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(Business Insider)   User: "Siri, what is the best voice-controlled phone AI?" Siri: "Not me"   (businessinsider.com) divider line 53
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2012-07-10 06:26:57 PM
"tanman1975: iPhone is for people who have no desire to tinker with the phone to make it not suck."

Fixed that for you.

Your statement is kind of like saying BMW's suck because they work, real men use Ford Pinto's because they enjoy tinkering with it so it doesn't explode.
 
2012-07-10 06:28:20 PM
"tanman1975: iPhone is for people who want a phone to work well and make sense, and who have no desire to tinker with an Android phone to make it not suck, and pray they get OS updates."

Fixed that for you.

Your statement is kind of like saying BMW's suck because they work, real men use Ford Pinto's because they enjoy tinkering with it so it doesn't explode.
 
2012-07-10 06:49:59 PM

timujin: I'm also a fan of a physical keyboard. I have a couple of friends who have the Samsung Stratosphere and they seem to really like them. I was thinking of going with the S3, but might get the Stratosphere just for the keyboard.


I just moved from a Motorola Flipside to a Samsung Captivate Glide about 2 weeks ago. I do really like Samsung's hardware but they're pretty notorious for slow updates. The glide is running 2.3.6, and is *supposed* to get ICS sometime this summer, but I'm not holding my breath. Sadly, it seems like all the hardware keyboard phones since the G1 have had just awful 3rd party support. My G1 had tons of roms, but until my flipside was over a year old we had nothing but root, and we just barely got a half-working cyanogenmod port. I blame part of the flipside's problem on no source released and a locked bootloader, but the glide doesn't have either of those problems and still has minimal 3rd party support - we've got a couple of custom kernels and 2 roms, one a skinned version of stock and the other stock minus bloatware.
 
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