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I need some advice on my next smartphone. What do you have and like? Iphone, Android, Blackberry?

I am starting to look for a new smartphone. I need a phone that will sync with my office outlook calender and all my office contacts. I do a little internet browsing but not that much.  I like taking pictures and emailing them to myself for future use.

What do any Iphone users have to say, or should I look at an Android phone, or stay with new version of the Blackberry.

Any input would be appreciated, also what interesting things do you use your smartphone for, I am always interested to see what others have figured out.

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It really depends on the use.  Yo need to ask yourself questions like:

-is the device for integrating all my media

-is the device for just phone an email

-what type of desktop, tablet, or laptop platform am I using currently or going o be using in the future.  

-do i have enterprise server needs?


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