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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Carldvs, May 5, 2011.

  1. Carldvs

    Carldvs Member
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    I had a late night last night as you can imagine. lol
    But, I put to bed any worries I had on changing my phone. iPhone 4 previous, so I was worried about my Contacts, the Micro Sim and Music. I followed instructions off net and transferred everything.
    Another worry was the speaker. I remember the Nexus 1 and the Desire HD handsets being so quiet, to miss a call is easy.
    But this is not only as good, it's louder than my iPhone was.
    On my dinner break at work now fiddling away and I've messed with the phone at every opportunity, but I still have 50% charge.
    I've now found my perfect phone.
     

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    I agree 100% It's an amazing phone. I had the iPhone for a year or so and have now found a smartphone that does everything I need. It's like Andorid is for adults whereas the iOS is for children! ;)
     
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    I wouldn't say that exactly. I would say that to get the best out of an Android device, you need to be fairly technically minded - most people are not.

    I have used both platforms extensively, and will probably purchase the sensation on release. My take is:

    iOS is an operating environment designed to support apps. It's super-smooth, and doesn't get bogged down. When you use an app, you dive in - get what you need - and dive out again.
    Android is a far more integrated system. When you install an app or perform a tweak with Android it tends to integrate itself at more of a system level - which is great for seamless information.

    The both owe each other lot.
     
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    Completely agree. iPhone is for the 'commoners' where as android is for the techsavvy of us. :)
     
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    interesting.

    How will that argument stand up when there are more Android devices circulating than any other?

    Thanks for playing though ;)
     
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    No!! :p I meant in that because it's so "simple." As in most people just "flock to the iPhone because its so simple" whereas (at least the high end devices) people go for them due too their ability to customise and because they don't want to be locked down in the Apple way. Well that's what I think, but that's probably wrong?? :p
     
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    Not right or wrong mate - it's your opinion, that's all.

    ;)
     

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