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#21 ace™

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Posted June 25, 2011 - 01:00 PM

Lol there's fanboys for both iPhone and Android in here. Still webOS >>> both of em.


Can't forget about the sole webOS fanboy on TLN either lol

We have an apple spokesman and a webOS spokesman haha

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Posted June 25, 2011 - 01:33 PM

Can't forget about the sole webOS fanboy on TLN either lol

We have an apple spokesman and a webOS spokesman haha


Am I really a fanboy though? I've had blackberry, android, iPhone right now & webOS. Or am I a consumer who decided after all that that webOS is the best for me instead of listening to others or following?

I'm probably the most unbiased tech junkie you'll meet. In my house we use PS3 & 360, MacBook and a Compaq running Windows 7 with a Linux partition. Gf has a EVO 4G & I have a iPhone for now cuz my webOS phone died.

I'm not saying I hate everything and only like webOS. I enjoy certain things about all the major mobile OS but webOS to me is the best yet might not be to others. Sall gravy

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Posted June 25, 2011 - 02:44 PM

Maybe fanboy was too harsh lol

You do "promote" it a lot though.

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Posted June 25, 2011 - 03:00 PM

Can't forget about the sole webOS fanboy on TLN either lol

We have an apple spokesman and a webOS spokesman haha


Who is the Apple spokesman? :hmm:

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Posted June 25, 2011 - 03:06 PM

Maybe fanboy was too harsh lol

You do "promote" it a lot though.


LOL, I just want people to at least look at it, can't knock it till you try it nah mean

Who is the Apple spokesman? :hmm:

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yup, that why i dont bother posting in ps3 vs 360, apple vs windows, iphone vs droid vs webOS type of threads. too many fanboys


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Posted June 25, 2011 - 05:02 PM

still lovin android personally

key word there is personally....don't listen to anyone in this thread, the beauty of phones nowadays there are so many of them, you aren't really limited to anything...figure out what YOU want your phone to be able to do, and what you want it to do well...and start your search from there.

things that were important to me, removable storage, user interface and its available level of customization, picture/video quality, power/speed of the phone itself

i have the droid incredible, and to this day i've been able to get it to do everything that i want it to do, and how i want it done...i've yet to run across a situation where i say i wish i could "blank" with this phone, and haven't been able to make it happen

and its not even jailbroken

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Posted June 25, 2011 - 09:48 PM

still lovin android personally

key word there is personally....don't listen to anyone in this thread, the beauty of phones nowadays there are so many of them, you aren't really limited to anything...figure out what YOU want your phone to be able to do, and what you want it to do well...and start your search from there.

things that were important to me, removable storage, user interface and its available level of customization, picture/video quality, power/speed of the phone itself

i have the droid incredible, and to this day i've been able to get it to do everything that i want it to do, and how i want it done...i've yet to run across a situation where i say i wish i could "blank" with this phone, and haven't been able to make it happen

and its not even jailbroken


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Posted June 25, 2011 - 10:22 PM

I gotta say though, a jailbroken iPhone 4 was a beast, still have love for that phone, too bad someone had to steal it from me. :cry:
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Posted June 25, 2011 - 10:24 PM

I gotta say though, a jailbroken iPhone 4 was a beast, still have love for that phone, too bad someone had to steal it from me. :cry:


Yea this 3GS I have for now is 100x better jailbroken.


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Posted June 26, 2011 - 05:09 PM

lol, jailbroken, rooted...same concept right?

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Posted June 28, 2011 - 11:48 AM

I absolutely love my iPhone 4. With that said, I would be very open to trying out some of the other top phones in the market (Droid Incredible, HTC Evo, et al). I think that people love to speak well of the phone that they currently use, although the iPhone is no doubt an awesome phone.




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