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    Storm2 vs Droid

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    I haven't seen any comparisons so far (probably too soon pre-release) but I'd love to hear your opinions on how they compare/contrast. With the Droid having Exchange support, it appears to be targeting business users that would typically go for the BB.

    So how do you think they will stack up side-by-side? Any Storm users thinking of trying out the Droid?

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    I think we will have to wait till everyone can get their hands on them and actually use them before knowing for sure. I'm impressed with the Droid specs and can't wait to use one. Android 2.0 looks nice.

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    I played with a co-workers G1 with the android software, it was pretty decent, nothing to what im used to on my iPhone or my friends BB Storm. But the OS looks good... of course the Verizon Driod will be different in some way.
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    Droid preview courtesy of BGR

    http://www.boygeniusreport.com/2009/...droid-preview/

    Now WHERE is the S2?

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    Users Manual for Droid, courtesy of Engadget:

    http://www.engadget.com/2009/10/29/m...-its-entirety/

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