likes T-Mobile ⋅ 2/year cycle rate
⋅ 15.38% conservation
⋅ since 2008 •
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Aaron Peterson's timeline story
Used many phones in the past few months to find the one that "fit" for me. Not on this list is the fact that I used the Blackberry Z10 3 times and the Lumia 920 3 times before finally ending up with android again.
Aaron Peterson, 31.03.2014, 06:08
Short reviews of owned phones
A phone from 2011 that still holds its own.
Built like a tank, but feels good in hand. Fast.
Slow. Touchwiz does not do this device justice.
Quick. The OS bogs it down.
Beautiful phone. Overall amazing. Just no LTE on t-mobile.
Powerful, beautiful screen.
Trusty. Always works.
Best phone of its time.
Timeline insights were automatically generated from owner showcase and ratings of owned phones.
Aaron Peterson's most conserved brand is
with a total of T-Mobile 1 owned devices (8% of total phones), Aaron Peterson is still owning 1 of those phones
(100 % of total T-Mobile owned mobiles).
Aaron Peterson also like
by holding Samsung 3 Samsung devices in
Aaron Peterson still has
2 of a total of 13 owned mobiles representing 15.38% of total.
Aaron Peterson's first device was a
Motorola RAZR V3 owned in 2008. Aaron Peterson no longer holds his/her first phone.
Rate of change
By average, Aaron Peterson changes the cell phones
2 times per year (raw 2.17).
In time Aaron Peterson got mobile devices from the following brands:
(3), BlackBerry (2), Nokia (2), Motorola (2), T-Mobile (1), Sony (1), HTC (1), Apple (1).
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