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    Android or IPhone?

    This is a discussion on Android or IPhone? within the Everyday Life forums, part of the Community channel category; Originally Posted by NewsreadeR Well I finally decided. I got an iPhone for moi and the HTC Desire for the ...

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      Re: Android or IPhone?

      Quote Originally Posted by NewsreadeR View Post
      Well I finally decided.

      I got an iPhone for moi and the HTC Desire for the missus - So either way I can see which one I like best. But don't tell her.

      2 brand new phones for a little under the cost as to what we were paying before. Priceless. As well as getting out of the 18mth contract 3 months early.

      I hope your missus likes her iPhone


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      Re: Android or IPhone?

      bes thing to do is turn your blutooth off its a waste of battery life it drains it like rotten if you do that you should get a longer life

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      Re: Android or IPhone?

      Got the HTC Desire yesterday and today have been putting it through its paces and i must say i'm very impressed , used Google navigation today and it was spot on all the way only thing i didn't like about the navigation was the robot sounding female voice who mis pronounced places, apart from that very good phone and operating system.
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      Re: Android or IPhone?

      anyone seen the htc evo 4g think it runs on android not sure i quite fancy one of them as for the iphone 4g people are already getten bored of the apple and its apps lol says alot dont it.

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      Re: Android or IPhone?

      I think the Evo is just for the American market as here in the UK we have no real 4G coverage to speak of.
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      Re: Android or IPhone?

      well even if we dont have 4g we still have 3g lol

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      Re: Android or IPhone?

      If we dont have 4g coverage there wouldnt be much point in spending extra on a 4g phone!

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      Re: Android or IPhone?

      Quote Originally Posted by deadman1984 View Post
      well even if we dont have 4g we still have 3g lol

      Some of us do. In some parts of East Anglia, just getting a phone signal can be a challenge

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      Re: Android or IPhone?

      yes true but it depends on what network your on if your on 3 and t mobile then pitty on you lol

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      Re: Android or IPhone?

      You can't really say that - coverage on all networks varies from area to area. However, out here in the sticks, the only network you can currently get 3G on is Orange. Since T-Mobile and Orange have now merged, we will soon be seeing improvements in all areas, when the networks are merged.

     

     
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