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truckracer

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i have never used a droid. i don't know about that slide function of the keyboard. i have found any phone that flips or slides eventually fails as their are conductors or small ribbon cable that connects the componets between the halfs.

thats a pricey phone to screw up when you are over a year into your contract when the warranty is expired and you still have another year to go with a broken phone.
 

JAG72

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Feb 16, 2006
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i have never used a droid. i don't know about that slide function of the keyboard. i have found any phone that flips or slides eventually fails as their are conductors or small ribbon cable that connects the componets between the halfs.

thats a pricey phone to screw up when you are over a year into your contract when the warranty is expired and you still have another year to go with a broken phone.

Considering that this report has nothing to do with the "Droid", I have no idea where this comment came from.
 

The Insider

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Nov 9, 2008
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i have never used a droid. i don't know about that slide function of the keyboard. i have found any phone that flips or slides eventually fails as their are conductors or small ribbon cable that connects the componets between the halfs.

thats a pricey phone to screw up when you are over a year into your contract when the warranty is expired and you still have another year to go with a broken phone.

Ive had the same G1 phone since launch.. Its still "tight" as can be when sliding in and out
 

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