Linked by David Adams on Sun 31st Jul 2011 19:10 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Nielsen's latest smartphone numbers show Apple's iPhone by far the most popular device among mobile computing hardware, but Android in a strong lead as the most popular OS. But while it's great to have choices in hardware, it can certainly be maddening to have to choose, especially if you don't have the fortitude to keep up with what's new on the market. So, dear readers, for the benefit of those who might be in the market for an Android handset, which one is best?
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by antik on Sun 31st Jul 2011 20:34 UTC
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I got Samsung Galaxy S smartphone- it is really good piece of equipment. Only problem is piece of shit operating system Android. I have to reboot it weekly or else I can't hear and anyone can't hear me on call randomly. Mail client is a joke- no backup function or anything. I have important mails archived only on my phone and I can't just backup them- I have to create other account and then copy mail to other account folder. If I forward mail then it will arrive without original content. As former Nokia phone owner I am very dissapointed and I am not computer illiterate.

It feels just like Linux- full of unfinished, untested shit. Android 2.2 by the way.

YMMW no offence.

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