|Not often mentioned
||[Nov. 24th, 2009|06:26 pm]
I’m likely to enter the smartphone bearing population in the next few months. I really want to like the Droid. I don’t like AT&T, I do like the open nature of Android. I do like a physical keyboard and a large screen. I don’t like some of the App Store policies. I do like flash. I do like Apple’s integration capabilities.
Still, there’s the whole application ecosystem thing. That’s awfully big.
Sadly, neither of them come with sufficient storage. The first one to hit the 64gb mark is likely to win me over. That’s because I want a smartphone that will replace my existing phone and my existing iPod, and I carry a lot of music on my iPod. Even at 64gb I wouldn’t be able to carry all my music, but It’d be enough that I could comfortably pare down what I do carry without too much loss. Currently though, both seem to top out at 32gb… grrr. So I am likely to wait.
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