Android or IPhone

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by glock26USMC, Jan 24, 2013.

  1. Android

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  2. iPhone

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  1. glock26USMC

    glock26USMC New Member Supporter

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    Which one do you guys prefer?
     
  2. glock26USMC

    glock26USMC New Member Supporter

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    I'll start..... Samsung Galaxy 3 for me :)
     
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  3. Becca

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    Apple girl here.
    How's that working out for you, g26? All my guys have issues but it might be "carrier related" and have moved on to Notes. They are all big boys so size is not a problem although they are the size of a small school bus.
     
  4. glock26USMC

    glock26USMC New Member Supporter

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    I absolutely love the S3, had the iPhone 4S and couldn't wait to get rid of it !
     
  5. havasu

    havasu Administrator

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    My kids swear by the iPhone but I still like my Galaxy III more!
     
  6. Shooter

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    I played with a Windows 8 phone a few days ago and it was pretty nice.
     
  7. glock26USMC

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  8. Colt45

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    Motorola Droid X2 here.
     
  9. CallMaker

    CallMaker Guest

    I am a Luddite.....I don't have a cellular telephone (nor a TV)
     
  10. dutchs

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    Galaxy S III and a new LG Intuition Phablet. Best buy I ever made in electronics
     
  11. Balota

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    Had my Android for a couple years now, original battery is still good. Took a business trip to Japan. Costs too much to call and not very compatible over there anyway. Left the phone in Airplane Mode the whole trip. Never had to charge it for the whole week. Got back to Tulsa with the battery indicator just starting to reach orange level.

    I use it to store my music as well as phone functions. I can listen to music all day and still have plenty of battery in the evening. But if I do much broadcasting (GPS functions, continuous Internet access, etc.) the battery is almost dead by end of day.

    I make sure to run the battery down into the red zone frequently before recharging, so that may be helping the endurance.
     
  12. Becca

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    For you Droid folks
     

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  13. Becca

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    Did I fail to mention how much I love you all before I posted that?
     
  14. jayson

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    I use a cheap prepaid phone. $50 a month for unlimited calls text and internet but the phone itself is not high quality lol


    I thought about getting a new phone. The have some prepaid droids now.