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Old 03-19-2015, 08:18 PM   #61
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I have had iPhone 4and for the last year I have had an iPhone 5 and I have loved them very user friendly and great to use mabey in an other couple years I'll get the next latest and greatest iPhone
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Old 03-19-2015, 09:04 PM   #62
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Smart phone, whats that? MY rotary dial ain't smart.

MY rotary dialer never breaks either........although, it's a little tough to carry around.


Seriously...Samsung Galaxy S4 on Sprint with "hotspot" capabilities.
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Old 03-19-2015, 09:07 PM   #63
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Only reason it's tough to carry around is 'cause cords to short.
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Well, it is sort of earth shattering.... a 5.5 inch display at 2560x1440 538ppi IPS display is quite impressive (and does not feel that large. (Compare that to those other two phones which have 4.7 inch display at 1334-by-750-pixel resolution at 326 ppi, or a 5.5 inch display at 1920-by-1080-pixel resolution at 401 ppi )

Has some other nice features too such as the on/off and volume up/down on the back vs. the side; takes Micro SD card (many smart phones done anymore) and the quad-core snapdragon processor, with 3 Mb of ram make it fast.

So, yes I have one, sold a Moto Droid Maxx and dropped Verizon and purchased the LG G3 from AT&T. No problem so far.

Yah what he said. It is a great phone and does not feel big but has a huge screen and small bezels. Oh yes I have the LG G3 also.
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Consumer Reports rates the Samsung Galaxy S5 the best.
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Consumer Reports rates the Samsung Galaxy S5 the best.
Its been a great phone so far

Samsung Galaxy S5 tops Consumer Reports latest smartphone ratings
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(We've had iPhones starting at the 3G and currently have the 5C. We like the 6 but not the 6 Plus, it's just TOO big!!)
That would be the Apple Watch, Right?
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Wife and I both carry Nexus 5's on AT&T under a BYOD plan. Pure Android and no carrier bloat.

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I'm still holding out for my George Jetson watch!



(We've had iPhones starting at the 3G and currently have the 5C. We like the 6 but not the 6 Plus, it's just TOO big!!)
every phone company has its competition

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I have the 5 but I can see it being easier to use the 6+ but size has it fall backs to just wondering how people that have the 6+ think


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I love my 6+. Know that I have large hands, but it never feels "too big". And the extra screen size makes using it SOOO much more enjoyable, especially when using a Web browser. I pick up my old iPhone5 and it feels so tiny now...
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