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Want to move back to Android


  1. pasqo83

    pasqo83 Well-Known Member

    Hey everyone.

    I've moved from android to iphone and back and forth. I am with the power of apple. Had enough of it really. Havent had a look at mobile phones in a little while so lost a bit of touch.

    Just wanted to know, from your opinions, whats a good android device(s) that you are liking at the mo and what one would you reccomend?

    I never really touched sony devices for android or the HTC range, I was told by a phone company, they never seem to do the android justice compared to Samsung and they said to stick with an S3. I used to have an S2, but just got bored of it after a year and then moved to an iphone 4s which Ive had for about 8months and guess what. Im bored of it. lol...

    Another question, does anyone know If I can use an Android phone and sync with my ipad?

    Cheers

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  2. MT Rotor

    MT Rotor Guest

    Either a droid RAZR whatever model, a galaxy s3, or Google nexus 4
  3. pasqo83

    pasqo83 Well-Known Member

    Loving the Droid RAZR, google nexus 4 with no 4g??? can't get that. Yh I was debatng the s3, is it worth waiting for the S4 to come out and get the S3 as it will be cheaper? hmmmm
  4. Digital Controller

    Digital Controller The Real Bass Creator Guide

    I have moved this thread to the Device Comparison forum since we are comparing some devices here.

    Otherwise I would suggest waiting a little bit. A lot of good devices get announced in Q1/Q2 of the year and I would wait to see what they are before deciding.
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  5. MT Rotor

    MT Rotor Guest

    Nexus 4 does have 4g...
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  6. pasqo83

    pasqo83 Well-Known Member

    Must of went to a bad website - said the con was Nexus for is not 4g. Just looked around and it does. Thanks.

    Do you know what the battery life is like on the Nexus 4, is it quite good? Really liking the new motorola dorid phones, they really look wow.
  7. MT Rotor

    MT Rotor Guest

    Depends what carrier you have
  8. pasqo83

    pasqo83 Well-Known Member

    I am with T-Mobile/Orange or EE (UK).

    I am looking at Sony Experia Z as well, looks promising. I think the main issue as well is is 5inch screen too big, is 4.3 the right size of a screen. I just hate bulky phone, for example, I love the s3 but find it to big.
  9. Hadron

    Hadron Well-Known Member

    The Nexus 4 does not have UK-compatible 4g - IIRC there's one US network it's can be made to work with, but the frequencies are different here. So if EE 4G is important to you then unfortunately you don't want the Nexus.
  10. pasqo83

    pasqo83 Well-Known Member

    I retract my statement on this. I was looking at the Galaxy Note 2 and really loved it. For some reason, I am not a lover of big phones, almost defeats the purpose of it supposing to be practical but it kind of gripped me when I started to play with it.

    To be honest, Im not to over fussed with the 4g, as the majority of places I go to I have wireless connectivity and I don't over do it on the internet on my current one. I normally have within my 1gb allowance per month around 500 left per month. I am PC based so it doesn't really matter to much to me about speed, provided the information comes to me in a reasonable amount of time (3g is more than enough for me).

    Decisions Decisions! I want them all! lol :p

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