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After being an Android user for four years by the time I upgrade, should I be able to switch to an iPhone. I have an Apple ID that I used briefly for an iPad Air. Currently, I do not own any functioning iOS devices. According to recent news, it looks like only internals of the new iPhone are going to be improvements. It is about time iPhones came with higher megapixel cameras and 4K video capabilities. I am not a fan of Apple, but willing to try out the newest iPhones when they get released later this year. Coming from a Nexus phone, I did not really have to worry about software updates. I do not own a Mac computer for those who are wondering.
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If you already have an Apple ID, then yes, it will seamlessly integrate with your new iPhone.
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Who is the second most successful Android smartphone vendor in the U.S. after Samsung? How does Motorola fare in the smartphone market? Is Motorola highly rated for their phones? Does the company make quality products?
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+Morgan Risch Could the Moto X 2015 receive a fingerprint scanner and USB Type-C support?
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I have had two Android phones (an HTC EVO 4G LTE and a Nexus 5) I have not have any major issues with either device. My Nexus 5 still feels like new after owning it for almost a year and a half. It has no bloatware at all despite being an LG phone. I turned off animations even though Lollipop has great ones. I am sure you can do this with other Android devices including some Galaxy's. Running Android 5.1.1, my phone feels very responsive with pure, stock Android.
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+teodoro springer The Nexus runs stock Android, it's plenty customizable as it is. I use my phone for a lot of things, but if I really cared about spending $300 to upgrade I would have the Nexus 5 by now. There's no good reason for me to upgrade at this point, the Nexus 4 does everything you'd need a phone to do any way more. 
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Are there any real benefits of owning a Samsung Galaxy device? I can understand why Samsung sells so many phones and tablets. They are very good at marketing. I personally like the UI of stock Android without the need to root. What Android skin other than MotoBlur and Xperia is very close to the stock Android look?
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+Abbas Ather​ one benefit could be split screen. But that's coming to android m.
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What is it like owning a Motorola phone? How is Motorola's customer service? I have heard about the Moto X 2015 coming to all four major U.S. carriers like the Nexus 6. I have only had one Motorola phone, but it was just a sliding feature phone (the Rizr Z3). I have also heard the Moto G 2015 would come to Sprint. However, I am more interested in this year's Moto X phone. I am well aware that these are two of the first Motorola phones to be released with Lenovo influence. #Motorola   #Sprint   #Lenovo  
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+Rob Kowalski the Camera app is part of the problem. There is a better version called Camera+ on the XDA developers forum. Apart from that it has been smooth sailing since 2013 with my 1st gen Moto G. It's been upgraded to KitKat and subsequently Lollipop so far. Never had any issues at all.
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What is a great first Samsung smartphone to get if I have never had one before? I absolutely do not want TouchWiz software that slows down the phone's performance and their updates. I am not interested in rooting or flashing ROMS. My upgrade date is early next year. Sprint is my carrier. I want a phone with at least a 1080p display. My current phone is a Nexus 5. What are my options?
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Get a galaxy s6 it's an excellent phone
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I know this video is about the Note 5, but I really hope LG's larger premium phone than the G4 becomes a reality. The G4 was meant to compete with the Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge. There has been talk about LG releasing a phone that stands above the G series. It could end being part of the G family or have a different monicker. I have heard the terms "LG G Pro 3", "LG G4 Note", and "LG G4 Pro". The company might also release a larger flagship phone with a stylus and a new premium one.
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It's great that all of the games mentioned in this video are also available for Android devices, even Agar.io and the Dude Perfect game. 
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Does a phone like the Moto X (2014), G (2014), or quite possibly the 2015 Moto models really need the latest processor and the most RAM possible to run smoothly? The phones' UI is very close to stock Android found on Nexus devices. Has Motorola been known for not really having the highest-end specs for their devices? #Motorola #Android #GoogleNexus  
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And we don't know why its taking them so long to push 5.1
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How do you think the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ will be? What type of people would really enjoy using an S6 Edge+?
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People who like big phone
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Is it possible that the upcoming Huawei Nexus phone could come to Sprint? The carrier is not known for having Huawei devices, but this is a Nexus phone I am talking about. I have a feeling the smaller Nexus phone could come to Sprint.
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Probably gonna get the LG version on sprint
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What phones are expected to receive USB Type-C ports when they get released later this year? I am very interested in this new charging and data sync technology for Android phones. USB Type-C also works very well for Android M.
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+Abbas Ather oh too bad.😓
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I am a junior at IUPUI. My favorite TV shows are That 70's show, Futurama, and The Simpsons. I enjoy working out to maintain fitness.
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