likes LG ⋅ 3/year cycle rate
⋅ 10.00% conservation
⋅ since 2011 •
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Beauenheim's timeline story
Ever since I got my Droid X, I became stuck with Android forever.
Beauenheim, 03.01.2015, 22:18
Short reviews of owned phones
After all of the trouble I went through, I had the 410 dollars I needed for a downpayment for this phone.
It is amazing, perfect for media consumption. I could see myself having this a lot longer than any other phone I've had.
I managed to exchange the F3 for an L90 for only 30 dollars. This device was neat, it had pretty good battery life, however it had a couple of dead pixels and couldn't get a GPS lock.
My mother sent me this phone after she upgraded, it was a huge upgrade from my dart, I was able to do things again!
Went to a Cell repair shop to get my hands on SOMETHING that could make a phone call or use a GPS. This device was truly garbage.
Sold my Nexus 5 to buy a Nexus 6, was using this until I could get my hands on it. However, I ended up buying one with a broken SIM port. Really threw off my plans and my money.
Hands down the second best experience I've had with a phone. It ran great, but it did have an issue with the microphones.
Switched from Cricket to T-Mobile, and used this until I could get my hands on the Nexus 5. It was great but I wasn't a fan of Windows phone.
Also I ended leaving it in my pants in the washing machine. It still worked but the sound didnt.
It was amazing. Flashed to Cricket, Unlocked Bootloader, 32gb!
My first Nexus of many.
I was able to run Ice Cream Sandwich for the first time! Cyanogenmod was bug free. This phone's hinges broke and the screen shattered as I dropped it from sliding the phone open.
My first smartphone, it was bought off of craigslist, beaten up.
It was awful to customize, it had poor Motorola software and a locked bootloader. Everything about it was mediocre at best. Sold this to buy an Epic 4g
Timeline insights were automatically generated from owner showcase and ratings of owned phones.
Beauenheim's top choice is
with LG 3 likes from a total of 3 mobiles.
In the bottom list of preference HTC takes first place with 1 negative dislikes.
Beauenheim's most conserved brand is
with a total of Motorola 2 owned devices (20% of total phones), Beauenheim is still owning 1 of those phones
(50 % of total Motorola owned mobiles).
Beauenheim still has
1 of a total of 10 owned mobiles representing 10.00% of total.
Beauenheim's first device was a
Motorola DROID X owned in 2011. Beauenheim no longer holds his/her first phone.
Rate of change
By average, Beauenheim changes the cell phones
3 times per year (raw 3.33).
In time Beauenheim got mobile devices from the following brands:
(3), Samsung (3), Motorola (2), Nokia (1), HTC (1).
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