Andre Torrez switched to an Google G1 Android phone. For a month. After three days:
It is really obvious after installing a few apps and replacing my most used iPhone applications (Tweetie, Foursquare, Mail, Safari, iTunes, Things, this is from memory, I am sure I forgot something) that I miss the iPhone equivalents dearly.
After four days:
I’ve decided that many of the major problems I have with this phone (aside from the virtual keyboard) is the hardware. It’s just too slow, it’s too thick, and the need for a dongle to listen to music is ridiculous.
After seven days:
I give up. I thought it’d be fun to see what life was like on a different platform but I think I’ve seen more than enough on this hardware… I switched the SIM back to the iPhone.
It’s the circle of life.