- My first android phone…
Was just looking at 1 of them today ….
Would you post your initial thoughts later in the week …. it does look pretty good but i wouldn’t mind hearing the thoughts of a new owner ( never had an Android phone myself either so not really sure how good they may be)
taPosted 7 years agoCougarSubscriber
The iPhone is capable of a lot more than any Android device at present.
You’re going to have to quantify that with examples, otherwise I’m going to cry skcollob.
We’ve got both in this house, and I’ve yet to see anything particularly important that one handset can do that the other can’t.Posted 7 years agoSurf-MatMember
Desire is brilliant – Compass, Tracker (for running and cycling) is superb, Google Sky Maps, Google Maps, scientific calculator, notepad, etc,etc – all great AND because the battery life isn’t amazing, you CAN replace it with a spare when it runs out. I-phones can’t…Posted 7 years agoloddrikMember
It’s horses for courses, I had a 3gs, bought a desire then swapped back to an iPhone 4 after 4 weeks, I personally find the iPhone a much better device. One of the reasons I went to the desire is I wanted to swap batteries but once I had the facility I never bothered. The iPhone 4 battery seems to last as long as 2 desire batteries and charges much quicker. I hate apple and all the crap that surrounds them but having tried android I realise how much better the iPhone is and won’t be going to an android device again.
Typed on my iPhone….
P.s. It is not the best phone but phone calls account for about 2% of what I use it for so it isn’t an issue.Posted 7 years ago
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