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How do you choose which smartphone to buy?


How much do you weigh up between hardware features vs software features? I mean do you buy a phone with the best camera - max megapixels etc. or is it the apps you often use and want to stay connected with everything that makes your decision or a bit of both.

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David Livermore (davidlivermore) says

4 years ago
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    Aikonia 4 years ago

    Thanks, great comments. I think once you're over the apps it boils down to what "other stuff" you HAVE to use for work and personal organisation. Those factors may play a part in the decision.

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Eric Hartman (eric2112) says

4 years ago
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    Aikonia 4 years ago

    Thanks, that's 2 for Nexus :-)

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Anonymous00 says

4 years ago
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    Aikonia 4 years ago

    Thanks, good points. I use a Nexus as I run a lot of my own small business stuff with Google apps and docs and the integration is great. For my day job I got a Windows Phone and it integrates surprisingly well with all the Office environment.

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Jose Misael Polanco (jose7polanco) says

4 years ago
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    Aikonia 4 years ago

    Thanks and agreed! As expected, my current Windows Phone works really well with my office Windows programs....but I still prefer my Nexus overall :-)

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Ohenhen says

4 years ago
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    Aikonia 4 years ago

    Thanks, I agree you really need to look at your requirements and do some research to see what phone makes sense for you.

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3 years ago
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mrpip says

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    Aikonia 4 years ago

    Thanks, I an currently using a Galaxy Nexus and toyed with the idea of switching back to iOS iPhone 5. But after taking a closer look, I'll be sticking with my Nexus & Google apps for the foreseeable future - it meets all my work & play requi

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