What Cellphone or Smartphone Do You Use?


#1

I generally get curious about what kind of devices people use and why. I have my own specific preferences when it comes to buying smartphones and for me if a phone doesn’t have certain features, I take it off my list.

I use the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. I don’t like keeping a phone in a case so I had a skin put on the phone. For me, I also need a phone that has an expandable memory slot. I also like a lot of screen area for watching movies and reading documents for work. I chose Samsung because their Galaxy line (with the exception of the Note 7) is generally very reliable. I’ve never had a problem with the hardware. In terms of the stock Samsung software, some of it is useful but for the most part I don’t do anything with it. One of the big standouts for me with the S7 was the Edge screen with notification. It’s really handy to have when the phone is on it’s side to have a streaming ticker of notifications.

So, what cellphone / smartphone do you use and why?


#2

I like my iPhone 6 plus .


#3

I use to the LG V30 and IMHO it’s one of the best phones ever made.


#4

I use an Alcatel 2g flip phone… you ain’t following me around…


#5

But they are following you around.
Your tracked from cell tower to cell tower just by turning on your phone.


#6

iPhone 5s.

I’ll use it till it breaks.


#7

Yeah that target is pretty big compared to GPS … and unlike the newer phones that can still tracked when they are ‘off’… mine isn’t that way and it isn’t on all the time…


#8

My work gives all employees a phone so I just use that. I don’t see the point in paying for a phone or carrying around a separate phone when I have to keep my work phone on me at all times. I have the iPhone 7 Plus. I don’t particularly love it, but I’m not paying for it :money_mouth_face:


#9

samsung galaxy s7. Got it for $250 after peopel were dumping it en masse when the 8 came out. THis is my second smart phone ever, the first being a lg g flex 2, that got itself into a permanent boot-loop after about 3 years of usage.


#10

With new phones coming out so quickly it’s probably pretty easy to get a good deal if you look for one.


#11

Especially when smart phones cost as much as a laptop nowadays, and thats not the only similarity. More complicated parts into a confined space meaning at some point over its life time, one part would fail and sometimes render the entire thing useless.


#12

Microsoft Windows Phone 10.