likes HTC ⋅ 1/year cycle rate
⋅ 25.00% conservation
⋅ since 2007 •
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Short reviews of owned phones
Greatest phone ever used, will be even better when Android 'L' is finalised.
Fault less phone, unless you include lack of LTE, Longest I ever owned a phone and if it weren't for the free upgrade to the Nexus 5 would still be using it now.
Awesome device but screen lifted in one corner and cracked rendering useless.
best phone I owned until the Nexus 4.
Superb but hated roms being loaded over and over. went through 2 as they kept bricking.
brilliant little phone at the time.....
Not a bad phone but the WiFi never ever worked even with updates to try and cure it and even custom windows installations, nothing could fix the problem.
Alright but button strips on side always came un-stuck.
Timeline insights were automatically generated from owner showcase and ratings of owned phones.
steven's most conserved brand is
with a total of HTC 1 owned devices (13% of total phones), steven is still owning 1 of those phones
(100 % of total HTC owned mobiles).
steven also like
by holding LG 2 LG devices in
timeline (still has 1 of those) .
steven still has
2 of a total of 8 owned mobiles representing 25.00% of total.
steven's first device was a
Nokia 5310 XpressMusic owned in 2007. steven no longer holds his/her first phone.
Rate of change
By average, steven changes the cell phones
1 time per year (raw 1.14).
In time steven got mobile devices from the following brands:
(2), Samsung (2), Nokia (1), Acer (1), HTC (1), Asus (1).
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