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    The "G1" phone

    CorsePerVita
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    Post by CorsePerVita on Thu Dec 18, 2008 2:08 am

    Am totally diggin this phone! has tons of stuff on it that it comes with and the android market makes it so you can download programs that let you turn the phone into almost whatever you want. Most of them are all FREE!

    It's insanely comparable to an iPhone except that you don't have to buy EVERY waking thing from apple.... and it's open source. OPEN SOURCE!

    Very stable, very reliable thus far, runs smoothy, doesn't slow down when i multitask. It is quite a feat. Not really phones anymore, i'd say "Mini computer that happens to be able to make calls..."

    Love it!

    So far mine has been programmed to:

    - keep tabs on stocks
    - have the barcode scanner (so i can compare prices with local stores when i shop and online)
    - have a barhelper program (i can have mixed drink recipes)
    - weather channel
    - customized the main screen for all contact tools (email, messaging, contacts, gmail, google maps, etc)
    - other tab geared for google maps...

    It has gps which is WICKED and very accurate.

    I am thoroughly impressed. The touch screen isn't too touchy, and isn't too stiff, easy to use, and amazingly well engineered.

    A+++++++++ in my book.
    whodamawhatcha
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    Post by whodamawhatcha on Thu Dec 18, 2008 8:45 am

    I hope you got a good plan with it, a lot of that stuff could nickel and dime you to death until you get that 30 page phone bill from all the cool stuff you found!

    Remember when the I-phone first came out and people were getting $2000+ phone bills the first months?

    OUCH!

    I just use my phone for text and calls mostly, I'm not in a business where I "HAVE" to stay connected through emails and stocks thankfully!
    T.Province
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    Post by T.Province on Thu Dec 18, 2008 10:52 am

    I don't even text on cell phones...O.o Danged new fangled technology.
    CorsePerVita
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    Post by CorsePerVita on Sat Dec 27, 2008 2:45 am

    whodamawhatcha wrote:I hope you got a good plan with it, a lot of that stuff could nickel and dime you to death until you get that 30 page phone bill from all the cool stuff you found!

    Remember when the I-phone first came out and people were getting $2000+ phone bills the first months?

    OUCH!

    I just use my phone for text and calls mostly, I'm not in a business where I "HAVE" to stay connected through emails and stocks thankfully!

    unlimited data plan, not a problem.

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