Which phone do you like?

Discussion in 'polls' started by jingjing, Jun 27, 2013.

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Which Phone do you like?

  1. Samsung GALAXY S4

    74.2%
  2. Iphone 5

    32.3%
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  1. jingjing

    jingjing Registered Member

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    A Samsung GALAXY S4
    B Iphone 5
     
  2. ZeroDay

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    I prefer the iPhone, I just think IOS is so much more refined.
     
  3. Solarlynx

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    LOL I even don't know what they are. And I don't care. I'm quite satisfied with my humble cell phone. It's so old that its has film camera. :argh:
     
  4. mattdocs12345

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    neither one
     
  5. ams963

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    Between the two I'd go for Galaxy S4. If the options are open, I'd go for another phone.;)
     
  6. EASTER

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    Galaxy Note is my favorite of all. So i voted Galaxy 4.
     
  7. roger_m

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    I've got neither but, love my Android phones, and never have and probably never will own an iPhone so voted for the S4. I really think the S4 is miles ahead of the iPhone 5 in terms of features. Hopefully the iPhone 6 will actually add new features, rather than simply coming out with a bigger screen.
     
  8. jingjing

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    I totally agree with you
     
  9. jingjing

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    It's a pity that apple has little innovation
     
  10. Noob

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    Samsung Galaxy S4. Call me fanboy but thats just my honest answer. :D
    I prefer Android over iOS, as simple as that.
     
  11. ZeroDay

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    If it aint broke don't fix it ;)
     
  12. roger_m

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    It's not about fixing anything, you can add new features without breaking what's already there. I know people who have purchased an iPhone 5 and are dissappointed because they do nothing that the 4S doesn't do.

    But iPhone's are not just falling behind due to a lack of innovation, it really is idiotic in my opinion having just a single model iPhone 5, when if you buy an Android phone you have such a wide choice of phones you can buy a phone with anything from a sub 4" screen size to 6.5" inches.

    I'm not saying that iPhones are bad phones, but they are limited.
     
  13. jingjing

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    It is difficult to have a big innovation when it is relatively perfect.
     
  14. Tyrizian

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    In what way's do you think iPhones are limited?
     
  15. roger_m

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    They are falling behind Android phones in terms of features.
    The battery is not user replaceable.
    You can't increase storage space by adding a micro SD card.
    You don't have a choice of screen sizes.
    You can't send files to another phone or PC via Bluetooth.
    Apps are not scalable, hence why you get get a black bar at the bottom of the screen when running older apps on an iPhone 5. Android apps scale to any resolution.

    and I could go on.
     
  16. FanJ

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    Sorry, neither of them. I cannot read them. Using a Doro PhoneEasy (for elderly people and for those with eye problems). Just phone and SMS. So glad to have one that I can read, if I use it.
    http://www.doro.com/
     
  17. Seven64

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    Land line, dependable and will work when all these toys won't. Plus Obam will have a harder time tracing me.
     
  18. Noob

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    I thought the only choices were the poll options. :rolleyes:
     
  19. J_L

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    I like both, but I would only buy the phablet unless there's a steal. Poll choices are too limited anyways, cause I like more than just those. :D
     
  20. Tyrizian

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    1. You may be right, Android might have a different feature set than the iPhone's feature set, but to me, it's all about how the overall experience is for the user/what the ecosystem consists of. I think it depends on the person's view and what they're looking for in particular.

    2. I agree, it's a pain not being able to replace the battery (yourself) on an iPhone.

    3. I agree, extra storage space would be a plus. But, it all depends on the requirements wanted by an individual.

    4. Yet again, it all depends on the user and what they want and need. If it fits the requirement of that user, then they can care less of other screen sizes. For me, the screen size on the iPhone is plenty big, So it doesn't bug me that I don't have that choice. Any bigger is too big (My Opinion).

    5. You don't necessarily need Bluetooth to achieve this.

    6. I've never ran into this issue on my iPhone, Apps work pretty good for me, even old ones.

    I have owned an Android phone previous to owning an iPhone, and quite honestly...My experience on the iPhone has been a lot better and more enjoyable, than it has when I was using Android.

    I'm not saying Android phones are terrible, they're quite good actually. But for me, personally...I like the iPhone.
     
  21. MR X

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    well i guess if your ecosystem consist of only iphone peeps. then yea go with iphone. but if your ecosystem consist of the world wide web, then get the S4 is is a much more friendlier os. have you ever tried to send a pic,mp3 or just about any file to like dropbox among other apps. also it's file support is totally lame. i download alot of movies with different formats mp4,avi,mkv etc.. my s4 plays them all with no problems or added apps. also you can side load apps from a memory stick or from you dropbox. here's a nice video explaining only 10 things but trust me there are plenty more.
    http://youtu.be/WdU29krrqqg
     
  22. Impet

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    Galaxy S4 is big like a telephone box, therefore I would go with Iphone.
     
  23. roger_m

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    Or you go with one of the hundreds of models of Android phones with a smaller screen size than the S4.
     
  24. Impet

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    Absolutely right. ;)
     
  25. jadinolf

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    Sounds like my $10 Samsung from 2000. Guess what- it works.:D
     
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