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Anyone thinking of jumping ship?

23rd October 2014, 03:30 PM |#111  
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I've had the nexus 5 for about a year now and it was everything I wanted in a phone, and the price unlocked was what made it the glorious savior that it is. I would even keep it for longer if it wasn't for the fact that the battery is terrible and continues to decline.

At this point in the game you would be hard pressed to say that any of the phones on the market are bad. All products have flaws and quirks.

The big thing bringing me over to the G3 is its expandable storage and removable battery, while being a top class device with all the latest and greatest features. I feel that android phones have developed to a point where these benefits have been pushed aside by form factor and style. The G3 has everything, including the ability to last beyond the life of other phones.

This, and the fact that starting a contract with a mobile carrier this year. Otherwise I'd probably just go with the OnePlus One.

I'm sad the nexus 6 is priced so high, or I would have gotten it instead
 
 
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I've had the nexus 5 for about a year now and it was everything I wanted in a phone, and the price unlocked was what made it the glorious savior that it is. I would even keep it for longer if it wasn't for the fact that the battery is terrible and continues to decline.

At this point in the game you would be hard pressed to say that any of the phones on the market are bad. All products have flaws and quirks.

The big thing bringing me over to the G3 is its expandable storage and removable battery, while being a top class device with all the latest and greatest features. I feel that android phones have developed to a point where these benefits have been pushed aside by form factor and style. The G3 has everything, including the ability to last beyond the life of other phones.

This, and the fact that starting a contract with a mobile carrier this year. Otherwise I'd probably just go with the OnePlus One.

I'm sad the nexus 6 is priced so high, or I would have gotten it instead

AFAIK, Nexus 6 will be available via contract through many carriers.
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23rd October 2014, 03:41 PM |#113  
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AFAIK, Nexus 6 will be available via contract through many carriers.

Cool news, but I don't think I can wait any longer. Especially with the specials they have on the G3 atm.
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