I have blackberry and finally making decision to change to either I-phone or Droid.I'm not looking for a comparison, my issue is a practical Male issue:
I carry my blackberry in my left side trouser pocket. I also carry a Bic lighter,and some coins in this pocket.
Probably once per day, I will lean the wrong way, and the phone will hit one of these items and either dial a phone number or I hear a voice saying Say a Command ( since I hit that button).
Does anyone carry the I-phone in their pocket and does it do these things?
One suggestion is always: don't carry anything else other than the phone in that pocket. But guys have limited carrying space and I already have enough stuff in my right side pocket - car keys, cigarettes,eye glasses.
When you tap the iPhone's or Droid's power button once it turns off the screen and puts the phone into a "locked" mode so no buttons will be able to turn anything on if they were bumped while inside your pocket. Then once you are ready to use your phone again you can just tap the power button again to turn on the screen and begin what you need to use on your phone.
Smartphones are very nice and well worth the money I would say for the the features they have.
I would go with a droid or Android phone because I am a huge Android fan. But it really depends on what you plan to use on your phone for other than making calls and sending txt messages.
by Lily Rose5 years ago
I have a Env3 with Verizon and I am ready to upgrade. My knowledge about Smartphones and all the capabilities is very limited.I really want an iPhone but I'm really not sure I want to leave Verizon for ATT.My...
by dogluver16 years ago
Hiya guys, I don't know which one is the best, but I like the droid and LG env Touch. ~dogluver1
by Joelle Burnette6 years ago
Put forth your strongest case for owning (or not owning) one or the other...a Blackberry or an iPhone.
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