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S.U.    2

i have searched the general forum but havnt found any thread similar to this. Please close this thread if its a duplicate..

I am using Samsung Galaxy S3, which phone you are using?

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peacemf    59

iphone 4s currently, but that might change in a few hours/days :D

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Rudy    457

4s

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guitmz    103

Nexus S

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tsupersonic    1,325

Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Verizon)

<- See user profile on left, you can put in OS, and Phone.

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uberjon    1

Samsung Galaxy Note (International)

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Mainer82    40

I have a 4 year old Motorola flip phone, voice only. I'm thinking about upgrading to a newer Motorola flip phone in the near future.

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IntegralDerivative    60

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LG Optimus ME

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Damo R.    29,656

Blackberry Bold 9900

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Ice_Blue    973

Nokia N8

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Pupik    452

Got Atrix 2 like half a year ago and planned to upgrade to S3 when it was going to be released, but dumped that plan. Atrix 2 is just too solid with custom rom on it.

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remixedcat    2,765

LG Optimus S (Sprint)

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Steve B.    466

Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Verizon)

<- See user profile on left, you can put in OS, and Phone.

Yep, these are a few profile customisations that a lot of people haven't noticed yet, you can list them on the left hand side.

Mine's a HTC One S, stock.

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simrat    483

Nokia 603 ( Nokia belle FP1 )

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Ice_Blue    973

Nokia 603 ( Nokia belle FP1 )

Lucky you. I couldn't get FP1. Had to settle for Belle Refresh.

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Charisma    2,388

Blackberry Bold 9900

Ditto

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+warwagon    9,710

Intensity 2 Verizon Prepay $50 unlimited. I'm just to cheap for a Smart phone + data plan

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drazgoosh    18

Nokia N97. Though we all know what it's going to be in a few weeks/months:

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(Spork)    87

Samsung Galaxy S3

and

Htc One X

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Biotoxic_hazard_835    151

HTC Evo LTE

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.Neo    1,834

A Nokia Lumia 900 running Windows Phone 7.5. Best phone I had so far.

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Blackhearted    512

HTC One V

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@Leo    170

From another thread, but will explain why I use Apple phones:

In my eyes, the OS is irrelevant at the end of the day. This feature, that customization - it's negligible, despite what some Android users might say. If I use this skin or the next, mobile phone usage breaks down to two concentrated use cases, while the others are quite minor. First, it's web browsing, and all modern operating systems have sufficient browsers, and applications. This is where the differentiation comes. Apple is by far ahead of the game, in both quantity and quality. Applications are well supported and there are clear UI guidelines which assure consistency across the board.

With Android, while also growing in quantity, quality is still hugely lacking. Up until Android 4.0, there were no UI guidelines by Google, and this meant havoc. Every app looks different to the next; one worse than the other. No consistency. This is still a problem, and since there is such huge fragmentation, it will not go away anytime soon.

With Windows Phone, while there are clear design guidelines, quantity is hilariously lacking. Paypal finally coming to WP marketplace was mentioned earlier - it's a comical symptom of a large problem. The marketshare of Windows Phone is so miniscule that developers tend to stay away. Limiting development environment (C# vs. C/C++ of the other platforms) is also a factor, which has been resolved with WP8.

So yes, maybe the iPhone 5 is not as exciting from hardware standpoint as BBC or whatever would like to claim. But that is irrelevant. Their ecosystem is thriving, and that is why I will remain there until a proper alternative is found.

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BreakingBenjamin    13

Samsung Focus. Got it on launch, still loving it.

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