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Top message:  Moto Devour, Moto Droid, and HTC Droid Eris! by jaydenrobins08   Feb 26, 2010, 4:34 PM

Replying to:  Re: Moto Devour, Moto Droid, and HTC Droid Eris! by petlover1   Feb 26, 2010, 11:42 PM

Re: Moto Devour, Moto Droid, and HTC Droid Eris!

by mellowlen62    Feb 27, 2010, 8:52 AM

Google Motoblur v. Sense UI for some opinions and direction. It's helpful. They are both interfaces (Moto v. HTC) used on Android phones. They make the stock Android smoother and easier to use. I don't know much about Motoblur, but it seems to be more appealing to people who use their phones for mostly social networking, etc. I use my phone for almost everything and I love Sense. Unlike UIs that control you, you control the UI, and make it do whatever you want (to a point-there are just a few things HTC doesn't let you get rid of). HTC has their own widgets in addition to Android's. As to sensitivity, I think the HTC is almost too sensitive rather than not enough. But hitting a key I don't want does not put me over the edge, haha. The HTC keyboard is imho much better than the Droid's, once you get used to it (and I came from Palms and BBs) it's phenomenal. It almost always knows what I meant to type. People complain about a lag, but honestly, iphones lag, I think all smartphones lag to some degree. Answering calls is just a swipe of the screen to unlock - that's it. I have never missed a call unless I left vibrate or silent on and didn't hear or feel it. The vibe seems quiet and soft but if the phone is near me, I don't miss calls. Sorry to be long, hope that helps...

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