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Discussion in 'Smartphones & Other Devices' started by kimipatel, Jan 4, 2013.
Which was your first Android device?
For me Samsung Galaxy Tablet....
My first Android device was an Android smart phone - Samsung Galaxy SIII.
I'm with Fergal on this one.
Samsung Galaxy SIII. Beautiful phone, new operating system is outstanding. I used to be an iPhone junkie but immediately lost interest once iOS6 was introduced.
HTC ONE X is my first andriod device
Samsung GALAXY S II is my first android device. I had enjoyed this device and really like it.
I'm actually about to switch out my iPhone for a Samsung Galaxy SIII as well. Great to hear so many of you are happy with that phone.
Ainol Novo 7 Fire / Flame
7" IPS Screen Android 4.0 tablet pc is my first andriod device
My first Android device was Samsung Galaxy S II with extraordinary features and there are plenty of most interesting and entertaining android apps are available.
Why are you going to make that switch. I'm actually not that happy with my Samsung Galaxy SIII, it is not very easy to use. From what I have seen the iPhone appears to be much more user-friendly.
To tell you the truth. I don't have any Android Phones/Device. I'm looking forward on buying Samsung Galaxy Pocket. I have to wait 'til it become affordable for me.
Samsung galaxy S was my first android phone. I don't use it anymore and now its a part of my phone collection.
For my line of work I really need to move to an Android device that will allow me to use my phone as a hotspot. Being a Linux based phone makes it easier for me to work on any issues that need my attention when I'm on the road. The iPhone is great but I need something far more advanced at this point. I really wanted the Note 2 but the price tag is just too steep for me to justify it at this point.
My first android device was samsung galaxy note 2 & now htc one x+.
iphone 4 is my First android device ...
iPhone 4 is not an android device. It uses iOS which is the Apple smartphone OS
A Samsung galaxy s2 for me, though I hated it.
The battery depleted far too fast for my liking.
I was used to iPhone before-hand you see.