San Jose CA Real Estate Broker
CA DRE License #01453711
Among its strengths: A really good web browser. (I'd previously had a Palm Centro with a nearly unusuable browser.) Very good graphics (to view pictures). Very good camera--mine's an 8 megapixel. It takes very, very nice pictures. It also does a fine job with video, including HD video. Because it's a Droid (developed by Google), it's got nice, tight integration with online Google services, such as Docs, Calendar, etc. Its GPS is also good--not quite as user-friendly as a standalone (such as a Garmin), but it works well, with good text-to-voice communication. And, unlike my older Garmin, the Droid (with Google Maps) shows real-time traffic congestion.
About the only weakness is a short battery life. That's occurs if you have the phone on, plus WiFi active. The WiFi really chews up battery life; turn it off if you don't need it. On the other hand, you can just keep it plugged into a wall charger (in your office) and a car charger (in your car), and you'll be fine. Just don't expect to go a couple of days without recharging. More like 10-14 hours.
Hope that helps.
I had a blackberry and it departed this earth. I purchased I phone 4 and LUV it! A lot of real estate applications i.e. Trulia and more. I have Verizon so service is fast and readily available.
My only compliant is sometimes with a touch screen you can make phone calls you do not intend on making at a a particular time.
I love my I-Phone it's the best thing that I have had for real estate.. can't wait to get the new one...
Currently I am still using the very first one 3GS no problems.. Hope that tell's you something
about the I-Phone and by the way buy if from Apple with there Apple Care. Good Luck
Volume Real Estate
I'm tired from all of the tech.
What program are you referring to for open house sign in / management?
Southern Nevada Property Management
8871 West Flamingo Road Suite 202
Las Vegas, NV 89147