Seriously thinking of getting the OnePlus One phone. After leaving my Nexus on a beach in Ibiza, I need something! Using my old iPhone 4 and the contrast between that and the Nexus is massive. The OnePlus One is a CyanogenMod phone - a version of Andorid, sort of like the Nexus, which was Google. This phone also uses a weird feature to first allow you to purchase the phone - you have to get an invite to buy one first. The price is surprisingly decentm considering the specs. My only worry is the large size of it.http://www.tomshardware.com/news/oneplus-android-smartphone-google-cyanogenmod,26610.html
I'd think carefully before spending that much on a Chinese phone LL.Don't get me wrong the spec you get for the money is fantastic but I've had one, albeit a cheaper one, and the quality was very poor and connectivity always seemed to be a problem.
Funny to see the price of the iPhone 6 when the spec is the same as the Nexus 4, a phone they brought out a few years ago. That Nexus 4 was a cracking phone too.
Cheers. Ya I've been looking into it more, and it looks like it's not fully supported in Ireland in terms of coverage. Like the only bands it uses with Three is 4G.
Just picked up the galaxy note III, only had it switched on for about an hour, mostly just updates for the phone and its apps so far. Got a free Galaxy Gear thrown in, not sure if I'll use it.
At the cheaper end of the market I also had a go of the Moto G 4G today. What a brilliant phone that is. If you want the pure Android experience without it being skinned all over then at £125 sim free that has to easily be the best priced smartphone out there. And it's got a quad core processor in. It actually felt a lot faster than the Galaxy S4 I had previously and it must be a third of the price.
Great phone although I went for the standard version as I don't have any real need for 4G at the minute.
Just got this delivered this morning after getting a great offer on my upgrade.£21 per month unlimited and 3GB Data.Only got a brief look so far but seems a great but of kit.
Had the S6 Edge for a year now and struggle to see how I could personally get anymore out of a mobile phone.
I haven't got one but I've heard they've got a really good vibration motor, I can see how that'd appeal to you.
Ah, they could reshape it. You're onto something here.Only a conversation with Exiled could turn a comment about my mobile phone being great into me shoving the said mobile phone up my riggot.
Anyone got the Samsung S8, if so what do you think?