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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Sdahe, Apr 24, 2011.
If you were to change your iPhone for an Android phone... which Android would be?
My son has an ANDROID phone.
After watching him fight with it for 6 months or so I'd have to say ....
NO I will NOT be changing to any Android phone.
I'm thinking.... 4G and my iphone with ATT is still 3G.. it makes me want to think about getting an Android. I hope this bad feelings go away soon.. hahaha
There is a .00000001% chance I would ever give up my iPhone. If I had no choice and had to go Android it would be an Evo or Thunderbolt.
I will be returning back to Android After i get tired of ios.
What do you use your phone for now? If you use it to surf the net, play a few games, use a few apps, make calls and send texts, then your experience will not be much different on an android phone. So you have to ask yourself if paying another $100 to $200 to upgrade to what you are doing now is worth it.
I'll much rather get a Blackberry torch or Windows phone 7. They are both fine phones.
I hate Android with a passion.
Hahahahahaha... I love that last sentence.
I wouldn't change it for any other phone. ever.
What he said.
Pretty much sums it up for my immediate plans.
Not in the near future.
I'm Jailbroken and I like getting updates.
If I was forced (would have to be at gunpoint) to give up my iPhone for an Android it would be for the Atrix 4g.
I would, but I currently don't have any incentive or reason to.
Really, at gunpoint? I've tried my friend's Atrix 4G (AT&T) and it's an amazing phone in every way!
I hate your avatar makes me have to look whether it's real, lol
I would go back to my original moto droid (only got it because I got tired of waiting on the verizon ip4)(was best phone I ever had till the ip4)
ONLY ONLY ONLY...
...if I lost or killed my ip4 and could not afford a replacement
I'd only switch out if iOS ceased to exist. OR Apple somehow managed to mess it up so bad that it was unusable... and then only after my iPhone 4 broke and I couldn't find a replacement.
Then... I don't know. Maybe I'd get a Blackberry Torch or something. Maybe.
I have no plans to leave iOS for Android.
From a strictly iOS standpoint I think Android is good enough to use interchangeably and some of the hardware is superior.
But I am so invested financially in apps and in time in organizing iTunes that I don't think I'll be moving around any time soon.
Apple trapped me, but I don't mind.
After having a Droid Eris that refused to charge except only when it is placed at a 45 degree angle from the edge of the desk that has to be at least six inches above the desk, I think I'll stick with my Verizon iPhone 4. (Android is a piece of *****). The Droid for me was slow and unresponsive and crashed very often.