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SOFTWARE KILLER?? Verizon’s new Droid phone is now available.

SOFTWARE KILLER?? Verizon’s new Droid phone is now available.
One of the major selling points of the Droid is that it has a physical
keyboard. If you hold the phone horizontally in your hands you can use your
thumbs to slide up the screen and reveal a decent-sized keyboard.
The keyboard is decent, but I found the keys to be a bit too flat and my
speed was much slower than typing on the virtual keyboard of either the
iPhone or any Android device.
The D-Pad next to the keyboard works well, but it feels a bit too
utilitarian for someone who has spent three years pinching and zooming on a
touch-screen.
The hardware is nice, but the Android 2.0 software powering the Droid is
what I am most interested in.
The second generation of Google’s smartphone is leaps and bounds better
than its predecessor. It offers new features such as voice search that
allows you to say what you’re looking for while the phone scours your apps,
contacts, music and the Web for matching results.
The banner feature, built-in, turn-by-turn navigation powered by Google
Maps, is free. I didn’t get a chance to test it in the field, but the
reviews online have been positive — a sure sign that you eventually can
ditch your TomTom or Garmin.

One of the major selling points of the Droid is that it has a physical
keyboard. If you hold the phone horizontally in your hands you can use your
thumbs to slide up the screen and reveal a decent-sized keyboard.
The keyboard is decent, but I found the keys to be a bit too flat and my
speed was much slower than typing on the virtual keyboard of either the
iPhone or any Android device.
The D-Pad next to the keyboard works well, but it feels a bit too
utilitarian for someone who has spent three years pinching and zooming on a
touch-screen.
The hardware is nice, but the Android 2.0 software powering the Droid is
what I am most interested in.
The second generation of Google’s smartphone is leaps and bounds better
than its predecessor. It offers new features such as voice search that
allows you to say what you’re looking for while the phone scours your apps,
contacts, music and the Web for matching results.
The banner feature, built-in, turn-by-turn navigation powered by Google
Maps, is free. I didn’t get a chance to test it in the field, but the
reviews online have been positive — a sure sign that you eventually can
ditch your TomTom or Garmin.

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