- CrackBerry Abuser
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blackberry OS and phones in general are the best
So I want to write this post for all of the blackberry user that are thinking about moving to another platform. I've had windows mobile phones, android and I phone... Nothing touches blackberry. I found myself getting bored with android. All the hoopla that is made of the apps market there are only a handful of apps that are usable on a daily basis. Another thing that sucks with android is waiting for a carrier to update the OS and for some phone owners that never happens... Which sucks! Finally the battery life of android phones are TERRIBLE! Let's move to windows shall we. My experience with a windows phone was brief and before the newly released windows 7 OS. I had the HTC HD2. Everything about the phone was great except the OS and apps market. I would rate windows app market as the dead last against the other markets. I think the I phone is very popular phone. Truthfully they have very few weaknesses. To me their OS still seems to lack some of the basic features like folders prior to the recently released IOS4. Blackbert to me has the best battery life of any smartphone on the market. I can get 2 full days on my blackberry with general use. The OS is so simple but yet so effective. I read a lot of reviews for the torch. Most of the reviewers said RIM didn't do enough to their OS to compete with other OS mainly android. I say if its not broken don't try to fix it. They updated the browser which was the main concern. To me that was the only thing they needed to address. Everything else is icing on the cake. So this is just my little two cents on the smartphone situation right now. One other thing I love about rim is... They are not releasing a new phone every month that makes their last phone obsolete. I hate the fact that I brought an android phone that at the time was the best on the market then 4 months later it was obsolete. So I'm back at blackberry here to tell you guys to hold on and be patient because blackberry is the best phones on the market and RIM is being patient and taking their time to make the most practical, easiest to use, and most affordable phones on the market.
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