let me start by saying that I love BB technology and have been a dedicated user for years. They are the only phones that will get good reception where I live and I have tried most reputable brands. BB is by far the best for me out in the country and several miles from he nearest towner with many wooded hills around me. I would add though that I wish they made a rugged type phone or at least a rugged case for those who need them. I have a neck issue that causes me to drop small items without warning, I have had this phone a few months and really dont like the slider design. I just dropped my phone last night on a sidewalk and now the camera and track button are not working properly. I will be returning this one now. I can say that I love the overstock protection plans because I have used them over the years and will continue to because they are well worth the money for someone like me regardless of the brand of phone. As for my replacement, it will be another BB (just a different style) and I will buy it here with a protection plan.
This might be the best phone I've every owned, and I don't even usually like LG phones. The dual cameras are gorgeous and it's easy to switch between the standard and wide angle lenses. With 64 gigs of space I don't even need an SD card. It's also nice having the LG theme store so I don't have to run a third party home launcher that uses a bunch of RAM. Oh and the button on the side? That's a battery door release button... Why did it take so long for that to become a thing? Yes, that means there IS a removable battery in this phone. Great job, LG! I'm really impressed.
Theres a bigger screen, faster processor, and a new version of Apples iOS software to power it. There are, on paper at least, no massive surprises and no radical changes to an admittedly winning formula. However, the key to the iPhone 5 is simple - attention to detail. Pick it up, and it just doesnt feel like a smartphone - but instead, uncannily like one of the very best made watches
These are not cheap phones but you get what you pay for. I came from an Xperia Z3V with Verizon. When it was time to upgrade, I looked and studied with the results being I liked Xperia Xzs enough that I took the leap to an unlocked phone and AT&T. It was a little scary, but there was no interruption in service. The specs and features on the phone are phenomenal. Xperia is the biggest seller in Europe where phones are unlocked. Here in US phones are tied to service. That's why Xperia may not have the most users in US but I can assure you, they are the most loyal.
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