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Comment: Re:Battery not removeable? No HTC One M8 for me. (Score 1) 674

by perryizgr8 (#47405335) Attached to: TSA Prohibits Taking Discharged Electronic Devices Onto Planes

the most successful smartphone (GS4) has a removable battery. The second most successful smartphone (GS3) has a removable battery. These were able to trump iphone due to small nitpicks like this only. MotoX is not selling at all. You are one of the few people who think less choice is good (in battery replacement).

Comment: Re:By mistake? (Score 1) 711

by perryizgr8 (#47170439) Attached to: Apple Says Many Users 'Bought an Android Phone By Mistake'

People went to buy a smartphone thinking they'd have the same apps/functions/etc as the iPhone if they bought any smartphone, then found that their Android phone didn't do/use the specific thing that all their friends on iPhones could do/use.

highly unlikely that you can find an android phone that does not at the least do something an iphone can. the other way round is likely, but not this.

Comment: Re:But was Google even trying? (Score 1) 154

by perryizgr8 (#47145187) Attached to: Google To Close Its American Moto X Factory

My wife just replaced her Samsung Galaxy with a google Nexus. Worlds of difference between her old galaxy S3 and the Nexus 5 in terms of performance. Plus there is a lack of "little" things that annoyed her on the Galaxy.

key word: old
of course if you compare a 3 year old phone with the latest money can buy, you are going to be impressed. compare the nexus 5 with the galaxy s5 and you will see:
- samsung has vastly better battery
- much faster
- better screen
- real buttons that dont eat up your pixels to display black
- much better camera/video
- much more storage
- small but useful features like ir blaster, heart rate sensor, temperature sensor, barometer, hygrometer, etc
- many useful software features (face tracking, gestures, multi window, file transfer using nfc+wifi etc)
- much better support (lg sux)
- need i go on?

please people, stop being stupid.

Nothing is impossible for the man who doesn't have to do it himself. -- A.H. Weiler