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I also switched from The DInc and so far I really like the DPro. I have never been a good touchscreen typist since my days with the LG Dare. I was hoping the Droid was going to be the phone but they flat, stiff keyboard was horrible. Got the DInc when it was released but again I've been wanting a physical keyboard. I saw the DPro and the Merge rumors and held out to see which would be released first.
Like a lot of people, i am having push problems with corp email using the default email app. I'm using Touchdown to get around that but would prefer the default email app if it worked right. I think they will get this fixed like they did with the X when it was first released.
The screen size is not a drawback. I only play an occasional game and use it mostly for reading news, email, etc.
My DInc was starting to get a little laggy with all of the apps i had on it. Paired it down on my DPro but with the same set up the DPro is definitely snappier. I'm using Launcher Pro without any FC issues or lag. I still have my DInc and it's connected to wifi so it's still active and the lag is noticeable using them back to back. A factory reset might solve it but not worth the trouble.
I'm using Launcher Pro without any FC issues or lag.
The battery lasts longer than the DInc with the Seidio 1750mah extended slim battery.
I also rooted my DPro using Z4ROOT and I have only installed wireless tether, shootme, and changed my font with no affect on performance.
With all of that being said the DInc is still my fave phone and I've had the Droid, Eris, and X and kept the DInc but don't think I'll go back to it because of the lack of the physical keyboard.
If you can live without the keyboard for a little longer, keep the DInc. Hold out for the HTC Merge so you have a second option plus it has Sense. I think HTC makes a very nice phone otherwise i dont think you will go wrong with the DPro.
Originally Posted by MNG708