Motorola Droid trumps iPhone 3GS
5mp camera + flash = Droid ftw
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I upgraded to the Motorola Droid about a week ago and sometimes I use it over my desktop computer, just because it’s a more exciting, hands on way of connecting. It has a “duel core processor” for mobile phones, lol. No lie. And like I said above a 5.0 mega pixel flash camera that takes still shots and video. The Droid comes with a 16 megabyte micro sd card which allows for video capture for up to thirty minutes at a time. Ohh and Google Voice (free domestic calls and texting and the quality on a GVoice call is better in my opinion than that of Verizon‘s).
So yea Droid wins. I’m going to do a video review on it soon. What’s interesting though is that as stated in the November 19th Chromium Open Source Announcement, Google will not be developing so that Android apps can run on Google Chrome OS: “Will Android apps run on Chrome OS, the answer is application in Chrome OS is a web application. Adnroid apps as here today will not run on Chrome OS” – Sundar Pichai. This means it would be up to the open source development community to create a Chrome OS that supports Android apps. Assuming that we want Android apps on our computers. “Steve Jobs said the same thing when he first launched the iPhone: ‘You can launch any app on this that you want as long as it works in the browser’ Your going to get an incredible amount of pressure very quickly starting right now to have Android-like apps working on this(Chrome OS)” – Mike (asked that question at the November 19th 2009 Google Chrome OS Open Source Announcement). I’m also going to be giving away my T-Mobile G1 through this website. Not sure as to the mechanics of how I am, but I am. I’ll probably do a video review with it before I depart from it and from that video you’ll see how gentle I treat my devices (I polish the screens. Wax on, wax off.)
That’s all for now, but remember: DO NOT UPGRADE YOUR PHONE TO ANYTHING LESS THAN A ANDROID OS PHONE, or else your just paying for a chunk of plastic that makes mono quality tooting noises when your friends text you.
Peace & Love,
Michael D. Mooring
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