likes Samsung ⋅ 3/year cycle rate
⋅ 7.14% conservation
⋅ since 2011 •
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Short reviews of owned phones
Best decision I've ever made. AOSP, CM13, Android N, all the greatest ROMs on a massive 6" phone. Couldn't be happier with it.
Worst decision I ever made. Crap phone, with crap dev support and a crap ROM. Not to mention the crap battery life and crap back cover which got scratched even though it had a cover on since it came out of the box.
Only had it for 2 weeks, but it was the perfect phone. Great battery life and sturdy build. Really liked the aluminium body.
Lack of AOSP (when I had it) and the 1080p screen made me sell it.
Disappointment, I went out to buy a Note 4 and came back with this instead. 'Stupid' TouchWiz UI, lack of development and support for the Edge panel and it took forever to get used to it.
Similar to the original Xperia Z, very fragile body. Broke twice within 3 months.
Boring design, horrible build quality and awful camera.
However, as a phone, it was awesome. CM12.1 as a daily driver and Xposed mods installed. I almost didn't want to sell it.
Plastic build was a real drawback, other than that, I liked it.
Great performer, even when I had it, 2 years after its release.
Only downside was the poor battery life.
Brilliant phone with no flaws except the fragile body. Cracked the screen two months after buying it.
One of the best smartphone displays ever made. Great phone overall.
Great dev support, awesome ROMs, brilliant camera and fantastic build quality for a plastic Samsung phone.
Low RAM, low internal storage and poorly designed UI.
Worst phone I had ever used.
Decent phone for its time with somewhat acceptable dev support, I learned to root and flash custom ROMs with this phone. Played a major role in my interest of Android.
Utter piece of crap. Only 180 MB of internal storage, horrible screen, and no dev support.
Timeline insights were automatically generated from owner showcase and ratings of owned phones.
murtaza02's top choice is
with Samsung 4 likes from a total of 8 mobiles.
murtaza02's most conserved brand is
with a total of Motorola 1 owned devices (7% of total phones), murtaza02 is still owning 1 of those phones
(100 % of total Motorola owned mobiles).
murtaza02 still has
1 of a total of 14 owned mobiles representing 7.14% of total.
murtaza02's first device was a
Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 owned in 2011. murtaza02 no longer holds his/her first phone.
Rate of change
By average, murtaza02 changes the cell phones
3 times per year (raw 2.80).
In time murtaza02 got mobile devices from the following brands:
(8), Sony (3), LG (1), HTC (1), Motorola (1).
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