Your phone, likes/dislikes about it?

#1
I own a Nexus 5 for more than a year and I can say that I'm pretty happy about it.
It has a large, beautiful scree, it is light, it's performance isn't top notch anymore, but it is still a beast when it comes to precessing. But I have to say that the battery is small for it's processor and screen and it drains pretty fast.
What about your phone?
 
#2
I have a HTC, I'm mostly happy with it and have had it for a few years. There are, however, a few things about it that frustrate me. The first thing is the battery. The battery goes down ridiculously quickly. If I use it heavily one day then I need to charge the battery several times. I even tried buying a brand new battery and it was exactly the same, no different at all. The other thing that annoys me is trying to find a decent browser that works with all the sites I use. I think that's more of a general problem with Android though, rather than with the phone. There are also certain apps which are incompatible with it.
 

pwarbi

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#4
I also have an HTC ONE (M8) which i have had only a few months and i havn't had any problems with it at all, in fact i already plan on upgrading to the new HTC (M9) that came out a couple of weekes ago.
Before i got this phone i had a blackberry and loved the physical keyboard and I was a bit aprehensive about taking the plunge and investing in a full touch screen phone but I have to say i'm glad i did.
I don't work for HTC or anything but i would tell anybody that these are some of the best phones on the market at the moment, I dont take much notice of awards but they have also won best smartphone for the past couple of years so, if you want an alternative to the iphone, i'd certainly recommend HTC.
 
#6
I also have an HTC ONE (M8) which i have had only a few months and i havn't had any problems with it at all, in fact i already plan on upgrading to the new HTC (M9) that came out a couple of weekes ago.
Before i got this phone i had a blackberry and loved the physical keyboard and I was a bit aprehensive about taking the plunge and investing in a full touch screen phone but I have to say i'm glad i did.
I don't work for HTC or anything but i would tell anybody that these are some of the best phones on the market at the moment, I dont take much notice of awards but they have also won best smartphone for the past couple of years so, if you want an alternative to the iphone, i'd certainly recommend HTC.
Yep, despite the minor problems that I have mentioned above, I do actually still rate HTC quite highly and would also recommend them. There's also the fact that they are bulletproof, or the HTC Desire S was anyway! It saved a guy's life by taking a bullet when it was in his shirt pocket. The bullet didn't penetrate the phone! I'm also thinking about upgrading to the new HTC One.
 

pwarbi

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#7
Yep, despI couldn't posste the minor problems that I have mentioned above, I do actually still rate HTC quite highly and would also recommend them. There's also the fact that they are bulletproof, or the HTC Desire S was anyway! It saved a guy's life by taking a bullet when it was in his shirt pocket. The bullet didn't penetrate the phone! I'm also thinking about upgrading to the new HTC One.
Well nobody as ever taken a shot at me (yet) so I can't comment on that aspect of the phone! But they are a brilliant bit of kit