing, customizable, easy to use interface
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    1. BlackBerry Pearl 8130
    2. Tie between Email and 3rd party apps
    3. Easy to type quick SMS messages, convenient shortcut buttons, customizable interface.
    4. iPhone (it has a GREAT browser), BlackBerry, HTC Touch something
    5. Yes. Good OS allows for users to make good apps and ultimately defines the ease and usability of the device. The iPhone has a VERY good, smooth, and well thought out OS.
    BB Wishlist:
    -Gmail BIS integration with an effective 2-way read/unread sync solution.
    -More capable integrated alarm.

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