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Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by WhackyPanos, Jan 14, 2015.
iPhone 5s. Good enough for my needs
Sony Xperia Z2 on android, 4.4.4 but soon 5.0.1 (Sony said February ^^)
next to my old Nexus 4, still working flawless, also Battery time got better since i only use it as a walkman xD
And a Nexus 7 Tablet, always with me x)
Galaxy S4, I don't play any games on it because the battery dies out fast.
HTC One but i play games on my NVIDIA Shield tablet, love me some android
I am rocking a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 running Lollipop!
btw if any of you own a Nexus 6 please start a conversation with me.
Absolutely..or even a OnePlus
I'm using a OnePlus One Pretty sweet phone
Nexus 5 32gb Lollipop 5.01 I play Brave Frontier (sometimes) got into Crusader Quest and enjoying it quite a lot.
i personally use a Motorola Moto G, one of the cheapest mid-high range Android KitKat devices available and I believe they're one of the first devices getting Android 5? It's got everything I need in a phone and its specs are decent enough to see me through at least another 2 years, and I've already been using it for over a year now, this is the longest i've kept a mobile phone!
as far as games go i generally play whatever the current time-wasting, life draining and addicting game is. so at the moment it's currently Crossy Road, One More Line, Bit Coin Billionaire and Peggle Blast! I want to find a game I can get and come back to regularly but games like Clash of Clans and Boom Beach that're built for that sort of thing really don't peak my interest, they're so mundane.
before I had this Moto G i used a HTC 7 Pro, a Windows Phone 7 device which I actually really loved and would jump at the chance to own again! loved the little flip out keyboard because as i've said a lot, I much prefer the feel and tangible keys.
Oneplus One 64GB Cyanogenmod 12!! AMAZING!!!
nexus 4 didnt support 4g because at the time there was still no solidified standard on what type to support, and the carriers were slow to decide or roll out. And the nexus 5 DOES support verizon... but Verizon refused to allow it on thier network because google wouldnt let them force thier crappy verizon apps into the system. that was verizons fault. the nexus 5 supports the verizon network but is not allowed to be activated to it as a rule from verizon.
Htc One M8 with lots of games
galaxy s5 and iphone 6!
galaxy with 4.4 don't really like lolipop
Galaxy S4, though I might change back to iPhone after having Android for 4 years.
I own an iPhone 5S.. and yeah I do play some games but only those who got online multiplayer functionality.
Yeah but after having 4g speeds on my Galaxy Nexus 'upgrading' to the nexus 4 would have been more of a 'downgrade'. And yeah, I definitely think the nexus 5 problems were more of a Verizon issue than Google ... but that really just emphasizes my earlier point that the carriers have too much control over the android ecosystem.
Galaxy S4 - Chess when I'm really bored. Thinking about the OnePlus One after our Verizon contract ends at the end of the year.
GS5, Kit Kat, Don't really game on it. Its a solid phone but nothing really special about it.
I got that iPhone 6 plus but probably getting a note 4
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