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    3. Exchange Email / Calendar / SMS (Threaded someday please!)
    4. Blackberry / Palm Pre / Iphone
    5. Agree, somewhat. The OS is the engine that drives the phone, however, efficent APPS are what creates a great smartphone. Ex. Palm's Calendar, Iphones threaded SMS and popup notifications, Blackberry's email.....

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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 Pearl 8120 and iPhone 2G
    2. SMS
    3. Qwerty/non-T9 keyboard, ease of use, design (software and hardware.)
    4. Blackberry 8900, Palm Pre, one of the new Asus/Acer phones
    5. Agree, having all the functions you need in a slick and nice designed package is what makes a phone good imo.

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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?


    I own the 8320 curve.

    I use the browser most often. No internet at home..so, I'm on my phone quite a bit.

    Features I require? Definately email and browser. MP3 is nice, too. I like not having to carry around my ipod.

    Top 3 picks? I love my berry. So, the Curve is on the top of my list. Next would come the Storm. I would love the touchscreen. And, lastly..the G1..my daughter has it and I must say that the browser/web experience is SO nice. But, battery life completely sucks. She has to charge it twice a day. I guess I got spoiled with my Curve. I only plug it in about twice a week. lol

    Last question..about the OS..I have to say I agree. I'm always anxiously awaiting the latest OS. Always hoping to find new features.
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    1. What smatphone(s) do you currently own?
    Curve 8320
    2. Which do you use most? IM, email, 3rd party apps or web browsing?
    e-mail and web browsing.
    3. What features do you require most out of a new smartphone?
    Screen size, available apps, qwerty keyboard.
    4. If you had to buy a new smartphone today, what are the top 3 picks that you'd consider?
    Bold, Storm or G-1.
    5. The OS is the most important aspect of any smartphone? Agree/Disagree and why?
    Agree, might as well carry a brick if the phone doesn't have a good OS.
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    Preferences

    1) 8900
    2)email,text,browser phone and 3rd party apps once i finalize the decision
    3)the enterprise solution which may actually be finally set up if my friggin IT group in Canada coordinates properly with the Phillipnes to get my Boston Based corporate server email to me in MN
    4)8900,iphone?possibly but eh at the same time,g1
    5) Hell Yeah and quite frankly it is self explanatory in my own humble opinion I would really like to see good cooperation b/w these and my 64 bit desktop there's always a glitch.

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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. Storm.
    2. I use email and Internet browsing. Occasional notetaking with Docs to Go.
    3. It needs to be a very good phone, as I live in an area with lots of marginal coverage. A world phone is also important as I have a son living in Germany. Beyond that, a decent browser and a good keyboard (I'm adjusting to the Storm which I generally like.
    4. The new Niagara on VZW looks impressive; maybe the Pre though I'm not moving to Sprint anytime soon.
    5. A stable OS is a wonderful thing.

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    I own a 8330
    Browsing, texting, email, IM
    What I started off needing and what I need now has changed as my phone has accustomed me to more. I need a detail oriented calender that I can sync with a mac, I need email and gps and web browsing. Media capabilities and im for fun!
    Bold storm
    The new os has enabled me to send mms!
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    1. I currently own the Pearl 8100 and the (Best Phone Ever) Javelin 8900

    2. Email, IM (BBM), some occasional web browsing.

    3. A phone that incorporates (what I feel is necessary) the latest technology (GPS, Wi-fi...3G? A good media player) Also, to be able to incorporate new genres (i.e. social networks) into a phone that's sexy sleek and functional and let's you stay in touch with friends and family.

    4. Top 3 Picks and not in order (I have the 8900 so that doesn't count): Nokia N97, BlackBerry Niagara 9630 and HTC Magic (G2??).

