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Mogul VS Touch

xjetblackxheartx

Nov 15, 2007, 6:25 PM
I'm trying to decide if it'd be worth it to change from the Mogul to the Touch. For those of you who have had both, what do you think? I don't care much about form factor. I do care about ease of texting. I text A LOT. Is it really that hard to text on the Touch? I know there are 3rd party downloads for them, I'm using the SPB one on my Mogul.
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sprint_2007

Nov 15, 2007, 7:46 PM
Hey I'm a Marketing Sales Rep for Sprint, and they have the Touch here to explain to customers about the phone, or just for us to play around with. I personally have the Mogul, and since I'm always playing with the phones here, I would personally recommend the Mogul. It feels too weird texting on a Virtual keyboard, kinda like texting on a screen on your TV. Since you DO text a lot, (Like me ๐Ÿ˜› ) the screen smudges alot with my fingers on the Touch. The Mogul is the way to go! Plus, you can download the TouchFlo onto the Mogul just like the Touch! I have it on my phone right now, my whole life ive been texting with a physical keyboard and it was a good relief going from the ol' T9 text to this full physical keyboard on the Mougl. I've playe...
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Sprint Touch

Nov 15, 2007, 10:52 PM
yeah i have the touch had the treo im a heavy text and im still trying to get used to it I've downloaded the iphone keyboard for it and in landscape mode its not bad. im actually using it now but the touch is for style not texting
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stephenl65

Nov 16, 2007, 7:13 AM
I have the Touch and text about 4000 text messages a month and the first day I got the touch which was November 2nd it took about 20 minutes for me to get use to the default touch keyboard. I have not stopped texting since and have had no problem. The Touch is a great phone.
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damonwest78

Nov 16, 2007, 5:51 PM
Is it me ,Or do it seem like all the sprint love whent stright to the Touch,the dont even Advertise the mogul,the only reason i knoew abouty the phone is because it's the upgrade to the 6700,But i guess they fell they got a iphone b-alike on their midst & now the mougl is pushed to the back ๐Ÿ‘ฟ




Where's the Love ๐Ÿ˜ข
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sprint_2007

Nov 16, 2007, 6:47 PM
...It HAS been half a year since it was introduced bro. Maybe thats why? ๐Ÿคจ
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damonwest78

Nov 17, 2007, 1:18 AM
but this phone came like right before the iphone right? it just came out like june but still no promo on this phone reguardless, Don't get me wrong they made major improvement over the gms model but I love the mogul better.they promoted the touch better,hell half the stuff sprint say the mogul can do..the apps aren't even built for it...im just saying that's all ๐Ÿคจ
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geoiii

Nov 17, 2007, 10:03 PM
the Mogul has been aggressively advertised and promoted in the Wall Street Journal- as far as the Touch there is something about the design that is a marketing hit...not necessarily better than the Mogul because as of October 31 HTC has sold on the CDMA and GSM models over 1.5 million units and expect to hit 3 million.
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geoiii

Nov 17, 2007, 10:05 PM
the Mogul has been aggressively advertised and promoted in the Wall Street Journal- as far as the Touch there is something about the design that is a marketing hit...not necessarily better than the Mogul because as of October 31 HTC has sold on the CDMA and GSM models over 1.5 million units and expect to hit 3 million.
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Billiken

Nov 18, 2007, 6:07 PM
If you download the Spb Full Screen Keyboard, I think you will find that texting is pretty decent. I almost returned by Touch until I stumbled on the Spb download. Now, it is no problem. Why HTC didn't include something like this is just plain STUPID!
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