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Old 01-01-2009, 07:50 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Storm has no Wifi which is a bit stupid as it's obviously an iPhone wanna-be!
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As everyone can tell from my signature, I go through a lot of cell phones. I've had a great many before I even started on the first pearl that I owned.

I've had the storm for 40 hours, and I love it. When I first got it, I was like "WHAT THE HELL" to the keyboard. It was unnatural and I felt like I was going to break the damn thing. Some people say that it's not durable. I can't say from experience that it is or it isn't, as it's a new device, but I don't see it just stopping. The battery life on this current version is actually pretty stable. It's been off the hook for 6 hours, and I texted via BBM for about an hour. I always leave AIM & MSN on.

Typing: I'm getting used to it. you can put a piece of paper behind the screen, and change the screws, and I know most people think "I shouldn't have to do that." Well, most WinMo users spends DAYS customizing their phones.

I liked the bold, but honestly I like the large screen.

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