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Discussion in 'Mobile Phones and Media Players' started by Attila13, Feb 7, 2011.
I just noticed this
so im just going to list the phones I use daily
im not at home so I cant list every phone I own
(main) samsung galaxy prevail 2 android 4.1 rooted
(less used main) iphone 4 ios 7.? jailbroken
iphone 4s ios 9.? stock
iphone 3gs ios 4.? jailbroken
htc one m7 android 4.? stock
iphone 3gs ios 4.? stock
iphone 3g ios 4.? stock
iphone 3g ios 4.? and that daulboot mod for android ? jailbroken
iphone 2g ios 3.1.3 stock
lots more but I don't use them as much
Only phone I've ever had (and still have) is a Huawei ascend mate 2. It's such a cheap brand so as soon as I get a job I'm saving up for a samsung galaxy or LG.
iPhone 6s. When I first got it, it was fucking amazing. These days I think it's still good but kinda slow and the screen is a bit small. Oh well, it does it's job and I'll get a new phone sooner or later.
Had to upgrade to a S7.
Fucking S4 bootlooped.
Now I own a Galaxy S5 (klte) and it's using RR 5.85 on Android 7.1.2
Had shitloads of phones, first one was a Nokia 3310, which surprisingly stopped functioning after dropping from 9 story buildings to often. Indestructible my ass!
Since the smartphone age I've always stuck with HTC.
Had the HTC Desire at first, than the HTC S One, HTC Desire EYE and my current new phone the HTC u11 life, which runs Android One (yay no more bloatware), has 64GB internal storage is just alround awesome.
Not too big, looks pretty, good cameras, cool Edge functionality, although more of a gimmick really, don't use it very often.
Android One is pretty awesome, since you get 2 years of guaranteed updates by Google no questions asked and it allows you to delete almost all apps, instead of having annoying bloatware manufacterer apps that just hog up space and can't delete because they're "system" apps.
I could recommend Android One to anyone as it is great, no downsides in my opinion really.
I'm very happy with this phone and would recommend it to anyone as it is also very affordable.
Here's a pic of the u11 life Brilliant Black (there's also a Sapphire Blue version):
I own Xiaomi Redmi pro for a year & a half I guess.... I still use it. it's the best phone till now. (for me)
My first phone I got when I was 16 or so was some clamshell-style Samsung phone. It didn't do much, but I was just happy to have a phone of my own at the time.
My next phone was a Nokia C3-00. The Nokia C3-00 wasn't too bad as far as the hardware goes, but the OS had some strange glitches. There were some settings I changed by accident and there was no way to change them back!
My next phone was a Samsung Galaxy S5. I'm still using it. It's been pretty good too me, with the exception the original battery going bad. Good thing it had a removable battery! Even with a new battery, it had JUST enough battery life to last about 12 hours back on Android Kit Kat and Lollipop. Thankfully, the Marshmallow update gave it better battery life. It probably lasts about 16 hours now.
Went with a new Oneplus 5T when my old Moto X Play started needing charging twice a day to last.
what's the point in having a removable battery if you don't change the battery when it gets bad and buy a new phone instead
I'm saying that because people shit on iphone users' faces for choosing a phone that doesn't have a removable battery lol
Officially the battery isn't removable and as of such Motorola refuses to sell original batteries leaving you with questionable third-party replacement batteries. The actual replacement procedure doesn't seem too hard though so I might end up fixing it in the future so I can give the phone to someone else.
1. Motorola Razr
2. Nokia N-Gage
3. Sony Ericsson K800i
4. IPhone 3GS
5. IPhone 4
6. HTC One M7
7. LG G3
8. Motorola Moto X Play
Recent: Huawei P10 Lite
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and I have Custom Roms on my phones
Currently have s7 edge,had s6 before and gave it to my sister. Love samsung phones
I own a Vodafone Smart Ultra 6 but I'm restoring an iPhone 6 Plus ATM, I already bought and installed a brand new battery and ordered a refurbished but genuine iPhone screen + front camera and sensors + LCD plate.
After that, I'll order a back housing with laser custom printing of the IMEI and I'm done.
So basically I'm gonna waste 130€ for restoring an iPhone 6 Plus which was given to me with water damage.