What kind of Smart Phone do you have? Do you like it and why / why not?

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  1. ForLoveofCupcakes profile image84
    ForLoveofCupcakesposted 7 years ago

    What kind of Smart Phone do you have?  Do you like it and why / why not?

    I am especially interested in your answer if you have t-mobile.

  2. jose7polanco profile image83
    jose7polancoposted 7 years ago

    I have an iPhone and i like it a lot because i can use it to finish work i started on my mac. I use google drive, iCloud, and the like to work synchronized.

  3. Gamerelated profile image82
    Gamerelatedposted 7 years ago

    The HTC Amaze is a decent T-Mobile smartphone.  Its processor is about 50% faster than the iPhone 4S.  It has twice as much RAM.  A better front camera and an equal back camera.  It has HDMI out which iPhone 4S does not.  Its has a modem that can transfer HSDPA+ which is equivalent to 4G speeds--the iPhone 4S does not do 4G despite having a 4 in its name.  The phone is also half the prices of the 4S.

    The Amaze was rater higher than the iPhone 4S on Phonearena by the both the staff and the user's poll.

    http://www.phonearena.com/phones/compar … /5894,5257

  4. dered806 profile image60
    dered806posted 7 years ago

    I have the samsung galaxy s3 with verizon. They have it for t-mobile as well. I love the phone, its really fast, large screen, good camera and a lot of features that i use on a daily basis. Everything is synced with you google account.

  5. Distant Mind profile image73
    Distant Mindposted 7 years ago

    I have a Samsung Star II Duos GT-C6712 Dual SIM Card and I wrote a detailed review of it as a hub. Sadly I'm extremely dissatisfied with it and I would not recommend it to anybody. There are much better options and nobody should go for this one.

  6. divacratus profile image80
    divacratusposted 7 years ago

    I have a Blackberry and I'm pretty happy with it though its market is going down. I love BBM (the Blackberry Messenger) and find it difficult to switch over to Whatsapp. Yes, BBM is probably the only reason why I am sticking to my Blackberry. And I don't really use my phones for anything much other than FBing, tweeting, messaging etc. I still do most of my work on a PC or my laptop. Bit old fashioned that way!

  7. carman58 profile image76
    carman58posted 7 years ago

    I have a Nokia Lumia and like it because it has extremely good social integration and a superb mail client, also the free maps , navigation and music are a great feature. Windows phone is extremely quick and fluid and easy to use smile Also the Lumia stands out from the crowd with it's bright colour choices.


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