lets just a blackberry on tmobile bits the dust and the thing was cheap but i got 27 trade in when i went to verizon and got my iphone 4 earlier in the month thought about shooting it with my shot gun to see what happens to it but i did not
webOS, good but very bad hardware and really needs better processor speed to run well. Also Android, FroYo and Gingerbread.
My first smartphone was PalmOS on the Treo 755p I had, before getting the Palm Pre with webOS.
SG2 with Gingerbread is great. Nexus with Ice Cream Sandwich kinda OK.
Newest, just received yesterday is Nokia 800 with Mango 7.5! Now this is a nice phone and what is best, it uses the same size SIM card as the 4S so you can switch back and forth with ease! Forget everything you have seen about a Windows phone, the Mango version on this phone will make it very popular. AT&T will have the Nokia ACE with front facing camera in March with LTE.
I had a Samsung Focus (awesome phone with Windows Phone 7), until it met its unfortunate demise in a duck pond, replaced it with an iPhone 4S because the new Windows Phone 7 devices seemed the same as the first generation. Before the Focus I had a Blackberry Torch for business and an iPhone 3G for personal use.
Very first was the Palm Treo 700p on Verizon. Then got the iPhone 3g on AT&T, then iPhone 4, then sold that to get the 4S.
I tried out my friend's Droid 1 for like 10 minutes (this was in the days of Android 2.1), and it was a little complicated. The back button which is different from home button, depending on the application? Im sure I could figure it out eventually, but iOS was simple for me.
I just got a HP WebOS Touchpad; I love it. It is a solid OS and it was a good decision for HP to Open Source it. Of course it would have been better to continue producing devices, but whatever. Honestly, if there was a solid WebOS competitor to the iPhone for my next phone, I wouldn't know which one I would buy. Probably iPhone because I already bought all these apps, but it would still be tough.
Used several friends blackberry's when I dont have a phone with me.
My brother has an Android, and I have use it.
Never actually used a windows phone but I have played with it.
Oh, and I also have used Symbian OS
I have used all of them . Android on a sgs2, t-mobile g1, Htc desire, Htc desire z, Htc incredible s and Htc sensation. WebOS on a palm pre 2. Windows phone 7 on a HTC Mozart 7. iOS on an iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, 1st gen iPod touch and an iPad 2. Blackberry os on the blackberry bold 9700 and blackberry bold 9780. Symbian on a Nokia n95 and Motorola z10.
A palm treo was my first smartphone and I loved it. Although I'm sure it would be a different experience if I had to use it now. there was a flashback episode of big bang theory on the other day were Sheldon whipped out his treo and checked for an email with the stylus and it made me smile! I wonder how long before we all are like: "remember when we had to use Siri? Awww"
After that I used a blackberry for a little while before I got the first iPhone. Played around with my brother in law's new razr over Christmas and felt bad for him. I can't see using anything other than iOS at this point.