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Will I be able to live without Andoird?

Discussion in 'Android Mobile Devices' started by Benoit99, Feb 1, 2013.

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  1. Benoit99

    Benoit99 Thread Starter

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    Been a couple of years with Android and it has been a happy experience minus the battery backup. :)

    Now, I feel like switching to Nokia 920, not that I I dont like Android but I want a change. I loved the metro interface and a mobile device with similar interface would be attractive.

    Will I miss Android? (No, I dont want to keep two phone in my pocket)

    Should I make the switch?

    Device: Galaxy S2
     
  2. SpoonLicker

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    A Samsung Galaxy series of smartphones is basically an Android series of smartphones.

    Metro and Samsung both have Android-powered devices.

    Basically, you're not making any change, as it's the same OS, it's just upgraded, depending on what version you have of Android in the first place.
     
  3. Rearden

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    The Nokia Lumia 920 is a Windows phone. It doesn't run Android. It's a different operating system.

    If the apps you use are on Windows Phone, and you like the interface, then you should be happy.
     
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    SpoonLicker Banned

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    My bad. Nokia devices are usually the architecture that Microsoft manufacturers their Windows OS to work with.

    I mistook the poster for stating that they wanted a different device, whereas Android runs on different devices, carriers, etc.
     
  5. YerOldPoison

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    > Bill Gates: "Windows Phone was a bad idea"
    +1

    Not that I hate on it, but Android is much more versatile.
     
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