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samoz83

Milestone vs Liquid

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Hi guys not sure if this is the right place to put this but I need a new phone and can't decided between the droid/milestone or the liquid (I have an order waiting on the liquid but am having second thoughts :) ). The liquid is cheaper and has a faster process but the droid has a bigger screen, dedicated graphics chip and android 2, the physical keyboard doesn't matter that much too me so I was wondering what your opinions were on these two phones. Does the 200mhz really make a difference and wouldn't the graphics chip help the droid?

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Hi guys not sure if this is the right place to put this but I need a new phone and can't decided between the droid/milestone or the liquid (I have an order waiting on the liquid but am having second thoughts :) ). The liquid is cheaper and has a faster process but the droid has a bigger screen, dedicated graphics chip and android 2, the physical keyboard doesn't matter that much too me so I was wondering what your opinions were on these two phones. Does the 200mhz really make a difference and wouldn't the graphics chip help the droid?

i got the droid and absolutely love it

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I have the Liquid and its a great phone, can really recommend it.

And the value for money is almost even better than the phone itself.

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Well I also have the liquid one..Well I never have any problem regarding to that..Really cool piece..

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And Liquid is getting a 2.1 update soon.

Check out the Liquid boards here =)

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