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which to buy

Rdw32

Sep 30, 2010, 10:08 PM
which phone to buy droid x or samsung fasinate which is better
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BHabelitz4GWireless

Oct 10, 2010, 1:56 PM
"Better" is objective, it's a matter of reputation with your preferred manufacturer.

Motorola in particular has a very durable physical body, which does add some weight and mass to the phone, but you can rest assured knowing if you dropped it out of your purse or pocket, it wont shatter like other phones will.

Samsung Fascinate is just as fast if not faster, screen is wider (4.3) and the dynamics of touch sensitivity are pretty impressive. A downside is that its body mass, if dropped from more than a few feet, may not be able to withstand the fall as good as the DROIDX.

It also, unlike the DROID X, has a 6 Axis Accelerometer, meaning if you hold it up to the sky to use the Constellation App that all droids have, you can even hold i...
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FknTwizted

Oct 15, 2010, 2:34 PM
yeah, the Dx is a Juggernaut of a phone especially when it comes to doing multimedia stuff. to correct one thin above is the Samsung has a 4" not a 4.3" like the Dx, but he is right on the screen and being better for gaming because of the 6 axis... also to boot the samsung uses the hummingbird processor which runs cooler then the others and doesn't require a physical fan to keep it cool. the Dx is huge on camera, video (720P) it also has a HDMI output that you can connect to a tv, also has DLNA which allows to you use a wifi set up to portray onto a another device that supports DLNA ie PS3 and Xbox360, 3 mics, hope this helps with your decision
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ImScott

Dec 5, 2010, 5:16 PM
Good info...any thoughts on the X vs Pro 2 Global? I don't really need the "global" part but I do know it's a faster processor. I was thinking about the Fascinate but it seems like for all of it's pluses there's a few minus'. My uses are primarily those of a business person (currently have the BB Storm). Of course I could always wait for the LTE phones to hit but that's another decision for another day. Thx!
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runnman

Dec 7, 2010, 6:31 PM
I like my Droid X.
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anjaleenarobert

Oct 5, 2012, 11:52 AM
Here I would like to add that before purchasing any used mobile you must check a survey report for smartphone's price . In my opinion http://movaluate.com is the best to check any smartphone current market value .
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