new cell phone: droid x

I got a new phone this week, the Motorola Droid X, running Android … woo!  Boy, that sentence is gonna attract a lot of spammers. :T

It’s an awesome phone.  I like it.  Well, actually, I dunno about the phone part, I think I’ve called one person.  I’ve been playing with all the cool apps.  This is my first smartphone, so having access to all this stuff is really quite a novelty to me.  Right now, I’m a big fan of Foursquare. :)  I think it’s handy, since I can see what’s nearby quickly.

The Google Voice integration is nice … I can call out directly using the number they provide instead of my carrier’s, and I can use it to send free text messages.  Although, I’ll admit, as applications go, the native Android text messaging software is much better.

I don’t have Android 2.2 on here, which is supposed to be the new hawtness, I hear.  I like everything so far.  My only complain right now is that there’s no port of Oregon Trail. :(

Alright, I really don’t have much more to say about it.  I’m excited. :)

I’ll admit I wrote this post just to use that LOLcat. :)

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4 responses to “new cell phone: droid x

  1. The X was my first smartphone too. :)

  2. Are you loving it even more now?

    • It’s a great phone, though I think of it more as a great little mini-computer. To be honest, as a *phone*, I’m a bit frustrated ATM.

      • O rly? I am -this close- to going out and springing for a smart phone and I’m strongly considering this Droid X. If you feel like throwing the biggest pros and cons my way that would be super awesome.

        Is the camera any good?

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