Which is your favorite mobile phone and why


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With Nothing Added

Junior Member
#1
Hi all!
I have some questions about mobiles that I'd like to share with you.
What is the most inspiring feature in your opinion, when buying a mobile phone?
Which brand?
Which model?
Which price?

... and so on...
any ideas?
 
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Junior Member
#3
... that's a good point actually...
it just keep occurring to me... when i wake up, etc...
:D
 
GilmoreVisuals

GilmoreVisuals

Active Member
#4
Feature: the operating system
Which brand? Any
Which model? Any based on selection / price
Which price? Anything under £20 a month
 
Jimlad

Jimlad

Well-Known Member
#7
Feature: Operating System. I always see people struggle to use Android. iOS just works.
Brand: iPhone
Model: Currently own 5S, probably won't upgrade until Apple stop updating the OS on 5S. So, iPhone 7S next...
Price: Currently paying less than a tenner a month. Always buy the phone outright.
 
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Junior Member
#8
Hi all. Thanks.
Hi Jimlad! How's Phoenix Street going? My friends also liked it a lot; for example the characterizations.

... coming back to the topic; how do you feel about touch screen or not. Touch screen is newer, but it is normal, I think, because it's been going on for long. Or is it still to be considered a new discovery that need too be explored more?
Among these phones,
http://uk.blackberry.com/smartphones.html?LID=uk:bb:devices:smartphones:device-features&LPOS=uk:bb:devices
would you choose a touch screen or a keyboard one?

EDIT
I was also going to add this:
https://www.apple.com/uk/iphone/compare/

If one chooses touch screen, maybe iphone is the best choice. Many would agree on that.
Do you think it is pure prejudice?
Or does it make sense to you?
 
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NeonThunder

Active Member
#10
I use to be a apple fanboy but now i've moved to android and i love it! Was getting sick of my iphone battery dying all the time. Also the premium line rental due to it being an iphone!
 
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Junior Member
#11
Thanks NeonThunder. I was actually hoping to hear about a comparison between iphone and Android.
The Blackberry batteries are also week, unless it has changed this year.

Anyone has a link to a very good article or documentary about Android by any chance?
I think it would be a good starting point...
 
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NeonThunder

Active Member
#12
Thanks NeonThunder. I was actually hoping to hear about a comparison between iphone and Android. The Blackberry batteries are also week, unless it has changed this year. Anyone has a link to a very good article or documentary about Android by any chance? I think it would be a good starting point...
Moving to android did seem abit weird at first but you get the hang of it quite easily and you can upgrade your phones memory. Also it's a lot more customisable and you can still sync you iMac etc with it there's plenty of apps etc.

Mod Note: I've added in the quote tags so it's easier to read. Levi
 
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Junior Member
#14
hmmm... I know it's ridiculous but I still haven't bought it :)
my aunt wants to buy me a Nokia Lumia with a 8.7 megapixel camera
but I'm not sure what to decide...
anyone who can inspire me is welcome!!!
 
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gcol90

Junior Member
#15
What version of Window's is on it, do you know? 7.5 or 8? If its 7.5 stay away. They're terrible. 8 I've heard good things about, apparently a lot of the major devs are releasing their apps onto Windows, but I still think its lagging compared to iOS and Android.

I might be biased but I'd go for Android. iOS is just stale now. Android L is out soon which will give Android a bit of a cosmetic overhaul. Also, are you going on contract or buying outright? If so, if you can wait a month to see Google's offerings, then the new Nexus - provided it's not all a rumour - might be a good bet. High spec at a low cost. Well, lower than a comparable iPhone or Windows phone.
 
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Junior Member
#16
Yes; waiting to see Nexus and Android L make sense. Contract or outright, it depends. the important thing is to get the phone right. I'm a bit in competition with the factories, i think :)
 
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#17
Hi all! After long time I decided to try Nokia Lumia. Stared with 635... if I'm happy I'll get
the 930, although I've heard that there are some issues about it Microsoft should fix. For
example the volume... anyone heard about it?
 
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#18
Ive heard a lot of negactive stuff about the new Lumias, Microsoft is killing them. Im sticking with iPhones until some other company comes up with phone that can actually compete with it.
 
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