Poll: Can Motorola Droid and OS Platform beat other competitors?

It seems the Motorola Droid is a phenomenon and could be a great competitor against the Apple iPhone 3GS and of course the BlackBerry Storm2, this is one we will let you answer so we will give you a little insight for you to think about.

The Motorola Droid on Verizon with a two-year service plan will cost you $199.99 which is basically on par with the Apple iPhone 3GS and BlackBerry Storm2, so price wise the DROID is up there with the others, the Moto Droid is definitely a mobile smartphone right up there to make the market think again.

When you think about the specifications of the Droid it seems to be a little better on paper, we mentioned not so long ago about the camera side of things and how it compares to the iPhone, and what about the fact of the Droid having Google’s Android 2.0 operating system which is a big deal because it is open to developers which means we can focus on customization and personalization.

Do you think that once Android Apps get to the sort of figures Apple has that the Droid can top the iPhone? All in all we see that the Motorola Droid handset will be something special and very hard to beat once all the creases are ironed out. Please vote below using our poll systems of what you think.

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One thought on “Poll: Can Motorola Droid and OS Platform beat other competitors?”

  1. I am a Verizon customer, I want the IPHONE but hate as many others, ATT’s poor service. If Verizon sold the IPHONE, first they would bring the ATT customers back, and then they would take the market. Its so simple focus on the problem.

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