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    Verizon Comparison Chart leaked for HTC Eris!


    Well it looks like our inside sources are busy again but this time with a little something differenet. Instead of the normal BlackBerry information, they have gotten us an internal Verizon comparison chart comparing the Eris, S2, HTC Ozone and LG EnV.



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    i guess they didn't want to put it side by side with the moto droid

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    Quote Originally Posted by catstide View Post
    i guess they didn't want to put it side by side with the moto droid
    Yeah I found that weird as well but I did forget to post this one at:

    Last edited by Brett Wyman; 10-29-2009 at 08:21 PM. Reason: bryan made a boo boo with spelling



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    i see the 512mb on board memory...all other accounts say 256???

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    this might be a dumb question but on the moto droid will you be able to store apps on the external memory or does iphone hail victory on that still



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    Quote Originally Posted by goch89 View Post
    this might be a dumb question but on the moto droid will you be able to store apps on the external memory or does iphone hail victory on that still
    I believe you can but do not quote me on that. I will tell you for sure on 11/06 :lmao:

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    Quote Originally Posted by goch89 View Post
    this might be a dumb question but on the moto droid will you be able to store apps on the external memory or does iphone hail victory on that still
    That's a little bit of a misnomer and let me explain why. Sure the iPhone has a ton of space to store apps but here is the catch, and it's a pretty big one.

    Every iPhone/iPod touch comes with 128 MB of available runtime memory. As the device boots up and begins running, this memory area is allocated to the applications that runs. Usually, the system itself takes a large chunk from the available 128 MB and leaves about 40 MB for the user.

    Once you start using your device, the available memory begins to reduce. This could sometimes lead to applications closing unexpectedly when the available memory is low. That's why there is an app call Free memory which keeps the runtime memory as high as possible. This is also another reason why the iPhone is a poor multitasking phone.

    With respect to the Droid, while I don't know the answer for sure, I suspect it will have similar limitations to the iphone and while you may be able to store a ton of apps on external memory the runtime memory most likely will be limited.
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    cool let me know man...i really hope Verizon dosnt drop the ball on this one

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