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Menno

May 12, 2010, 9:28 AM

Should be interesting

I would wait on some full on reviews about the phone before passing judgment, but from your hands on it seems like it might be a decent "Me Too" android phone (aka, an entry level one.. because even if it's only an extra $100 to get the prime lineup, for some people that's too much.)

So on the low end Verizon will have the Ally (Stock android), Devour (MOTOBLUR), and the Droid Eris (Sense, until it is sold out)

Of the three, only Devour is running old software now.

Only downside for reps (IMO) is that It's going to be even harder to position the KIN now I think. That, and hopefully the battery on this one will be secure, unlike the Touch
Why do you think the Ally is a low end Android smartphone? It seems very well-specced to me.

And what do you mean by hopefully the battery is secure unlike the Touch? Are you referring to the LG EnV Touch? What was unsecure about it? Would it fall ...
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It seems to me like this thing beats the Motorola Droid in every category except 1/2 an inch on the screen size and a couple MP on the camera, all for half the price.

I just might get the wife and me a pair of these a few months from now if they do...
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ajac09

May 11, 2010, 7:04 PM

NOT the aloha

HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAH more like the retard aloha
seriously. not interested anymore. and the enV touch is from last year, NOT several years ago lol
Wasn't the Aloha an LG flip phone from Virgin Mobile? How does that even make sense in a review about a touch screen slider?
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andy2373

May 12, 2010, 1:13 PM

What about...

When using the physical keyboard does the word prediction work?
Unlike the Motorola Droid, where the text prediction only works with the virtual keyboard.
A lot of custom keyboards allow you to turn on work prediction for the physical keyboard.
muchdrama

May 12, 2010, 12:16 AM

That...

...was one uninformed rep. lol
 
 
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