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I wish my cell phone was...

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50% faster
  2233 votes / 6%
50% cheaper
  5352 votes / 16%
50% smaller
  845 votes / 2%
50% bigger
  702 votes / 2%
50% lighter
  391 votes / 1%
50% more secure
  2927 votes / 8%
50% more battery efficient
  17137 votes / 52%
50% of the known universe
  2949 votes / 9%
32536 total votes.
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  • Don't complain about lack of options. You've got to pick a few when you do multiple choice. Those are the breaks.
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I wish my cell phone was...

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  • by Neuroelectronic (643221) on Wednesday November 27, 2013 @03:53PM (#45541725)

    Did a lot of research on the architecture of iPhone before I was willing to buy it. I don't see any other architecture going as far to reduce battery life, or provide a secure environment. I would like that the iPhone allowed the user more control over apps though, like being able to restrict individual app's access to certain resources.

    Until then, I'm ok with *taking* that power from the phone, through jailbreaking, but I'd rather that it was built in instead. Apple should allow those of us who are capable of making our own decisions about what software we run to do so.

  • ... just as it is. (Score:0, Interesting)

    by Anonymous Coward on Wednesday November 27, 2013 @03:56PM (#45541763)

    iPhone 5S.
    Best phone I ever had. Couldn't be better (using todays tech)-

  • by monk (1958) on Wednesday November 27, 2013 @08:44PM (#45544837) Homepage

    I'm holding out for a US deloyment of Firefox OS [wikipedia.org]

    You can buy an unlocked, GSM, ZTE Open Firefox OS phone for $80. I have one. Works fine with an H2O Wireless (cheap AT&T) sim. It's fun and an impressive first release. It handles calls, email, messaging and web browsing fine, but don't expect it to be a complete replacement for an Android phone yet. Still rough around the edges.

How many weeks are there in a light year?

 



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