Ive been rocking a Nexus 6 (aka Shamu) for years, it was the only phone that was available when I jumped into GoogleFi and they sure picked a good one. It's treated me well, but after 6 years I can tell it's starting to show it's age. I'm looking at OnePlus line of phone now, hopefully don't have to make a purchase for awhile - but this is where I'm leaning towards.
Finally upgraded to an iPhone 11 from an iPhone 6. I quite amazed how responsive the phone is now; the upgrade is definitely worth the cost, as the iPhone 6 was painfully slow and outdated that the overall time to get through tasks were astronomical.
Btw, wow. Never knew what “live” pictures were until my girlfriend sent me it from her iPhone 8. Mind blowing stuff.
I saw something recently about Apple being sued for slowing down the iPhone 6. I think it's a class action.
@Susan L. wrote:
My current phone is LG-K30. Previous phone was Samsung. I didnt want to spend another $900+ on a phone tbat i knew i would drop every week. The LG cost a little over $100 and my data plan is $40 per month, includes 10 GB monthly data (more than enough for what i do) unlimited phone and texts, and takes good photos on Android v. 9.
If i drop it and damage too much, i'll get another phone. Even with protective cases a phone's internals can still get damaged. Samsung taught me that. The old Samsung is no good as a phone, but it is great for sitting on the kitchen counter streaming a movie or tv show while i cook.
@heather shops wrote:
I am looking for an automatic reply...such as if someone texts or calls I can click on a general reply like "I am busy now and will get back to you when I can." What is that called?
@Susan L. wrote:
Old phones also work well as kitchen timers.
I think gaming might use the most data especially with game updates. At least it does on the home wifi.