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I'm assuming it still works fine. Therefore no, no it's not.I accidently left my Galaxy S3 on dashboard of my car for about 40 minutes. It was 66 degrees outside and sunny. Do you think my S3 damaged in anyway ? please help
I'm thinking some of those issues may be addressed.Motorola has been left in the wake of a keen turn of speed when it comes to Androids... their camera's are mediocre and their Android skin blows too.
Nice, i'm still on the S3, my Dad still has his original Note. They're similar in some ways, but the way we've both customised them you would think they're on totally different systems.The S4 is the baddest thing on the planet right now.
I've been researching smartphones recently and the Nokia's camera is far and away better than the competition's best.Lumia 1020! Indestructible and an awesome camera!
Me too. Played around with it at the ATT store. So slick. Similar to the g4 but more evolved in every way.LG G2 is probably my next phone.
I just bought the Nexus 7 tab. Battery life is impressive, coming from my Samsung Galaxy Note 1 - battery life there was averaging 10-12hrs after the update to Jelly Bean. I returned to my old iPhone 4 as a "relative" dumbphone, happy to trade-off speed for a decent 24-36hrs charge on minimal use.I also plan to buy a Google Nexus 5 when they come out for my wife. Son got a Nexus 4 a few months ago when his feature phone died and my daughter has a Google Galaxy Nexus. I like the iOS ecosystem as I find that the apps are better or that some that I use don't exist on Android. I have a Google Nexus 7 tablet that I like when I want a bigger screen. You can probably tell that we're big fans of the Google Nexus products.
Its a good thing really. No need to drop $200 on phones all the time. As long as they work how you want them to work.I'm still on my Galaxy S2. I have flashed it which provides quite a few upgrades. At this point - I don't see any need to spend the money and tie myself into an upgrade.
My phone does everything I need to do quite well. There aren't any revolutionary features that would entice me to spend for an upgrade.
For iPhone users - this is even more of an issue... there have been very few reasons to upgrade an iphone for the past 2-3 years.
I get the feeling that many people are in the same boat - the upgrade path is becoming less beneficial for the cost.
Certainly upgrading each generation has very limited appeal. My first iPhone was the 3G. I skipped the 3GS and 4, so when I went to the 4S I got a host of features - most notably retina display, a decent camera, Siri (which I use more than I thought I would) and a much better processor. Software-wise, the 3G stopped at iOS 4, which meant that I would have been restricted with what apps I could update.For iPhone users - this is even more of an issue... there have been very few reasons to upgrade an iphone for the past 2-3 years.
That's just your opinion, as the poll shows. For the record, I don't use either. Blackberry here as I need/like the proper keys for work email. Now that's an inferior interface!The Droid interface is just so much better than Apple, I just can't understand how anyone would feel Iphone is superior.
Besides the fastest chipset and a beautiful screen, the G2 has a lot of nice little things like FM radio/IS camera/universal remote control/volume key placement/etc. It doesn't really have any flaws, except for maybe no SD card slot and non-replaceable battery. But its pros far outweigh cons.Me too. Played around with it at the ATT store. So slick. Similar to the g4 but more evolved in every way.
I noticed they wanted $299, on contract ($100 more) for the 32gb MotoX. Pretty ridiculous. The customization is cool, but it felt like a little toy next to the G2.
EDIT: I take back calling the MotoX "a little toy". A friend had one tonight and I think it's a nice device. Thing is, you can get more smartphone for less money elsewhere.
The reviews are coming in for this phone and they have been mostly positive, but it is interesting to see the biases that many in the tech community allow to shape their judgments. There are negative reviews of the G2 in some tech blogs (ARS Techinca, for example) but most of the criticism seems nit-picky and/or inconsistent in its application with reviewers obviously protecting or ignoring the flaws of their favorite devices whether it be Samsung, "pure Android", or Apple...Besides the fastest chipset and a beautiful screen, the G2 has a lot of nice little things like FM radio/IS camera/universal remote control/volume key placement/etc. It doesn't really have any flaws, except for maybe no SD card slot and non-replaceable battery. But its pros far outweigh cons.
I agree. It's been a long while since I've posted in this thread, but it's really interesting. I've had my iPhone 5 now for a year and it's as fast and high performing today as it was on day one. I updated to iOS 7 Wednesday and didn't miss a beat.I feel the exact opposite and I have had droids and apple OS devices for over 3 years.