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I am an early adopter and have been a loyal iPhone user since iDay 2007. The day everything changed-the first time. I lived in Oklahoma City and it was the Heartland of ATT if you will, so I had no regrets of my choice and have largely been a fan. There are three things that since that day have turned my world into mush:
As evidenced in my header photo, the 1 yr old daughter who is just as enamored with tech as I am is a BIG thing. She feels entitled to everything in this house that is even mildly techy. Her Dad even gave her her own XBox controller and she KNOWS when the battery is out. I get to use my ipad when she sleeps...
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Now some of the latest and greatest of Android, such as a Droid X or the Evo are a: too big and b: not carrier friendly for me - I'm not quite ready to jump into CDMA land just yet. Now LTE...maybe.
Anywho, the husband, the 1 yr. old and I were out shooting the breeze and happened across the ATT store. The hubby had never had hands-on the iPhone 4 so we dropped on in. As most are; he was impressed by the crisp fun display. Having already had said magical moment, I chatted up the workers while he fell into the retina-displayed-angry-birds-vortex. The manager started telling me about this NEW magical and Captivating device. Now this device has Android 2.1, with Froyo expected to arrive any day now. Front and rear facing cameras and super AMOLED display. Yes, dear friends, I'm heavily considering a Galaxy S. The screen looks good and it has,or rather will have two things that are really enticing me right now: toddler lock and wifi tethering whenever Froyo hits. I am waiting to check it out once Froyo does land, because I want to be sure not to be on board if ATT cripples the mifi-esque feature, which I can still achieve via legally jail broken iPhone. I've heard no word on there being a toddler lock in the Cidia App store, however and that is an increasingly attractive functionality.
I haven't completely decided whether, or not I jump ship, but I CAN get the Captivate on a 1yr vs. two year contract so that if I don't entirely like the experience I can wait my year out and go back to my iPhone...
To Buy, or Not to Buy still remains the question.