Any other phone?

shawndc1

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lately i have fell in love with the HTC ONE M8, i want to have one but im use to apple products i dont want to learn any other operating system, my wants are strong but my common sense says dont waste money on a phone for temporary wantings,But on the flip side i will purchase the iphone 6 soon as its avail....has any one else had their eyes on another phone other than the iphone 6?
 

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lately i have fell in love with the HTC ONE M8, i want to have one but im use to apple products i dont want to learn any other operating system, my wants are strong but my common sense says dont waste money on a phone for temporary wantings,But on the flip side i will purchase the iphone 6 soon as its avail....has any one else had their eyes on another phone other than the iphone 6?
Well you just said you don't want to learn another OS. Apple only has the iPhone. So seems like your best bet is just to wait for the iPhone 6. But Android and Windows Phone are very easy to use, just as iOS is.
 

maflynn

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I have a Lumia icon at the moment and I have an eye toward's Samsung this fall for the Note 4
 

T5BRICK

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The original HTC One(M7) is a great phone and I enjoyed using one for about 6 months. I do need to point out that the camera sucked.

Check out the Moto X, it's arguably one of the best Android phones available right now.
 

shawndc1

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The original HTC One(M7) is a great phone and I enjoyed using one for about 6 months. I do need to point out that the camera sucked.

Check out the Moto X, it's arguably one of the best Android phones available right now.
i seriously want this htc one m8 lol, i guess just to have its calling my name

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Well you just said you don't want to learn another OS. Apple only has the iPhone. So seems like your best bet is just to wait for the iPhone 6. But Android and Windows Phone are very easy to use, just as iOS is.
back in the day i had the G1 via tmobile, i loved that phone
 

jdechko

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I really like the Lumia 1520. I'm thinking about getting that as a convergent device to replace my iPhone and carry tablet duties. I'd much rather only have 1 device.
 

ozaz

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has any one else had their eyes on another phone other than the iphone 6?
I take it you're new to this sub-forum :D

If you just want a second device to play with until iPhone 6 comes out but don't want to waste money on flagship prices, I'd recommend getting a used Moto X. Furthermore, stock Android (more or less what you get on Moto X) is not very different to iOS.
 

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I thought that if I would avoid Apple and Samsung smartphones altogether, I would be selling myself short and have a very limited catalog to choose from. Not so! Plenty of HTC, LG, and Sony phones to keep me interested.

My latest choices deals with exciting price points.

Asus Zenfone 5! In red! $150! But the rumored specs and possible price point of the Moto E has also got me excited. I'm hoping $99! Now that will really change the game for entry level phones. Moto E only at 6mm thin and with a expandable memory slot to boot.

So Zenfone 5 or Moto E for me. But there is still a ton of phones that will likely get released later in the year with just enough exciting specs and price points...
 

pdqgp

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lately i have fell in love with the HTC ONE M8, i want to have one but im use to apple products i dont want to learn any other operating system
Once you move to Android and see how it is so much more useful than the limited iOS platform, you'll wish you made the move sooner. You don't have to be a technical nerd or a phone geek to work them or appreciate the differences either. However, if you're not at all interested in the upgrades or a power user of a smart phone, then yes, perhaps stay iOS.
 

ozaz

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Asus Zenfone 5
Hadn't even considered ASUS for smartphones.
Just had a quick look....PixelMaster tech looks interesting and the ZenUI actually looks pretty nice.

A bit of a shame they haven't put a 13MP camera in the 5" Zenfone.
 

shawndc1

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Once you move to Android and see how it is so much more useful than the limited iOS platform, you'll wish you made the move sooner. You don't have to be a technical nerd or a phone geek to work them or appreciate the differences either. However, if you're not at all interested in the upgrades or a power user of a smart phone, then yes, perhaps stay iOS.
ive had android before in the past, i guess im just lazy towards transferring information unless it can be transferred.... which phone do you have?
 

pdqgp

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ive had android before in the past, i guess im just lazy towards transferring information unless it can be transferred.... which phone do you have?
Went from an iPhone 4s to the Galaxy Note 3 running Nova Launcher and 64gb of additional storage.