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Replying to:  I'm not trying incite a riot but... by dirtyjerzy   Aug 11, 2010, 11:59 AM

Re: I'm not trying incite a riot but...

by johnnj2003    Aug 12, 2010, 11:12 AM

I can tell you easily what Android offers that
WebOs does not.

WebOs exists only on the phones its currently on, and nobody is putting out any flagship hardware with that OS on it anymore.

Which is all a shame, but they had extensive hardware problems on the Pre, and took 1 year too long to get it to market.
And lets face it, nobody wants a Pixi.

Android on the other hand suffers a lot from fragmentation right now.
Motorola overlays BLUR on their devices
and HTC overlays SENSE on their devices.

Giving users a different experience, when they all believe they bought an Android phone.
They did, but they each get a different interface.

Supposedly Gingerbread is going to remedy all that and everyone running android will see the same basic thing. which makes life much easier for programmers and users alike.

Basically the G1, Droid 1 and Nexus 1 were the only Pure Android OS phones that came out.

Android and Apple better both watch their butts because windows phone 7 is looking to be pretty good from all the video I have seen.
Blackberry, really needs to start putting out faster CPU phones. They had a lot of balls to introduce that AT&T Torch slider, and then put in a 624mhz cpu in it, WTF? in an age when everything else has a 1ghz CPU or better.

This is not 2007 its 2010.
RIM needs to get with the present.
If not for their corporate users they would have gone belly up already.
They are a corporate device that is attempting to appeal to the regular market, and its not exactly going to keep them in business long when they keep doing stupid things.

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