likes T-Mobile ⋅ 1/year cycle rate
⋅ 50.00% conservation
⋅ since 2007 •
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Short reviews of owned phones
What a powerhouse. With a beautiful display, this phone is really the best on the market, especially with it's price. The battery and camera aren't perfect, but the software and build really make up for it.
Only served to hold me over from the time my GSIII died and the nexus 5 release. Great sale, didnt get enough time out of it.
Was my first really good smart phone, but only got me through 1.5 years before the power button died on me.
Wasn't quite as good as other high-end phones of the time, but it was great for a while. The rare reboots didn't bother me too much.
For it's time, it was such a powerhouse compared to anything i had used before. Of course, today it is as useful as a brick.
Held out like a champ, kept me going until i could get my first smart phone. Was great for music, otherwise nothing special for a feature phone.
Timeline insights were automatically generated from owner showcase and ratings of owned phones.
Gregory Petrillo's top choice is
with T-Mobile 2 likes from a total of 2 mobiles.
Gregory Petrillo's most conserved brand is
with a total of LG 2 owned devices (33% of total phones), Gregory Petrillo is still owning 2 of those phones
(100 % of total LG owned mobiles).
Gregory Petrillo still has
3 of a total of 6 owned mobiles representing 50.00% of total.
Gregory Petrillo's first device was a
Samsung T539 Beat owned in 2007. Gregory Petrillo no longer holds his/her first phone.
Rate of change
By average, Gregory Petrillo changes the cell phones
1 time per year (raw 1.00).
In time Gregory Petrillo got mobile devices from the following brands:
(2), Samsung (2), LG (2).
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