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Blackberry 9650 or Droid Incredible?


Jun 10, 2010, 4:02 PM
I am thinking of upgrading to the Blackberry 9650. Went to the Verizon store to see if it was available at store and no luck. I played around with the Droid Incredible and was very impressed. It is just like the iPhone, except super fast. Very easy to use interface and everything is lightning fast. Even web surfing was much faster than my Curve.

Two things concern me about the Incredible. Everyone keeps saying battery life is horrible to the point where you may need to charge multiple times a day. If that is in fact the case it is no-go.

The second concern is, although it works great, the build quality did not appear to be as solid as the Blackberry or the iPhone.

What are your thoughts?

Jun 10, 2010, 5:55 PM
Had the Incredible one week and went back to my Blackberry Curve. I use the BB primarily for business e-mail and phone calls.
The Droid had to be charged at least once during the day.....sometimes twice.BB lasts almost 2 full days. I also found it very difficult to type on the Droid.
Don't get me wrong...Incredible is a great phone with phenomenal features but just not for me.
Also, the call quality was no where near as good as the BB.
Next up the 9650 Smile

Jun 11, 2010, 3:33 PM
Well I went from a blackberry to the Droid. Incredible was not out at the time for me. I was a long time user of BB's. I love the email but other wise it was slow to do anything else. Typing on the droid has been a challenge butgets better. It is so fast for stuff it is amazing. You really would need to try one out for more than a few hours. If you get one some one for sure would buy it off you at more than you paid to get the Incredible since they are backordered for ever.

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