I'm in the market for a new phone (i personally have AT&T boo I know), and I was just wondering what phones you guys have and if you like it.
I have the original droid/ verizon. I did, however, pick out new phones for my parents this weekend and they both got the moto Electrify. Pretty nice phone. I kinda want to get an iPhone, but I think I wont be upgrading my phone for a while yet.
LG Optimus S
It's a Gingerbread Android. It's also purple. It's a budget smartphone, coming in at like, a hundred bucks with contract. It definitely shows, lacking the hardware necessary to make it a smooth experience.
That said, I still love my phone, and having a Sprint phone lets me tether for free still.
I got a Samsung Vibrant on T-Mobile and want to upgrade it to a nexus or an iPhone 5. Check out this article on Tested.com if you are interested in android phones.
I've had the Motorola Atrix for a while and it's great. Pretty sure tested said it was the best AT&T android phone when it came out. It feels fast and it got updated to gingerbread so I should have it for a long time. I definitely recommend it.
Galaxy S...it's fucking terrible. Samsung really couldn't give a shit less about supporting it and so I got stuck juggling half-ass ROMs for it.
But if you're looking to jump ship I can't recommend Galaxy S II enough. That's the one Samsung went all out for.
Nokia N97 mini and I love it. I'm really going to miss it when it comes to getting a new contract, but hell if I am staying with Orange for any longer.
Might spring for a Nokia E7, or wait and see if the guy who codes my Twitter app makes the jump to W7. Mostly I'll follow him, but hope he stays with Nokia as that is essentially what I want to do. No-one makes phones like Nokia.
Whatever the feature phone I got for $15 (after coupon) on Ting.com was. I'm a software engineer with fifteen years experience who makes a pretty good salary and has disposable income . . . I just don't give a shit about cell phones or smart phones. My phone takes calles, lets me get voicemails, and handles text messages -- which is already more shit than I want a phone to do.
All my calls go through Google Voice and I do 90% of my talking via that.