Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Endoran, Sep 14, 2010.
If you want you can get into specifics. iPhone 3GS for me. Before that was Samsung blackjack II.
blackberry bold 9700, blackberry bold 9000, iphone 3g, blackberry pearl 8100, cingular 8125
Blackjack 2 with winmo 6
I have a Tilt2 with WM 6.5. It was buggy and laggy, but the GPS worked perfectly!
Blackberry Curve 8320. Some kind of dumbphone before that (only got the curve 2 years ago but can't remember before that!)
Blackberry Bold 9700, Blackberry Bold 9000, Blackberry 8310
HTC Windows Mobil device, iphone 2g, 3g, 3gs, captivate I finally broke free! I didnt even want to give iPhone 4 a chance
blackberry 9700 (6 months)...blackberry torch (3 days)...captivate
Bold 9k here
I had a very dumb phone... LG Vu. New to Android and not looking back
3G Iphone which i do not miss at all
Motoral Q9H -Windows Mobile 6.1
And I'm done with Nokia series phone, my Captivate should arrive some time this week and i'm very excited.
I played with my coworker Moto Milestone and it was like night and day compare to my X6.
From the spec, Captivate should even exceed that. Symbien 3 is coming out with the new N8 but I'm done falling for that trap again. I think personally Nokia had fallen too far behind and been making a weak attempt to catch up. Mediocre hardware, screen resolutions, and applications support make it easy to goes Android or Iphone. The GPS work great but supported by inaccurate maps (OVI). Sorry about the vent, but the more i read about android, i just pity myself for sticking with Nokia.
Incite running WinMo 6.1
Blackjack I b4 that.
I am not sure why you lumped the 3G and 2G iphone together. Very different and they were selling the 3G alongside the 3GS until the 4 came out.
I had a 3G and i dont miss it at all.
SE Xperia X1 for me
I had an old Sony Ericson Z525a flip phone before my Samsung Captivate.
Blackberry 9000 and 9700 on AT&T. I do miss the pushed data and certain apps. But in media terms...the captivate destroys it, and it is a pretty mature phone...
I also had the first gen iPhone...grew bored of that phone most quick out of any phone...it is funny.
iPhone 2G...It wasn't love at first sight, but then again, I got it for free, then it was magical. Three years later, I still love that phone, but yeah, with new technologies, my phone looks crappy now. I still got it though =D
Got tired of carrying a phone and PDA so I bought a Cingular 8125.
Had a iP4 for 3 weeks and sent it back because it had multiple problems and didn't trust SJ that software was going to fix them. After reading about 4.1, it looks like the problems still exist.
I've had the Captivate for almost 2 months and love it!
Samsung Jack. Liked it, but hated Internet Exploder mobile. Couldn't get pages to load correctly and it took forever. Rooted and overclocked Blackjack 1 before that.
Nokia 5800 S60. The hardware of the Nokia seems better made. The speakers are sooooo much better on the Nokia. I detest the sound quality of the Captivate's puny external speaker. Evo 4g > Captivate, too.
Software wise, and for screen, the Captivate is the big winner, of course.
iPhone 2g and 3g were essentially the same in terms of hardware. The only significant difference was the network connectivity and GPS.
I moved to Cap after iPhone 2g, and could already never go back to iOS... but would still recommend iOS to non tech-savvy friends and family over android.
Just prior to the Captivate, I had an 8925/Tilt (AT&T) running a streamlined WM6.5 ROM. Decent phone, worked great as a WiFi Hotspot (using WMWiFiRouter), however the UI and applications were terribly cramped and effectively unusable via touch (the hardkey nav wasn't bad).
* Captivate (current)
* iPhone 4 (current)
iPhone 3Gs (sold)
* Droid X (current)
* BlackBerry 9700 (current)
* BlackBerry 9000 (current)
BB 8320 (sold)
BB 8310 (sold)
BB 8300 (sold)
BB 7130 (sold)