    5. I would disagree to an extent. I believe processor speed is more important. Without that, the most thought out and intuitive OS doesn't reach it's potential without the speed of that chip.
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    1. BB Storm, 8320, 8310, 8220, 8100, SGH OMNIA, ETEN DX800, V900, M600
    2. BB Storm email, IM, FaceBook, Web Browsing
    3. Wifi, Descent Camera, Touch (Capacitive) Capabilities, Lotsa applications, GPS
    4. OMNIA HD, BB 8900, Vodafone Magic (HTC Magic)
    5. I'm all the way with the opinion that OS is the Alpha and Omega
    It reflects the Ease of use, Speed of operations, Program support.
    You may have the bloody edge of technology packed up In a small yet elegant shiny and all bells and whistles device but when It comes to actual ability to get to use and benefit from all the packed goodies the OS could turn you off/let you down because of bugs, crashes, sluggishness, Inability to Introduce ground breaking/Innovative features (menu transition effects, ability to let user customize the looks and feeling of his device, Cut-copy-paste, zoom in out web pages/pictures with gestures, program manager, multitap etc etc etc)

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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?
    BlackBerry 8900 and 9530.
    I.M, Email, Phone, Media
    PUSH email, I.M clients
    Blackberry 8900/9000, G1 don't have a third one
    OS makes or breaks a smartphone IMO look at the storm.
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    What smatphone(s) do you currently own?
    The blackberry 8220,8320,8120,8100,T-Mobile MDA

    Which do you use most? IM, email, 3rd party apps or web browsing?
    I use them all evenly. I communicate a lot through IM services and
    twitter. I have a lot of use for 3rd party apps such as the pinstack app
    to post to blogs and follow the latest news. Other programs such as
    slacker to listen to music when I don't want to listen to whats on my
    memory card especially when I'm on long business trips. I would say that
    I'm a well rounded smartphone user. I use everything equally because I
    need access to everything for my life to function properly and easily.

    What features do you require most out of a new smartphone?
    I require a large internal memory, email capability, music player,
    calendar and address book

    If you had to buy a new smartphone today, what are the top 3 picks that
    you'd consider?
    My top 3 picks
    -Blackberry 8900
    -Blackberry 9500
    -HTC G1

    The OS is the most important aspect of any smartphone? Agree/Disagree
    and why?
    The OS is the most important aspect of any smartphone because tat OS
    determines a lot of your features or capabilities of the device.
    Determines html email, larger memory card support. The OS will determine
    the stability of the device and reliability of the device, with a poor
    OS and amazing hardware you really cripple yourself and the consumer.
    For example with the storm, All the issues with that device and it's OS
    has really crippled reviws of the storm, and in some eyes have crippled
    how RIM is looked at when it comes to some of their products.
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    1. What smatphone(s) do you currently own? Blackberry Curve 8330
    2. Which do you use most? IM, email, 3rd party apps or web browsing? Email and BBM, keeps me in touch with what's going on at work as well as my co-workers.
    3. What features do you require most out of a new smartphone? The ability to do most, if not all of the things I would be able to do at my PC. Alot of the times I'm not near my PC and I don't have a laptop so my smartphone is my best friend during those times.
    4. If you had to buy a new smartphone today, what are the top 3 picks that you'd consider? Blackberry Bold 9000 or a Blackberrry Curve 8900, I'm stuck on a Blackberry, I've used Windows based phones at work and do not like them at all, and I'm not going to start to talk about Palm.
    5. The OS is the most important aspect of any smartphone? Agree/Disagree and why? I whole-heartedly agree, without a good OS your smartphone would be a paper weight.

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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. 8330 Curve and 8130 Pearl

    2. In descending order: Web Browsing, Email, IM, Radio/Media, Phone, GPS, Games

    3. Decent browser, fast reliable email service, good call quality, then all the fun cool stuff like nice camera, decent media player

    4. I know it's a love/hate device, but I would love to get a Storm, the 8900 looks awesome too but right now I'm with Alltel/Verizon, and waiting to see what BB they get next. I also will be purchasing a windows mobile device soon for my son who absolutely hates his BlackBerry and wants a winmo device, right now he's looking at the HTC touch pro.

    5.Yes agreed 100%, all the bells and whistles in the world don't mean anything if they are buggy, slow, and otherwise unreliable.
    Twitter? My Apps List

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    1) I own a Blackberry Curve 8310 and a Blackberry Pearl 8100.

    2) I mainly use my Curve's (decending in the order from most to least used): browser, mail, BBM

    3) I mostly require my BB's browser (internet) and PinStack

    4)For a new smartphone I would consider the Blackberry Bold, an iPhone, and one of those "slider" smartphones

    5)I agree that the OS is mainly the most important part of any smartphone because it is the part of your mobile which decides what programs you'll be able to run on it. It also mainframes your smartphone's configuration
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