OneZeroOneUK wrote:Well, im happy with my iPhone.
I thought they were ridiculous pompous gimmicks sported only by the yuppiest of yuppies before i got one.
I could not live without it now. They're fantastic. Yes, I know there are phones with faster processors (though not many), and more RAM (again, not many) - however you can't put a number on emotional attachment, and people do get attached to the iphone, something that infuriates some Android users who know their phone is technically better - yet they don't share that same attachment.
I'm so attached to mine that I have a little pet robot on there called Parandroid
but emotionally?! :/
And how on Earth can emotional attachment to a phone
be a selling point?!
"Buy this one..after a few days you'll feel like you can't live without it..you'll walk into any upright objects as you don't want to put it down"
Whatever it is - get an Android one Jason
Personally, I've not found an android phone I could live with for 18 months.
Take your computer - if you lost it, you may well be devastated. Not for the music and videos and work you lost, but because you have an innate connection to it.
Ok, so i'm a geek and some
people may not become attached to their gadgets (huhuh), but my point is that the iPhone is the first phone i've used (in a long, long line of smartphones ranging from crackberries to HTC) that I have a similar attachment to. To me, that's a damn good thing.
Now that android has hit the 70,000 apps mark, there is very little to seperate the iPhone from its closest rivals. Not only is there 'an app for that', there is also an android 'app for that'. So go with what you feel is going to be the phone for you.
That Motorola is as ugly as sin, btw. You should get it.