- CrackBerry Genius of Geniuses
12-13-10, 04:43 PM #2
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Sure... In that persons opinion.
There's no "best" phone, only phones that are "best for you" it's all someones personal preference on what works best for them.
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- 12-13-10, 05:55 PM #3
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the battery life is a little lacking but not to bad compared to my blackbery 8530 i had, xbox-live im getting ready to buy a few games cant direct compare to iphone but there is allready a nice collection starting up but i havent got any yet,need for speed i downloaded the demo im going to get it,it looks and plays good
- 12-18-10, 03:30 PM #10
It is hard for many people to decide or even choose which phone is "best".
All the current crop of smartphones aree very, very good indeed. Next year there will be newer, faster hardware with better screens. These phones will be "better".
If you are not sure what to buy then go to several phone stores when they are quiet and ask to try them. Before you go, try to read a couple of reviews on the various phones. Engadget is a good place to start searching for those.
Lastly, most people have their own ideas and opinions as to what is "best". These opinions are sometimes based on knowledge, but often not.
You need to form your own opinion based on reading and trying. It really is the only what to avoid the "best" and to get "what is best for me, today".
- CrackBerry Master
12-20-10, 12:47 AM #11
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In my opinion, if you want a phone that has a great browser, won't drop calls, and is pretty powerful overall, a Win7 phone isn't a bad choice.
If you were never taught the value of a day's hard work or the value of a dollar, then get an iPhone.
If you really just need a communication platform that's highly reliable, BlackBerry all the way. Just remember that the BB is a business email platform first, and a toy phone.... fourth.
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I LOVE my BB, but of course, that is user preference.
When it comes to computers though, I would take Apple over Windows any day... my iMac runs flawlessly, while my dad's Dell (the most expensive desktop they make...) has problems almost daily (we have become good friends with our tech guy).