"I left Blackberry and I haven't looked back."4.5 starson by sellphones2493
Pros: Attractive, Light-Weight, Small, Screen Quality, Auto-Correct on Texts, Web Browser, Intuitiveness, Screen Doesn't Scratch, Speaker Quality, Free Apps are of High Quality
Cons: Heavy Screen Glare, Texting Screen is cramped, Battery Life Sucks, My 3.2mp Blackberry Camera took better pictures than this 5mp (lacks autofocus), No Flash, Phone vibrates when ear is touching buttons on phone, Weather doesn't do small towns
Summary: I have previously owned 2 Blackberry Pearls, 1 Pearl Flip, 1 8900 Javelin, and 1 9700 Bold. There was also an iPhone somewhere in that mix that I returned within hours to get another Blackberry. I switched to the Aria because I needed a change in my life, and my 9700 Bold had a bad web-browser. On the first day of ownership, I switched back to my 9700 six times because the Blackberry had features I missed.
That all changed once I found the app store, and came to realization that this device is not supposed to be like my Blackberry. Now, after 2 Weeks of ownership, I have grown to love this phone for it's fast loading speeds, and the amount of convenience at my fingertips. The texting takes some acclimating, but it really isn't that bad. However, I wish I could say the same about the battery life. The battery lasts on a good day up to 18 hours. This doesn't even rival my Blackberry's battery that lasted up to 7 days.
Overall, I do see myself going back to a Blackberry once they solve there internet browser issues, and email reformatting issues. However, this is a great phone to have for the time being.
And, I was wrong - Android is a great operating system.