Now there is a large number of smartphones and mobile platforms available in market. Technology is getting more and more handy. With the implementation of cloud services, the need for large processing power in phones is decreasing. Even then mobiles have crossed the processing power of recent core2Duo processors. I like my Galaxy S2 most. Which is the smartphone that you like most?
I just like HTC smartphone sensation with a headset
Here's what I have to say. I love Android I really do, but unless you are pretty tech savvy I find it hard to recommend an Android phone. I really can only recommend one phone, which is the iPhone. This is because it is stable, reliable, and easy to use.
I like my iPhone, but I'm considering getting an HTC smartphone the next time around.
I've used quite a lot of different mobile phones and I have to say so far iPhones are the best!
I like samsung smartphone most and now i have samsung galaxy ace and planning to move on with HTC desire HD.
Heard HTC is in collaboration with Music company Beat. They are providing beat headset along with their new phones for free which will cost in market at least Rs. 5000 ($100)
right now have my second iPhone looking at the new Samsung Galaxy Note
iPhone's are superior to android solely based on the os and the apps.
All the apps work great on all the iOS devices while android os and apps are made to try to run on every droid device which is why you have constant force closes and battery pulls.
When windows 8 rolls out on Xbox, pc, tablets and phones next year following the apple model I suspect it will be a huge player.
Pushing windows 8 through the Xbox is a brilliant strategy.
Also kinect for windows will help push w8.
But the user interface in android devices of comparable prices to iPhone is better. Accessibility of different apps and setting in Android is better. I like Android because of this full customization features available in it.
What are you basing this on? This is yoir personal opinion because of of the tests show iOS outperforming droid.
I don't want to go into programming but if you understand what android is you would know its one size fits all open source guarantees it will always be inferior to ios. The apps will ALWAYS be inferior to Apples. Apples aps are made to run on iPods iPhones or iPads whereas droid is made to run on a hundred phones.
Don't even get me started on how bad android tablets are either lol.
I like my Dell Mini Streak 5. It is the only phone I have ever had with a screen that is big enough for me to be able to send text messages and use Web sites. I was devastated to learn it is no longer being produced. I am intending to buy up lots of spare batteries to keep me going for as long as possible.
No need to worry about you Dell Mini Streak 5. Now there is a large variety of phones in different price range and screen size in the market. I am sure you can choose one from them. My suggestion is Android phone
I like the iphone, it just seems to have that sexy factor that other smartphones don't have. Don't think I'd buy into any other Apple products though.
There are many smartphones but I think that best is yet to come. Waiting for Nokia's window bsed Lumia phone, maybe I can say in future that Lumia is the best smartphone.
I have been a Blackberry user and addict for a long time now and I don't have the heart to move on to any other smart phone how much ever attractive they look or function.
I like my iPhone 4 the most. I have been buying them since Apple first introduce them a few years ago. They are good phones. Some of the Android phones are beginning to look good also, especially the HTC models.
I like my new HTC Thunderbolt because it was such a deal at Amazon. I am also glad to have an 8 mp camera and to keep the Android apps. The larger screen is a complete treat. We also have 4G in our area and having a fast system is new, too.
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by Sabbir-Ahmed 8 years ago
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by etauntontv 10 years ago
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by rebekahELLE 9 years ago
I'm getting ready to upgrade my contract and my phone to a droid. Does anyone have the LG Optimus? I don't need top of the line, nor do I use it while at work. I've heard these are good entry level smartphones. I've read numerous reviews, but thought I would get some more feedback.
by tamarindcandy 9 years ago
Can't yet make up my mind for my next smartphone upgrade. Suggestions?
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