Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by The K-Zoo Kid, Jul 14, 2010.
Another ex iphone user coming over from the darkside
Welcome him/her to the Android Militia for me!
Haha will do. He isnt getting it until the 18th, i just gave him a basic overview of how android works. He'll probably join here once he gets the phone.
Hope they are happy in the long run, getting them to try it is just the first step.
Nice man. I'm going from the Droid to the iPhone 4, lol. only cause of i'm not paying for the bill. it was hard to leave the motorola droid even though i was payin for it, but the ip4 isnt too bad of an alternative. i'll miss it a lot =\
iTunes, here we come
Why would you do such a thing? If you will get an att contract paid for just wait for the 18th and get the galaxy s..
It's for a business. The business issues iPhones to their employees and by me paying $110/month to Verizon for the same features... makes no sense... So rather than paying $110 a month, I'm saving it and just using the iPhone my company gives. I'm not interested in the galaxy s either, haven't even heard much about it to care for it, lol.
Yeah i can definitely understand that, i would do the same thing. The galaxy s is going to be great phone, I thought you meant you could just get an att contract for free.
yeah lol. gonna look more into that. if it was up to me i'd stay with android
Haha thats good. I'm sure everyone would understand
Careful how you hold it!!
Ha ha- iPhone needs a users guide to hold their phones- FAIL
good job man! Android is gonna be the only kind phone people get in 5-10 years
Thanks. You're right, I agree too.
Actually, I don't have that issue though. At work I was trying to re-produce the issue and show my other technician about the issue. I held my hand directly over the lower left and top antennas and lost no signal as I see in the videos. I'm not sure why it didn't but I held it for at least 20-30 seconds and no issue. Sucks for the people who's dealing with it.
I don't really want that. But one company can't possibly deal with the competition of many players each trying to outdo the next every other month.